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The Dragon’s Lover by Emilia Hartley #review #dragons #paranormal

She already had a mate… why couldn’t she take her eyes off this man?

Perhaps the mate bond didn’t affect her as it did her aunt. At least, that’s what she figured when the life long passion she was promised, suddenly fizzled out a few months after the bond formed. Maybe she was broken? She didn’t know. Nonetheless, she was mated, why did this dragon man intrigue her so much?

When he first spotted Quinn, Isaac knew something was strange. He could tell by the hunger in her eyes that she wanted him as badly as he wanted her. But no matter how much his dragon begged, he couldn’t have her. He wouldn’t dare fiddle with her existing mate bond. No self-respecting dragon would. But he couldn’t just let this woman steal his heart, could he?

This is book 2 in the Elemental Dragons series. A spin off of Emilia’s Fated Dragons series, however it can be read as a standalone.

Warning: This series contains lots of sexy shifter action, irresistible mates and steamy love scenes. Tons of mouth watering Paranormal Romance bonus content included!

Book 2 of the Elemental Dragon’s series. Human Quinn wants to assist her dragon family find a new place to live where they will be safe from the GEO. She and her believed mate Kenji seek the assistance of the American Territories dragons where she meets Isaac. She’s always questioned her bond with Kenji and now she knows what a real mating bond feels like. In efforts to help save some captured dragons from GEO, Isaac and Quinn team up. This strengthens their bond and shows them that they truly were fated. The good; I liked both these main characters, they were interesting and complex. The scenes at the bar and while they were hiding from her pack looking for them I felt were descriptive and interesting. Same with the fight scenes. The frustrating; this book left me with a lot of questions of “why?”. Possibly because it is book 2 in the series and I’ve not read the first. The preview stated it could be read as a stand-alone, but not well. Second, (spoiler alert) I felt that the mission to save the other dragons was pointless. I never completely understood why it was so important to Quinn to save them and when they find them, sadly Ruby ends up killed and Casper deceived them, so again I found it a somewhat anticlimactic. What’s the point of being hero’s if you don’t have a hero event. I also thought, that if Isaac’s element is electricity and the storms search for him, why couldn’t he use the electricity in the storms? it didn’t have to be bad. Finally, I felt like complete conversations or sub-stories of the book were completely glanced over. Like how did we jump to Quinn going under cover. Hopefully that’ll be explained in the next story. I rate this story 3..5 Hearts.

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Legends of the Dimmingwood by C. Greenwood #Review

In a province where magic is forbidden and its possessors are murdered by the cruel Praetor, young Ilan, born with the powerful gift of her ancestors, has only one hope for survival. Concealment. In the shadow of Dimmingwood, she finds temporary protection with a band of forest brigands led by the infamous outlaw Rideon the Red Hand.

But as Ilan matures, learns the skills of survival, and struggles to master the inherent magic of her dying race, danger is always close behind. When old enemies reappear and new friendships lead to betrayal, will her discovery of an enchanted bow prove to be Ilan’s final salvation or her ultimate downfall?

Ilan is a young girl who has been driven from her home by the forces of a man simply known as the Praetor. Her family was killed because of their natural affinity with magic, and now she finds herself on the run and in hiding. Ilan’s journey to safety is interrupted by an encounter with brigands, and soon Ilan finds herself living in the bandit’s camp in the wilderness. Inevitably, though, destiny catches up with the girl…now turned teenager…as the new leader of the land turns his attention to quelling any lawlessness in his lands.

C. Greenwood brings us a very intriguing tale of this young heroine, allowing the reader to share the young woman’s journey as she grows into herself in this fantasy world. The details of the world are fleshed out as the main character learns them, so the world unfolds slowly but naturally. Greenwood has a natural ability to use just the right amount of description to convey the action without forgetting important details or lingering too long on any one point. The novel is short, but moves at a reasonable pace and introduces many elements which will no doubt be expanded later in the series. Characters have their own voices, and are as fleshed out as needed depending on his or her importance.

I have very few complaints with this work and would very definitely recommend this work for someone looking to start a new and promising series. One thing that bothers me just a little is the sudden introduction of what is likely to be an important piece of the story (the bow) as it develops further, but since the tale is obviously not complete I’m not sure yet what to think on this point. By all means, though, check this book out if you are a fan of the fantasy genre.

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Ilan has narrowly escaped her last encounter with the soldiers of the evil Praetor but many of her outlaw friends have not been so fortunate. When her closest companion is dragged off to Selbius for execution, Ilan has no choice but to defy the captain of the forest brigands and journey to the stronghold of her enemies.

