Reigning Embers is such a great piece of writing. It's a great example of how to create a character-centric fantasy. Connecting with the character first allows readers like myself the chance to more easily digest the fantasy world-building (and romance, lol)
Freaktown has a gritty and dark atmosphere to it, highlighted through the use of character-focused fantasy world building.
Slit Throat Saga is a wild ride featuring Meta Humans (whose blood runs clear) and a society that sees them as abominable monsters dead set on eradicating them from existence. But all is not as it seems.
I binged the first three in one sitting, I could not let it go. That said, what I love most, is her infusion of mythology and lore from our world to develop the supernatural elements of Tenebrous', making it intrinsically digestible for readers from the get-go.
I am a hit or miss fantasy reader, but all you bookworms looking for your next magical female chosen one, may want to buckle in for Rysa's amazing journey!
This has been my biggest surprise so far, I think. The world building is gradual, but perfectly executed. The world building is visceral, and the characters are really enjoyable. Can't wait to dive back into this one!