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May New Book Releases I'm Dying to Read!

Hmm.... Not that many at all. What are you waiting for, ladies and gents?

Time Travel YA Audiobook Review: Future Shock by ELizabeth Briggs

Future Shock by Elizabeth Briggs (Future Shock #1)

audio copy courtesy of Audible Studios

Synopsis from Goodreads
What do you do when the future is too late, and the present is counting down to an inevitable moment?

Elena Martinez has street smarts, the ability for perfect recall, and a deadline: if she doesn’t find a job before she turns eighteen, she’ll be homeless. But then she gets an unexpected offer from Aether Corporation, the powerful Los Angeles tech giant. Along with four other recruits—Adam, Chris, Trent, and Zoe—Elena is being sent on a secret mission to bring back data from the future. All they have to do is get Aether the information they need, and the five of them will be set for life. It’s an offer Elena can’t refuse.

But something goes wrong when the time travelers arrive in the future. And they are forced to break the only rule they were given—not to look into their own fates. Now they have twenty-four hours to get back to the present and find a way to stop a seemingly inevitable future—and a murder—from happening. But changing the timeline has deadly consequences too. Who can Elena trust as she fights to save her life?

The first book in an unforgettable series about rewriting your destiny in the city of dreams.

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 Really good read/listen, ladies and gentlemen.

Elena has an eidetic memory, no job prospects because no one wants to hire young inexperienced Mexicans even to a sh*tty restaurant, and only two months before she is forced to the streets from her foster home.  And all she wants is a decent future. A university degree, a job as a social worker, that sort of thing... Then comes an offer she can't refuse - a ridiculous amount of money for one day of work in a confidential, super secret project in a powerful corporation.

Historical Romance Review: Her Every Wish by Courtney Milan

Her Every Wish by Courtney Milan (The Worth Saga #1.5)

Egalley thanks to Victory Editing

Synopsis from Goodreads
Crash has never let the circumstances of his birth, or his lack of a last name, bother him. His associations may be unsavory, but money, friends, and infamy open far more interesting doors than respect ever could. His sole regret? Once lovely, sweet Daisy Whitlaw learned the truth about how he made his fortune, she cut him off.

Daisy’s father is dead, her mother is in ill health, and her available funds have dwindled to a memory. When the local parish announces a Christmas charity bequest to help young people start a trade, it’s her last chance. So what if the grants are intended for men? If she’s good enough, she might bluff her way into a future.

When Crash offers to show her how to swagger with confidence, she knows he is up to no good. But with her life in the balance, she’s desperate enough to risk the one thing she hasn’t yet lost: her heart.

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 Impossibly cute and totally adorable! I love how very unconventional Milan historical romances are. Here the main heroes are both working class, they are young, very hard-working, both rising above desperate circumstances in a unique way. 

The Postman Knock #153

Another great week for getting books but not for reading them. I have been really slow! The goats are doing well, the weather is finally turning to glorious sunshine which means LOTS OF WORK. We are getting super busy...
My blogaversary is coming up in May, but I doubt I'll be able to whip up anything exciting. Sorry for that in advance. How was your week?


HER EVERY WISH was lovely. And I really enjoyed FUTURE SHOCK. 1984 was a DNF for many reasons, but I'm glad I finally had a chance to listen to it.


Thanks to the publishers! Really looking forward to these!

This is it for me, peeps. Have a fab week!

Friday Mini Reviews #69: Roni Loren, J.D. Robb & Jenny Hale

Off The Clock by Roni Loren (Pleasure Principle #1)


Synopsis from Goodreads

Overtime has never felt so good…

Marin Rush loves studying sex. Doing it? That’s another story. In the research lab, Marin’s lack of practical knowledge didn’t matter, but now that she’s landed a job at The Grove, a high-end, experimental sex therapy institute, she can’t ignore the fact that the person most in need of sexual healing may be her.

Dr. Donovan West, her new hotshot colleague, couldn’t agree more. Donovan knows that Marin’s clients are going to eat her alive unless she gets some hands-on experience. And if she fails at the job, he can say goodbye to a promotion, so he assigns her a list of R-rated tasks to prepare her for the wild clientele of The Grove’s X-wing.

