Tuesday, August 2, 2016

What I'm Reading: A Little Knowledge by Emma Newman + a Giveaway

Happy book birthday - and real birthday - to Emma Newman!

Readers, I'd promised you a review of Emma Newman's A Little Knowledge today, but alas I haven't yet finished it. Instead, this'll be a highlight post with the promised giveaway, because I want you all to be intrigued by and looking to purchase the series today! Plus, this way I'm able to avoid spoilers for those of you who haven't yet started the series.

Here's a bit about the book from the publisher:

Cathy and Will are now the Duchess and Duke, rulers of Londinium, the biggest city in the Fae-touched Nether, but they have different ideas of what their authority offers. While Will is bullied by his family and his patron, Lord Iris, to maintain total control and have a child with his wife, Cathy wants to muscle the Court through 200 years of social change and free them from their old-fashioned, Victorian moral strictures. Despite their differences and the machinations of their enemies, the power couple maintain their marital harmony— until one of them takes a step that is simply too far.

I absolutely adore this series! In fact, I'm sorry I missed discovering it when the first three originally released. But it has meant literally being able to binge the series, diving into one installment after another, for the ultimate reader satisfaction. 

I do hope that I've succeeded in making you curious by the series. As I said, I've been loving each and every book and want everyone to read them! And I'm stoked to have discovered today that there's to be a fifth book in the series, releasing next year. Squee!

And now for the giveaway! Thanks to the publisher, I'm able to offer up one copy of Between Two Thorns, the first book in the Split Worlds series. To enter simply fill out the Rafflecopter below before Monday, August 15. Open US only and no PO boxes please. 

Good luck!


traveler said...

This novel sounds fascinating and captivating. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway.

Jennifer | Book Den said...

Thanks for giving away the first one. I haven't read any of the series!

Anita Yancey said...

It sounds like a fantastic book, and I love the pretty cover. I can't wait to read it. Thanks for this chance.

Anonymous said...

Becky, you always have the best recs for us, and I'm always looking for a new series to delve into.

Jennifer C said...

Eek, anonymous was me! I said, Becky you always have the best recs for us, and I'm always looking for a new series to delve into. :)

Danielle H. said...

Wow! A series to read one after the other! Love it. Thanks for introducing me!