Mid-Year Reading Wrap Up

I figured as we’re halfway through the year, I would do a wrap-up of the things that I read. Especially as there were a lot of books that I managed to get through already. I don’t know if I’ll have quite the same amount read in the second half of the year, but you never know. When I get into a good book, I have a hard time putting it down.

Book Review: Dark Harmony by Laura Thalassa (The Bargainer Series, Book 3)

Dark Harmony by Laura Thalassa is the final book in the Bargainer Series, though there is a novella called The Emperor of Evening Stars which I do plan on reading after this. I don’t think I’ll write a post about it as I normally don’t when it comes to novellas. But there’s no way I’m not reading it. I want to see things from Desmond’s POV. I don’t know all of what’s going to be in the novella, but Desmond is such a romantic I need to read it at least once. But this post is not about the novella, I’m going to be sharing my thoughts on the final book of the series.


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Book Review: A Strange Hymn by Laura Thalassa (The Bargainer Series, Book 2)

Continuing on with The Bargainer Series by Laura Thalassa is A Strange Hymn. I immediately started this book after finishing Rhapsodic because I needed to know more. Is the Thief of Souls really gone? We know Karnon was the one behind it to some extent but the women didn’t wake up. Also, Callie now has wings, scales, and claws I’m very curious to see what’s going to become of those. Does their appearance unlock more power, or something else? I have so many questions… which is exactly why I dropped straight into A Strange Hymn to find out what happened next.

Book Review: Rhapsodic by Laura Thalassa (The Bargainer Series, Book 1)

The Bargainer Series by Laura Thalassa, I didn’t look or read the synopsis before reading the first book: Rhapsodic. The only thing I heard about it was it was good, spicy to some degree, and fantasy from BookTok (TikTok). And I was in the mood for all of those things. So, I plucked this one of my TBR and decided to give it a go.