⛄Merry Blogmas 2021! My Pick For This Year’s Best Fantasy Goes to: Gods & Monsters (Serpent & Dove Book 3) by Shelby Mahurin!⛄


Hey y’all… Happy Monday!⛄

This my fourth(?) year participating in Blogmas which is basically a countdown of my personal favorite reads of the year! I’m following the promts of one of my favorite blogger buddies: Sophie @Beware of the Reader who is a fab blogger and bookstagrammer so go check out her blog!😎

If you want to join the fun, here are the different daily topics. You can of course post only once or twice or as many time as you’d like! Use the hashtag #Blogmas2021 AND comment/leave your url on my daily post that you have posted tooif you want me to give your posts some love. That way I shouldn’t miss them!



So I really debated about this one. I’ve been reading a lot of fantasy lately, more so than usual and there’s a TON of awesome books out there, it was so hard to decide! Ultimately, I wanted to share the love with as many of my faves as possible and I’m trying not to have too many repeats…we’ll see how that works out! 

My pick for this year’s Best Fantasy goes to:

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Gods & Monsters (Serpent & Dove Book 3)

Evil always seeks a foothold. We must not give it one.

The electrifying conclusion to the New York Times and Indiebound bestselling Serpent & Dove trilogy is perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas and Kendare Blake.

Lou has spent her whole life running. Now, after a crushing blow from Morgane, the time has come to go home—and claim what is rightfully hers.

But this is no longer the Lou her friends knew. No longer the Lou who captured a chasseur’s heart. A darkness has settled over her, and this time it will take more than love to drive it out.

From Serpent & Dove to Blood & Honey and concluding with Gods & Monsters, Shelby Mahurin’s stunning fantasy trilogy delivers thrills and romance.


“Fear was inevitable. We all made our choices, and we all suffered our consequences. We all felt fear. The trick was learning to live with that fear, to continue forward in spite of it.”

“Dreams are never dreams, Mademoiselle Célie. They are our deepest wishes and darkest secrets made true, whispered only under cloak of night. In them, we are free to know ourselves.”

I’ll admit that this was not my favorite SERIES since book 2 didn’t rate as high as this one, however, I felt like this last book in the series was a good redemption and worth a mention! Do you agree or disagree? Have a wonderful day y’all and Merry Blogmas!💜



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