Woven in Moonlight

Woven in Moonlight

A lush tapestry of magic, romance, and revolución, drawing inspiration from Bolivian politics and history.

Ximena is the decoy Condesa, a stand-in for the last remaining Illustrian royal. Her people lost everything when the usurper, Atoc, used an ancient relic to summon ghosts and drive the Illustrians from La Ciudad. Now Ximena’s motivated by her insatiable thirst for revenge, and her rare ability to spin thread from moonlight.

When Atoc demands the real Condesa’s hand in marriage, it’s Ximena’s duty to go in her stead. She relishes the chance, as Illustrian spies have reported that Atoc’s no longer carrying his deadly relic. If Ximena can find it, she can return the true aristócrata to their rightful place.

She hunts for the relic, using her weaving ability to hide messages in tapestries for the resistance. But when a masked vigilante, a warm-hearted princess, and a thoughtful healer challenge Ximena, her mission becomes more complicated. There could be a way to overthrow the usurper without starting another war, but only if Ximena turns her back on revenge—and her Condesa.

Title:Woven in Moonlight
Edition Language:English
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  • Isabel Iba˝ez

    Hi everyone! I don't spend a lot of time on Goodreads but as WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT heads out into the world, I wanted to quickly mention a few things! First, WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT is a standalone, but the I...

  • jessica

    came for the gorgeous cover but stayed for the latin american representation, lush magic, a swoon-worthy rebel, fluid writing, THE MAGIC SLOTH, and the slow simmer into an explosion of an ending. whil...

  • Marquise

    The book purports to be "inspired by Bolivian politics," but the reality is that it's based on a perpetuation of Bolivian stereotypes with a sprinkle of local mythology to give this fetishisation of t...

  • Nenia ?? Socially Awkward Trash Panda ?? Campbell

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || PinterestI picked up WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT on a whim because it was offered to me as an ARC and I thought the cover was really pretty. I was a little leer...

  • Olive Fellows (abookolive)

    See my review on booktube: https://youtu.be/LDi_8XieLg4And the below review originally appeared on Open Letters Review.Inspired by Bolivian culture and history, Isabel Iba├▒ez spins a glittering and r...

  • Amy Imogene Reads

    4 starsXimena can weave moonlight into lush tapestries of wool, and sometimes they come to life. When her people need her to infiltrate the enemy's kingdom to take down the false king, Ximena doesn't ...

  • Elle

    I read the first couple chapters of this a while ago, and I was excited to see more of Inkasisa. There was magic and Bolivian history and politics and some pretty stark realities we donÔÇÖt see often ...

  • Rue

    Who knew I would dislike a book solely because of the last 10 Chapters. But here we are...While I liked the concept of this book the execution wasn't right. It's definitely atmospheric, the writing su...

  • emma

    do you ever start and finish a book in a sitting and then get stressed out because you never updated goodreads for it??...yeah, me neither.review to come / 2 stars...

  • Tani

    RATINGS: 2.5 STARSWarning: Spoilers and cursing ahead. Read at your own risk. Let's unpack this shitcase. Have you ever worked hard for something but ultimately failed at it? This is how I'm feeling r...