Queen of Myth and Monsters (Adrian X Isolde, 2)
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The next book in the scorching, bingeable vampire fantasy series by USA Today and international bestselling author Scarlett St. Clair. Thank you so much to Bloom Books & Netgalley for providing an advanced copy of this. All thoughts and opinions are still my own.this sequel suffers terribly from second book syndrome, and yet, i never wanted to stop reading this? so im conflicted. Six roses. Six vials of blood. Six visits to a vampire who could be her salvation… or her damnation. Scarlett St. Clair’s Queen of Myth and Monsters is the second book in her Adrian x Isolde series. Unlike the first book, we get multiple points of view. I read the first book in this series over a year ago and remember really enjoying it. So I had high expectations for this book. As I share my thoughts, I’ll try not to give too many spoilers, but there may be a few (though I tried to be as vague as possible regarding the plot while still sharing my opinions on things). Synopsis
Isolde: “A woman who wants to sleep with my husband does not make her an enemy, Safira. It makes her annoying.” You are the daughter of witches, as all women are […] Magic is in our blood and bone; it is in the earth at our feet; it is in the very air we breathe.”
My Book Notes
Isolde, newly coronated queen, has finally found a king worthy of her in the vampire Adrian. But their love for each other has cost Isolde her father and her homeland. With two opposing goddesses playing mortals and vampires like chess pieces against one another, Isolde is uncertain who her allies are in the vampire stronghold of Revekka.