But some of those tasks are built for two, and when he finds Marin searching for a candidate to help her check off her list, Donovan decides there’s only one man for the job—him. As long as they keep their erotic, off-the-clock activities strictly confidential and without strings, no one will get fired—or worse, get attached…

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 Absolutely fabulous book! Clever, full of steamy attraction and at times heart-breaking. Honestly, Roni Loren is a very talented author who writes beautifully and whose characters are impossible not to love. It's not simple or easy. Nothing is clear cut, but there is a  deep feeling of satisfaction in the end, plus so many interesting characters... Highly recommended!
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Шикарнейшая книга! Умная, полная пламенного влечения, и время от времени трогательная. Если честно, Рони Лорен - очень талантливый автор, который пишет красивую прозу с характерами, которых невозможно не полюбить. Здесь нет ничего простого и прямолинейного, однако читатель закрывает книгу с глубоким чувством удовлетворения. Очень советую!

Divided in Death by J.D. Robb (In Death #18)


Synopsis from Goodreads

Reva Ewing, a former member of the Secret Service and a security specialist for Roarke Enterprises, is a prime suspect in a double homicide. She had every reason to want to kill her husband, the renowned artist Blair Bissel. Not only was he having an affair, he was having it with her best friend.

But Lieutenant Eve Dallas, who's on the case, believes Reva is innocent. Eve's instincts tell her that the murder scene looks too perfectly staged, the apparent answers too obvious. And when she digs for more, she discovers that at nearly the exact time a kitchen knife was jammed into the victim's ribs, the passcode to his art studio was changed - and all of the data on his computer deliberately corrupted.

To Roarke, it's the computer attack that poses the real threat. Signs show that this is the nightmare his company has secretly been preparing for. He and Reva have been under a code-red government contract to develop a program that would shield against a new breed of hackers, the Doomsday Group. These techno-terrorists with brilliant minds and plenty of financial backing hack into systems, steal data, and corrupt computer units on a large scale - and kill anyone who gets too close.

Eve and Roarke must infiltrate an extraordinarily secretive government agency to expose the corruption at its core, before the virus spreads from one office to a corporation to the entire country.
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Really strong book! There are two main plotlines, and the one with Roarke struggling with some major decisions is the one I loved the most. Also, all governments suck and for the greater good is a horrendous concept. Just saying. Fantastic read, as usual!
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 Очень сильная книга! Здесь две важные сюжетные линии: само расследование, и Роарк, борющийся со сложными решениями и яростью из-за бессилия изменить что-то в прошлом Ив. Вот именно она резанула меня по сердцу. Классная история, как обычно у Норы Робертс.

Coming Home for Christmas by Jenny Hale


Synopsis from Goodreads

Christmas is a time for family - isn't it?

Allie Richfield loves Christmas, so when she lands a job as House Manager for the amazing Ashford Estate—which includes organizing the Marley family festivities—she is in her element. With a budget bigger than her life savings and a team of staff, how hard can it be?

As one-by-one she meets the Marleys, she’s about to find out…

Allie’s new boss, Robert, might be gorgeous, but he’s also colder than the snow outside and refuses to come home for Christmas. Robert’s playboy brother, Kip, flirts with her relentlessly; and his sister, Sloane, arrives home with baggage—both the divorce-kind and the Louis Vuitton kind. Their ninety-two year old grandmother, Pippa, spends her day grumbling at everybody from her mobility scooter.

With Robert intending to sell Ashford, it’s the Marley’s last chance to create some happy memories in their family home—and Allie is determined to make it happen… even if it takes a little Christmas magic! With the festive spirit in full swing, she might even discover a little happiness of her own…
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Yuck. This is a case of one truly insufferable goody-two-shoes heroine, whom I wanted to smack repeatedly during the course of the narration. She basically barges in as a hired help and starts bossing the whole family around without knowing anything about their situation. I think it was supposed to be adorable, but I found her infuriating. Read at your own peril.
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Пипец просто, а не героиня! Указывающая всем как жить, в то же время не знающая ничего об обстоятельствах семьи, с которой она работает... Мне просто хотелось вмазать Алли по лицу. И всё это по идее должно было заставить читателя умиляться и желать героине счастья, однако кроме раздражения она у меня ничего не вызывала. Читать на свой страх и риск.

