GraveTells November 2011 Book of the Month & Reviewer’s Choice Awards
After introducing the GraveTells Book of the Month award in September and the Reviewer’s Choice award in October, we have even more winners for your “must read ASAP” pile from November!
November 15, 2011
Release day: Lord of the Abyss (Royal House of Shadows #4) by Nalini Singh
Lord of the Abyss is innocently, darkly sexy, and is just as great a read on its own as it is as the final chapter in the smoldering, adventurous Royal House of Shadows series from Harlequin Nocturne. Lord of the Abyss is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
Need more convincing? See GT's advance review of Lord of the Abysshere!
November 10, 2011
ARC Review: Lord of the Abyss (Royal House of Shadows #4) by Nalini Singh
As the final chapter in the saga of Elden's royal house comes to a close, the bloody history of that terrible, fateful day twenty years ago is finally revealed, and the Heart of the Kingdom must make the most important decision of his life, for the lives of his long-forgotten family and the fate of the entire Kingdom of Elden hang in the balance. Lord of the Abyss is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
October 18, 2011
Release Day: Lord of the Wolfyn by Jessica Andersen
The third book in the uniquely enchanting new Royal House of Shadows series is a creative twist on Red Riding Hood...
Lord of the Wolfyn is the third of four novels in the enticing new Royal House of Shadows series from Harlequin Nocturne. Each book is written by a different author and is based on a different fairy tale, spotlighting one of the four siblings from the royal house of Elden. Lord of the Wolfyn features Dayn and Reda in a retelling of Red Riding Hood, with a touch of Sleeping Beauty influence.
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