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Indie-Mas Day 3: Wicked

Indie-Mas is my annual recap of all the great independently-published books I read in the previous year. I like to take this time to share the love–both by helping promote great indie books and giving them away! So without further ado…

On the third day of Indie-Mas, my author gave to me:

A feisty woman who can raise the dead
My favorite kind of love triangle


A New Orleans-based Fantasy with a Snarky Fairy

Misleading, as you guys probably know this author. More and more of them trad-pubbed folks are taking the leap into the indie world, and that’s how Jennifer Armentrout published her Wicked trilogy. Now I’ve broken my rule and read the first before the second and third were pubbed, but I’m really glad I did. This book had a lot of what I loved about yesterday’s book, but also a few extra things that made it stand out.

Tink, for one, was a fun addition. He’s a brownie, a small fairy who uses Ivy’s Amazon Prime membership to buy himself things. I also was pleasantly happy to see female masturbation featured–hey, we all do it. Let’s see more of it. This is definitely a steamy read, and the chemistry between Ivy and Ren was really well done.

I’m excited to see where the final book in the trilogy goes.

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    My favorite romance this year was the incredible surprise, Reliquary by Sarah Fine

  • Elizabeth Fiedler

    The only romance I read this year was the Madion Trilogy. 🙂

  • Probably It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover. <3

  • No doubt my favorite romance novel I’ve read this year was SIMON vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

  • Gaby Navarro

    Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry.

  • Leah Hess

    I’m not usually too big on Romance, but I read & really enjoyed Beautiful Disaster By: Jamie McGuire. It actually taught me a lesson- not to pass a book up just because I don’t think I like the genre. It’s like music, and all things really: there are the good & the bad in every type of everything, but you have to open your mind & give them all a chance before you can make that distinction!.

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