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Book Review: The Dragon CEO's Assistant by Jenn Burke

The Dragon CEO's Assistant (Golden Kingdom, #2)The Dragon CEO's Assistant by Jenn Burke
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Le sigh. Le purrrrrrrr.

Dragons and other mythical creatures living in the same world as humans, romance, a little tension and a mystery to solve. What's not to like about this book? Oh and it's set in CANADA! In Ottawa!!! Another place I have lived in and know. This made my maple leafy heart so so happy.

The plot has some tried and true tropes, but that doesn't mean it wasn't exceptionally written and oh so much fun to read.

Boy has amnesia, big bad dragon boss is secretly a marshmallow and his gooey center belongs to amnesia boy. There is denial of want, there is past trauma to overcome, there is mayhem and mystery, well meaning siblings and a not so clean cop running amuck (amuck! amuck! amuck!). Yup, lots of tropes and I reveled in each and every one of them coz, as the saying goes, if it ain't broke don't fix it!

Jenn Burke paints very well with words and, because I've been there, I can say her description of the Ottawa valley etc are spot on and gorgeous. And her boys are sexy, her story is fun to read. All in all, another solid book by this faboo author. Now I'm off to hunt up the other book in this series, which I missed out on for some scandalous reason!

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Book Review: Second Song, Sugarhouse Blues #1 by Edie Danford

Second Song (Sugarhouse Blues, #1)Second Song by Edie Danford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

You ever want a book that tugs on your heart strings, makes you ugly cry and leaves you completely satisfied when you finish? This is the book!

Second Song is the story of a singer reclaiming his life and his passion and finding love. It's the story of a man who felt a debt was owed fulfilling that debt and maybe discovering there is a happily ever after for him despite not looking for it.

This is the story of various types of redemption and rebirth for three main characters - former singer Sage Hazen who survived an insane stalker when his bodyguard and friend did not. And the guilt of his surviving is as constant as the music he stills hears even though he can no longer sing.

The bodyguard's brother - Antonio - feeling guilty because he was serving in the military when his brother died - builds his brother's dream of a security agency while taking care of Marco's widow and twin boys. When the opportunity to protect the young man his brother died trying to save presents itself, Antonio figures it's a sign.

Shiloh Galaxy. Sage's best friend - needy, abused and neglected, with the voice of an angel and the family from hell.

Second Song is Shiloh's chance at a better life, Sage's chance to reclaim a part of himself and Antonio's chance to make peace with his past before moving towards his future. And maybe they'll all eventually get their happily ever afters.

The writing is amazing, the story that Edie weaves is magical and I cannot wait to read Shiloh's shot at love in the next book.

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Book Review: Sirens Heart - Dylan Rivers Chronicles #3 by Richard Amos

Siren's Heart (Dylan Rivers Chronicles #3)Siren's Heart by Richard Amos
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow. Just WOW!

So I have loved Richard Amos' books since I read the first Coldharbour Chronicles book and his storytelling just gets better and better.

In the 3rd installment of the Dylan Rivers arc, we finally see Dylan come into his own. He has embraced his destiny - and his men - but the Oil Barons are still out there and now the Council has declared war. Dylan must complete the tests put to him by the Water Spirits and find the strength to confront his past in the form of the mind mage, Darius and the beast Darius forced him to raise in Book 2.

With his friends and lovers at his side, Dylan must once more travel to the city that freezes and sing the song of stone. But at what price?

War with the Oil Barons is here and there will be casualties. Who will fall, who will rise?

Can't wait for Book 4 because, daaaayaaaaam.

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Book Review: Consorts of the Red King by Eden Winters

Consorts of the Red KingConsorts of the Red King by Eden Winters
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In a future where humans have colonized the cosmos, two rebels, Van Orskey and Tayn Kassik, fight against the ruthless and corrupt Federation by raiding, smuggling contraband and running clandestine missions for the rebel Coalition who is trying to break the Federation's hold on the galaxy with the help of a one of a kind space ship called the Cormorant.

