Foxglove (Belladonna, 2)
Signa and Death finally have a chance to be together after seemingly insurmountable odds. But when a duke is murdered and Signa’s uncle is framed for the crime, she and her cousin Blythe are forced to find a way to prove his innocence. Their desperate search for answers leads them straight into the path of Fate, Death’s mysterious brother. Signa is convinced that Fate will give them the help they seek if she only entertains Fate’s growing obsession with her. But as Fate’s true motives become clear and her uncle’s time runs out, Signa must play his twisted games in order to find her happy ending.
I enjoyed this book! The character development was interesting and the romance was well-written. Signa grew a lot during the story, and I really enjoyed following her on her journey as she unraveled the mysteries surrounding Death and Fate. I liked the first book, and I felt like the sequel did an amazing job of continuing the strong relationships and atmosphere of its predecessor. The dialogue was lush and imaginative, and it stayed true to its gothic roots. Fans of gothic romance will find much to love here!
|Page Count||464 pages|
|Publisher||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
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