~ Goodreads Monday: A Darkness at the Door (Dauntless Path #3) ~

This is a weekly meme where any one can choose a random book from their Goodreads TBR and highlight it. Once you choose a book and create your post, make sure you link and reference the new host, @Budget Tales Book Blog. Eventually, I will try to find a rhyme or reason to my choices, but for now, each week will feature a random one that I mean to read soon!

This Week’s Selection:

A Darkness at the Door (Dauntless Path #3) by Intisar Khanani

Published July 21, 2022

I’ve been cursed, betrayed, and sold into slavery – but the truth I carry can’t be allowed to die.

Only Rae knows the extent of the corruption at the heart of the kingdom of Menaiya, from the noble lord who betrayed her to the Circle of Mages whose wards protect the slavers from discovery. Injured and imprisoned on a slave ship, Rae’s options are quickly running out. When a desperate escape attempt goes terribly wrong, she finds herself indebted to a terrifying Fae sorceress.

Now Rae will not rest until she has rescued her fellow prisoners and freed her land from the darkness that has taken hold. To succeed, she’ll need every ally she can find—including Bren, the thief who may have stolen her heart. But Bren is hiding his own bloody secrets, and the curses that encircle Rae have sunk their claws into her mind. With her debts coming due and time running short, all the truths in the world may not be enough to save her kingdom, or herself.

Find It On: Goodreads / Amazon

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This series features two separate main characters, Alyrra and Rae, and their novels connect together. It opens with the prequel novella, Brambles, then moves into Thorn. The series then transitions to another main character with their own prequel novella, The Bone Knife, before going into the full-length novel, The Theft of Sunlight, and now its sequel, A Darkness at the Door. As the previous novel left off on a cliffhanger, I am anxious to see how Rae’s story concludes and how Alyrra’s side of the story wraps-up.

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