Slay Bells Ring by Karen Rose Smith

The winter holidays are fast approaching in the seventh book of the Caprice De Luca Home Staging Mysteries, and what should be a festive time for the residents in a small Pennsylvania town turns to sorrow when a beloved citizen is murdered. Though Caprice De Luca has been warned by family and the police to not interfere in these types of investigations, her inquisitive nature plus the desire to help friends will have her once again trying to find anything that points to the identity of the killer. Though her prying questions sometimes put the amateur detective in danger, it will not stop her from seeking answers. I really enjoyed this compelling mystery where nothing is ever known for certain until the final piece of evidence is revealed. Karen Rose Smith interweaves family matters with countless mysteries, making SLAY BELLS RING delightfully intriguing.

When a couple in Kismet, Pennsylvania decide they want to sell their house, Caprice De Luca offers to use her expertise as a home stager and help them get a quick offer. Since it is November, she uses Christmas decorations to highlight the features in the older home to make it appealing. While talking to Sara Merriweather who lives in the house, Caprice learns that it was her husband Chris’s idea to sell as she really does not want to move. It seems the normally jovial man has been more subdued lately, and his change in personality became more noticeable upon his return from a trip with fellow veterans.

As the days go by and Christmas gets closer, Caprice keeps working with the Merriweathers. Every time she sees Chris, he appears preoccupied, making her wonder what could be bothering him. When he is discovered killed by a Christmas decoration, the whole town is sad to hear the man who crafted toys and even played Santa Claus was dead. With Chris being such a good friend of her dad’s, Caprice wants the culprit found swiftly and perhaps she can find some answers on her own.

There are scenes in the story where holiday fun, family gatherings, and pet antics are taking place, and these events give insight into the nature of Caprice. Her family is extremely important to her, and now that Grant is her fiancé, he is also a vital part of her life. How she interacts with loved ones demonstrates her compassionate side, and this concern is shown to others when a murder occurs. In SLAY BELLS RING, a client is mysteriously killed, and Caprice wants to help his family discover what happened. As more and more details about the life of Chris are exposed, I along with all those investigating felt confused and often at a loss. Karen Rose Smith skillfully sprinkles in informative hints, if one pays very close attention. SLAY BELLS RING has plenty of mysteries to keep the guesses coming.

With the Christmas season being a big part of the story, there are lots of celebrations where tasty food is being served. I certainly want to try out one of the recipes included in the book. The Pennsylvania setting had me remembering my visits to this state, and now I want to revisit. Another entertaining installment in the Caprice De Luca Home Staging Mystery series, and I look forward to more escapades featuring these likable characters.

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Series:  Caprice De Luca Mystery – Book 7

Publisher:  Kensington

Releases:  October 31, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y9ukdy7v

Genre:  Mystery

Author website:  http://karenrosesmithmysteries.com/

Rating:  4.5 Stars

A Pregnant Courtesan for the Rake by Diane Gaston

The third book in the Society of Wicked Gentlemen miniseries is about a man who has felt little love in his life and has doubts of ever experiencing it. When his path crosses with a woman who actually has him feeling at ease, their futures become unexpectedly entangled and both lives are never the same. Diane Gaston makes her main couple very interesting, and I immediately became concerned for the well-being of these two lonely individuals. A PREGNANT COURTESAN FOR THE RAKE is engagingly believable with realistic circumstances. I really felt as though each scene could have taken place during this period in history.

Since Oliver Gregory is part owner of a club in London which caters to gentlemen, he has traveled to Paris in order to check out similar establishments in that city and get some new ideas. He and three other men started the club as a way to give people a place where various pleasures could be enjoyed with anonymity. During his trip, Oliver meets an Englishwoman, Cecilia Lockhart, and the two have a wonderful chat plus spend an even more gratifying night together.

When Oliver leaves Paris the next day, he never expected to see the enticing Cecilia again. But after she shows up in London, he is completely stunned, especially upon learning her news about carrying his child. Though being a father and having a wife were not something Oliver thought would happen to him, he comes to realize after spending time with her that there is no way he will let Cecilia go through this situation alone.

There is a clever concept behind the Society of Wicked Gentlemen miniseries, and the installment by Diane Gaston adds many new aspects to the storyline. With the author putting in relevant information about the previous connected books, this story can be thoroughly enjoyed on its own. There are numerous references to actual people, places, and events, and these facts cause any happenings to come across as more convincing. Ms. Gaston makes her Regency story very colorful, and I particularly liked reading about all the delicious foods and drinks of the era. The author has also included several much-loved activities from that time.

