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Book Review: Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks

Book Review: Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks

Mind Magic by Eileen Wilks is the 12th book in her World of the Lupi series. Lily and Rule face an unknown foe and we learn more about the dragons…so awesomeness all around! Wilks never seems to disappoint. With her strong world building abilities, I am one second from away from being convinced she is some kind of wizard world building genius. Creating vivid images and unique challenges for her characters after the twelfth book in a series is a… Read more »

Book Review: Dragon Fall by Katie MacAlister

Book Review: Dragon Fall by Katie MacAlister

  Dragon Fall is Katie MacAlister’s first book in her Black Dragons series. Once I picked Dragon Fall up, I could not put it down. My nose stayed in the book and everything else just had to wait! Taking place in the same world as the Aisling Grey and other Dragons series I enjoyed the tie-ins to the other series, even though I am severely behind on the other series. Some of my favorite and unforgettable characters were still part… Read more »

Book Review: Siren’s Call by Jayne Castle

Book Review: Siren’s Call by Jayne Castle

Siren’s Call is Jayne Castle‘s fourth book in her Rainshadow series. Set in a fascinating world, Siren’s Call pulled me in and didn’t let me go! Siren’s Call is actually the first book I have read by this author and I was more than pleasantly surprised. Set in a unique world where aliens are no longer present, but their mark remains sets an intriguing setting for this story. With fascinating imagery being alluring in its own right, it is not… Read more »

Book Review: Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

Book Review: Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

  Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow is the first book in her Warlocks MacGregor series.  I was pleasantly surprised by the lighthearted humor and great characters. Love Potions pulled me in from the beginning.   The writing felt relaxed and smooth.  This aspect combined with well defined characters made this a really great read.  The family dynamic of the MacGregors and reading about their shenanigans was a lot of fun and supported my theory that when siblings get together they… Read more »

Audiobook Review: The Snow Queen by Michael Cunningham

Audiobook Review: The Snow Queen by Michael Cunningham

  I found the The Snow Queen a precariously balanced novel that shows a short glimpse into the lives of two brothers Barret and Tyler. We first meet Barret as he walks along the park at night and sees a vision of light that could be almost be compared to a spiritual experience or possibly an awaking within. He holds this nugget to himself and withholds it from his brother Tyler. Later this almost seems to be the wedge what… Read more »

Book Review: Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Book Review: Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Silence of the Wolf is Terry Spear‘s 13th installment in her Heart of the Wolf series.  Don’t let this discourage you if you are thinking about picking up this book.  It can be read as a stand alone – Spears is truly a master at weaving each book into its own story while adding something to the overall series. Silence of the Wolf focuses on Tom Silver and Elizabeth.  These two very different personalities did come together with a sweet… Read more »