Happily by Chauncey Rogers // entertaining and creative!

I highly enjoyed Happily. It was very entertaining and it kept me hooked. The author sent me an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review and that’s what I’ll be writing today! More excitingly, today, April 3rd, is the book’s publication day!

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Blurb:

If the shoe fits, wear it.
If it doesn’t, make it.
Laure is a teenage street urchin just trying to get away. Where the rest of the world sees an enchanting love story, Laure sees royal incompetence and an opportunity to exploit it. She’ll have wealth and a way out of a life she detests, if she can only manage to hoodwink the royal family and survive to tell the tale.
Genre: YA (MG-friendly) Fantasy/Fairy-Tale Retelling
This review is spoiler free.

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Wildcat by JP Harker // a very enjoyable novel with an impressive amount of research

Today I’ll be reviewing Wildcat by JP Harker! I recently finished it and I found it enjoyable. So without further ado, let’s just get started.

31943639Goodreads blurb:

Rhianwyn of the Caderyn is conflicted about giving up a warrior’s life to become a wife and mother, but her love for her new husband is enough to at least make her consider it. However, with the conquering Gaians moving ever closer to her homeland a peaceful life may no longer be an option, for Rhia or for any of her people. With rival tribes, old suitors, and the dangerous General Lepidus to contend with, Rhia soon finds her new family in unprecedented danger, and her choices now must be about more than just herself…

Wildcat takes place in a fantasy land inspired by Iron Age Britain and follows Rhianwyn’s story as she encounters a civilisation unlike any she could imagine, and is constantly forced to learn and adapt through trial after deadly trial.

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