Urban Fantasy Review: Darkness Wanes by Susan Illene

Darkness Wanes by Susan Illene (The Sensor #6)

Ecopy thanks to the author

Synopsis from Goodreads
Book Six of the Sensor Series—final installment.

Melena Sanders is locked away in Purgatory, which is no vacation, but she’ll soon be returning to Alaska where troubles are mounting once again. Suspicious fires are breaking out, supernaturals are being attacked, and there’s an enemy lurking out there waiting for his chance to strike. Her lover, Lucas, is managing to hold their home together during her absence, but he’s more than ready for her to return. It will take the two of them working together, along with friends and family, to overcome the darkness that is about to unleash. 

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This was a nice book, at times sweet and at times full of hardcore action. As an end to the series it tied up everything nicely.  

Contemporary Romance Review: The Player and The Pixie by L.H. Cosway & Penny Reid

The Player and The Pixie by L.H. Cosway & Penny Reid (Rugby #2)

Ecopy thanks to the authors

Synopsis from Goodreads
How can someone so smokin’ hot be so bad in bed? I mean, Sean Cassidy is absolute rubbish. RUBBISH. He is the epitome of walking, talking false advertising and I want a refund! Plus he’s an arsehole. So… what is wrong with me that I can’t stop thinking about him?


Lucy Fitzpatrick doesn’t like rugby.

As the little sister of Ireland’s most infamous rugby player, Lucy can’t seem to escape the championship-sized shadow cast by her big brother, or her mother’s frequent attempts to micromanage her future. Her rainbow hair is as free-spirited as her quest for inner peace, yet overbearing expectations keep bringing her down. And when she’s down, her compulsive little problem lands her in seriously big trouble.


Sean Cassidy is a cold-hearted brute… or so he’s been told. Frequently. By everyone.
His blonde locks, baby blues, and rock hard bod make ladies the world over drool with desire. As the rugby world’s second most infamous player, he should be basking in his success. But Sean has never been content settling for second place, and his frequent confrontations with Lucy’s big brother leave him cold. And when he’s cold, his compulsive little problem lands him in the lap of Lucy Fitzpatrick.


Sean has a problem only Lucy can solve. Lucy has a problem only Sean can fix. The solution seems obvious: you scratch my back, and I’ll bail you out of jail. But when their business arrangement unexpectedly leaves Sean scorching hot and Lucy on the precipice of inner peace, can they convince the world—and Lucy’s big brother in particular—that this is the real deal?

Either way, both the Player and the Pixie are about to teach each other some pretty monumental lessons about family, life, but most importantly, love.

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 It's my second book by collaboration of L.H. Cosway and Penny Reid, and I have to admit that me and them as a team don't gel that well. I love Penny Reid on her own to bits. Everything she writes feels really organic to me, and while I can still see her particular brand of humor here, it's the sexual part of the relationship I found too awkward. (And I do know it was intentional.)

The Postman Knock #152

Hey, peeps!
We are under a heavy rain all week, so mostly it's been quiet on the farm, as our outdoor activities are limited. But then THIS happened on Tuesday...  Go on, you want to click that! In the video the baby goats are 3 days old. The boy is a bit more fragile than the girl, so I crocheted him a coat :)

We didn't know the goat sneakily got pregnant, so we didn't expect any babies. Then she disappeared one morning, and Alex found her with the babies already born. What a surprise...

READ/LISTENED TO in the last 2 weeks:

RADIANCE was a DNF unfortunately. I found it almost impossible to listen on audio. Bad format. MINE TO POSSESS was meh. More nipple than plot. DAUGHTERS OF RUIN and BROTHERHOOD OF THE WHEEL have been reviewed already. DARKNESS WANES and THE PLAYER AND THE PIXIE will be reviewed next week, and ME BEFORE YOU was adorable as you all know by now. I can't wait to see the film!