But their activities haven't gone unnoticed and someone... or something is gunning for them. Tayn get's trapped in the ship's circuitry, his body destroyed, and Van is left to try and find a way to get a body for his brother-in-arms/best friend/ lover. Through complete happenstance they are sent on a mission to the planet Akiak, a planet of strategic importance to both sides in the fight for galactic dominance, where a coup has taken place.

Van rescues the rightful heir to the throne, Prince Jorvik, and Jorvik soon falls for both Van and Tayn. The two vow to help the prince reclaim his home as well as figure out who betrayed them and find a way for all of them to stay together.

This book was interesting and I enjoyed it. The plot was well thought out and the world building was interesting.

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Book Review: The Witch's Blood - Ellwood Chronicles 3 by Michele Notaro

The Witch's Blood (The Ellwood Chronicles #3)The Witch's Blood by Michele Notaro
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Okay this book left me SHOOK!! In an amazingly good way but, dayam Michele Notaro... you cruel to leave a girl with a cliffhanger like the end of this book, just sayin'!

So this is the 3rd installment of the Ellwood Chronicles (well technically it's 3.5) and this series just keeps getting better and better.

In this book we get to learn more about Emrys and Julius, specifically the reason why Emrys did what he did in .5 and all the reasons behind the seal that was placed on his chest and.... dayaaaam. There are a few authors I read who love to torture their characters, Michele has just joined that group! I won't spoil the story but, O.M.F.G. We also get to see more of Sebastian and Ailin and all the kids as well as meet some new allies and a metric ton of new foes.

The story progression is well thought out, the shift from the first two books being Seb-Ailin centric to this book being Emrys-Julius makes perfect sense and ties in beautifully to the overarching plot that Michele is creating. The world building continues to be 'visually' stunning and we get more and more into the minds of the main characters. Also the heat factor between Jules and Em was like 11 out of 10. Muy Caliente!

I am loving this series and can't wait to see what the author does in the next book. Well I know what she's gonna do... make it hurt. But it's gonna hurt so good!

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Book Review: Not Another Hero by Wendy Rathbone

Not Another HeroNot Another Hero by Wendy Rathbone
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I give this book a solid 3.5 out of 5 stars.

It was a fun, light-hearted romp through Space set in the sometime future when humans can travel between planets.

And it's a straight up (pardon the pun) porny book about space-style reality shows to the nth degree - or in this case the porn degree. The ship is manned by 'heroes' who are basically actors who have lots of sex and look pretty while the dull and boring 'scientific stuff' is done off camera. It was a way for the corporations to make money off of space exploration - think Love Island except on a space ship careening through the cosmos.

But - plot twist! - there may be a _real_ scientist on board masquerading as a hero.

This book was pure porny fluff and I thoroughly enjoyed it. A modern day Harlequin mashed with a cod-piece ripper and a touch of original Star Trek or 'Pigs in Space'... you remember that show from the muppets, don't you?

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Book Review: The Winter Quarters by Anna Veriani

The Winter QuartersThe Winter Quarters by Anna Veriani
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was lovely and sweet and a feel good romance that I really needed to read.

Kai Ledging is a reluctant reality tv star who really dislikes how fake his life is. TV cameras in his face all the time recording everything from his fake joy at being a reality start to his fake apartment to his fake fights to his OH SO FAKE boyfriend - who also happens to be a douche and straight. But the reality show is his mom's baby and he's never been able to say no to her, not when she sacrificed everything, moved from Japan to America and scraped her way up to her own fashion label and her own reality show all while being a single mother because his Caucasian dad did't want to leave Japan or his life there.

But he's so so tired of it all. So Kai escapes, loses his security detail and hops a plane to the one place that has always been 'home' to him. The Asada Inn in rural Japan, the place his best friend from childhood is running and set to inherit. Hiro Asada is one of the few 'real' people in Kai's life and he clings to his friendship and his friend's family as he tries to figure out just what he wants from his own life. Well other than Hiro because Hiro is straight and his best friend despite Kai still carrying a secret crush for his bestie.