Risking exposure, both as an outlaw and a possessor of illegal magic, Ilan has few allies in the strange city. Worse, she has attracted the attention of an unknown mage bent on her destruction. With the help of an unpredictable warrior priest, a cunning street thief, and her powerful bow, will Ilan evade the clutches of the Praetor and the attacks of the mysterious mage long enough to complete her mission and rescue her friend?

* * * * *
When I was small, my mother taught me about the magickless—evil men who hunted our kind to destroy us. They came from across the water to steal the lands of our ancestors. Pretending to want peace, they enslaved us and sought to extinguish what they couldn’t possess, the one thing their harsh laws could never control. Our ancient powers. One day, my mother warned me, violence would shatter the safety of our home, and when that day came, we must fight. And we must win.

* * * * *
Also in the LEGENDS OF DIMMINGWOOD series:

Circle of Thieves ~ Book III (Coming Spring 2013)
Redemption of Thieves ~ Book IV (Coming Spring 2013)

Ilan has left the bandit camp that she has called home for most of her life, the death of her mentor weighing on her. She has decided to seek after the one man who might be able to give her some answers about the powers she has within her, but soon encounters trouble after discovering that Terrac has decided to follow her. An encounter with the Praetor’s Fists sees the two separated, so Ilan’s journey into Selbius becomes doubly important as she hopes to learn more about herself and rescue Terrac from the forces of the Praetor.

Greenwood brings us back to the tale of Ilan and her newly found bow right after the events that transpired in Magic Of Thieves and we learn more about the world outside of the brigands’ forest. The scale of the world has expanded a bit, and we meet somenew characters who aid the protagonist in her mission to aid her captured friend. Overall, the action moves forward with generally good pacing and the plot makes a couple of twists and turns as most epic tales do, I find the writing style very agreeable, though this book was perhaps a bit more heavy in description than the first one.

I think the biggest thing that the reader should know…and a factor for the author to keep in mind…is that the first book is almost essential reading if any sense can be made out of the tale. While ideally all readers would have gone through that material, I know personally that I’ve only managed to find some series books out of order. I find it disheartening when there is no introduction or way for me to catch up. Also, while the first book ends at an organic place to pause, the events of this book felt a little more incomplete…it was obvious to me that this was just a piece of a story and not a complete story in and of itself. Its a hard task to make a story both complete AND part of a series, but one thats necessary to really grow and keep an audience. Still, these books are enjoyable and worth the time to read.

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Bad Beat 1 by Agnes Diaz #review #badboy

Mae Williams is an expert at her job. At least she thought she was until she became the interim band manager for BAD BEAT – the heavy metal group that has been making headlines across America for the past eleven years. But an outdoor venue and a summer storm create a crisis she can’t control – and one over-confident lead guitarist seems set on turning her world upside down.

Ian McCafferty has worked hard to become the best. Money doesn’t matter when there’s fans to please and life to enjoy. Then one crazy concert changes everything. It turns out that this particular bad boy is a sucker for a damsel in distress. And when the lights go out, he’s got the boss lady in his arms and all the time in the world to make her his own.

But what happens when the storm blows over? Has anything truly changed? The fans are still there, and there still is the concert of a lifetime to perform. But for the king of power and flash a performance without electrical power, pyrotechnics and not even a single light means he’s going to have to change everything he’s used to define himself – including how he wins a lady’s heart.

This is the first story of a bad boy billionaire romance series .

From the description of the story, I honestly expected it to be much longer. There was a lot promised in the blurb that the story mostly delivered on, but I would have preferred a longer treatment of the subject. I enjoyed the character of Mae, from whose point of view the story is told, but I think that the story would have been richer if the other characters would have been allowed to be more fully developed. Instead, the other characters, including the hero of the story, Ian, were left as almost caricatures rather than fleshed-out characters. The overall plot of the story is quite entertaining but there was a lot going on in the action than could best be supported with the few pages that we are given. From the minimal characterization present in the case of Mae, I would be very interested in reading more from this author and seeing what she could do with even a novella-length work.

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Gods of Anthem by Logan Keys #Review

****THIS BOOK HAS BEEN RENAMED THE LAST CITY*****

The newly named series “The Last City”

Link to book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3…

Book Order:
Book One: The Last City
Book Two: La La Land (now available)

Oceans apart, a young musician and a “special” soldier embark on a perilous journey for home fueled by the unyielding pursuit of freedom from the Authority.

