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5, 4.5, and 3 Star Reviews for Nightshade by Brooke Radley #FF #Magic @brooke_radley

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Title: Nightshade
Author Name & Publisher: Brooke Radley (Nine Star Publishing)
Publication Date: November 23, 2015

Synopsis

Eleanor Reed spent most of her life at the Darten Academy, trading her childhood for an education in magic. When the King’s Council comes to her with a mission, she jumps at the opportunity for adventure. The assignment is deceptively simple: infiltrate the Nightshade Brotherhood, the city’s infamous thieves’ guild, and confirm their responsibility for the recent emergence of a hallucinogenic drug.

Unfortunately for her, the Brotherhood hates mages. If they catch Eleanor, they’ll slit her throat and toss her in the ocean.

Hiding her identity proves to be an impossible task. Cassandra, a thief as beautiful as she is dangerous, sees Eleanor cast a spell during her trial for the Brotherhood. Rather than kill her, Cassandra offers her a position in the guild. Cassandra holds the key to success for Eleanor—but is she after something more?

Under Cassandra’s tutelage, Eleanor discovers that the Brotherhood isn’t quite what it seems to be, and the ever-growing drug problem is more complicated than originally anticipated. Whoever is at fault will stop at nothing to get what they want.

Things go from bad to worse when Eleanor realizes her growing passion for Cassandra. Will Eleanor be able to decide where her loyalties lie before it’s too late?

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FiveStars

A really eloquently written novel. Very atmospheric, with believable characters, intriguing plot and beautiful descriptions of settings and characters.
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, I found it hard to put down, it completely engrossed me with its intricacies and well weaved story line. The fact that magic was interwoven in this adventure was done in such a way that it seemed perfectly natural, saying much for the skill of the author.
What helped make this novel so unique was the way the plot and the counterplot ran along side a passionate love affair. The climax was succinct but a perfect ending to a powerful and amazing book.
I have no hesitation in recommending this thoroughly compelling and captivating novel, one that can be enjoyed by anyone looking for an enthralling and bewitching story line, not forgetting a wonderful growing and electrifying  romance.
Chris

FourandHalfStars

This book is a bit of a slow burner but so worth reading.  The main character, Eleanor, is feisty, clever, caring and surprises herself and everyone else. She is sent to try and discover if The Brotherhood is selling Tangleweed, a highly dangerous and addictive drug.  She is only meant to be a small cog in the plan but becomes so much more.  The story has depth and things are definitely not as they seem.
The relationship between Eleanor and the mysterious stranger, Cassandra, grows slowly but it is tender and caring.  I didn’t want anything to come between them and the tension is immense at times.
Its a beautiful telling of a love story, as well as a great mystery.  The world conjured up in the story is fascinating and I can see it becoming a series of books.
The love scenes are tender and not at all gratuitous. Don’t expect hot and  steamy here – the reader is not privy to the finer details!
The book really gathers pace nearer the end and I was totally hooked.  I wanted to find out more, how it ended, but I also didn’t want it to end.
I loved this story and want more in the same vein.  I hope Brooke Radley plans to write more about Eleanor and her magical world.
Kitty Kat
ThreeStar

This is a story full of moral ambiguity for me. Some of the issues the main characters are dealing with made it difficult for me to finish the story, not because I had a problem reading about them, but because they turn the book into the type of morass that I simply don’t have the patience to work my way through. I very much dislike lying, and I think writers use it a lot as a plot point or plot device, in order to create conflict within the story. Which is very much what was done in this instance. Our Main Character, Eleanor, is working undercover, i.e. lying about who she is, in order to get close to the Thieves Guild, the Brotherhood, of her capital city. She comes to the attention of a high ranking member of the Guild, Cassandra. From the first, we the readers get the idea that Cassandra isn’t just another ordinary thief, and her interest in Eleanor is unusual. Later in the novel, we discover exactly how extraordinary Cassandra truly is.

