Wednesday 25 October 2023

Foxglove (Belladonna #2) by Adalyn Grace - A Review

 “She didn’t care to be a sunflower, unfurling her petals in the daylight for all to see. She would rather be an adorable little mushroom, thriving in the dark crevices where few ventured to look.”

― Adalyn Grace, Foxglove

Foxglove (Belladonna, #2)Foxglove by Adalyn Grace
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Foxglove is the captivating sequel to the Gothic-infused Belladonna, in which Signa and Death face a supernatural foe determined to tear them apart.

I really liked Foxglove but to be honest Belladonna is still my favourite. I loved being back in this world and reading about Signa and Death. I really enjoyed the chapters with Blythe's POV as it made the book more interesting and I also liked the interactions between Blythe and Fate. Signa and Death are still my favourites but I am really curious about Wisteria (the 3rd book) where I believe that Blythe will be the focus of the story.

The events and revelations of the last part of the book were incredible and they made me want to read the sequel as soon as possible.

Foxglove was mysterious and dark, with a strong character development.

I am looking forward to the third and final book, Wisteria, to come out next year.

About the book:

A duke has been murdered. The lord of Thorn Grove has been framed. And Fate, the elusive brother of Death, has taken up residence in a sumptuous estate nearby. He's hellbent on revenge after Death took the life of the woman he loved many years ago...and now he's determined to have Signa for himself, no matter the cost.

Signa and her cousin Blythe are certain that Fate can save Elijah Hawthorne from prison if they will entertain his presence. But the more time the girls spend with Fate, the more frightening their reality becomes as Signa exhibits dramatic new powers that link her to Fate's past. With mysteries and danger around every corner, the cousins must decide if they can trust one another as they navigate their futures in high society, unravel the murders that haunt their family, and play Fate's unexpected games—all with their destinies hanging in the balance.

Dangerous, suspenseful, and seductive, this sequel to Signa and Death's story is as utterly romantic as it is perfectly deadly.

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