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Two Twisted Crowns by Rachel Gillig

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Best Fantasy Romance

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In the dark, spellbinding sequel to One Dark Window, Two Twisted Crowns, Elspeth must confront the weight of her actions as she and Ravyn embark on a perilous quest to save the kingdom—perfect for readers of Hannah Whitten’s For the Wolf and Alexis Henderson’s The Year of the Witching.

Gripped by a tyrant king and in the thrall of dark magic, the kingdom is in peril. Elspeth and Ravyn have gathered most of the twelve Providence Cards, but the last—and most important—one remains to be found: the Twin Alders. If they’re going to find the card before Solstice and set free the kingdom, they will need to journey through the dangerous mist-cloaked forest. The only one who can lead them through is the monster that shares Elspeth’s head: the Nightmare.

And he’s not eager to share any longer.

The Review

Hello reader!

Okay, let’s get to this review, because Two Twisted Crowns is still consuming my thoughts and I’m completely okay with that.

In this second installment, we start off where we left off after One Dark Window. We follow a few main characters, Ravyn, Elsbeth/Nightmare, and Elm. I LOVE having all of these POV’s especially Elm! I was so excited that Gillig gave Elm so much page time, and continued to develop his character and expand on his story. After everything that happened in book one, I wanted to wrap him in a warm hug and needed for him to have his happily ever after.

Romance readers will eat up Gillig’s romance fantasy, while wondering, at every turn of the page, will Ravyn and Elsbeth/Nightmare be able to save the kingdom of Blunder?

As the story unfurls, like wood-smoke in the kindling of a new fire, the story is filled with yearning, dread, and uncertainty. Readers will be anxious to know if everyone will survive, as they undergo the journey into the wood to find the final Providence Card: the Twin Alders.

With unseen twists and turns, Gillig will have readers on the edge of their seat as the pages turn, until you’re at the very end, wondering what will Gillig write next.

Definitely pre-order this one! (Link below)

Happy Reading ~ Cece

RATING: ink blotink blotink blotink blot – Exceptionally Inked

publication details

Pub DateISBNPage CountPublisherAge GroupSource & FormatReview Posted Online
17-Oct-23978-0316312714480OrbitAdultNetGalley, Digital ARCSeptember 25, 2023

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