Genre: Historical

Chain of Gold Review: The Book I’ve Been Waiting 4 Years For

Chain of Gold Review: The Book I’ve Been Waiting 4 Years For

This review may contain spoilers for other books in the Shadowhunter Chronicles, especially The Infernal Devices. Chain of Gold is the book I have been waiting years for. The Infernal Devices was the first Shadowhunters trilogy that I read and it remains my favourite to date. In fact, it absolutely still is one of my favourite series of all time. I […]

March 20, 2020 | 2 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 5 stars, Books, Reviews
The Lady Rogue Review: What Kind Of Secrets Can We Find, Dashing Through Romania?

The Lady Rogue Review: What Kind Of Secrets Can We Find, Dashing Through Romania?

Fun, fascinated, and a fan of adventure: all words to describe the Lady Rogue of this book, Theodora. She’s the daughter of the first woman archaeologist to graduate from a university in Romania, as well as the grand, larger-than-life explorer, Richard Fox. Told between alternating journal entries from Fox’s travel journal and Theodora’s first person […]

September 20, 2019 | 6 Comments
Serpent & Dove Review: A Witch & Hunter, Brought Together By (Un)Holy Matrimony

Serpent & Dove Review: A Witch & Hunter, Brought Together By (Un)Holy Matrimony

Serpent & Dove sends readers into a historical, fantastical France setting where the triumphant Chasseurs protect the people from the flames of witchcraft, while the witches are hunted and sworn to secrecy. This book ended up being darker than I expected, but I ultimately REALLY enjoyed the atmosphere and world that Mahurin created. Being a […]

September 10, 2019 | 6 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in ARC Reviews, Books, Reviews
BLOG TOUR: The French Photographer

BLOG TOUR: The French Photographer

I love historical fiction, particularly WWII historical fiction, so I couldn’t pass up on The French Photographer. I’ve seen Natasha Lester’s books around but this is the first one I’ve ever read. And I have to say that it was absolutely amazing. The French Photographer is written from dual timelines that alternate throughout the book. It follows […]

April 19, 2019 | 0 Comments
The Gilded Wolves Review: Artifact Hunting in Historical Paris

The Gilded Wolves Review: Artifact Hunting in Historical Paris

It’s been a while since I’ve picked up a book that completely met my fancy, and I adored everything about The Gilded Wolves! From the lush 1880’s Parisian setting, to the problem solving for ancient artifacts, and the stunning cast of characters – each with special talents, I absolutedly adored it. The book features a dastardly gang […]

February 6, 2019 | 8 Comments