There are a couple of things that bother me about the story, which I simply hope will give the author some ideas to better the plot in the next book. First, for someone so high up in the Brotherhood, Cassandra displays a decided lack of suspicion about the “new” girl, Eleanor. She catches Eleanor using magic, and in several instances, Eleanor uses more magic than her claim of being a hedge witch would allow for, yet Cassandra never doubts Eleanor. I suppose I could see Cassandra’s attraction and desire for Eleanor blinding her to obvious clues, but the raid by soldiers in the slums shortly after Eleanor goes there the first time would be an obvious wake up call to me.

Second, I understand how a leader might be betrayed by their underlings, and even how they might not be aware of it, but when said leader finds out and is upset about it, I find it hard to believe those underlings would follow any orders given by the leader they’ve betrayed. Also, I find it difficult to believe that said leader never had an inkling of suspicion about the origin of the drugs in a city that her people controlled. Not quite believable. And third, I find it extremely hard to believe that someone who is the leader of a group of people who lie, cheat, steal, and kill for money, would give up her life for someone who has betrayed her so basically. What her brother did, without her knowledge and consent, should have shaken the foundations of their relationship. Yet without hesitation, Cassandra gives up her life for someone who has just shown her what a terrible person he is, and what he’s willing to do to others just to make more money.

Eleanor is the one stuck in the moral morass her life has become in a few short weeks. She’s lied to someone she’s coming to care a great deal for, yet gets extremely upset to find out Cassandra hasn’t exactly told her the truth of who she is. Hypocritical much? She’s also betrayed the person she loves, turning in first a place that’s trying to help people addicted to this drug, then betraying who Cassandra really is, and finally betraying the location of both the drugs and prince, and the people responsible for it all. And she betrays all of this for a ruling government that has shown no care or compassion for the people it rules. The atrocities committed by the people in charge make Eleanor wonder about her own loyalties to those people. I like that she has the courage in the end to try to make things right with the one person who matters most to her. But I also don’t understand why it took her so long to get to that point. And I don’t understand Cassandra’s willingness to trust Eleanor again, except as someone who has no other option. Give me more of a solid foundation for their feelings for each other, because with that much lying and betrayal between them, I’m surprised Cassandra is willing to forgive and forget.

Amy P.

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Trimming Down Unnecessary Scenes and Side Characters

During my first round of editing, I noticed one scene in particular was giving me trouble. It was one of the last few scenes of the book, and while all of the other scenes were building off one another to amp up the tension, this scene seemed to detract from that goal, and it left more questions than answers. In the scene, Eleanor nearly comes face-to-face with one of her old friends from the Academy of Magic, Quinn Alexander. Eleanor worries that Cassandra might become suspicious if Quinn recognizes her, so she makes sure to keep her face hidden and keeps Cassandra as far away from Quinn as possible. The scene ends with Eleanor using magic to keep Quinn away. Quinn recognizes the magic and looks into the shadows where Eleanor and Cassandra are hiding. Instead of charging forward, she turns away, letting Eleanor and Cassandra escape.

 

When I originally wrote the scene, I pictured expanding on Quinn’s character and including her in some of the final scenes. While she’s mentioned a few times throughout Nightshade, I found that there wasn’t enough time to write her in. The last few scenes go by quickly, and to write Quinn into them would certainly impact the decision Eleanor makes by the end of the novel.

 

I ended up deleting the scene and taking out most lines that mentioned her character. I still liked the idea of including someone from Eleanor’s past, so once I started planning the sequel to Nightshade, I knew I wanted to include Quinn’s character, either as an ally or an adversary.

Excerpt

The stranger introduced herself as Cassandra. With a sinking feeling, Eleanor knew regardless of how bad an idea it was to call attention to herself, she couldn’t help it. This woman had an inexplicable draw to her and Eleanor was caught in her trap.

She managed to introduce herself to Cassandra without further embarrassment. Just as Toby instructed, she only used her first name. She wasn’t sure if Cassandra had meant to do the same thing, but the other woman didn’t seem bothered by the impolite introduction.

While Cassandra ordered a drink from the innkeeper, Eleanor studied her profile. She had blonde hair, something unusual in the city. It was long, too—longer than Eleanor’s—and tied into a loose ponytail that fell well beyond her shoulders. As soon as the innkeeper left with Cassandra’s order, she turned back to Eleanor. “So what brings you to this part of Darten City?” she asked. The question was innocent enough, but Eleanor couldn’t help but wonder if it was a good idea to talk to Cassandra, much less anyone else at the bar. At least she would blend in better if she were engaged in conversation; she’d been quiet and alone in a dark corner for too long. Cassandra was as good a cover as any, she reasoned.

