A Sheltered Monk By day, Lucían brews potions and illuminates manuscripts in service to the monastery that took him in as a child, wield…
This book was a delight to read. Heartily enjoyed the competency porn and the characters’ obvious like and respect for each other. Well done showing the viewpoint character come out of his shell and gain confidence as his skills prove useful in the world and he experiences things that make him realize he’s been lied to and mistreated his whole life.
I was surprised it was told in present tense, which I associate more with YA, but maybe is more common than I thought for fantasy romance. Speaking of, that’s a genre I’ve encountered more recently.
The heroine is perhaps a little too perfect and understanding, but it didn’t bother me.