Except Hiro isn't straight anymore. He's come out to his parents and extended family. His parents still expect him to marry a woman, however, because how could a man take up all the hostess duties of their traditional style Inn? So Kai and Hiro's grandmother cook up a scheme to help Hiro prove that two men can run the Inn as successfully as a man and a woman. And in the process Kai and Hiro find out that their relationship goals are a lot more in tune with each other than not.

Now if only Kai can figure out a way to break his contract and get out of reality tv so that he can have a _real_ life with the man he's loved forever.

I _adored_ this book. It was just the balm to my soul I needed. It was sweet and easy and a small glimpse into rural Japan I rarely get in books. It will easily become a go-to favorite whenever I need a feel good book to read. I cannot recommend this book enough.

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Book Review: The Marshal's PI by Este Holland

The Marshal's PI (Yours to Protect: Book Two)The Marshal's PI by Este Holland
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

3.5 out of 5 stars.

First time reader of this author and I enjoyed the book but would reccomend reading the first book in the series before reading this one.

Although this book can be read as a stand alone there were situations and already established characters in the book that muddled the story, as well as the fact that the two MCs had backstory that appeared in the first book.

I did find some of the scene transitions a little jumbled and there was a lot of awkward speeding forward of the plot just to get to the next bit so the story felt rushed in places. Other than that I really liked the characters and the plot line.

This is the 2nd book in the series and it resolves around PI James Kairo - Kai to his friends - and US Marshall Gannin West. West gets word from a mysterious agency that Kai is in trouble, having met him in the first book apparently. He goes haring off to Vegas to protect the man from this vague threat he's been told about and finds the PI has a hit out on him by a Vegas mob boss.

There's reference to Kai's twin brother, a hotshot in Homeland, who had been into drugs as a kid, got clean, and had an apparent relapse, a brother he hasn't seen or talked to in over a decade. There are photographs and they are used to blackmail Kai into being a messenger boy for mob, but it appears his usefulness is up.

Gannin arrives in the nick of time to help and the two men have to find a way to survive the hitman coming after Kai while dealing with Kai's reappearing brother, his family issues and a dleazy lawyer wanting to get into Kai's pants, all while falling for each other.

All-in-all an enjoyable read with an easy to follow plot, a little action, a little romance, and a happily ever after for the mcs.

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Book Review: Crown of Iron & Silver - Soulbound 3 - by Hailey Turner

A Crown of Iron & Silver (Soulbound #3)A Crown of Iron & Silver by Hailey Turner
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

All roads lead back to the Dominion Sect, even the ones that follow the Hawthorne Path.

This series just keeps getting better and better, just like Hailey's writing! I am so hooked on her as a writer it isn't funny.

Where to begin... this book is EVERYTHING. It's Patrick and Jono, Wade eating his way through the adventure, Jono taking no crap from Estelle and Youssef, THE HELLRAISERS - FINALLY!, the fae, the Celtic Pantheon, Patrick being Patrick, NADINE IS BACK, and there are so many other things that happen. This book is literally a whirlwind ride into the heart of chaos and back out again... oh, did I mention Patrick and Jono visit Tír na nÓg? Oh yeah, that happens too!

In a continuation of the first two books, Patrick and Jono are once again pitted against the Dominion Sect, who are aided by certain factions of the Celtic Pantheon this time around. The Wild Hunt and the Sluagh prey on Manhattanites as Patrick tries to figure out where a changeling came from and the NYC God Pack steps up it's attacks on Jono and his pack, causing lines to finally be drawn.

Patrick's old unit, led by Captain Gerard Breckenridge, comes for a visit and to discuss the search for the Morrigan's staff, the task that General Noah Reed, Patrick's former CO, had tasked them all with. To make matters worse, the Dominion Sect has captured the Summer Lady, grand daughter of the Queen of the Seelie, and who also happens to be Gerard's fiancee even as Estelle and Youssef's god pack step up their harrying of Jono and his pack, crossing a line from invasive to potentially deadly. New York is a city under seige from both the Seelie and the Unseelie Wild Hunt, people are terrified, and it's up to Patrick and his pack to figure out why. Deals are made that will help solidify Jono's pack's status in New York, deals that intersect with Patrick's soul debt to the Gods.