“I recently moved to the area,” Eleanor said.
Cassandra looked intrigued. “Is this your first time living in the city?”
Eleanor thought back to the cover story she and Ben had come up with. It had been a brief conversation, but at least it gave her something to go off of when he returned. “Yes,” she said. Then, hesitating, she added, “My fiancé and I came here for a better life. He found work at the shipyard.”

Cassandra’s face became unreadable. Had Eleanor done something wrong? But then Cassandra smiled. “That’s great! A lot of people come here expecting the worst—overcrowding, steep rent, not enough jobs to go around—but there are so many wonderful opportunities in the city, ones you can’t find anywhere else. You just need to know how to find them. How long have you been here?”

She and Ben hadn’t discussed their timeline, so Eleanor improvised. “Not even a week. We’re from a small village south of here and it’s rare to find someone coming all the way to Darten City who isn’t taking the main road. We got very lucky to find a trader to travel with.”

That seemed to appease Cassandra’s curiosity, and for a minute there was a lull in the conversation. Eleanor fought the urge to turn and look at the stairwell. That was, until Cassandra asked, “Is your fiancé still working? I hear the hours at the shipyard are bad for newcomers.”

“It’s our anniversary,” Eleanor said, this time remembering to use their cover story. Cassandra’s brow slanted in confusion and Eleanor realized she’d spoken aloud. “He’s upstairs,” she hastened to explain. “He wanted to do something romantic— candles, flowers, you know.” Cassandra nodded. This was the perfect opportunity to leave and check on Ben. He was probably fine, but this conversation was becoming personal fast and Eleanor wasn’t sure how many more questions she could answer by lying through her teeth. “As a matter of fact, I really should go see how he’s doing.”

Cassandra’s polite smile faltered for a split second, and Eleanor was sure she would have missed it if she had so much as blinked. The whole situation confused her, but she couldn’t dwell on it right now, not with the uncertain status of the mission looming over her. Cassandra’s voice was gentle as she said, “Of course. I wouldn’t want to keep you from enjoying your evening.”

“Thank you,” Eleanor said as she stood. She couldn’t help but glance at Cassandra one last time. Their eyes met, and Cassandra gave her a soft smile.

“It was a pleasure to meet you, Eleanor.” Cassandra tipped her mug in Eleanor’s direction. “If you ever need someone to show you around the city, I would be more than willing.”

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4.5, 4 and 3.5 Stars for Conviction (Dominion #3) by Lissa Kasey #MM #Paranormal @parisbvamp

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Title: Conviction (Dominion #3)
Author Name: Lissa Kasey
Publication Date & Length: September 11, 2015 – 242 pgs

Synopsis

Kelly Harding has become good friends with Seiran Rou, originally the only male witch to actually train in magic. Now after a couple trying months and several crazy plots to kill Seiran, Kelly suggests a ski vacation to help them all relax—even if Kelly does have to work to keep his taboo crush on Seiran’s brother, Jamie, under wraps. But their getaway becomes a fight for survival when a magic fueled blizzard strands them in the middle of nowhere…with a killer.

When visions of a tower and a dying man fueling a deadly spell begin to fill Kelly’s head, he realizes he has to try to save his new family. Jamie isn’t about to let him go alone—no matter how against a relationship with his little brother’s best friend he might be. But their goals are the same: Protect Seiran, stop the spell, and make it home in one piece. It will take a brush with death to make them understand how deep their feelings go, and none of them will make it out unchanged.

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FourandHalfStars

I will confess to being a bit hesitant to start this book after reading the first two in the series. I wasn’t sure if I could handle any more of the main character, Sei’s, whining and bitching without some kind of movement forward in healing. I was shocked in the best of ways to find this book written from the dual points of view of Kelly, Sei’s best friend and Jamie, his older brother. I had already developed a desire to get to know these two better through the previous books and this delivered beautifully.

