Pocket Full of Tinder: Book Review
Fantasy , Romance / December 5, 2016

Title: Pocket Full of Tinder: A Noon Onyx Novel Author: Jill Archer Published: December 15, 2016 Genre: Fantasy & Romance with touches of other genres Length: 293 pages Pocket Full of Tinder is the fourth book in Jill Archer’s Noon Onyx series. I am reviewing Pocket Full of Tinder from an advance review copy that I read in eBook format. To set the tone, I am delighted to write that this may be the best book in the Noon Onyx series to date. If you are new to the Noon Onyx series, then I highly suggest that you read the three previous books as soon as possible. The genre-bending nature of Jill Archer’s novels is inventive and refreshing, and world-building is one of her greatest strengths. The heroine, Noon Onyx, is a magic-slinging Maegester-in-Training with a drop of demon blood coursing through her veins. Noon lives in Halja, a post-apocalyptic version of our world in which the demons rule while angels and humans are forced to find ways to coexist with their demonic overlords. Pocket Full of Tinder picks up in the aftermath of a shocking reveal at the end of the third novel, White Heart of Justice, regarding Noon’s former lover, Ari Carmine. I loved that the story picked up where it left off and immediately continued the previous…

Pocket Full of Tinder: Preview
Preview / November 8, 2016

Jill Archer, author of the compelling Noon Onyx fantasy series, graciously sent me a preview booklet for Nouiomo Onyx’s fourth adventure titled Pocket Full of Tinder. Isn’t that title awesome? I am happy to report that the 30 preview pages of Pocket Full of Tinder are highly promising and immediately engaging. If you have never heard of the Noon Onyx series, then you are in for a treat. Jill Archer’s creation is truly genre-bending fantasy that follows the adventures of a powerful, magic-slinging heroine in a world inhabited by demons and angels. Noon’s love life, however, might be more dangerous than many of the other threats combined! There is something for every reader here. Pocket Full of Tinder picks up in the aftermath of a shocking reveal at the end of the third novel, White Heart of Justice, regarding Noon’s lover, Ari Carmine. The reader is immediately drawn back into the action while the story quickly moves forward. Jill Archer’s ability to describe New Babylon and bring it to life with her words, as well as the details of every setting that her characters inhabit, is fascinating to me. Her characters are just as quick-witted and their conversations are just as snappy as ever. I am only disappointed that I do not have the full book…