Every so often in a reader’s life we find that author. That author who writes a book we fall in love with.
I’ve definitely found that new author to put on my Top 10 Authors shelf and all her books are now on my to-be-read pile. Reading every single book Kat Ross has ever written is now a life goal.
I’ve already reviewed two of her books: The Daemoniac (check out the review here) and The Thirteenth Gate (check out the review here) and I’m super eager to get stuck into the rest of the Gaslamp Gothic Series. So here’s where I’m going to start!
A creature out of folklore. And nightmare.
January 1889. When a Romanian village suffers a series of brutal attacks, occult investigator Anne Lawrence is dispatched to the forests of the Old Country to hunt the killer – only to vanish without a trace.
The trail leads her mentor Vivienne Cumberland deep into the Carpathians to a remote monastery. As a blizzard rages outside, trapping them all with the pricolici, Vivienne risks sharing the fate of the woman she came to find. But is the culprit truly a werewolf … or something even more dangerous?
A man bent on revenge. And a love that was never meant to be.
Imprisoned in a decaying castle, Anne finds herself ensnared in a web of dark enchantment, at the mercy of a mysterious captor with a beast inside – and a memory as old as the ancient legends.
As the weeks pass, Anne learns his real identity, and slowly uncovers a complex and deeply passionate man. But is she willing to pay the price for falling under his spell?”
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This series has thrown me for six a little bit because while this is the third book in the series, it’s also a standalone. But I’ve read enough of Kat Ross’ books to feel pretty confident that it’s still awesome.
After looking at all the series she has written so far, I’m actually quite surprised at how few reviews she has. These books are ridiculously well written, the covers are awesome and half her books are free, while the other half are 99c/99p! How is this lady not getting more attention?
That’s basically a trilogy for 99c/99p, even though there are more books in the series! (Yay!)
Anyway, I can’t wait to get to this one when I finally get to it on my list!
Thanks for reading!