The plot and story were wonderful and flowed in a perfect arc from beginning to end. The tension and frustration from and between Kelly and Jamie was believable and well thought out. The overall conflict was amazingly well planned and detailed and I enjoyed it thoroughly. The grammar, structure and formatting were all spot on and other than a few minor errors (which are to be expected) I couldn’t find much at all wrong with this title. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a good M/M Romance with a Paranormal twist.

Rhayne

FourStars

I really enjoyed this. Told from Jamie and Kelley’s perspectives, the third Dominion book is more of a self-contained adventure than the first two books.

Seiran’s body-builder brother Jamie is a more typical leading man, though in this third book the author finally gives him enough layers to make him an interesting m/c. Kelley also develops into more than a sidekick as the story progresses and we learn more about him.

I fell in love with Seiran in the first story – his androgynous appearance and unlikely strengths make him a wonderfully unusual main character. Neither Jamie nor Kelley has the charisma I love in both Seiran and Gabe and it took me a while to embrace the two more ordinary men in Seiran’s group. Lissa Kasey is always an amazing writer, so it doesn’t take her long to to reveal Jamie and Kelley’s extraordinary qualities.

After Seiran’s slightly narcissistic whinging through Reclamation, I found Jamie and Kelley’s story lighter and the story arc easier to follow. The story is simpler than the first two; stranded at an isolated ski lodge, Jamie, Kelley, Sei and Gabe must survive baddies and a huge storm. Compared to Seiran’s internal conflicts in Reclamation this is a true action story with a much faster pace.

I hate it when a fantasy writer borrows or revisits plots from earlier stories to keep a current story going and it does happen here. Old baddies return from the dead and Kasey resurrects the idea of characters acting under magical compulsion once again. No one stays dead in a Dominion story! I would love to see fresh and imaginative plot devices in the next Dominion story.

Ultimately, Kasey continues to develop some brilliant characters. New ones are introduced and we continue to learn more about our original characters. I look forward to watching Con and Sam’s characters develop in the next book.

This isn’t a stand alone story – I think new readers would be quite confused starting with the third book. Start with Inheritance and enjoy the series from the beginning.

Sarah

ThreeStar

  So while I did like the magical paranormal parts of this story I have to be honest when I say that these two MC’s were so back and forth fighting their attraction to each other so much by the time they finally gave in I was just not that interested in it anymore sadly..
So Jamie has a brother who is very powerful and who he is very protective of. His brother Sei is also in love with a vampire named Gabe. Well I have to admit the relationship between Sei and Kelly was just so weird. I know friends are close but the way they depend on each other so much and sleep together but not sexually would make being in a relationship with either of these men awkward. At least to me it just felt more like they were together in this book then Kelly was with Jamie or Sei with Gabe. Also some of the things that Sei would say to Jamie was just rude or that was the way it came across to me.
So I did really like parts of this book and the world this author built with these characters. I just got so frustrated with Jamie and Kelly that it made it harder for this story to grab me.

So I am sad to say although I did like parts of this book this book was just not for me…

Kara

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TWO 5 and 4 Stars for Truth in the Dark by Amy Lane (AUDIOBOOK) #MM #FairyTales @AmyMaclane

1.5

Title: Truth in the Dark
Author Name & Publisher: Amy Lane (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: June 16, 2010 – 186 pgs

Synopsis

“I am not beautiful…”

Knife’s entire existence has been as twisted as his flesh and his face. The only thing beautiful in his life is his sister. When Gwennie is obliged to turn a suitor down because she fears to leave her brother to the brutality of their village, Knife is desperate for anything to ensure her happiness.

Her suitor’s cousin offers him a way out, but it won’t be easy. Aerie-Smith has been cursed to walk upright in the form of a beast, and his beloved village suffers from the same spell. Aerie-Smith offers Gwen a trousseau and some hope, if only Knife will keep him company on his island for the span of a year and perform one “regrettable task” at year’s end.

Knife is unprepared for the form the island’s curse takes on his own misshapen body. In one moment of magic, he is given the body of his dreams—and he discovers that where flesh meets spirit and appearance meet reality, sometimes the only place to find truth is in the darkness of a lover’s arms.