Sixteen-year-old prodigy, Liza Randusky, waits imprisoned, blamed for the undead plague that’s slowly destroying the planet. Banished to an island where she’ll never play her beloved piano again, Liza’s steadfast sense of justice and passion for music may have the power to change her destiny. But will it be enough…

To strike back at the new world order, the troubled son of a preacher, Thomas Ripley-Hatter, suffers unspeakable alterations by the Underground to join a secret Army. Tommy knows that all hope lies in human-weapons like himself, and that somehow he must cling to his sanity…while letting loose the monster to win.

The battle begins for the last-standing sliver of humanity: Anthem.

Rating 4 out of 5 Hearts
Review: In the past several years, there have been several offerings within the YA dystopian fiction arena; some of them good and some of them not so good. As a fan of dystopian fiction, I will usually give any books in that genre a shot. Sometimes I’m disappointed, but that was not the case with Logan Keys’ The Last City If I had any complaints about the book is that I’m not entirely clear on what happened to the world. It may be that my mind was not fully engaged at the beginning of the novel, so I’m definitely going to be re-reading the book to gain a clearer understanding of the backstory. Part of my confusion comes from the fact that there is so much going on in the book, from concentration camp-like places where cancer patients are sent for “treatment”, to zombies, to a band of rebels intent on overthrowing the government… I think that the author can make the world work, though it might take another book or two to find the groove.

One of the things I really appreciated was the fact that, in a genre almost exclusively populated by series fiction, this book does well as a stand-alone in that there is a definite beginning, middle, and end. The book is also open-ended enough to allow for further forays into the world, and that is a delicate balance to reach. In a way, I kind of hope that there are more books in the series because I want to learn more about Tommy’s friend, Joelle. She really grabbed ahold of me and didn’t want to let go. There are definitely some questions still left unanswered, but not in a frustrating, cliff-hanger sort of way.

As I’ve already stated, this is a young adult book. There are some scenes of violence that might be disturbing to younger audiences, so I would recommend it to mature readers 15+.

Reviewed by HR Duby for Romance Authors that Rock

Bearly Wolf by Selena Coffey #Review #Shifter #paranormal

Bearly Wolf

For two years, Jack and Damien have been the Alpha and Omega of their bear pack, and though they have led their pack well, they still do not have a mate. Factions are now rising within the pack to oppose them, and a mate would cement their place as leaders. When they stumble across Imogen, sparks fly and everything seems perfect…

…for about thirty seconds. Because Imogen isn’t just any woman: she’s a failed shifter, a half-breed with no abilities, and she’s not even a half-breed of a bear pack. Her father was a wolf shifter, a fact Imogen’s mother has kept from her until now. If Jack and Damien want Imogen, they will be forced to give up not only their place as Alpha and Omega, but their pack itself.

The call of the perfect mate is irresistible, however, and both shifters find themselves falling fast into a forbidden dalliance that could cost them everything they have ever known…

Bonus stories included in this copy!

Note: This book contains mature language and themes, intended for adults only

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Alpha and Omga pair, Jack and Damien, meet their mate at a local bar… Just one problem…. Imogen is a wolf and they are bears…and that is not allowed… But a mating instinct is never wrong, that is what Jack has been told… you can’t stop loving someone, no matter how hard you try… so Jack does the best he can… Jack goes through HELL trying to protect Imogen… Even if it means never seeing her again… This is book 1 of a new series.. hope book 2 comes out soon… The plot and characters are well thought out… You can feel how much Jack loves Imogen… How much it hurts him to let Damien and her run for their protection… This book has a HEA…

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In the Beginning by BCE with Dr. Leviticus Wayne

The origins of Judeo-Christian religion and mythology come together in this mature science fiction page-turner.

To combat overpopulation on the planet Orion, the government releases a birth control virus to keep women from becoming pregnant. Only the brightest and most attractive of their species are allowed to mate. But the virus rages out of control, killing both mother and child. Attempts to develop a cure fail. They only have one option left: search other worlds for advanced societies that may be able to help.

The two most intelligent minds on Orion—and former best friends—Lucifer and Zues band together to search for a secret planet. When they finally arrive, they are greeted with unexplainable death and destruction. This planet is not the answer. Something doesn’t add up. They discover an extra unknown planet in the solar system.

The new planet is covered in lush land masses and bodies of water. Different species of hominids run—and mate—freely. Fire-breathing dragons guard the land. Lucifer is determined to figure out who or what created this planet. He thinks it just might be the key to saving Orion and the Orionites

What if all the gods and goddesses of our myths and legends were actually aliens? What if they came from another world looking to save their own race? What if Earth was a designed planet; a zoo tended by cloned dragons? If these questions add up to a lot of “what if”s, then it’s possible that you have found yourself reading a book written by the enigmatic BCE called In The Beginning.

