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Fiction Friday: Book Review- Rebel Faerie (Creepy Hollow, #9) by Rachel Morgan

Rebel Faerie (Creepy Hollow, #9)Rebel Faerie by Rachel Morgan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received an ebook copy of this book in return for an honest review.
Emerson teams up with Calla to help her parents and Dash. Problem is, no one knows where the Guild has taken the Griffin Rebels or what is happening to them. Meanwhile Emerson is struggling with having such immense power but not being able to save her loved ones.
This was a really fast, action-packed read and I enjoyed it immensely. The darker side of the Guild is finally revealed to Creepy Hollow and this time the Guild isn’t bothering to cover their ways.
I loved seeing favourite characters from previous books in the series. I was more than a little heart-sore since this is the conclusion of the Creepy Hollow series. We’re never going to see these characters again! This book was incredibly well-written and the character development was amazing. The series ended beautifully (why did it have to end though? I love this series!) and it was great seeing the characters finally get their happy endings. This is a great read for anyone who enjoys fantasy fiction.

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Fiction Friday: #ASeriesAMonth2018 

first heard about #ASeriesAMonth2018 on Instagram. Immediately I thought “Omg what a great idea! I have to be part of this!”

#ASeriesAMonth2018 would also be a great way to trim my TBR bookshelf since all I can see on it are series (does no one write stand alones anymore?)
Honestly I’m really skeptical that I’m going to be able to finish these books but I’d love to try it out. Here are the series I’ve chosen for #ASeriesAMonth2018:

  1. Guardians of Summerfield by Melissa Delport
  2. The Legacy trilogy by Melissa Delport
  3. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
  4. Star-Crossed by Josephine Angelini
  5. Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas
  6. Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr
  7. The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
  8. Blue Bloods by Melissa De la Cruz
  9. Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige
  10. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
  11. Vamps by Nancy A. Collins
  12. Evermore by Alyson Noël

Fiction Friday: Book Review- A Faerie’s Curse (Creepy Hollow #6) by Rachel Morgan

A Faerie's Curse (Creepy Hollow, #6)A Faerie’s Curse by Rachel  Morgan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I didn’t really want to finish this book because this is the end of Calla’s part of the Creepy Hollow series. At the same time I couldn’t stop reading it. The ending was so dramatic in the previous book that I desperately needed to know what was going to happen.Calla is working on a plan to break Chase out of his mother’s childhood home. Meanwhile the Guild still thinks she and Lord Draven are evil and need to be stopped. Her family is under scrutiny and things just seem to be going from bad to worse.Rachel Morgan did not hold back at all on this novel. I cried so much because how is it possible that one girl could have such bad luck?I found the ending a bit incomplete but I’m betting it’s just going to make the next part of the Creepy Hollow series even more intriguing. This book was romantic and sad, heartbreaking and well-written. I loved seeing Violet and Ryn as more fleshed-out characters and I can’t wait to see what else happens in this world. Creepy Hollow is a great series but as time goes on the Creepy Hollow world seems to get darker and darker which makes for a highly enjoyable read.

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