It’s been a while since that first recommendation, and I thought that maybe it was time for me to push another book on you all. We’re switching genres; from historical to fantasy, and if you did not see my first recommendation, you can do so here.
Here we go:
Living between worlds has never been comfortable, but it’s where I’ve always fit: between human and fey, illness and health, magic and reality.
I’ve spent the last six years looking for a cure for the nameless sickness eating me up. If I believed there was one out there, I would keep searching. But there isn’t, so I’ve come back home, where my past and present tangle. Come home to live . . . and to die.
But my father insists I meet Kin. He’s a healer, and determined to help, even though I’m not so hopeful anymore. But Kin isn’t what I expected, in any way. He sees me, not my illness. He reminds me of what it’s like to be alive. And I can’t help falling for him, even though I know it isn’t fair to either of us.
Kin thinks he has the cure I’ve been looking for, but it’s a cure that will change everything: me, my life, my heart. If I refuse, I could lose Kin. But if I take it, I might lose myself.
*Full disclosure first: Eli is my friend, and I love her like crazy, but I’m sure I would have adored this book even if I hadn’t known her before reading it.*
If you feel like picking up a book with gorgeous writing: pick this one up.
If you feel like picking up a book with a great worldbuilding: pick this one up.
If you feel like picking up a book with amazing and relatable characters: pick this one up.
Do you see a pattern here? You should pick this book up if you want all of those things, but also if you want to feel the chemistry between the characters and read a story that will stay with you for a long time.
Release date is next Monday (February 13th), so make sure you give this one a go for me, since I would love to read this one again for the first time. And as always, if you don’t like it, you can always blame me 😉