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For those who have not yet read the first 7 chapters of The Earl’s Bad Wife, I suggest you do so before reading this post as it contains spoilers up to Chapter 7.
So on to the discussion!
Why would supernatural beings bother to pretend being part of the “normal” human population when they have abilities that could easily overpower a large group of people?
It’s usually one or a mixture of the following factors:
Chapter 7 It had been a wedding, but — it’s so shocking
Let’s welcome the Year of the Dog with recommendations of books about or (at least) mention dogs. The following show how much the author really loves dogs. And why people keep calling them “Man’s Best Friend”
Read any trilogy series and tell me if the below observation isn’t true:
The following titles are recommendations to readers who want a frightened “AHHHH!!!” added with a heartwarming “AWWWWWWW”
A word of warning that dark and/or brutal scenes abound in the following books. But also expect moments of tenderness and love that only serve to highlight both aspects of the story. Because let’s face it, how can you truly appreciate works that may (or may not) kill off characters if you don’t even care about the characters?
And how exactly do you realize the depth of love you have for the fictional characters of a story if you don’t have a sinking feeling that they might be lost or hurt beyond repair?
Chapter 6 Direct confrontation with Erich Von Weimar!
Chapter 5 Direct Confrontation with Keira Von Weigand?
Chapter 4 The young lady who stands off against a formidable enemy
For anyone who’s seen the The Last Jedi and is heavily invested in the Reylo ship, try these titles out and see if you like it.
What do the following have in common with Reylo?
Warning: some spoilers abound