img_8498So, something came in the mail recently that I wanted to share with you all and am so majorly happy to have received and insanely excited to start reading. I could not count myself more lucky to have gotten a chance to get my hands on a copy of this book. I’m sure, like me, there are quite a few people who really want a chance to read the advanced copy. And of course, now the question for me is, do I reread The Belles before I read The Everlasting Rose? I mean, it has been a while and this one doesn’t actually come out until March. So I’ve definitely got a bit of time to dedicate toward reading both books. And I always feel a little weird reading sequels without rereading the books that came before it.

I’m thinking about doing regular updates as I read both books, since I’m pretty sure that’s the path I’m going to take and I was wondering if you guys would be interested? Obviously I’m not going to include a lot of spoilers since I don’t want to ruin this book for anyone, but maybe just a few exciting hints toward how the book is going? Let me know if you’d be interested!

Also, if this book isn’t on your TBR just yet, you should definitely go and add it! The first book could not have been more impressive or amazing and so I imagine this one might be even better, especially if what I’ve heard thus far is true.

As always, I wish you all happy reading. Hopefully you’ve got some fantastic books available over the weekend!

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