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Cait’s ARC Review of “Obsidian Horizon” by Heather Renee and Lela Grayce

By: Cait Marie *I received Beta and ARC copies of this book from the authors for my honest review.* Obsidian Horizon is the third and final book in the Blood of the Sea trilogy, so this review will contain spoilers for the first two books. You can find my review for book one here and… Continue reading Cait’s ARC Review of “Obsidian Horizon” by Heather Renee and Lela Grayce

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Cait Marie’s Review of “Pale Horizon” by Heather Renee and Lela Grayce

By: Cait Marie *I received a copy of this book from the authors for my honest review. Pale Horizon is the second book in the Blood of the Sea trilogy. Therefore, there will be spoilers for the first book, Crimson Horizon, in this review. You can find my review of book one here. In the… Continue reading Cait Marie’s Review of “Pale Horizon” by Heather Renee and Lela Grayce

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Cait’s Review of “Crimson Horizon” by Lela Grayce and Heather Renee

By: Cait Marie *I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review. Set in 1586, Lavinia has grown up with her aunt and uncle after the tragic loss of her parents. To save their farm, she is betrothed to the wealthy and powerful Pierce Ambrose. She doesn't want this marriage,… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “Crimson Horizon” by Lela Grayce and Heather Renee

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Cait’s Review of “These Rebel Waves” by Sara Raasch

By: Cait Marie Guess what… another pirate book! I told you it was a common theme lately. And this was another great one. These Rebel Waves follows three main characters. Adeluna (Lu), who grew up as a child rebel and spy. Benat (Ben), the crown prince who happens to be a heretic in their very… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “These Rebel Waves” by Sara Raasch

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Cait’s Review of “A Touch of Gold” by Annie Sullivan

By: Cait Marie (Forgive any misspellings of names. I listened to the audiobook and am going off the spellings from Goodreads reviews.) A Touch of Gold is definitely one of my favorite books of the year so far. I absolutely loved it! It is a retelling of the King Midas story, which I didn’t know… Continue reading Cait’s Review of “A Touch of Gold” by Annie Sullivan