Patrick, Jono, and their pack and allies must cross the Veil, and take on the Unseelie Court in order to rescue the Summer Lady and once again stop Ethan from trying to basically destroy the world in his quest to become a God.

So get ready to Deck the halls with Iron and Silver. Have a Holly Jolly Wild Hunt, I'm Dreaming of a Hellraisers Christmas... Patrick, Jono, and their pack are up to their eyeballs in it, yet again.

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Book Review: Master of Restless Shadows by Ginn Hale

Master of Restless Shadows (Master of Restless Shadows, #1)Master of Restless Shadows by Ginn Hale
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Have you ever read a book that you couldn't stop reading but once you'd finished you couldn't say if you _liked_ it or not? That is this book. Now bear with me, I know that's not the most encouraging of things to say so let me continue...

This book has phenomenal world building and characters and I could not stop reading it. I was drawn into the story completely, and the world that Ginn Hale created. I was _fascinated_ the entire time I read this, even as I scratched my head and pondered how I felt about the book.

This is very much the set up book of the series, and so there is a lot of myth and world building that takes place. You're introduced to a plethora of plots and people and it does take some getting used to in order to keep track of everything. There are literally plots within plots being created in this first book.

I would also say this is a slow-burn sort of romance. In fact there are only hints of romance throughout the first book.

If you like books/movies/tv shows like The Neverending Story, The Princess Bride and The Black Jewel Chronicles and Game of Thrones then give this book a try... it has elements of all those types of books and is also unique and interesting. I would suggest you read the synopsis as I'm not really getting into the plot but more into the whole experience of the book.

I will definitely be reading the next in the series because... still not sure if I like it but daaang, I am curious to see where this series goes.

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Book Review: Siren's Call by Richard Amos

Siren's Call (Dylan Rivers Chronicles #2)Siren's Call by Richard Amos
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Richard Amos is back with the 2nd installment of his Dylan Rivers Chronicles, Siren's Call, and he's done it again.

In the second installment of the quest to save his home, a home he thought lost to the Oil Barons forever, last of his kind and prince of his kingdom, Dylan Rivers is back at it, slaying gnomes and notching bedposts. But reality is starting to sink in and the quest placed upon him by the water spirits takes a dark and twisted turn.

Dylan will have to rely heavily on new friends and allies, as well as lean on old ones, opening his heart to the potential of love even as he fights his past and tries to save the future. But will it be enough?

I loved the tiny homages to his past series throughout this book, and the way the author seamlessly blended the two series. The writing is slick, sharp, and stabs you in the heart. The urgency is immediate, the action is fast paced. I will never get enough of this author and can't wait to see what happens to Dylan and crew in the next book!

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Book Review: Prince of Killers by Layla Reyne (Fog City #1)

Prince of Killers (Fog City, #1)Prince of Killers by Layla Reyne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Okay first up, the warning! This book is a cliff-hanger. Do NOT expect a HEA or a HFN ending. It's the first of a series and as such it is a set up book, so no whinging at the ending coz you've been warned.

That being said.... OMG Layla has done it again!!! I am in LOVE with this book! the writing is slick, tight, fast-paced. The main character is an anti-hero you can root for, the other main character a bad-boy PI with a penchant for the anti-hero type. The plot is _spectacular_ and keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire book. I am already desperate for book 2 and I just finished book 1. Dayam.

Hawes Madigan is a successful businessman leading a million dollar family business by day, along with his twin brother, the IT guru and his sister - attorney for the downtrodden. By night he wears another name, has another job - he's the Prince of Killers, head of a a ring of assassins with a very specific type of target - the guilty - the ones who get away or use the system, who have their frat brothers and family connections get them off - the snakes and predators who should have been caught but aren't because of loop holes. These are the people that the Prince targets. But it wasn't always like that - when the King, his grandfather, ran the show things were a little more ruthless, a little less discriminating and innocent casualties were expected.

