Interesting story, fluently written
The flow and the everlasting tension
Yes, character well defined
Another excellent book by this author. Fast paced, fluently written and the story spellbinding , a must read for fantasy romance.
Amazing, unbelievable, spellbinding
None, one of a kind
What can I say about this book? Nothing but you HAVE TO READ IT! Amazing story.............
Way up in my top list
Morgan, because the world needs more Vets like her
Loved her as usual, not the first narration I listened to.
Yes, when the Grim saved Morgan
I was certain, I had picked all my favorite authors, boy, il was wrong. Miss Harper joined the circle with this book. I loved it from first page to THE END.
I love the twist she gave the fairies, not all are bad but boy, they are outright mean, no wonder, you'll hold your breath for Morgan and Rhyse.
If you think logical, what story about the death dog Grim could fill a whole book with excitement, humor and romance. If you want to know, read this one!!!!
I guess, even though the story stretches, it's still interesting
, yes, as I said before still interesting story
This is my first book of this author, not bad....
But also not great, though I'm spoiled by Suzan Tisdale, Victoria Roberts, Willa Blair, Amy Amy Jarecki and ladies like this.
The book is a little too stretched and partially repeating, therefor I'll give it three stars.
The storyline is great though.
Yes, I would 100%
The intrigue of the great evil and how it's fought
No, sadly don't have the time
Loved it as usual Miss Grant spellbound me.
From the first page to the end.
Can't wait to discover what the great evil really is.
I love how Helen Wick reads it, so, yes, I prefer the audio
Poor goddess of suicide and her decision to become goddess of happiness
Humor, extreme sensitivity to Mimi's style of writing
All of the above....
Review of vampires need not apply? By Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
As usual I loved it from the first words to the pause, though I want to kill Mimi for leaving me hanging in there, no it's not a cliffhanger, but obviously I can't get enough of this author.
If one asks me, yes get the book!
The humanity in it
Fern and ambrosius, both are people like you and me
Bailey, rob pinned him
Yes, baileys funeral, when Ambrosius spoke the eulogy
This is a book, which sneaked up from the rear, surprising me with its emotional content. It's a must read though not the romance type you find in the book aisle of the everyday store. Miss Harmon spellbound me, without a lot of action, erotic scenes. This book is one of my favorites now.
Faster pace and no repeating over and over
Was first time
ALL the contious repeats
The story has potential, but......it is very dragged out by repeating over and over again why the colors were tainted and what dove meant and why arik doesn't like Devon, how much the whiney heroine missed her mother, that her father supposedly abounded them, and what a changeling was, how it was controlled and that Morgana is the very same from Arthur and so on and so on.
I really thought this would be right up my alley, it would have been.
I'm by no means a fan of fifty shades,but at least the flow did interest me enough to buy and read the remaining two books, color wielder doesn't even evoke the slightest interest to do so with its sequel.
I had to force myself to finish it, thinking it will pick up in pace, naw, never mind... Quinn can stay as Morgana's hostage, I give a dAng if Aric or Devon will get her, sorry, but as I said before BORING
Yes, it's a NICE book
Yap, but I missed Brad brogue
Romance in history
My, what to say about this one. Let's start by saying that Miss Tisdale spoiled me with her style of story telling, her fluent penmanship, her just adding enough spice without getting to obvious or vulgar, after all this author is a real lady.
All her books did spellbind me on the spot including Laiden's Daughter, but( yeah, a but, I hate it) this specific one lacks the action the others of the MacKenna books so capture a reader. Not that Laiden's daughter is boring, just it doesn't have the umph. I still can recommend this book with clear conscience for this matter.
Another weakness of this specific book is Aishlyn herself. In my minds eyes, which Miss Tisdale so daringly spoils with descriptions of people and places, the heroine is very whiney, yes, at the end she discovers her strength, but all her other heroines are sassy. I missed that.
100% it's a great book
Couldn't say, really the entire book was great
Five boys and one lass, one hero to save them all
Loved the narrator
As an addict to audible I listened, might have to do with being able not having to exit the world of books while I have to attend my chores. Anyhow, I loved the story, a few times Miss Tisdale caught me of guard thinking, ok, that must be the end, nooooooooo,it kept going. Now don't you go and think ,dang it, must be boringly dragged on and on. Quiet the opposite. The entire time I was spell bound, couldn't stop listening till I knew for sure Findley's had his lass safe and for good. Love,love,love it. I can recommend this book in any of the availability with good conscience.
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