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Tricia Levenseller

Initially from a small town in Oregon, Tricia Levenseller now lives next to the Rocky Mountains with her bossy dog, Rosy. She received her degree in English Language and editing, and she is thrilled that she never has to read a textbook again. When she's not writing or reading, Tricia enjoys putting together jigsaw puzzles, playing volleyball, and watching shows while eating extra-buttered popcorn.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction
   Warrior of the Wild (2019)
Tricia Levenseller recommends
Night of the Witch (2023)
(Witch and Hunter, book 1)
Sara Raasch and Beth Revis
"Raasch and Revis have brewed a brilliant novel that combines history and fantasy in the best of ways. Be prepared to stay up late reading this one. If it isn't the action keeping you on the edge of your seat, then it'll be the sizzling romance."
The Forest Grimm (2023)
(Forest Grimm, book 1)
Kathryn Purdie
"With an immersive world and rich magic, Kathryn Purdie has written a story that will change everything you thought you knew about fairy tales. Prepare to enter the Forest Grimm-and never leave."
The Hanging City (2023)
Charlie N Holmberg
"Holmberg's latest is rife with forbidden romance, monsters, and unique world building. Not only will readers enjoy delving deep into the canyons the trolls call their home, but Lark's journey will also leave a mark deep on their hearts."
Bonesmith (2023)
(House of the Dead Duology, book 1)
Nicki Pau Preto
"I've been dying for a YA novel with unique magic, and Bonesmith delivered it on a ghostly-green platter. With a fascinating world, absolutely delightful characters, and enemies-to-lovers romance - this book is one readers will devour before begging for more."
Garden of the Cursed (2023)
(Garden of the Cursed, book 1)
Katy Rose Pool
"A delicious read full of swoony romance (fake-dating trope!), dangerous gangsters, wondrous magic, and an elaborate mystery that will keep the pages flying. Readers will root for Marlow Briggs while admiring her exquisite dresses, snarky banter, and wicked wit as she takes on the upper echelons of society."
Princess of Souls (2022)
(Hundred Kingdoms)
Alexandra Christo
"Princess of Souls sucked me in from the very first sentence."

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