But when Hawes took over he changed that - and someone doesn't like it. Someone is gunning for the Prince, and it takes PI Dante Perry to tip him off and then protect him. Hawes reluctantly is forced to trust Dante and let him into his circle, his family, in order to protect them. Letting Perry into his bed is purely selfish, especially when he knows that Dante has his own agenda, a murder he wants solved, a murderer brought to justice... and Hawes knows just who the killer is. What will happen when Dante finds out Hawes' darkest secret? Will he still protect the prince, or deliver the killing blow?

Definitely worth 5 stars - and I'll definitely be reading the entire series because... mind blown!

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Book Review: Give Up The Ghost (Not Dead Yet #2) by Jenn Burke

Give Up the Ghost (Not Dead Yet #2)Give Up the Ghost by Jenn Burke
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The second book in the m/m paranormal series by Jenn Burke hits it out of the park - again!

As a Torontonian can I just say, OMG it is so awesome to have a series set in my city! I _know_ the places that Wes and Hud go to, I've driven those streets, been through those neighbourhoods and the Distillery District is one of my favorite places, any season of the year! Okay, local pride squee done, now for the review.

The second book in the Not Dead Yet series takes place a few months after the conclusion of Not Dead Yet (book 1). Not-really a ghost and immortal Wes Cooper is slowly rebuilding his relationship with silver-fox turned vampire, Hudson Rojas, while trying to build their private investigation business with partners Iskander and Evan - who also happens to be Hud's fledgling. And bestie Lexi is always around to help Wes, as well as act as part time investigator of their new business

But weird crap just keeps happening around Wes, and he's still trying to figure out what happened to him thanks to the Crown of Osiris, how he's _changed_. His magic is off the charts, it's too big for his skin and he's terrified of the power he has and how people - Hud - will react. How it will change how they feel about him. To say that Wes has a few abandonment fears is a bit of an understatement. Imps, tears in the other plane, hauntings and other things just keep sucking Wes back into the paranormal side of things, when Hud and Isk want to avoid the paranormal as much as possible.

When investigating a haunting as a favour for a friend, Lexi is seriously injured, Wes and company stumble across something truly horrific happening to the ghosts of Toronto which, in turn, tie into all hell breaking loose in Toronto. Demons, imps, hellhounds and really really strong ghosts drag Wes, Hud, and company into a case that may demand the ultimate sacrifice in order to save the city and protect everyone from the evil stalking them all. Is Wes ready to lose everything in order to save the city he loves?

Jenn's writing is tight, descriptive and captivating. Her characters enthrall you, the story engrosses you. Yup, I'll be reading the next book too! Definitely on my 'recommend to everyone' list.

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Book Review: The Reluctant Husband (Goddess Blessed Book 2) by Eliot Grayson

The Reluctant Husband (Goddess-Blessed, #2)The Reluctant Husband by Eliot Grayson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book I read by Eliot Grayson and I was thoroughly captivated. I read this as a stand-alone, not realizing there was a book 1 before it. I would recommend reading book 1 first, as the main character of the second book apparently was a bit of a cad in the first and by the time I realized this my heart was invested in the 'cad's' happiness.

The writing is both period and easy to follow along with. The universe is well thought out and the mythology that Grayson comes up with is really well done. If I had one complaint it would be that some of the secondary characters were left hanging so to speak, particularly the odious one that caused a certain event to happen. I was hoping to see him get his comeuppance. I would also have liked to see the MC's past be revealed to his husband, given how much it affected the story.

The main character and 'cad' Tom Drake is a disowned, soon to be divorced, rake and ne'er do well. Except he really isn't - a cad that is. He'd been taught to be ashamed of what he was, a man with the blessing of a very specific goddess. His past was what caused him to act like a cad, an attempt to run from the goddess and from what he'd been taught he was from a very early age. Sadly, it got him into a lot of hot water and now Tom was reaping the benefits from his past.

