The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon

Synopsis: Ead is a lady-in-waiting at the Inys court, where she is an outsider and is tasked with secretly protecting the queen. Arteloth is a Inys nobleman sent in exile to be an ambassador and spy in a land that has turned to the ways of worshiping Wyrms. TanΓ© is across the sea in Seiiki, where she is training to be a dragon rider when she gets caught up with a forbidden outsider. The doctor Niclays has been exiled from the West for trying to do the impossible. As the threat of the Nameless One, approaches, everyone must prepare for the coming conflict in their own way.

Book Review: A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

Synopsis: One night, Harper is kidnapped from Washington DC and finds herself in a world with magic. She is the captive of Prince Rhen, who is trying to break a curse laid on him, and his captain of the guard, Grey. In this Beauty and the Beast retelling, Harper, Rhen, and Grey must figure out how to break the curse and save Rhen's kingdom.

Review: An Enchantment of Ravens

Synopsis: For years, Isobel has been painting the fair folk. She is well known for her paintings because the fair folk themselves cannot make anything or they will crumble to dust. After a summer of painting Rook, the autumn court prince, Isobel adds the one thing that will make the painting perfect - human sorrow in Rook's eyes. When this painting is unveiled in his court, it leads his people to question his power. Furious, he brings Isobel to the land of fairies to be tried, but many events put their journey off course.