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Top Ten Recent Great Reads I Didn’t Review #3

Top Ten Recent Great Reads I Didn’t Review #3

Today’s TTT is about quotes, and I’m never very good at that prompt, so I’m going off topic with another post about books I haven’t reviewed. These are some of the books I’ve read in the past couple of months that were four/five star reads, but I don’t think I’ve had a chance to properly rave about.

The Hellion’s Waltz (Feminine Pursuits #3) by Olivia Waite

The Shadow of Kyoshi (The Kyoshi Novels #2) by F.C. Yee & Michael Dante DiMartino

Witness for the Dead by Katherine Addison

Window on the Square by Phyllis A Whitney

Maskerade (Discworld, #18; Witches #5) by Terry Pratchett

Wildwood Dancing (Wildwood #1) by Juliet Marillier

The Imposter Queen (The Imposter Queen #1) by Sarah Fine

The Wolf Den (Wolf Den Trilogy #1) by Elodie Harper

Brethren (Raised By Wolves Book #1) W.A. Hoffman

Half Sick of Shadows by Laura Sebastian

18 thoughts on “Top Ten Recent Great Reads I Didn’t Review #3”

  1. Ooh, I forgot I had The Imposter Queen on my TBR and I do remember reading Fine’s other books and (obviously) enjoying them but I cannot remember what they were now… πŸ˜… Glad to hear you enjoyed that one though!

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    1. πŸ˜‚ I have another series of hers on my shelf too. A Cinderella retelling, I think? I’ve got a good feeling about her books, but I need to read more.

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    1. Maskerade’s probably not the best place to start, but it’s not the worst either. It’s one of the more straight-forward parody/retelling stories in the series, and I do love any of the book focusing on the witches.

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    1. Not a problem! It’s best if you’ve read the first book I think, but not absolutely necessary. This one he’s more of a police procedural element rather than royal politics.

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