Posts tagged Penguin Random House
The Girl in Red by Christina Henry

THE GIRL IN RED is a dark and twisty, post-apocalyptic retelling of "Little Red Riding Hood" featuring a fierce heroine who must make it to her grandmother's house. Set in a world of dangerous creatures—both animal and man, Red isn't as defenseless as she seems!

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Review of Phoenix Unbound by Grace Draven and a ‘Romantic Fantasy Starter Kit’ Giveaway

To help celebrate the release of the first book in Grace Draven’s Fallen Empire series I'm sharing with you Penguin Random House's exciting giveaway of a ‘Romantic Fantasy Starter Kit’ that also features other first-in-series romantic fantasy books (including books by Nalini Singh, Chloe Neill, Ilona Andrews, Anne Bishop, and Patricia Briggs)! Below you can read my review and find a link to the giveaway which runs September 3 — September 19. 

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Little Nothing by Marisa Silver

Sometimes you open a book, and it opens doorways…

Lush and haunting, Marisa Silver’s LITTLE NOTHING blends fairy tale and folklore into an adventurous story. It begins ordinarily enough, with the birth of a baby girl, yet becomes a tale of magic and transformation. Silver’s imaginative prose blurs the lines of reality, softening the story's jagged edges - creating a twilight realm of possibilities. A Grimm story just for adults with an unlikely protagonist whose heroine’s journey is unforgettable. 

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