I swear, sometimes being sick is just what you need to take the time and read this one book you’ve been dying to read for ages. And that’s just the case with True North.
I can’t be happier with how this one turned out, and it’s just one more evidence to the brilliant that is Tamsen Parker and the Compass series.
How I hated Slade when reading Personal Geography, the 1st Compass installment. What I now know as crass and sloppiness came through as just plain violence and complete disregard to the BDSM base rules, and he wasn’t nice to India.
But after reading Uncharted Territory and semi “liking” Hunter, I didn’t doubt Tamsen Parker for one second and knew she’d make me fall absolutely and madly in love with Slade.
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This one slayed me, guys. Absolutely decimated my feelings. I think it’s the ‘back home from war’ thing that’s strumming the heart so well. Plus, Serena Bells’ writing. OMG!
The perfect teaser gif for what I felt throughout most of the read…
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I read the first book in the Daughters of La Lune series and felt it a must to read the following installment.
And so, when approached to review this one, I immediately accepted. On this opportunity I’d like to thank InkSlingerPR, the publisher and the author for the review copy.
This one is centered around Sandrine’s daughter, Opaline. She is a young woman on the cusp of WWI ending, running away from her parents when they’re about to ship her off to America, only to end up in Paris close to her grand-grandmother, working as a jeweler with a rare gift.Read More »