A PREGNANT COURTESAN FOR THE RAKE has emotional heartrending moments. Although the backgrounds of Cecilia and Oliver are vastly different, both have been treated unfairly and now feel dejected. I really got a sense of how much the past affected these two, and their journey to possible happiness has lots of obstacles. Whether it was doubts about their relationship or interference from outside forces, I quickly became caught up in not only what was occurring but also what would be the consequences. The choices Oliver and Cecilia must sometimes make are extremely hard, and it was often nerve-wracking to wait on their decisions because of the effect it would have on their relationship. Ms. Gaston definitely kept me entertained the whole time I was reading.

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Series:  Society of Wicked Gentlemen

Publisher:  Harlequin Historical

Releases:  October 17, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y78tevd9

Genre:  Historical

Author website:  http://dianegaston.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

Kiss in the Dark by Sharon Ashwood

Since a ghost has always been a favorite paranormal being, I was very excited about the premise of the Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop series. Though most situations in the previous three books have been about normal contemporary events, many of the incidents in the fourth story have a supernatural aspect to them. Sharon Ashwood has conceived numerous innovative ideas for her contribution to the series, and each one made me want to consider the possibility of the circumstances being true. KISS IN THE DARK is imaginatively original all the way through. Some of the current happenings in Corsair’s Cove just might be caused by a curse, and though no one is ready to admit that the legendary hauntings are real, some rather strange occurrences do take place at times. Every fact seems very genuine, and if a place actually had such an unusual past, I would definitely like to visit the area for a chance to interact with all the current residents and perhaps encounter something paranormal.

When Eloise Wilson came to Corsair’s Cove, Washington, she was thankful for the opportunity to have a place to live, because she has yet to find work after graduating from college. The rent-free room is located above the Red Gem’s Chocolates and Confections, the business a great-aunt willed to her and three other cousins. What Eloise did not expect was to find Captain Daniel Blackthorne, the town’s most famous ghost, was also living in the building. While she knows all too well that spirits live amongst us, since they became visible to her when younger, she wants the long-ago pirate gone and just hopes her protections can keep him away from her.

An upcoming Hallowe’en charity event sponsored by the chocolate shop will let Eloise use her marketing skills to aid in making a big profit, and she needs to concentrate on the event, not the persistent ghost in her apartment. But Daniel has to break the curse put upon him by midnight on the 31st, or he will lose everything. If he can help Eloise to fall in love, then he can save himself. Yet getting close enough to assist her is not easy when she makes him keep his distance.

The town of Corsair’s Cove is filled with a vast assortment of residents, and these individuals have their own personalities and behavior. None are more unique than Eloise, but she is hiding a painful past that she feels nobody would understand. I really felt for her, and was so hopeful that perhaps this move would be the one where she is finally accepted. With every interaction with Daniel, I could sense a change in them both. But with such huge challenges for them to face, I could not see a positive outcome for either of them. I simply adored Daniel from the moment he is met, and some of his responses are rather hilarious while others are dramatically serious. Eloise is someone who only wants to be loved for herself, and her fears and anguish came across as so realistic. I am so glad to have met the many appealing residents in the series, and am looking forward to my next visit. KISS IN THE DARK is intriguingly fascinating and very believable.

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Series:  Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop – Book 4

Publisher:  Rowan & Ash Artistry

Releases:  September 30, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/yb3u5cc6

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://www.rowanartistry.com/authors/sharon-ashwood/

Rating:  4.5 Stars

Kiss on the Beach by Shelley Adina

With each new story in the Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop series, additional facts are learned about a town with a very colorful history. Since Corsair’s Cove is along the coast, it once had its share of pirates and questionable residents. Curses and supposedly haunted places are part of the charm, and the town even celebrates with a Pirate Fest. But when a man and woman with very little in common meet up again after years apart, they discover the town that she once called home is a place where dreams might possibly come true, if risks are willing to be taken. Shelley Adina makes KISS ON THE BEACH entertaining with an engaging couple and compelling circumstances. The story certainly kept my attention during every riveting scene.

After receiving word that she was now part owner of a shop in Corsair’s Cove which offers chocolate items for sale, the only thought Brynn Kato has is to sell the unwanted inheritance to her three cousins. When she arrives in the town located along the Washington coast, she wants to quickly sign the necessary papers and return to her job working at Ocean Technology because several critical matters require her attention. But her carefully thought out plan falls apart when nothing goes as anticipated, and Brynn is forced to stay longer than expected.

Being back in Corsair’s Cove puts Jamie Finlayson in her life once more. He is the man with whom she shares fond childhood memories, yet there can never be anything between them now as their lives are way too different. Since Jamie has not completely gotten over what he felt for Brynn since they were younger, he hopes her short time in their hometown will let her realize what they could have together.

