12 Days of Christmas: Two Turtledoves

On the second day of Christmas, my bookish friends gave to me Two Turtledoves. What was the best set of books or best bookish couple you read about this year?


The best dueology I’ve read/am in the process of reading is the Cassidy Blake books by Victoria Schwab.


City of Ghosts

City of Ghosts was my first introduction to Victoria Schwab‘s work. I loved it from the introduction.

The main character Cassidy is just looking forward to a vacation at the beach. She needs a break from the ghosts that demand her attention both around her city and at school. Her break with her family is blissfully free of ghosts, except for her best friend, Jacob, who happens to be corporally challenged.

Her parent’s ghost hunting show takes her Edinburgh where she makes friends (enemies)? and catches the attention of one of the cities’ most powerful ghosts. She’s going to need her new friend and Jacob’s help if she wants to stand a chance against the powerful ghost because Cassidy must face this ghost and win. Cassidy doesn’t realize until it is too late what the ghost really wants from her: her life.

Amazon: City of Ghosts

Tunnel of Bones (City of Ghosts #2)

I’m currently about 3/4 of the way through with this and loving the plot and can’t wait to finish it up.

Cassidy Blake‘s and her corporally challenged best friend Jacob’s adventures pick up after their dangerous adventures in Scotland. Now they are in Paris, filming the next episode of Cassidy’s parents show The Inspecters. While Cassidy hopes Paris isn’t as haunted as Eninghburgh her hopes are dashed when she learns about the ghosts hiding beneath Paris in the Catacombs. 

And when Cassidy awakens a strong spirit from the Catacombs, she must rely on her growing skills as a ghost hunter, as well as new and old friends. Together they must solve a mystery before the spirit Cassidy unleashed becomes strong enough to be free to haunt Paris forever. 

Amazon: Tunnel of Bones

Tomorrow we will be talking about your favorite trilogies and the third day of Christmas, so come back tomorrow and join me!

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