1. Who needs a photo album? Look kids, here’s where Alice almost died. Look, here’s where Cyrus’ spleen fell out.
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  3. fashion-by-the-book:

The Ring & The Crown by Melissa de la Cruz 
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The Ring and The Crown by best-selling author Melissa de la Cruz comes out today. You can see my review here.

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    The Ring & The Crown by Melissa de la Cruz

    Find it here

    The Ring and The Crown by best-selling author Melissa de la Cruz comes out today. You can see my review here.

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The Ring and the Crown by Melissa De La Cruz 
Genre- YA
Publisher- Hyperion
Release Date- April 1st, 2014
Rating- ✮✮✮✮☆  
I received a copy of this book in exchanged for a honest review. In no way did the author or publishing company influence my review. For info on my book reviews and rating scale, click here
The Ring and the Crown is hard to describe. Not quite a historical novel, not in the usual sense of the word, but a alternate universe historical novel. It follows four girls: Marie-Victoria, Aelwyn, Ronan and Isabelle. Marie is a sickly princess, forced into an arranged marriage she doesn’t want, but accepts for the sake of her country. Aelwyn is the bastard daughter of the Merlin of Franco-Britain, Emrys. She is one of the most powerful mages in the world, but has an uncertain future. Ronan is a once rich American girl, now poor and in need for a husband. She meets a charming boy on the way to London for the season, but something stops her from falling completely in love with him. Isabelle is the abused, rightful queen of France. The one man she loves she can’t have, but it won’t stop her from trying.
I really enjoyed this book. I’ve never read any of Melissa De La Cruz’s novels before, so I was new to her writing. The world she built was so amazing. One part Victorian, one part magical, it’s defiantly somewhere I would want to live. The Arthurian influence was unique and interesting, as well. I liked the characters too, especially Wolf.
The twist at the end, connecting best friends Aelwyn and Marie surprised me. The end was heartbreaking. It’s one of those endings that make you sigh dramatically and wish you didn’t love the characters as much as you did. Especially Isabelle. Poor, poor Isabelle. I wish we were given some hope about her ending.
I did feel like the last few chapters were rushed. I would have also liked more background on Marie and Gill, as I felt like their romance was a little shallow. I would have also liked more explanation of the world they were in, and more of Maire and Aelwyn’s childhoods.
And that cover, you guys. I actually squealed when I opened the package and saw it for the first time.
All in all, I recommend The Ring and The Crown. Fans of books like The Luxe series and fantasies will defiantly like it. 
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    fashion-by-the-book:

    The Ring and the Crown by Melissa De La Cruz

    Genre- YA

    Publisher- Hyperion

    Release Date- April 1st, 2014

    Rating-

    I received a copy of this book in exchanged for a honest review. In no way did the author or publishing company influence my review. For info on my book reviews and rating scale, click here

    The Ring and the Crown is hard to describe. Not quite a historical novel, not in the usual sense of the word, but a alternate universe historical novel. It follows four girls: Marie-Victoria, Aelwyn, Ronan and Isabelle. Marie is a sickly princess, forced into an arranged marriage she doesn’t want, but accepts for the sake of her country. Aelwyn is the bastard daughter of the Merlin of Franco-Britain, Emrys. She is one of the most powerful mages in the world, but has an uncertain future. Ronan is a once rich American girl, now poor and in need for a husband. She meets a charming boy on the way to London for the season, but something stops her from falling completely in love with him. Isabelle is the abused, rightful queen of France. The one man she loves she can’t have, but it won’t stop her from trying.

    I really enjoyed this book. I’ve never read any of Melissa De La Cruz’s novels before, so I was new to her writing. The world she built was so amazing. One part Victorian, one part magical, it’s defiantly somewhere I would want to live. The Arthurian influence was unique and interesting, as well. I liked the characters too, especially Wolf.

    The twist at the end, connecting best friends Aelwyn and Marie surprised me. The end was heartbreaking. It’s one of those endings that make you sigh dramatically and wish you didn’t love the characters as much as you did. Especially Isabelle. Poor, poor Isabelle. I wish we were given some hope about her ending.

    I did feel like the last few chapters were rushed. I would have also liked more background on Marie and Gill, as I felt like their romance was a little shallow. I would have also liked more explanation of the world they were in, and more of Maire and Aelwyn’s childhoods.

    And that cover, you guys. I actually squealed when I opened the package and saw it for the first time.

    All in all, I recommend The Ring and The Crown. Fans of books like The Luxe series and fantasies will defiantly like it. 

    Goodreads

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  6. Fly me to the moon by hadassahsfate featuring aldo ringsDorothy Perkins oversized boyfriend cardigan / Black opaque tight / Wallis lace up high heel bootie / Owl messenger bag, $34 / Hive Honey gold jewellery / Aldo ring / Lip gloss / Spray perfume / OPI acrylic nail polish, $18 / Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drink 13.7 oz / Mossimo Supply Co. Junior’s Fit & Flare Dress - Assorted Colors / Beautiful Creatures (Paperback)

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  7. Fly me to the moon by hadassahsfate featuring aldo ringsDorothy Perkins oversized boyfriend cardigan / Black opaque tight / Wallis lace up high heel bootie / Owl messenger bag, $34 / Hive Honey gold jewellery / Aldo ring / Lip gloss / Spray perfume / OPI acrylic nail polish, $18 / Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drink 13.7 oz / Mossimo Supply Co. Junior’s Fit & Flare Dress - Assorted Colors / Beautiful Creatures (Paperback)

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  8. Good days by hadassahsfate featuring cotton t shirtsReiss pink t shirt / Black lace top, $49 / American Vintage cotton t shirt, $62 / Flared leather skirt, $155 / Dot skirt / Sole Society lightweight scarve / Mossimo Supply Co. Junior’s Fit & Flare Dress - Assorted Colors

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The Grisha Army Challenge: Favorite Quote from Shadow and Bone
“I missed you every hour. And you know what the worst part was? It caught me completely by surprise. I’d catch myself just walking around to find you, not for any reason, just out of habit, because I’d seen something that I wanted to tell you about or because I wanted to hear your voice.”

    The Grisha Army Challenge: Favorite Quote from Shadow and Bone

    “I missed you every hour. And you know what the worst part was? It caught me completely by surprise. I’d catch myself just walking around to find you, not for any reason, just out of habit, because I’d seen something that I wanted to tell you about or because I wanted to hear your voice.”

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