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Review: Blood Torn (Blackthorn, Book 3) by Lindsay J. Pryor

Review: Blood Torn (Blackthorn, Book 3) by Lindsay J. Pryorby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. ‘Vampires might bite, honey, but lycans tear.’ Jask Tao, lycan leader, rules his pack with absolute dedication and demands the same loyalty in return. In the world of Blackthorn, where respect is a rare commodity, Jask has earned his – few dare to cross him, and fewer survive to tell the […]

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Handfasting

Handfastingby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Patricia Eddy, author of By the Fates, Fought I love weddings. But in a magical world, you can’t always have an actual wedding. In my series, By the Fates, Raven and Ealasaid are destined to love each other forever. They say the sacred words of binding in By the Fates, Freed and […]

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Review: Shadow of Night (All Souls Trilogy, Book 2) by Deborah Harkness

Review: Shadow of Night (All Souls Trilogy, Book 2) by Deborah Harknessby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. I had heard wonderful things about A Discovery of Witches so when I got an opportunity to review the sequel Shadow of Night I thought, perfect! Unfortunately this is a series that needs to be read in order. Harkness did a great job of catching the reader up on her world […]

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Review: For the Love of a Goblin Warrior (Shadowlands, Book 3) by Shona Husk

Review: For the Love of a Goblin Warrior (Shadowlands, Book 3) by Shona Huskby Sharon S.

I loved the first two books in this series. Hush has an amazing ability to weave a mesmerizing story with a magical dark fairytale feel to it. And she achieves that again in For the Love of a Goblin. This book can be read as a stand-alone, but I recommend reading the first two because […]

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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: Charming Blue (Fates, Book 8) by Kristine Grayson

Review: Charming Blue (Fates, Book 8) by Kristine Graysonby Keira

Heroine: Jodi is a light skinned black woman and is very old (bless those witchy genes!), though she doesn’t look it. She calls herself a fixer. It is what she excels at and she combines it with helping other magical beings to realize their Hollywood dreams. Jodi works as a talent agent and helps book […]

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Review: Lord of Fire and Ice by Connie Mason with Mia Marlowe

Review: Lord of Fire and Ice by Connie Mason with Mia Marloweby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. After reading the blurb I thought that despite the old school romance cover, it would be a paranormal romance I would enjoy. Who wouldn’t like a Viking Warrior that can wield fire magic? What I got was a quasi-historical romance with very little paranormal-ness. The hero Brendr, who is very sexy, […]

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A Phoenix Named Merlin

A Phoenix Named Merlinby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Judi Fennell, author of Magic Gone Wild Good morning folks! Merlin Pendragon here, and before you go all “You’re totally kidding me, right?” on me, yes, that is my name. And, no, I’m not a merlin. I’m a phoenix. You know what a phoenix is, right? We’re those “supposed” mythological birds who […]

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