Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy Romance’
Tweet Veena’s review of Dreamer’s Daughter (Nine Kingdoms, Book 9) by Lynn Kurland Fantasy Romance published by Berkley 06 Jan 15 This is the concluding book in the third trilogy in the Nine Kingdom stories of fantasy romance by Ms. Kurland, which I accidentally stumbled upon when I first read The Mage’s Daughter. I am […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Honor’s Price (Warriors Of The Mist, Book 3) by Alexis Morgan Fantasy Romance published by Penguin 02 Sep 14 I have probably complained as loudly as anyone out there when an author recaps the previous books such that it takes up a quarter of a new book, but I have the […]
Tweet Veena’s review of The Winter King by C.L. Wilson Epic Fantasy Romance published by Avon 29 Jul 14 I was very pleased to get my hands on this long-awaited book from Ms. Wilson and even more pleased to discover that she hasn’t lost her touch. The story takes off with a bang as Wynter, […]
Tweet Sandy M’s review of The Winter King by C.L. Wilson Fantasy Romance published by Avon 29 Jul 14 Waiting for this book has been worth all the seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, and months it’s taken to get it on the shelves. C.L. Wilson is a master at drawing out the reader’s every emotion under the sun, […]
Tweet Stevie‘s review of Lord of the Hunt (The Court of Annwyn, Book 2) by Shona Husk Fantasy Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 07 Jan 13 When I reviewed the first book in this series, I said I wanted to see more about the family of the heroine. I also said that I loved the intrigues […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Lord of the Hunt (Annwynn, Book 2) by Shona Husk Fantasy Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 07 Jan 14 Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and some of the fairy stories I read in my childhood definitely showed me the cruel and capricious nature of fairies, but this book underscores it a hundred fold. […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Everlasting Enchantment (Relics of Merlin, Book 4)by Kathryne Kennedy Fantasy Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 03 Dec 13 This book is set in a fantastical Victorian era where the country is peopled with shapeshifters and mages. Millicent Pantere is a black panther who has spent her entire life underground. She is […]
Tweet Veena’s review of The Hob (The Gray Court, Book 4) by Dana Marie Bell Fantasy Romance published by Samhain Publishing 22 Jan 13 I’ve always thought Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful piece of whimsy, but Dana Marie Bell takes it to a whole new level in her Gray Court series.
Tweet Veena’s review of Possessed by Desire (Firebrand Series) by Elisabeth Naughton Paranormal/Fantasy Romance published by Amazon Digital Services, Inc. 21 Jan 13 I’m a fan of this author’s Eternal Guardian series, but this new series is definitely not in the same class. However, it’s a quick, light read, though I have to say this concluding book is the weakest of […]
Tweet Veena’s review of Dreamspinner (Nine Kingdoms: Ruith and Sarah, Book 4) by Lynn Kurland Fantasy Romance published by Berkley Trade 31 Dec 12 If you enjoy Epic Fantasy then Lynn Kurland’s Nine Kingdom series is for you. Dreamspinner kicks of the third trilogy in this series. Morgan and Miach are ruling Neroche as the much-loved […]
Tweet Ash’s review of Be Careful What You Wish For by Nick Howard Fantasy Romance short story published by Samhain 11 Jan 11 Well…I don’t really have anything good to say about Be Careful What You Wish For. I was looking for something fun and I got something bland.
Tweet Action begins the war in this edition of the series in Queen of Song and Souls. I remember my heart thudding with each throw of a fey’cha or thrust of a sword or toss of a magical ball of fire. Ms. Wilson pulls no punches in the beginning of this war with the Eld […]
Tweet Sometimes it amazes me the villains authors are able to write. I laugh and ask where they get their inspiration, how deep they have to dig. I mean, sometimes it’s spooky how evil these characters can be. The High Mage of Eld is one of those villains. He’s taken centuries to hatch his plans, […]
Tweet Lady of Light and Shadows is the second half of C.L. Wilson’s original 1,000-page manuscript. That’s one of the reasons (a 1,000-page manuscript from a new author being another) her Tairen Soul series was rejected several times before finally being published. At that time, C.L., in her wildest dreams, never imagined her book would […]
Tweet I look at this cover now and think how crazy I was to judge the fantasy story inside as something I probably wouldn’t like. Now this cover as well as the other four in this series are some of my favorites. The old saying is true: Don’t judge a book its cover. This is […]