Book Review: It Ends With Us (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 4) by Tess Barnett

Book Review: It Ends With Us (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 4) by Tess Barnett

A war is coming, so Julien, Noah, Trent, and Ciaran have decided to work with Julien's family, and having magical beings and hunters under the same roof is going about as well as expected. Noah and Julien work to stop demon possessions and portal openings while Trent and Ciaran go to help the fae fight the Alfar, and if they don't all succeed, they may not get their happily ever...
 
Quick Reviews: The Cruel Prince // The Wicked King // The Queen of Nothing // King of Elfhame

Quick Reviews: The Cruel Prince // The Wicked King // The Queen of Nothing // King of Elfhame

This time for my quick reviews I have the Folk of the Air series by Holly Black! (Minus The Lost Sisters, which will be in a separate post since it's a short story.) If you haven't heard of it, it's a YA series about a human raised in the fae realm. I know this is an unpopular opinion, but I wasn't a big fan. I was probably being a bit nice with my 3.5 star ratings, now that I think back on it,...
 
Book Review: Because You Needed Me (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 2) by Tess Barnett

Book Review: Because You Needed Me (Tales of the Tuath Dé Book 2) by Tess Barnett

Ciaran, dying from the soul-sucking spell, heads home to Tir na nOg with Trent in the hopes that his father can cure him, even though going home means facing danger and secrets he's kept from Trent. Julien and Noah are also looking for a cure, for Noah, and end up in Tir na nOg too, though it might not necessarily be the chance for a cure they hope it will...
 
Quick Reviews: The Serpent’s Coil, Forged in Magic, Ruby Run, Blood Ruby

Quick Reviews: The Serpent’s Coil, Forged in Magic, Ruby Run, Blood Ruby

For this post I have four books that combine the Old West, magic, and mlm romance. The books in this series are set in the same world but each one functions as a standalone about completely different characters, written by different authors. It helps to understand certain things if you read in order, but I think you could read these in any order without any real issue. They didn't blow me away,...