Review: Trial by Moon by Lizzy Ford (Trial Series) 5/5

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This book is seriously a dripfeed of a minefield of a thickly woven intriguing plot. (Gosh! So many words)

The main character is a flawed but real woman who has been raised to alone due to her duty as a Kingmaker. A family that choses the next Supernatural Community leader. Leslie must go through trials with three prospective men. One she must mate, one she must choose to lead the community, and one she must choose to exile.

This book is intense. Brilliant. With such heightened emotion and the relationships between the characters are complex and well developed. The way the Lizzy Ford writes a plot is seamless. Like the main character, we learn what is happening as we go. Nothing is predictable.

The first book in the series is free, but I had to purchase the rest. Trial by moon is such an amazing, straight out of the box introduction to this series.

5/5

M x

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Review: Firebolt by Adrienne Woods (The Dragonian Series) 5/5 Kindle Free eBook

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It’s been a while since I had read a book that has transported me into a world, so well constructed, so beautiful and in-depth that I’ve had to purchase every book in the series and stay awake until 4 am for two days running to cram as much of the books into my skull as possible.

Dragons. Right. Teenage girls don’t believe in fairy tales, and sixteen-year old Elena Watkins was no different.
Until the night a fairy tale killed her father.
Now Elena’s in a new world, and a new school. The cutest guy around may be an evil dragon, a Prince wants Elena’s heart, and a long dead sorcerer may be waking up to kill her. Oh. And the only way Elena’s going to graduate is on the back of a dragon of her own.
Teenage girls don’t believe in fairy tales. Now it’s time for Elena to believe – in herself.

This is that series. This is what you need if ACOTAR and Harry Potter are your bread and butter. The mythology of each of the dragons, the magic school and the slow build up with the main character make for a well-paced story that reveals just enough to keep you salivating for more.

5/5

M x

Review: Dark Light by S.L Jennings (Dark Light Series Book 1) FREE EBOOK

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The Dark Light series by S.L Jennings is the kind of YA series that borders on sexual obscenity in a brilliant and addictive way. The chemistry between the two main characters, Gabby and Dorian is simply palpable. The new adult angst and relationships keep the story buoyant but what I love about this series is the mythology and the magic.

Oh… and the sex.

The mythology is intriguing and well-rounded and it’s just as well S.L Jennings made the first book free because you definitely have to get the rest of the series once you have read the first one!

Dark, Light – Magic and Witches. A murderer on the loose and an adult awakening into the world of witchcraft but in an entirely new way. S.L Jennings has created a brilliant world and filled it with characters and story thick enough to leave you salivating for more.

Love. Sex. Magic.

Before her 20th birthday, Gabriella was pretty much clueless about all three. In love with her best guy friend since the age of 14 and too crass and intimidating for most of the male population of Colorado Springs, love and good sex were virtually a myth.

And then there’s magic. Freakin’ magic. There’s no way that legend could have a place in her less than exciting life. So why after twenty years of utter obscurity do her adopted parents hit her with the ton of bricks that is her true identity? And how the heck is she supposed to accept all this and become what she was truly created to be?

 Five out of Five – Dorian, oh my gosh. I would go to the Dark for him.

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