Creepy lakes, dark forests and supernatural forces! Join us as we dip our toes into the atmospheric eeriness of the gothic romance! To protect her brother, Leta is forced to move into Lakesedge, an eldritch estate that is as mysterious and lonesome as its owner. But, a dark force is poisoning the es
Publish Date: Sep 30, 2021
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Creepy lakes, dark forests and supernatural forces! Join us as we dip our toes into the atmospheric eeriness of the gothic romance! To protect her brother, Leta is forced to move into Lakesedge, an eldritch estate that is as mysterious and lonesome as its owner. But, a dark force is poisoning the estate and hungering for its heir's blood. All too soon, the corruption is spreading beyond the shores of the lake, and the threat to the life of the boy Leta has just formed a bond with becomes undeniable. Left with no other choice and armed with secrets of her own, Leta must resign herself to ask for the help of the unearthly Lord Under...
Join us this week on Romancing the Monsters, as we discuss the importance of having your own agency to make decisions. We also explore the idea of self-sacrifice and how that affects those around you.
Trigger warning: mentions of underage sex, death, poison, sacrificing one’s self, torture, self harm, bodily harm onto others, and fear of the unknown.
Book of the week: Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone
Keturah and Lord Death by Martine Leavitt
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Romancing the Monsters is a podcast that looks at the monster within: the shadow keeping the characters away from true and absolute happiness. This monster can be a prejudice, fear, insecurity, trauma and so on. We believe that romance novels are as much about one's personal journey as they are about finding love.
After all, love makes us vulnerable and forces us to bare our monsters to another.