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A Discovery Of Witches (The All Souls Trilogy Book 1) by Deborah Harkness Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 
Well, I've just reread my favourite book EVER for probably the TENTH time, baring in mind that it's over 600 pages! The book's called A Discovery Of Witches and it's by Deborah Harkness. 
This is an ADULT book because some of the situations are bloody and brutal. 
It's my favourite book because I love romance, as you know if you've read my previous reviews. I love the characters, especially Diana and Matthew. Diana, a witch doesn't practice magic because of her parents' deaths. She's scared that if she uses magic, she'll die just like her parents. Matthew, a vampire is a scientist but when he meets Diana he becomes someone with a purpose. 
Spoilers below...
We start with Diana in the Bodlian Library, Oxford, England. She's a historian and is reading manuscripts when the novel starts.  She asks to view a certain manuscript called Ashmole 782. This manuscript is mysterious and what the novel is really based on. The charac…

Complete Me (Royals Saga Book 7) by Geneva Lee Review

Hi ForeverBookers, I've just finished Complete Me and it was great! I enjoyed how we got to see all three of the already established couples here, instead of the book just focusing on one as the previous trilogies in the series did. 
NOTE: Royals is an ADULT series with sexual themes in! 
SPOILERS if you haven't read the other Royals' books. 
We see from King Alexanders point of view instead of one of the girls' in Complete Me. This was an interesting choice of the author's, I thought. I don't normally like it when a female author writes from a male POV or when a male author writes from a female POV but this was okay. That may have been because of the 3rd person parts as they kind of broke the story up. 
Smith and Belle were my favourite couple from the series so far, I think so I was pleased that their story continued here, along with Clara and Alexander's. In Royals' books 3-6 we see Belle meet Smith and fall in love. We see them want to fight for th…

The Forest Of Adventures (The Knight Trilogy #1) by Katie M John

Hi ForeverBookers, 
I have a new book to add to my list of favourites! The Forest Of Adventures is a great book if you love romance, adventure and history/fantasy as it has all of those elements. 
This book is mature in some aspects so I'd say only age 16+ readers should read it. It doesn't get graphic but sex is still brought up. 
We see from Mina's perspective throughout so the main girl in this story, who's seventeen years old. She's at college when she sits next to a boy, Blake Beldevier. He's a very charmingly mysterious guy. Mina is already in a relationship with Sam. A guy she's known from years before this book starts but she's attracted to Blake. When Sam sees Mina walking with Blake one afternoon at college, he gets angry and has a car crash. The rest of the book centres around this accident and Mina's relationship with Blake as well as other characters, her mother for instance who has always wanted Mina to marry Sam when she's old en…

The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty Review.

Hi ForeverBookers, a belated Happy New Year to you all! I hope you all had a great Christmas as well. The Fifth Letter was my first read of 2017, and I enjoyed it. It wasn't all that I thought it would be but it still held my attention.

I got The Fifth Letter as a NetGalley arc so thank you to NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read it.


The Fifth Letter is published on January 24th 2017 but it's is very much an ADULT read! It's is about 4 girls, Joni, Deb, Trina and Eden who were friends at school. They go away to a house for a get together trip in their 30's. The main part of the story is set while the girls are in their 30's. One of them has the idea for them each to write a secret - something they've never told anyone else before but it's kept confidential. Then each one of the girls will read a random secret, and try to work out who it belongs to.

It's  set in Australia, which is a little different as most books I read are set in the USA/th…
A belated Happy New Year to you all! I hope you all had a great Christmas as well. 
The Fifth Letter was my first read of 2017, and I enjoyed it. It wasn't all that I thought it would be but it still held my attention.
The Fifth Letter is published on January 24th 2017 but it's is very much an ADULT read! It's is about 4 girls, Joni, Deb, Trina and Eden who were friends at school. They go away to a house for a get together trip in their 30's. The main part of the story is set while the girls are in their 30's. One of them has the idea for them each to write a secret - something they've never told anyone else before but it's kept confidential. Then each one of the girls will read a random secret, and try to work out who it belongs to. 
Spoilers below...
There's a FIFTH letter (what the book is titled) as one of the girls writes two letters. This fifth letter is noticed by Joni, so we know it's not hers straight away. The book is kind of a contempora…