Blood & Honey
Books | Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Wizards & Witches
The stakes are higher. The witches are deadlier. And the romance is red-hot. The eagerly anticipated sequel to the New York Times and Indiebound bestseller Serpent & Dove is perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas and is an instant New York Times bestseller!Lou, Reid, Coco, and Ansel are on the run from coven, kingdom, and church—fugitives with nowhere to hide.To survive, they need allies. Strong ones. But as Lou becomes increasingly desperate to save those she loves, she turns to a darker side of magic that may cost Reid the one thing he can’t bear to lose. Bound to her always, his vows were clear: where Lou goes, he will go; and where she stays, he will stay.Until death do they part. Don't miss Gods & Monsters, the spellbinding conclusion of this epic trilogy!
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"Reread<br/><br/>The Curse of the Second Book. I am on the band wagon with everyone else. This was 100% filler and what is now a trilogy should have been a duology. Usually I take notes as I read, highlights on what I was passionate about, hate or love it didn't matter. I write down my immediate thoughts. There is barely anything for this book. I felt blank. The three stars are merely for the respect of book one.<br/><br/>Whatever emotion was used to write Serpent and Dove dissolved in the wake of this story. It seemed as though the characters were on a mindless journey dragging through the muck to waste time. Even their attempts at gaining friends seemed to be half-assed. Reid was told to train with magic to make friends all to save his wife so he dug his heels in and sulked about it.<br/><br/>The plot was non-existent, the story bland. Then out of no where we have a host of mythical creatures we didn't know where real. Of course Lou's mother is trying to kill her "again", God's come down out of thin air to do nothing, the team splits up to stall the relationships. Serpent and Dove was brought so high on Ried and Lou's secret damning love. They just bickering the whole time in the this story and it wasn't the fun kind. They repeatedly complained about the same tthing. <br/><br/>Lou had an interesting character arc I am curious to see where it leads. Thats pretty much it.....<br/><br/>Ried- "Tell me you didn't steal it. Tell me you found it in a hole somewhere."<br/>Lou-"Alright! I didn't steal it. I found it in a hole somewhere."<br/>Reid- "Lou!!!"<br/>Lou- "Whaaaat?""
"The middle section of this book really was making it a struggle for me to continue reading it. However the last like 1/4 of the book really was good. The cliff hanger at the end definitely has me desperate to read the next one."
"@harperbrownca i’m still in the middle of b&h but probably november 9 by colleen hoover"