Thank you, Grace, the publishers and Audible Studios!


I've been trying to finish reading the books I'm currently reading, but between crocheting and binge watching subtitled The Empress of China on YouTube I haven't had much time :)

BTW, The Empress of China is amazing! The costumes are to die for, and I'm completely digging the plot and the main characters.

Happy Sunday! 

Friday Mini Reviews #68: Jean Johnson, Tamsen Parker & J.D. Robb

The V'Dan by Jean Johnson (The First Salik War #2)


Synopsis from Goodreads
A thrilling new perspective of the world created in the explosive, national bestselling Theirs Not to Reason Why series. It’s two hundred years earlier—the age of the First Salik War. And the battle against humanity has been engaged.

The V’Dan always believed they were the chosen race, destined to make a mark on the galaxy. For the last few centuries, they interacted peacefully with other sentient species—save for the Salik. Cold, amphibious, and vicious, the Salik were set on one goal: to conquer every race within their grasp.

Now that the Salik’s ruthless war has begun, the fate of the galaxy is in the hands of two strange companions: Li’eth, a prince under siege and his rescuer, Jacaranda MacKenzie. A beautiful ambassador from the Motherworld, Jackie possesses more than the holy powers of a goddess. She brings a secret weapon—a strange, wondrous, and dangerous new technology that could be her and Li’eth’s last and only hope to save their people from extinction...
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Basically reiteration is the bane of this whole book, and anything worth happening happens in the last 10% of it. This writing style of going through of what is being said over and over again drove me up the wall. Which is why it took me that long to read it. Disappointed. However, I'll still read Blockade as I like Li'eth. *sigh* I've got a headache now.
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 В общем, повторение, пересказ и пережёвывание одних и тех же деталей и речей - проклятье этой книги. Всё, ради чего стоит читать, происходит в последние 10% романа. Остальное заставляло меня лезть на стенку. Разочарована, однако Блокаду читать буду, так как Ли'Ет мне нравится. Всё, у меня от этой книги голова болит.

Craving Flight by Tamsen Parker (Bound by Ink)

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Synopsis from Goodreads

Tzipporah Berger is thirty-seven and single, which is practically unheard of in the Orthodox Jewish community she now calls home. Her increasing religiosity and need for kink may have broken up her first marriage, but she’s decided it’s time to try again. And the rabbi’s wife has just the man in mind.

Elan Klein is the neighborhood butcher whose intimidating size and gruff manner hint at a deliciously forceful personality. But BDSM isn’t exactly something you discuss during an Orthodox courtship. Will a marriage to Elan solidify her place in the community that she loves and provide the domination and pain Tzipporah craves or will she forever have to rely on flights of fancy to satisfy her needs?

Craving Flight is a novella written for the Goodreads BDSM Group's Bring Out Your Kink writing event. Members provided a photo and letter to inspire writers to create an original story and writers picked the prompt that spoke to them most. It will be available exclusively to BDSM Group Members on September 7th and to the general public on September 21st. And best of all? It will be free! Join the BDSM group now to see the prompt that inspired the story (prompt 16)!
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Really a fantastic new erotic romance author for me. This novella had a fairytalish quality to me, it was beautifully written and touching. Go try it for yourself, it's free on Amazon. As soon as I finish with my current urgent reads I'm buying Personal Geography from this author. There was a snippet of it in the end of Craving Flight, and I am dying to know more. Very much recommended!
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 Прямо-таки прекрасный  новый автор эротического романа для меня. Эта повесть передаёт волшебную и трогательную атмосферу двух очень скромных, скованных строгими религиозными рамками людей, которые в то же время внутренне раскованы. Попробуйте эту повесть сами, она бесплатно загружается с Амазона. Я после неё перечитала ещё 2 книги этого автора, так как она пишет очень захватывающе. Рекомендую!

