All the proceeds from this anthology will go to a non-profit, children’s literacy program. That alone is a fantastic reason to buy this book. But you know what really helps? This anthology is a highly recommended read! There are thirteen stories by talented authors in many different genres. Talk about something for everyone. And they all have that winter wonderland feel to them.
Summoning a Dragon by Lori Whyte
Ice Hot by Jayelle Morgan
Music of His Heart by Fionn Jameson
One Night in the Chupacabras Ranch by Ani Gonzales
Orc in Winter by Melisse Aires
Wolf on Holiday by Skye Jones
First Fight by Mima
Glitch by Megan Matthews
Try a Little Tenderness by Christa Maurice
How to Take Revenge on a Disloyal Scot by Amy Quinton
A Change on New Year’s by Lyn Brittan
A Christmas Eve Gift for Elyzabeth by Patty MacFarlane
A Daring Game by Regina Welling and Erin Lynn
Yes, that’s a lot of story and they are all really good to fantastic. My favorite has to be Music of His Heart by Fionn Jameson. It is so sweet and romantic and paranormal goodness. Love is Winter Romance is not only a fantastic read but for a great cause. I highly recommend you buy a copy for a cold winters night!
We meet Amber who is the Keeper, she protects the scrolls so there’s no war. Then there’s Seljuk (I have no idea how to pronounce this so I went with Sel or Cell), he’s going to protect her from the crazy ass shark like people that want her dead.
The beginning was too much of an information dump and the editing was a bit rough in places. However, those were the only issues. The rest of this story was so good! This was a unique story! I liked the twist on the sea people being able to have shark shifting abilities. I also loved the romance between Amber and Seljuk. They had such great chemistry! As the story progresses things get even better. Amber and Seljuk must travel to North Dakota to retrieve the scrolls. Lust, shark people hunting them and the fate of the species in their hands, hands that they can’t keep off each other.
The Prince of Elantis is a highly recommended read!
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Vodou princess Fanchon Marie, is determined to maintain her independence. That's not exactly going to happen. Two of the most powerful magical families, hers included, have demanded she marry Luca, prince of the Roma, in hopes of creating a new dynasty. And that's just the frigging start to her awesome day. Turns out the leader of the Morlena clan needs to prevent this wedding to maintain his stronghold over the region. He's determined—determined enough to both murder and raise the dead to do it. While Fanchon Marie would rather be dead than marry Luca "The World Revolves Around Me" Dobrogea, it might be a step up from the drooling undead fate the Morlena have planned for her. Maybe
Romance, Paranormal - novel
TBR reviewer: Christine
First of all – read the blurb. I think this is one of the best written blurbs I’ve read in a while. It shows the author has talent and confidence. I immediately wanted to read this, thankfully it was on the list for us to review.
Fanchon is a powerful woman with a streak of bad luck that really made me giggle. Add that to the fact that she has to marry a stuck up, Luca and there are those that don’t want that marriage to happen. Luca is only trying to do what's right and stop a war between their people. He’s a hot, good guy that comes off as an oaf.
The story had a good bit of magic that made the lack of surrounding details a little less noticeable. Then there was the action which wasn’t really action. This author needs more research/practice with those types of scenes. What’s with using fanchon’s name every few sentences? It just threw the flow off the way the name was added in. Perhaps the author was trying to make up for the uses of she, but this ‘fix’ failed miserable. There’s a lot of editing
mistakes also. What really made this book was the characters. Fanchon was entertaining and in depth. She had a sass to her that really lit the pages.
The Last Etruscan is an entertaining and sweet read.