As a huge fan of The Butterfly Garden, I went in with the highest of expectations and looking for that thrill and the haunting feeling the previous one so successfully provided.
I expected to love this, I wanted it to be bloody and full of court drama and mystery – kinda hard to achieve when you’ve killed everyone though.
It kept me reading till the end.
I actually enjoyed the story very much and didn’t put it down at all. There’s an element that prevents you from stopping, the story moves fast and it keeps you hooked till the last page.
“We can be beautifully flawed together.”
Lorenzo is here!
A Veil of Vines is a book you will read on a quiet Sunday morning; there’s a lot of wine and I loved the details behind the making of it, there’s a lot of family drama and family secrets and a love that is described as epic but tried too hard to convince me of it.
It was a nice book to get us back into Twitch and make us miss him even more.
Keepsake is the kind of book that you read in a warm day, a book that keeps you company and makes you feel nice afterwards despite the few dark elements of the story.
I enjoyed the book like you enjoy a highly anticipated novel that lets you down, you want to read it and find some answers, overlook the weak points and find something good in the story.