Remember When by J.D. Robb (In Death #17.5)


Synopsis from Goodreads
Laine Tavish is an ordinary woman living an ordinary life in the small town of Angel's Gap, Maryland, as the proprietor of Remember When, an antique treasures and gift shop. At least, that's what everyone in Angel's Gap thinks. They have no idea that she used to be Elaine O'Hara, daughter of the notorious con man Big Jack O'Hara. Or that she grew up moving from place to place, one step ahead of the law . . .
Laine's past has just caught up with her, though-in a very dramatic way. Her long-lost uncle suddenly turned up in her shop, leaving only a cryptic warning before dying in the street, run down by a car. Soon afterward, her home is ransacked. Now it's up to Laine, and a sexy stranger named Max Gannon, to find out who's chasing her, and why.
The answer lies in a hidden fortune-a fortune that will change not only Laine's life but also the lives of future generations. And danger and death will surround that fortune for years to come. Until New York City detective Lieutenant Eve Dallas gets on the case.
A thrill-ride of a novel that blends present-day romance and futuristic suspense, "Remember When" is a tale of deceit and secrets, of strong women and fascinating men-a brilliant combination of the incomparable talents of the two sides of Nora Roberts.
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I'm kind of split between the first half which was a bit long and dull-ish but with a kick butt heroine in our  present time, and second part with Eve, which was super short in comparison (or seemed short to me?). The villain was a total weasel of the type I really can not stand, but the ending was very satisfying and sweet.
It was an okay read.
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Я в общем-то разрываюсь в оценке между первой частью повести, которая была скучноватой, но с крутой героиней, которая сама себя спасает, и второй частью с Ив, которая оказалась в сравнение с первой частью довольно короткой (или может мне так показалось из-за того, что первая часть тянулась долго?). Злодей в этой книге  - противнй подлизун, которому все должны. Короче, таких я просто ненавижу! Но зато концовка очень даже удовлетворительная. Нормальная повесть, но у Норы Робертс книги обычно получше.

Urban Fantasy Audiobook Review: The Brotherhood of The Wheel by R.S. Belcher

The Brotherhood of The Wheel by R.S. Belcher 

audiocopy courtesy of Audible Studios

Synopsis from Goodreads
A unique new urban fantasy by the author of The Six-Gun Tarot, exploring the haunted byways and truck stops of the U.S. Interstate Highway System.

In 1119 A.D., a group of nine crusaders became known as the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon--a militant monastic order charged with protecting pilgrims and caravans traveling on the roads to and from the Holy Land. In time, the Knights Templar would grow in power and, ultimately, be laid low. But a small offshoot of the Templars endure and have returned to the order's original mission: to defend the roads of the world and guard those who travel on them.

Theirs is a secret line of knights: truckers, bikers, taxi hacks, state troopers, bus drivers, RV gypsies--any of the folks who live and work on the asphalt arteries of America. They call themselves the Brotherhood of the Wheel.

Jimmy Aussapile is one such knight. He's driving a big rig down South when a promise to a ghostly hitchhiker sets him on a quest to find out the terrible truth behind a string of children gone missing all across the country. The road leads him to Lovina Hewitt, a skeptical Louisiana State Police investigator working the same case and, eventually, to a forgotten town that's not on any map--and to the secret behind the eerie Black-Eyed Kids said to prowl the highways.

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  What an awesome, gritty urban fantasy, peeps! 

R.S. Belcher is an unknown to me author, but I remember that Six-Gun Tarot did get really good reviews from the blogs I trust, so I decided to give this book a go. In many ways it's UF at its purest: hard-driven, packed with elements of horror and really rich on details. God, at some point it reminded me of Buffy so much!

