I was so pleased when I was accepted to help spread the word for the third book in the Wish Quartet. You know how much I love this series. I’ve reviewed the Society of Wishes and Circle of Ashes. So I couldn’t be more excited for Birth of Chaos. And look at that title/cover!
I am in love with the cover. It’s giving me all the feels. I oscillated between loved the sensuousness of the cover model, to adoring the way it fits with the other books. Seriously. I want all these books to just sit next to each other. Not sure what I mean? Well look at them all together!
A new wish is pushing the weary members of the Society to their breaking points. But as Jo’s complex relationship with their leader reveals dangerous truths about who she truly is, and was, her priorities quickly change. Now, she seeks to expose the enemy lurking in their midst, but it may already be too late to thwart an ancient goddess bent on stealing Jo’s power and destroying everything she loves.