There are at times an enchanted feel to Corsair’s Cove, and each interesting detail that is revealed about the town always captured my thoughts. Wanting to know about anything supernatural kept me eagerly reading to uncover the truth. Regardless of what is going on, every incident is realistically depicted and made me want to believe. One aspect of the story which is very enjoyable is whenever Bonney the parrot is featured. This talkative bird had me smiling and wanting to see what witty comment she would say next.

KISS ON THE BEACH has spirited characters and heartfelt feelings being expressed. The romantic path created for Brynn and Jamie is sometimes emotional, while other instances are more carefree. Shelley Adina has created a couple who must consider how they want their futures to turn out. She has achieved her life’s goals, or so she thinks, but being back where she grew up gives her lots to ponder. Jamie is a wonderful man, so friendly and kind, yet thinks marriage may pass him by. I never knew how these two would interact with one another, but I was sure it would be with true-to-life responses. This series becomes more fascinating with each new release, and I am highly eager to find out more secrets in the fourth story.

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Series:  Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop – Book 3

Publisher: Moonshell Books, Inc.

Releases:  September 15, 2017.

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/ycqxg9gx

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://shelleyadina.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

Kiss in the Wind by Rachel Goldsworthy

The Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop series continues with a second installment, where lives are once again changed because the wishes of one cunning woman requests it. Livy Tarbert has a good career as an employee at a food company in Chicago, but she has dreams of being able to create her own concoctions one day and not always following the directions of someone else. When she comes to Corsair’s Cove to work with her cousin, she is eager to try out a variety of recipes that have been in her mind. But Livy quickly discovers the new position still makes her answerable to others. Rachel Goldsworthy takes this independent woman on a journey of self-discovery, where emotions are often conflicted. KISS IN THE WIND is delightfully enjoyable, and I want to believe these characters and the old-fashioned town actually exist.

When Livy Tarbert found out part ownership of Red Gem’s Chocolates and Confections was her inheritance from a great-aunt, she is excited about the prospect of living in Corsair’s Cove and working in the family business. With a degree in chemistry, she hopes to come up with some original ideas which will make the chocolate sold at the shop even more tasty. Since Livy’s social life has been pretty much nonexistent for years, she will not have any difficulty in putting much time into making her aspirations a reality.

There are many good memories for Livy when she thinks about Corsair’s Cover and her childhood visits, and right after arriving in town, she meets some citizens whom she does not know. One man in particular stands out, and the owner of Zephyr’s Rest Tavern seems determined to have her join in various community activates. But what Mack Johanssen secretly wants is for Livy to become involved with him personally.

In KISS IN THE WIND, there are emotional moments, humorous incidents, and lots of engaging townsfolk. Rachel Goldsworthy had me wanting to visit the businesses that are depicted in the story, as the proprietors sound charming. What happens to the town is important to those who live in this small community, and I had a good time watching them discuss business and partake in fun events. Mack is charismatic, and his sunny disposition had me smiling. The scientific mind of Livy has kept her rather isolated from other people, and I waited to see if the local residents could get her to be more outgoing. With her being intent on developing her own creations, there are plenty of especially yummy mixtures being experimented on all through the story, making me very hungry for something sweet. Also, once again there is as indication that something paranormal might perhaps be occurring, and I am eager to find out what is really going on.

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Series:  Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop – Book 2

Publisher:  Amazon Digital Services LLC

Releases:  August 31, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/ybgeh5ks

Genre:  Contemporary

Author Website:   https://rachelgoldsworthy.com/ 

Rating:  4 Stars

Kiss at the Cove by Lee McKenzie

In the first book of the Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop series, much information is given that sets the foundation for all four stories. Significant characters are introduced, while important details that impact the future are also conveyed. The picturesque town of Corsair’s Cove is depicted with very colorful visuals, and these striking images let me fully experience the region as though I was actually there. Lee McKenzie is definitely skilled at drawing the reader into her stories, and I constantly felt like the residents were people whom I wanted to know. KISS AT THE COVE is an entrancing start to an original series, sprinkled with compelling emotions and featuring fascinating characters.

Although Prudence Parker could have moved away from Corsair’s Cove, Washington just like her three cousins, she decided to live in the coastal community and be a wedding planner. She also watches over an elderly great-aunt who runs Red Gem’s, a local shop that makes chocolate treats and is allegedly haunted. Some days are rather hectic, but Prudence gets much satisfaction when her hard work results in a successful wedding.