I would have to say that this story is a very ambitious one. The idea that ancient gods could have been extraterrestrials is nothing new in science fiction…I might even go so far as to say that this is a fairly well used trope. Unfortunately, the speed at which the reader is plunged into this universe presents a lot of material to process in what I would still think of in a short amount of time. We know that the Orionites have a huge problem in terms of reproduction, but as for what the culture is like, the history of these spacefaring people, how the governing body works (with the exception of vague hints and titles like King and General)…these things aren’t presented.
For myself at least, the lack of a clear narrative plus the use of these aliens making fairly current pop culture references and using some very interesting language didn’t work all that well. Lots of interesting ideas are thrown quickly, including about the development of the solar system and the origin of humanity…and did I mention the dragons? Unfortunately I couldn’t tell if some of these references were meant to be tongue in cheek or just that we had a gigantic novel built on a stack of strange “conspiracy theory” style notions. For this idea to work, I think that a good deal of refinement is necessary on this oddly paced plot.
I will say that this is a unique work, and if it had a bit more polish I could see this work becoming an epic story.
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Billionaire Hunt by Summer Cooper #Review

His face was illuminated by the full moon and I tried not to stare at his lips. I think I must have failed as he gave me a knowing smile. I forced myself to meet his eyes as he said, “I’ll call you soon, Misha. And Oliver was right, I would have regretted not seeing you tonight.”

Erik is on the hunt for the perfect woman…not for love…but for his secret little project.

When introduced to Misha, he knows she could be the one. Someone who’s lost everything, someone who could do with the money he has to offer… If only he could separate business and pleasure!

Author’s Note: This is a standalone novel of 50,000 words, part of the Billionaire Matchmaker Series which can be read in any order. This book includes scenes that will make you blush, intended for adults only! For a limited time, this book will include bonus stories to extend your reading pleasure

Very cute contemporary romance about love at first fling. The storyline in the beginning was not very believable.  The storyline got better as it progressed although at times it felt a bit rushed. There was no real depth to the characters and seemed to jump around time points. The whole story was charming though, two people overcoming obstacles to be together to find happiness. There were minor spelling errors but nothing major. This story is for adult audiences only.  I’m an independent reviewer for Romance Authors That Rock and am giving this book 3.5 Hearts.

The Library of Lost Souls by Reign Waters-Gray #review

According to history and our own Reverend Jacob Mallory, 107 years ago the town of Willow, Georgia’s library innocently burned down during a storm. The new library that is on the same ground is a carbon-copy of the old one, right down to the wormholes in the wood.
It is during a trip to locate a special file in the library’s archives that I bump into William, a lost soul bound to the sanctum of the library walls. It is he who introduces me to John and they tell me the real truth about that fateful evening.
I now know both history and the Reverend lie.
Once William and John tell me about the true reason for the library to still be there, I set out on a plan to rid the town of its evil once and for all.

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Michelle is given an assignment to write an article about the fire that destroyed the library a hundred and seven years ago… We are taken on a journey out of this world… Taken on twist and turns to get the answers that Michelle needs to help her new friends… I enjoyed this book wish the ending was different but maybe there is going to be a book 2 to answer some of the questions that was left unanswered… I have found a new author to read…
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Prism by Nina Walker #review

What if color held the secrets to powerful magic?

Forced to move into the palace, Jessa begins training as a Color Alchemist under the direction of the kingdom’s most eligible bachelor, Prince Lucas. As an alchemist, Jessa must capture and harness the color of living things. Every color has a unique purpose, except red. Red is the untapped magic no one can access—until Jessa.

Prince Lucas is running out of time. His mother is deathly ill and healing magic hasn’t worked. When Lucas suspects someone is using alchemy to control her, he sets out to discover the truth, no matter the cost.

PRISM is the first installment of a unique young adult romantic fantasy series where a dystopian world with a Victorian flair meets the dynamic magic of color!

“…The (quite literally) colorful landscape—animated by an intriguing cast—is complex but well-explained. Masterfully plotted, Walker builds to not one but several unexpected twists in the novel’s final pages. Readers will no doubt clamor for the next book in this series; a thrilling start from an exciting new talent.” –Kirkus Reviews

A teenager with dreams of being the best ballerina in the kingdom is suddenly discovered to have a hidden talent with magic.  The Prince takes an interest in her and tries to keep her from being abused by the evil head security officer.  But is it his father they both need to be kept safe from?

Wonderful storytelling.  Captivating characters. An intriguing take on magic and action that kept me glued to the pages until my eyes wouldn’t focus!  Highly recommended for any age fantasy lover.  Mixes modern and medieval into a dystopian future of America and the world.  As an independent reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock, I have this one the full five hearts.  The next installment has already been pre-ordered!!
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