Today I received an email letting me know that NIGHTINGALE has been included in a recently published wiki: Spellbinding YA Books About Witches! If I'm honest, Nightingale is my favorite out of the books set in the Lark universe so I was very excited to see it getting some love finally!
Here's what they said about NIGHTINGALE:
"At #3 is "Nightingale" by Erica Cope. Wren Fairchild has no memory of who she is or how she ended up in a Light Elf kingdom. She eventually meets Greyson St Clair, the Consul to Queen Mia of Álfheimr. He doesn't trust Wren, but in order to learn more about her true nature, he'll have to help her regain her memories. Together, the pair must travel to the one place that can reveal the truth about the past, unraveling shocking secrets along the way."
You can check out the rest of the list here! You can purchase your own copy of NIGHTINGALE here!
It all started as a game—a game I never lost. Cami Andrews is a girl on a mission. She’s a girl with a plan. A three-step plan, to be exact, and it hasn’t failed her yet. Her best friend Oliver doesn’t approve of the games she plays. He is a boy unwaveringly loyal. Loyal to a fault, but his patience is running thin. When Cami sees Peyton Holmes for the first time she knows that she wants him to be her next conquest, and when Cami sets her sights on something, she never fails. Not in life and certainly not in love. She always gets what she wants, even if she has to adjust her personality a little in the process. It might test her friendship with Oliver, but that’s a chance she’s willing to take.
Tamsin Seger knows there is no such thing as happily-ever-afters in real life.
After her father's humiliating scandal forced her into the spotlight, the last thing she wants is more
drama in her life. Then she meets Tobias Clark. What she never expected was to spend a perfect day with a perfect stranger, and even though it goes
against everything she had resolved to do, falling for Tobias was easy. Or at least that's what she thought
until she sees him again and he ends up being the last person she needs him to be. If Tamsin wants to escape another scandal, she has to stay away from Tobias at all costs--but some
things are easier said than done and there’s a reason they say the heart wants, what the heart wants.