Bring me Your Midnight by Rachel Griffin - Book Review

Bring me Your Midnight by Rachel Griffin - Book Review

Review by @elle.cheshire

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨

Such a cosy fantasy with the beautiful connection to nature that Rachel Griffin always delivers. I really liked the little island and the adorable shops with small magic they offered. They were cosy and I wish I could visit them! The lore and history was explained throughout, and we learned more as Tana did. I liked the concept a lot and the execution was well done.

I thought the romance was a little insta-lovey but it became deep and meaningful and heart felt until I fell in love with their journey. They worked through secrets, fear, the pressure of expectation, duty and a good dose and angst and pain. In short, it was perfectly heat wrenching and beautiful.

I spent a lot of the book frustrated with the people nearest to Tana and their lack of understanding or care for what Tana felt or what they were forcing her to go through. But I did get resolution and satisfaction eventually. The plot kept me invested, it was sweet and fraught with Tana’s pull to her heart and to the duty she’s always known she had to do. Overall it was the perfect cosy fantasy! Romance, secrets and emotional turmoil wrapped up in nature and topped with soft magic

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Review by @elle.cheshire

Whisporia Rep

A bit about me… I love all things morally grey and magical! 

My favourite series is Red Rising and I’m sucker for found family. 

I drink way too much tea and live out my fantasy dreams by visiting medieval festivals and doing archery! 

If I’m not reading you’ll find me writing my book or dreaming of far away places.

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