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FiveStars

**AUDIOBOOK REVIEW**
Another hit from Amy Lane.
This was very different from some of the books I’ve read of Ms. Lane’s. It was set in a completely different setting than what I’m used to, but it totally worked for the characters. I found myself falling in love with both the harsh, hard men as they found their way in the dark (Sometimes quite literally).
Although we get the angst and love that Amy is quite simply excellent at, there is so much more going on and I loved it. The fact that she could turn a character who isn’t beautiful with an in your face beautiful personality, she manages to make you love the character and see all that is hidden behind the hurt and pain.
I must say that I absolutely LOVED Knife’s sister. That is all.
Nick Russo did an AWESOME job with narrating this book. I’ve listen to many of his books now and I actually didn’t realize it was him because he had such a different sound that TOTALLY fit the characters and the setting of the book.
Renee
FiveStars
A modern day beauty and the beast, with a sexy twist!  I so enjoyed this story.  Lane was able to write this story with so much emotion, feeling and angst that I could picture each detail in my head.  It became a vivid storybook – a modern day game of chess. Move and counter-moves in order to align the board for the final play.
The emotion and tenderness in this story was so far above what I was expecting.  I laughed and cried during this book – I felt that it also had such a great moral behind it – be true to yourself – someone who loves you will see the real you.
I really enjoyed Knife’s family as well.  I think their fierce defense of Knife was both admirable and dutiful.  I found it extra enjoyable when Aerie-Smith met them for the first time.  It seemed that is how all first family meetings should be.
I can’t say enough good things about this story – I really enjoyed it and was so surprised at how much emotion was portrayed in this story.
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FourStars

This book and the feels…
Knife was born with a twisted foot and due to that he had other problems with his back and the rest of his body. Well you know how cruel people can be and then something happens to Knife when he was 12 was so horrible and I felt so bad for him having to go through something like that. Years later his sister Gwennie has a suitor who wants to marry her but she will not leave Knife behind.  Can I say I loved his sister! She was so protective of him and loved him so much.
Then you meet Aerie-Smith who is the cousin of Gwen’s suitor. He comes to Knifes town to request Knife come and stay with him on his island for a year as a companion for a year but he must also do something regrettable too,
I loved the world Amy Lane made with this book. You get action, angst and sweet with this book. Let me say the sacrifice that Knife makes it brought tears to my eyes to see how much he really loved Aerie-Smith.
You meet so many different characters in this book…Some you will love and some you will hate for how cruel they are.
All together I really liked this book!
I would definitely recommend this book!
Kara

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3 Stars for Stolen Hearts by Sasha L. Miller #MM #Romance @nikerymis @LT3Press

1.5

Title: Stolen Hearts
Author Name & Publisher: Sasha L. Miller (Less Than Three Press)
Publication Date & Length: January 25, 2011 – 140 pgs

Synopsis

Mervyn is accustomed to the unusual and strange. People of all walks come to him with problems that only magic can solve. A wizard of no little skill, he enjoys the challenges that come with his job and that he can offer help to people who have nowhere else to go. Even fairies, long abused by wizards for the special energy they can provide, find their way to his door.

But when Callisto, a terrified and maliciously attacked fairy, shows up to ask for his help, he presents a challenge that even Mervyn has never encountered before—instead of a heart, Callisto has only an inadequate charm—a charm that will kill him in a matter of days if Mervyn does not find a solution.

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ThreeStar

While I really liked the wizard/fairy aspect of this book I just would have liked more romance between these two..
Callisto needs help because a bad wizard puts a spell on him to steal his energy which ends up taking his heart so he goes to Mervyn for help.
Mervyn helps him with the charm to make the pain less for him and to find the wizard responsible.
While parts of this book were very good, for me personally this one just did not grab me very well.
You get a little bit of action and a little bit of romance with this book.
So as much as I hate to say this because I really do love fantasy books, this one was just not for me…

Kara

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New Release: Pale Light by L.J. Hamlin #Menage #Paranormal @LJHamlin

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Title: Pale Light
Author Name & Publisher: L.J. Hamlin (Torquere Press)
Publication Date & Length: August 12, 2015 – 50,000 Words

Synopsis

Elijah and his father Joshua find a young werewolf, Jayden, when his entire pack and family were murdered. They take in and train Jayden to hunt the supernatural with them. Elijah has a secret; he’s fallen in love with Jayden, but he dares not tell a soul.

