Welcome to the blog tour for Sparks And Shadows by Ceara Nobles. Thank you to Random Things Tours for my spot on the tour!
Seattle is full of monsters, and I’m the only one who can see them.
I’ve spent the last 17 years (AKA my whole life) pretending I can’t see the monsters who disguise themselves as humans. I may not have a place to live and my best friend may be moments away from getting in too deep with the city’s most dangerous drug lord, but I’m rolling with the status quo.
That is, until I save my arch enemy’s stupid life and find myself in a warehouse full of monsters.
Next thing I know, I’m in Monster Land (AKA not Seattle) and up to my ears in monsters, magic, and inevitable mayhem. If I want to get home, I have to join a band of revolutionaries and stay alive long enough to get back through the portal before war breaks out.
This’ll be a cinch.
Sparks and Shadow is a modern, action-packed YA portal fantasy featuring Fae mythology, magic, and slow-burn romance. This is the first book in the Rising Elements series.
Sparks And Shadows by Ceara Nobles is the first in The Rising Elements series and I’m SO excited about it. Portal fantasy is one of my favorite fantasy genres and this is mixed with romance as well.
Fantasy is my favorite genre which already gave this book a head start for me. I couldn’t wait to dive in and I’m excited to say, it was just as good as I anticipated!
The characters are compelling. There’s a bit of a large cast of characters, but this author knows how to create unique people. They were discernable from each other.
Action packed with believable romance and characters. I’m obsessed and I can’t wait for the next installment. Highly recommended!!
Thank you to Random Things Tours for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Ceara Nobles is a Utah-based author of romantic suspense and fantasy novels. She graduated from the University of Utah in 2016 with a B.A. in Computer Animation, then realized she hated it. Now she spends her days juggling her side hustle as a line editor and her true love of authorship. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her chasing her toddler, road tripping with her hubby, or hiding in bed with a chai and a good book.
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