Historical Fiction Early Review: Masks and Shadows by Stephanie Burgis

Masks and Shadows by Stephanie Burgis

Egalley thanks to Pyr

Synopsis from Goodreads
The year is 1779, and Carlo Morelli, the most renowned castrato singer in Europe, has been invited as an honored guest to Eszterháza Palace. With Carlo in Prince Nikolaus Esterházy's carriage, ride a Prussian spy and one of the most notorious alchemists in the Habsburg Empire. Already at Eszterháza is Charlotte von Steinbeck, the very proper sister of Prince Nikolaus's mistress. Charlotte has retreated to the countryside to mourn her husband's death. Now, she must overcome the ingrained rules of her society in order to uncover the dangerous secrets lurking within the palace's golden walls. Music, magic, and blackmail mingle in a plot to assassinate the Habsburg Emperor and Empress--a plot that can only be stopped if Carlo and Charlotte can see through the masks worn by everyone they meet. 

Release date: April 12, 2016.

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 It was such a breezy, captivating read! It's no secret that I love fiction connected to art - music, dance, singing, drawing, you name it. There is just something magical, irresistible in it for me.

A Love Letter to Masks and Shadows, A Guest post from Stephanie Burgis

Karina: I was reading my ARC of Masks and Shadows and absolutely loving each moment. It reminded me of my teenage self greedily reading Consuelo by George Sand which is similarly immersed into the world of music and secret societies of the 18th century, so I begged Stephanie to write a guest post describing what made her start writing Masks and Shadows. Thank you so much for coming over here, Stephanie, and welcome! 


I was working on my very, very serious PhD thesis (about opera and politics in late-eighteenth-century Vienna and Eszterháza) when I stumbled unexpectedly across the spark for my first adult novel:

Why did the Freemasons Visit Hell?”

It was the chapter title in a scholarly book about Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute, and yes, it was a deliberately provocative title…but it was also written about real rites performed by secret societies in Mozart’s Vienna, where they – symbolically – did indeed visit Hell.

And of course, as I read about those rites – because I was an f/sf fan long before I was a graduate student! - I immediately wondered: What if it wasn’t just symbolic?

Vienna was chock-full of secret societies in the 1770s and 1780s. Mozart was a member of the Freemasons, but there were a number of other underground societies as well, serving everyone from bored (and, at times, extremely dangerous) aristocrats to upwardly mobile middle-class status-seekers.

It was also a hub of alchemy – and not just the kind we look back on as proto-science. Nowadays, we can feel pretty confident, as we look back on the salons and held in upper-class Viennese drawing rooms, that the alchemists who summoned elementals and more for eager audiences were in fact con-men. But again, as I read about those alchemical performances, I thought: What if…?

 Joseph Haydn

Meanwhile, I was also studying the opera house at the isolated Hungarian palace of Eszterháza, where Joseph Haydn was the Kapellmeister, Prince Nikolaus Esterházy ruled with absolute authority…and the Prince’s own wife was forced to live in the shadows of their palace while Prince Nikolaus’s much-younger mistress served as his official hostess and companion. It was a situation ripe with emotional drama.

And when I began to read about the fiery legal and religious debates held in different European countries all across the century, as people fought over the question of whether the superstar castrato singers (who, of course, could not sire children) ought to be allowed to marry…debates which showcased many of the same arguments that were hauled out yet again in the debate over gay marriage in the 21st century…

Well. It all came together like the different musical themes of a wildly romantic opera! (My very favorite kind.)

I never did end up finishing that PhD thesis. But I hope you guys enjoy the novel that emerged instead! :)

The year is 1779, and Carlo Morelli, the most renowned castrato singer in Europe, has been invited as an honored guest to Eszterháza Palace. With Carlo in Prince Nikolaus Esterházy's carriage, ride a Prussian spy and one of the most notorious alchemists in the Habsburg Empire. Already at Eszterháza is Charlotte von Steinbeck, the very proper sister of Prince Nikolaus's mistress. Charlotte has retreated to the countryside to mourn her husband's death. Now, she must overcome the ingrained rules of her society in order to uncover the dangerous secrets lurking within the palace's golden walls. Music, magic, and blackmail mingle in a plot to assassinate the Habsburg Emperor and Empress--a plot that can only be stopped if Carlo and Charlotte can see through the masks worn by everyone they meet.

Guys, I loved this book and will be posting my review very soon, so totally recommend it!

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