Elijah’s sometimes lover, Chogan, is working a case with them. Chogan’s unexpected attraction to Jayden forces Elijah to confront his feelings. What does it mean for the three men’s lives? And just what is lurking in the woods?

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Elijah steps towards him, crowding into Chogan’s space.

“I was just looking. No harm in looking. You can’t tell me you’ve never noticed he has a nice ass,” Chogan says, a hint of challenge in his voice. He knows damn well that Elijah has noticed how attractive Jayden is, and if he tries to claim differently, he’s a damn liar.

“I’ve noticed,” Elijah admits grudgingly, his face red.

“You want to know what I noticed?” Chogan asks.

“Other than Jayden’s ass?” Elijah says a little sourly.

“Yeah, other than that.” Chogan smiles.

“Okay, then.” Elijah nods.

“Your dad’s motel room isn’t next to ours,” Chogan says happily.

Elijah leans in close, his lips close to brushing against Chogan’s.

“Hoping to get in my pants?” Elijah asks.

“Kind of thinking you’re a sure thing.” Chogan smirks.

It looks like Elijah is about to kiss him when a door slams nearby, and Elijah glances off in the direction of the sound.

“Jayden,” Elijah says softly.

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3 Stars for Running Into Zero Tolerance (Experimentals #2) by N.J. Nielson #MM #Fantasy @NJNielsen1

1.5

Title: Running Into Zero Tolerance (Experimentals #2)
Author Name: N.J. Nielsen
Publication Date & Length: April 2015 –  130pgs

Synopsis

When there’s nowhere left to run–pray you find Zero Tolerance to keep you safe.

While searching for his missing brother, Linc O’Hare stumbles across his mate and willingly gets kidnapped to save a man whose name he doesn’t even know. Having his mate live in slavery is not on Linc’s to-do list, and he plans to rectify the situation.

Gideon Church was resigned to the hell he’s been living. Escaping with Linc is the best day of his life–until he realises his whole existence has been a lie. With the help of Linc and the inhabitants of Zero Tolerance will Gideon be able to separate the lies from the truth and figure out just who he really is?

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ThreeStar

In this series, a covert paramilitary organisation called Zero Tolerance works to save the Fey race as it crumbles around him.

In book two, when Zero Tolerance member Linc senses his mate, he allows himself to be kidnapped to be with him.  Gideon is a prisoner of his crazed brother Bevan, and Linc won’t let him suffer alone.

Once the men finally escape, they must work to uncover the secrets, lies and genetic modifications that are destroying Fey society.  Working alongside demons and Fey princes, they must find a way to stop Bevan’s brutality.

Not having read the first book in this series, I found the second nearly impossible to follow in parts.  Very little world-building is offered here.  I couldn’t get a clear sense of time or place and I had trouble understanding and separating out the many characters.

I found myself confused, frustrated and flipping back and forth through the book.  The author provides a glossary at the beginning to explain all of the terms and names used in the book, but I needed more explanations through the book.  I would also have liked a final proof-read as technical errors kept tripping me up.

I like Link and Gideon as characters and I love the way Linc empowers his mate.  Gideon’s emerging strength and sense of self is wonderful to watch – I especially love his relationship with his dogs.

The premise behind this book is interesting and unusual, but I would advise readers to definitely start at the beginning of the series.

Sarah

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NJ, is just an ordinary person that has a million stories in her head that she needs to get out and share with the world. I began writing at the age of Twelve with a book Called Admetus Gaea-Untamed World… which I have only recently just found and am almost finished writing it.

I love reading anything, and I have worked my way through a few over the years. My own writing features it all from the paranormal/preternatural, fey, demons & human…. I start with just a picture or a title and sit back as the M/M stories unfold.

I do not plot, preferring to write in Utter Chaos. I was raised in Gladstone, Queensland and now live in a small country town with my family.

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