Sadly, the romance in her life has not gone well, as two upcoming marriages were called off by her. When Prudence meets a biologist who is now living in the area to work on a research project, she sees him as very appealing. But Spencer MacKewan has his own romantic problems, as his fiancée decided they should not wed at the last minute, so neither is interested in starting a new relationship. However, fate sometimes has other ideas.

There are several serious emotional issues in the story, ones which really touched me on a deep level. The reactions of the characters are very convincing, and this added to the believability in KISS AT THE COVE. While certain moments are moving, others contain humorous situations or comments. Prudence and Spencer are a delight from the beginning, as they had such likable dispositions. Whether they were interacting with each other or someone else, I was always involved in how they would behave. As they face what life throws at them, I came to like each of them even more.

Since the chocolate shop might be haunted, I am looking forward to seeing how this fact is carried out in upcoming releases, especially since I enjoy the paranormal so much. KISS AT THE COVE is a captivating contemporary romance, where a hint of the supernatural could lead to surprising possibilities.

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Series:  Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop – Book 1

Publisher:  Self

Releases:  August 12, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y7sxhsq5

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://www.leemckenzie.com/

Rating:  4.5 Stars

De-Witched by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom

A story set in Salem is the perfect way to get in the mood for Halloween. It has good witches who try to keep innocents safe, while another group only wants to carry out evil deeds. When a werewolf comes to town, both he and one particular female witch know very little about each other’s abilities. But it does not take long for these two to become well acquainted, plus discover that there might be something special brewing between them. Linda Thomas-Sundstrom has created a delightfully entertaining story in her Dark vs. Light series, where futures and hearts are on the line in DE-WITCHED. I was totally charmed by this enchanting book.

When werewolf Kade Willis travels to Salem, Massachusetts to preside over a meeting for his Los Angeles law firm, there is trouble with his hotel room reservation. Forced to stay at a local bed and breakfast, all he thinks about is completing his upcoming discussion with clients and returning home. But with his trip taking place right before Samhain, Kade is in for several unexpected developments.

Upon coming in contact with Loren Beck Broom, his innkeeper, Kade feels entranced by the mysterious woman whose nearness puts his werewolf senses on high alert. She also feels her new guest is not quite normal, and it seems a large number of witches with bad intentions are very interested in him. It is a good thing Loren is a formidable witch, as Kade needs plenty of protection.

Paranormal books by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom always keep me enthralled during the countless imaginative scenes. In DE-WITCHED, two beings get to showcase their supernatural capabilities when they must face enemies. Characters conceived by this author are repeatedly unique, as their skills are not the norm, and I enjoyed seeing what Loren and Kade could do when the need arose. I also like a story where surprising incidents occur, and the couple has to experience one unanticipated escapade after another. The longing in their relationship builds quickly, yet doubts have them questioning what their next course of action should be. Kade is a very lovable man, and his charming personality shines through often. I thought Loren was spirited, and her behavior had me liking her all the more. Another captivating story from the talented Linda Thomas-Sundstrom.

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Series:  Dark vs. Light

Publisher:  GothicScapes

Releases:  September 29, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y9whmxjc

Genre:  Paranormal

Author website:  http://www.lindathomas-sundstrom.com/

Rating:  4.5 Stars

Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck by Molly Harper

Lots of smiles are guaranteed when reading a book by Molly Harper, and this fact is repeatedly proven in the first book of the Southern Eclectic series. With its unique individuals and comical situations, I quickly became caught up in the lives of these exceptional characters. The appeal of living in a small town is shown in a number of positive ways, yet there is a downside because residents are often privy to specific information which is best left unknown. In this story, a woman thought she knew what was best for her and acted accordingly. But all it takes is one visit back home, and her life choices suddenly become questionable. I laughed so many times yet also felt very emotional during certain scenes, as Molly Harper ingeniously makes SAVE A TRUCK, RIDE A REDNECK entertainingly realistic.

When Marianne McCready graduated from high school four years ago, she believed getting away from the coastal town of Lake Sackett, Georgia would ensure her life turned out well. Breaking up with her boyfriend, Carl Dawson, right before leaving was exceedingly difficult, yet she also thought it was for the best. Marianne has not been back home very much, mostly because she wanted to avoid Carl, but she has decided to stay with her family for several months until law school starts in the fall.

Unfortunately for Marianne, the first person that she encounters is Carl, and there is little warmth in his greeting. But as the two keep running into each other from time to time, feelings they once shared start resurfacing. Now Marianne has to decide if her future is in another city, or if staying in her hometown can actually bring contentment.

