All her life Amelia has dreamt of a Golden Prince warming her heart, promising a future that only exists in fairy tales.
Her Golden Prince, Darian, all but shatters her heart, rejecting her. Darian cannot acknowledge Amelia as his mate, his one and only, due to the darkness in his own heart.
What Darian doesn’t understand is that his rejection is sending Amelia into her own personal darkness.
Four books and yet Alanea Alder can still find a way to keep her readers engaged.
This book does not start like the others. The prologue is set thirty years earlier. It’s such a sweet and romantic way to begin. A young girls prince giving her a piece of the light from his heart in order to recognise her when she is older and they can mate officially.
As wonderful as this book is, it is much more sad than the others. One of my favourite characters becomes very injured and all hope for him seems lost.
Of course, you still have Meryn wrecking havoc. It wouldn’t be a Bewitched and Bewildered book if she wasn’t.
I really don’t want to give too much away because this is such a complete page turner with more drama than the others. It’s much more serious as well, but that doesn’t deter from the humorous parts that are there.
P.S. Felix, the sprite, made me want to start crying with him at one point!
Basically, if you’ve made it to book three, then you must read book four!
Colton Albright is a wolf shifter that is always hungry and use to be constantly smiling. Not so much anymore though. Recently he is haunted by his dreams, draining him of his usual happy energy.
Rheia Bradley lives to help others, but forgets to look after herself from time to time. When arriving in Lycaonia for protection, Colton and Rheia are united. There’s just one small glitch. Rheia must put someone else before her happiness. A small 4 year old girl that Rheia adopted. Continue reading
Gavriel Ambrosios has been dreaming of his mate for weeks, but he is reaching what is known as his apex, a time when he is at his most dangerous and his most vulnerable. Elizabeth Monroe makes her way to Lycaonia in hopes to hide out while the humans she was working with forgets the accidental dive she took out a building window. The enemy knowing what Gavriel is going through targets him, hoping to turn him feral to join them, but who is the bigger threat to Elizabeth? The unknown enemy or Gavriel? Continue reading
Fearing that their sons will never get the chance to meet their mates, the mothers of the unit warriors convince their own mates (the warriors fathers) that something must be done! So, the witch Elder casts a spell to draw their sons mates to them. Aiden McKenzie thinks a mate would get in the way of his job leading the warriors, splitting his intense focus. Then in comes Meryn Evans, a quirky, fun loving and odd character that you can’t get enough of. Their an unlikely match but Fate knows exactly what she is doing. Continue reading
Enter a world where fire and ice are mortal enemies.
In this gripping novel being a living Fireblood is a crime when your kingdom is ruled by a ruthless Frostblood king. When soldiers raid Ruby’s home, she is left with nothing and put in to a cold, dark prison.
My favourite read of 2016 was The Black Blossom by C J Anaya; it is the sequel in The Healer series. To fully understand what is happening you really should read The Healer first. Hope thought she was a normal girl living a plain life, but she was wrong. She is part of an old prophecy and possess’ a gift that could save people from evil. Add in two hot gods competing for her affection while protecting her from getting killed and you have yourself one hell of a story. Continue reading
A young boy has been killed by a local wolf pack in Mercy Falls, leaving the town scared and anxious. All except Grace. Continue reading