Thanks to the publisher & Netgalley for the complimentary e-ARC. All opinions provided are my own.
A coven of deathwalking witches who have to set themselves on fire in order to patrol the Veil; a terrifying Warden who uses his army of soulless, half-masked soldiers to control it all; a heroine who sets herself on fire so she can save her sister…
Tonight, I Burn by Katharine J. Adams is such an inventive story with so many striking elements that viscerally hold you in check.
Penny, the protagonist, is a deathwalking witch who finds herself going farther against the Warden than she ever suspected she would in order to protect her sister & the other people she loves.
As she plans in secret & then with the help of others, she also develops feelings for two different people, a man & a woman, & she opens up some of the closed-box tension surrounding her own family.
This book is very much leading up to another which is good because it feels like some things are left unfinished. I would have liked more with Penny’s romantic relationships, which do get steamy but which also feel separate in a way I didn’t totally appreciate.
But witch fans, rejoice, here’s another witchy offering for us to celebrate the glorious season of fall.
4⭐️. Out 11/07.
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Give me that HEA, please.
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