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Reviews Archives - ClaryNathanWill
  • ARC Reviews,  Reviews

    Giana Darling’s Serpentine Valentine ARC Review

    Thank you to Giana Darling and the team at Valentine PR for the advance reader copy of Serpentine Valentine. I have been excited about this book ever since Giana first teased it! All I have to tell you is that this is a dark academia, sapphic, Medusa retelling, that should be enough to get you to look at this twice. I loved this book, and even if you think it is not for you, trust me give it a try and get ready to be whisked away to Archeron University with Lex and Luna. From Wall Street Journal bestselling author Giana Darling comes a sapphic dark academia Medusa retelling about a…

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    Tate James’ Hate Review

    Thank you to Bloom Books and Raincoast Books for the Bloom re-release edition of Hate, the first book in the Madison Kate series. When Bloom announced they were picking this up I took it as the sign I was waiting for to dive into this series finally. I love a good why choose story every once in a while and I was ready to be whisked away into the world of Madison Kate and her boys. “Madison Kate Danvers was murdered tonight.” Those words changed my life, and not for the better. They were wrong, of course. I wasn’t dead. But I was set up. After being framed for a…

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    K. Webster’s The Heart of Smoke ARC Review

    Thank you to K. Webster and her team for the advance reader copy of The Heart of Smoke, the third Shameful Secret story. I love a little hit of taboo from K. Webster and this series delivers both a steamy romance and a bit of a surreal emotional experience. The time the Park family is delivering an M/M romance with Jude falling for his therapist Tate. I am a K. Webster review team member, but I remain honest and genuine in my reviews. He’s a mysterious recluse with an unhealthy obsession with his therapist.He doesn’t want help… He just wants him. Love is for those who deserve it. I certainly don’t.…

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    Jay Crownover’s Wayward Son ARC Review

    Thank you to Jay Crownover and her team for the advance reader copy of Wayward Son, the fourth and final story in The Forever Marked series. It is bittersweet to be saying a final goodbye (again) to the Marked Men/Saints of Denver/Forever Marked world. I read Rule nearly eight years ago now and it was a book I read very early on in my romance discovery era so I am forever grateful for it being one of the books that made me the reader I am today. So I have adored these second-generation stories, rich with nuance for both old and new characters alike. I am a Jay Crownover review team…

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    Katee Robert’s Midnight Ruin ARC Review

    Thank you to Katee Robert, Sourcebooks Casablanca, and Raincoast for the advance reader copy of Midnight Ruin, the sixth book in the Dark Olympus series. I am nothing if not consistent, and I consistently love Katee Robert’s throuple novels so damn much. Midnight Ruin is phenomenal, I’ve read it twice through before writing this review. If you have not started this series yet I beg you to start with Neon Gods and let yourself be taken away on this rollercoaster of fast-paced political intrigue and toe-curlingly good romance. I am a Katee Robert review team member, but I remain honest and genuine in my reviews. Eurydice Dimitriou has always been the…

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    Sienna Snow’s Own ARC Review

    Thank you to Sienna Snow and the team at Dangerous Press for the advance reader copy of Own, the third and final story in the Violent Delights trilogy. I enjoyed the first book of this series, Claim had such an interesting presence and characters. Then when I read Defy I was a bit worried about the direction this trilogy is going. I am super happy to see that the story has been turned around. I will always have a soft spot for the first instalment, but nonetheless, I enjoyed this trilogy overall. I am a Dangerous Press review team member, but I remain honest and genuine in my reviews. Damon Pierce…

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    Chloe Walsh’s Keeping 13 Review

    Thank you to Chloe Walsh, Bloom, and Raincoast for the new Bloom edition of Keeping 13, the second book in the Boys of Tommen series. Did I dive into Keeping 13 basically one minute after finishing Binding 13, yup I definitely did! What a cliffhanger, maybe one of the most brutal I have read this year. This book wrecked me even harder than Binding 13, it had me bawling my eyes out. Falling in love was the easy part. What comes next is the test. Johnny Kavanagh’s first, last, and only true love has always been rugby…until now. Following a devastating injury that has left him stripped of his beloved…

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    Sophie Lark’s Broken Vow Review

    Thank you to Sophie Lark, Bloom Books, and Raincoast for the copy of the new Bloom Books edition of Broken Vow, the fifth story in the Brutal Birthright series. Broken Vow is officially my second favourite in this series, so far! If you love either mafia romance or cowboy romance, this one is both! He’ll protect her…whether she likes it or not. Riona Griffin is gorgeous, intelligent, and iron-willed. My perfect woman, except she hates my guts. She thinks she doesn’t need anybody. But she needs me. She’s being hunted by an assassin who never misses his mark. I’m going to stay by her side, day and night, keeping her safe.…

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    Devney Perry’s Sable Peak ARC Review

    Thank you to Devney Perry and her team for the advance reader copy of Sable Peak, the final book in The Edens series. It is bittersweet to see The Edens come to an end. I have been such a fan of Devney’s for a long time, and this series just raised the bar. Indigo Ridge remains not just one of my favourite Devney Perry books but one of my favourite romance novels I have ever read. This was a perfect send-off to the world and the family that we love along with a beautiful story for characters I have been excited to see depicted for a while. I am a…

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    Elsie Silver’s Reckless Review

    Thank you to Elsie Silver, Bloom, NetGalley, and Raincoast for the Bloom re-release edition of Reckless. We have reached the moment of my Chestnut Springs re-read that I have been waiting for! I was so excited to revisit the instalment that was my favourite the first time through. Of course, it remains so on my second, in which I just let myself read this in one sitting on Sunday morning and it is just so damn perfect. He’s scorching-hot trouble wrapped up in a drool-worthy package. And he’s looking at her like she might be his next meal. Theo Silva. Rowdy bull rider. Notorious ladies’ man. Winter Hamilton knows exactly what…

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