A Taste of Gold and Iron | Betwixt the Books Review | Queer Fantasy Books

Wherein Michaela and I review a book we had ARCs of and were meant to talk about at least two weeks ago but Michaela was once again stricken with plague and it all went to hell. Might be a little late, but it is still here and for that we can rejoice.

Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews | ARC Review | Fantasy Romance

I really love this series, but the finale had some struggles. I think I focused on those more than the good because it was easier to talk about, but don’t let that dissuade you from checking this series out! This was trying to wrap up a lot from a complicated story and had a lot to handle.


Is this the spiciest thing I’ve read in 2022? | Series Review

Guys. Guys. This series is SUCH a rollercoaster and I can’t wait to tell you about it. It does go into spoilers about halfway through, but I’ll warn you in the video when that happens. I just had so much to talk about, I couldn’t avoid it. Let’s get going!

London Steampunk Mega-10-Book-Review

This is probably more books than should have been in one review, but these two five-book series by Bec McMaster are connected and ALSO my review is based on how they relate to each other. (Hint: the first series is okay, the second is SUCH an improvement.) Sorry, this is so long, but here we go!

Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson Joint Review | Betwixt the Books

Wherein we discuss our Second Chance book from last year and why it was the perfect choice for this challenge. We may have a difference of opinion when it comes to the ending … and there is a bit of a joke towards the end that we hope makes you smile!