#1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts

What’s #1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts?

Last week’s #1 Blood Trial is still topping the Teen & Young Adult Paranormal & Urban Fantasy chart this week (check out last week’s feature here). Congratulations, Blood Trial!

So, as usual when this happens, we’re going to take a look at a book a few ranks down. Actually, the top 2 haven’t moved at all this week, so they might still be up there for a nice, solid run of several weeks. I have to say  Blood Trial looks good enough to make a good go of it.

This week, we have another academy book featuring vampires, fae and various different shifters, including dragon shifters (yay!). This book is actually a sequel to Dark Fae which was featured a few weeks ago (check out that feature here).



“There’s more to my brother’s murder than I realised…

Shadows in the halls, mysteries lurking around every corner.

Whoever killed him is covering their tracks well.

And now I’m walking a dangerous line between getting close to the four kings for information and wanting to crawl deeper under their skin for my own desires.

I can’t trust anyone.

I can’t let my guard down.

And I must keep the urges of my body separate from my heart.

But I’m starting to break all of my own rules.

I just hope I’m not falling for my brother’s killer.

* * *

The mystery continues and it seems as though the main protagonist is still trying to figure out who killed her brother. Suspense!

I haven’t actually gotten round to buying the first book in this series yet but it looks as though it’s a pretty popular series. The blurb for Savage Fae doesn’t give much away unlike Dark Fae which gave us a lot of info so it’s hard to say what’s going on in this book. I guess if we’ve read the first one, we should know, right?

Anyway, if you’ve read Dark Fae and want to have a crack at its sequel, here’s the Amazon link. If you’d like to check out Dark Fae first, here’s the feature we did for it.

Thanks for reading!

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