Divine Rivals: The stunning YA romance fantasy Sunday Times number 1 bestseller: Book 1 (Letters of Enchantment)
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But she was reconsidering now as her tea went cold. If he wrote an article about missing soldiers, she might be inclined to read it. Iris stared at the pile, remembering her first day of work three months ago. How Roman Kitt had been the last to shake her hand and introduce himself, approaching her with a hard-set mouth and cold, keen eyes. As if he were measuring how much of a threat she was to him and his position at the Gazette. I’d like to try this book and see if I like it as much as it seems *everyone* else does. I’ve read 3 books (2 from one series and 1 from another) by this author now and have yet to be like completely obsessed. But I really want to love her work. I have nothing I necessarily *dislike* about it, I just haven’t been like “omg new favorite!” Haha! I hope this is the one to do that for me!
DIVINE RIVALS | Rebecca Ross
Thank you so much to the Publisher for sending me an advanced readers copy in exchange for an honest review of this. I am so blown away by Rebecca Ross' storytelling that anything she writes just leaves me speechless and Divine Rivals is no different. Although i do think this book is my favorite by far. Reading about Iris and Roman left me speechless and i kept wanting to shake each of them as they spoke to each other and i found myself wishing i had a physical arc of this so i can annotate it properly. Ross has crafted a tale that hooks its readers with whip-smart intrigue, and holds them fast with dazzling prose, a charming cast, and a world where mystique shimmers just beneath the surface. Hers is a brilliant blend of whimsy and heart.” —Ayana Gray, New York Times bestselling author of Beasts of Prey
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Letters of Enchantment Series by Rebecca Ross - Goodreads
By the time Iris was almost done for the day, she felt heavy from the obituaries. She always wondered what had caused the deaths, and although that information was never included, she imagined people would be more inclined to read the eulogies if it was. You are not alone. Strong themes of courage, friendship, integrity, and keeping your promises -- as a foundation for everything that matters in life and love. Also don't postpone what's important to you: "I don't want to wake up when I'm seventy-four only to realize I haven't lived." "It is never wise to offend a musician. And choose your lovers wisely."Ross has crafted a tale that hooks its readers with whip-smart intrigue, and holds them fast with dazzling prose, a charming cast, and a world where mystique shimmers just beneath the surface. Hers is a brilliant blend of whimsy and heart.” ― Ayana Gray, New York Timesbestselling author of Beasts of Prey The story takes place in a fantasy world, but old-school newspaper work makes up a lot of the action, and there's a lot of still-relevant information about the process of putting stories (true or false) together, publishing them, and their ripple effects -- planned and otherwise. Every sentence reflects a love for words. Both Roman and Iris love the sound, the meaning, the clever use, and the hidden secrets of words, all of which helps define their characters and their world. In Emily Wilde’s Encyclopaedia of Faeries Emily and Wendell’s relationship follows the same patterns as the one with Roman Kitt and Iris in Divine Rivals.