Fey / Fae

Review: Lord of the Hunt (Court of Annwyn, Book 2) by Shona Husk

Review: Lord of the Hunt (Court of Annwyn, Book 2) by Shona Huskby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. She Wasn’t Cut Out for His World… The realm of the fairies might be unbelievably beautiful, but its people are notoriously treacherous. Raised among mortals, Taryn hoped to avoid her fairy heritage her whole life. But now she must cross over to Annwyn and appeal to the King to pardon her […]

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Review: Call Me Yours by Celia Kyle

Review: Call Me Yours by Celia Kyleby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Mitchell Faerigan owns and works at a motorcycle shop. He builds the bikes as well – got to love a hot mechanic/owner. But he’s not all that he seems. Clover Brady owns an antique shop close by. And he’s being “worshipped from afar”. Celia does a great job with this book. […]

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Review: The Outcast Prince (Court of Annwyn, Book 1) by Shona Husk

Review: The Outcast Prince (Court of Annwyn, Book 1)  by Shona Huskby Sharon S.

Caspian Mort can feel the history in anything he touches, a gift he inherited from his father, the Crown Prince of Annwyn. Devastated over his ex-wife’s infidelity, Caspian has withdrawn from human contact except when working as an antiques dealer. While assessing the contents of the historic Callaway House he encounters the beautiful Lydia Callaway […]

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Review: Broken Prophecy (Heirs of Aedan, Book 1) by Raven Raye

Review: Broken Prophecy (Heirs of Aedan, Book 1) by Raven Rayeby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Killian is thinking of a human and her name is Marcella. His purpose in our world is to find out who is threatening his kind. Marcella Rowan works at Cloudcroft’s hospital. She cares a lot about her patients. Her friend Brenna also works there as well. Raven gives her readers a […]

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Review: Iced by Karen Marie Moning

Review: Iced by Karen Marie Moningby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. I was a little apprehensive about reading this story. I loved (in an unnatural way) the Fever series, but I never really cared for the character Dani and the thought of a trilogy about her wasn’t appealing. I knew I would read it because I love Moning’s emotional first person POV […]

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Review: The Demon Lover (Fairwick Chronicles, Book 1) by Juliet Dark

Review: The Demon Lover (Fairwick Chronicles, Book 1) by Juliet Darkby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is written in the first person. Dr. Cailleach Fay seems to enjoy writing about all types of demon lovers. She doesn’t just teach the classics but also watches episodes of Dark Shadows and reads the works of Anne Rice. Callie is vying for a teaching position at Fairwick College. […]

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Guest Review: The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa

Guest Review: The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawaby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is book number 4 in Julie Kagawa’s “Iron Fey Series”. This story is written in the first person.  I’m not usually a fan of a book written this way but I found I enjoyed this one.  The book is written for a Teen audience but adults will like it as well.  Julie also names […]

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A Story is Born!

A Story is Born!by Guest Blogger

by Inara Scott, guest blogger and author of Radiant Desire Where do you get your ideas? This is a common question that authors are asked, and I think perhaps people imagine that ideas drop, fully formed, into author’s minds. In fact, for most of the authors I know, the hard part isn’t getting ideas: it’s […]

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