Down to his last guinea, the only thing Tom has left to barter is his body - and of course the person who wants him only seems to want him for his not so accurate reputation... until Malcolm Leighton sees the mark of the goddess upon Tom and realizes he could be of a different sort of use. For the blessing of the goddess - prosperity, good fortune and good health - automatically transfers to the family of the one blessed. Except Tom had pretty much done any and everything to earn her wrath, not her blessing. Not that Malcolm realizes that at the time, all he sees is a way to save his dying cousin by marrying Tom.

The goddess, however, doesn't believe in sham marriages and the two are forced to exist as a truly married couple in order for the blessing to work. But is it too late? And when Tom finally risks a heart that has been badly hurt and betrayed from the time he was a young child, will Malcolm see the man he truly is, or will he still continue to believe the mask that Tom has been forced to wear his entire life?

I definitely recommend this series, but do start with book 1 if you can :D

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Book Review: Killer Bond, A Ward Security Book by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliot

Killer Bond (Ward Security #5)Killer Bond by Jocelynn Drake
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

OMG what is NOT to love about another Ward Security Book by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott.

To say that I absolutely adore the world that they have created would be an understatement. Every single book is well thought out, well researched, has an amazing plot that sucks you in and lots of explosions. There are always explosions in a Drake and Elliot book. They like to make things go boom. Although... nothing went boom 'on screen' in this book. It was a bit of surprise, that.

Daniel Hendricks, Ward Security's mild-mannered, fish-out-of-water accountant has finally drummed up the hutzpah to take a vacation outside of the continental USA. That's how boring he is, going to Bermuda is a BIG adventure for him. Sun, sand, margaritas and - woah - a super hot guy to have a vacation fling with. Who knows, maybe this stepping out of his comfort zone will be good for him.

Edward Raines is a CIA agent sent to Bermuda to hunt down and kill a traitor before he can sell national top security secrets to the highest bidder. By any means necessary. So why does his target not seem like a cold blooded secret seller? In fact Daniel is hot, sweet, and the physical connection they have is off the charts!

But Daniel is not a traitor, he's an accountant from Cincinnati, and the case of mistaken identity has put him directly in the cross hairs of some very very bad people while the powers that be in the CIA is intent on using him to flush the traitors out, whether he wants to or not. Thrust into a James Bond like world of exotic locations, car chases, shoot outs and espionage, Daniel has to reconcile the man he thought he was having a vacation romance with to the person that Edward really is. He can either accept the incendiary attraction between them, thereby forgiving Edward of his duplicity, or not trust the man trying to keep him alive and get him back home to Ward Security. Tough choice.

And if he does give in to his feelings for Edward, what happens when their 'mission' is over and Daniel goes back to crunching numbers while Edward disappears into the shadows once more?

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Book Review: Siren's Debt by Richard Amos

Siren's Debt (Dylan Rivers Chronicles #1)Siren's Debt by Richard Amos
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hello, my name is ______ and I am addicted to Richard Amos books.

This is the 2nd dark urban mm romance fantasy series by Amos, and the 2nd series set in the Coldharbour Chronicles universe and damn, the man has knocked it out of the park again. If you've read the Coldharbour Chronicles you've sort of been introduced to Dylan Rivers already through the obsession of one of Jake Winters guardians Naomi, call me Nay, with his music. But now we get to meet the man behind the obsession.

Dylan Rivers is a siren. Check that, he's the LAST siren. The very last of a race slaughtered by creatures called the oil barons, who escaped to the earth realm. His very survival is a problem for the oil barons, and the fact that he's turned himself into an international pop star, beloved the world over, us just a bigger FU to them, to the point where they're constantly sending gnomes to kill him - and we're not talking your garden figurine variety of gnome either - these gnomes are kinda scary. And the attacks on his life are ramping up. But why?

There's a prophecy - there's always a prophecy - but this one could mean that maybe the refugees of the Siren realm could one day go home. Provided Dylan gets his memory back, and rights a wrong he doesn't even remember.

As intro books go, this one was fun, action-packed, and sizzling hot! Oh did I mention that sirens heal through sex? Guhhhhhhhh... there is nothing slow about the burn in this book!

Can't wait for book 2.
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