Happy Monday, everyone! It is so hard to believe that we are heading into our last full week of July. I’ve said it before, but I cannot believe how fast we are flying through 2018. I just kind of want time to slow down a little bit.
Today I have another ARCstravaganza post! My posting schedule has been a bit off lately, things have been busy! But, I’m trying to get back into posting these weekly memes on a regular basis. Be sure to check out my last ARCstravaganza post, here!
Today’s ARCstravaganza features a book that has already been released into this lovely world, but I have yet to read!
Love and War by Melissa De La Cruz
Publisher: G.P Putnam’s Sons for Young Readers | Release: April 17th, 2018
Penguin kindly sent me a copy of this Love and War ARC in the spring! While I was super excited to receive it, I was not able to jump into it because I had not read Alex and Eliza yet! The other day, I went to my local library for a quick browse and they had a copy of Alex and Eliza, so I picked it up! It felt like a sign that it was finally time to get into this duology! Now that I am currently reading Alex and Eliza, I can’t wait to dive into Love and War once it’s finished!
1780. Albany, New York.
As the war for American Independence carries on, two newlyweds are settling into their new adventure: marriage. But the honeymoon’s over, and Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler are learning firsthand just how tricky wedded life can be. Alex is still General George Washington’s right-hand man and his attention these days is nothing if not divided–much like the colonies’ interests as the end of the Revolution draws near. Alex & Eliza’s relationship is tested further by lingering jealousies and family drama.
About Melissa De La Cruz
Melissa De La Cruz is the #1 New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and Publishers Weekly internationally bestselling author of many critically acclaimed novels, including The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel and the Summer on East End series. Her Blue Bloods series has sold over three million copies, and the Witches of East End series became an hour-long television drama on the Lifetime network.