Though the story is a novella, it is certainly not short on enjoyment. There are many distinctive characters whose personalities brought me joy every time they commented, and the behavior of some people was laughable but sadly true-to-life. Molly Harper always manages to create original individuals for her stories, and many of those in SAVE A TRUCK, RIDE A REDNECK are people whom I would really like to know. The quaint hometown feel in the story had me thinking about where I live, and then grinning as I pictured some of the same occurrences taking place in my area.

Marianne and Carl are a delightful couple. Watching them rehash old hurts was rather painful at times, but just like real life, there are often challenges to overcome. Whenever they talked, I anxiously waited to see what would happen next. Their interaction with other town citizens is sometimes hilarious, while other moments were more poignant, making a perfect blend of emotional conflict with witty humor. Marianne’s dealings with her family were also insightful, as it let me get to know all her wonderful relatives. I am glad this is a series, because I want to revisit with these fascinating characters many times.

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Series:  Southern Eclectic

Publisher:  Pocket Star

Releases:  October 16, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y9aadkhx

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://mollyharper.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

The Look of Love by Julia Kelly

In the first book of the Matchmaker of Edinburgh series, emotional issues become very complicated when turmoil enters the lives of two individuals. A man from England and a Scottish woman have a friendship in 1875, and while not everything in their lives is rosy, the many companionable moments they spend together bring much enjoyment. But it only takes one wrong decision to change both their lives forever. I eagerly kept reading to discover what would ultimately happen to them. Julia Kelly takes the couple down a path where choices are not always easy, and much soul-searching must be done when entanglements arise. THE LOOK OF LOVE has unpredicted developments, sincere feelings, and engaging characters.

Though most women Ina Duncan’s age would be looking for a husband, she plans to stay single since most men would not give their approval of her working on sculptures. While attending a gathering at the home of Moira Sullivan, she ends up in a situation where her reputation could be destroyed. With the host being a renowned matchmaker, she concocts a solution which will have Ina marrying her best friend, Gavin Barrett.

The writer has known Ina for several years, and although he has adored her since their first meeting, he has never revealed his feelings and just let her think of him as a close acquaintance. So when it is strongly suggested that he marry her so she will not be banished from society, Gavin readily agrees. When the couple wed, Ina has some rules for them to follow, yet like much in life, things do not always go as wished.

Julia Kelly begins her new series with a compelling theme about matchmaking, and THE LOOK OF LOVE is a historical romance filled with realistic challenges and heartfelt emotions. Although Gavin and Ina were very familiar with the other, neither thought a wedding would ever bind them together. I never knew what was going to happen to them, as one unpredictable incident after another keeps occurring. Both have aspirations that they want to achieve, but some type of obstacle often kept them from reaching a certain goal. During this time period, women were definitely hindered by how society dictated their behavior, while birth order frequently had a man seen as the less important son. Gavin and Ina may be good friends and share much of their life experiences with each other, but she is clueless as to how he really thinks about her. This secret plays a big part in the story, and what they come to realize as they explore the depths of their inner feelings could greatly affect their futures. Their relationship is believable, as reactions are candidly forthright, and some of their comments contain delightful humor. I enjoyed watching the couple go through the many ups and downs of being married. Julia Kelly has brought an entertaining romance to life with compelling details.

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Series:  Matchmaker of Edinburgh – Book 1

Publisher:  Pocket Star

Releases:  October 9, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y8mv6u77

Genre:  Historical

Author website:  http://www.juliakellywrites.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

The Witch’s Quest by Michele Hauf

The Decadent Dames miniseries is about three witches who run a brewery in Minnesota, and one of them really wants to find a man who will feel affection for her regardless of how she looks or her personality. Using a particular spell seems harmless, but the life of Valor Hearst dramatically changes when she attempts to find love. Since Michele Hauf wrote the story, it is filled with unique details plus very lively characters, and numerous scenes kept me captivated. The Beautiful Creatures world created by this author is always a treat to visit, and I found the developments in THE WITCH’S QUEST to be notable and constantly adventurous.

To appear more appealing to men, witch Valor Hearst entered a forest said to be enchanted so something specific could be located in order to cast a love spell. There is a warning about the area related to witches, and her situation quickly turns grim when the threat becomes a reality. But before her life is ended, a faery named Kelyn Saint-Pierre comes to her aid by giving up something very important to him so Valor can be saved.

Although prior to the incident in the forest, Kelyn would have liked for Valor to be in his life as more than just a possible friend. Now he only wants to avoid her and forget what happened. Yet she is not going to give up on paying him back, whether he wants her to or not. Kelyn finally agrees to a plan which Valor devises, one that will hopefully help him regain what was lost. As the couple travel about in search of certain supernatural items, they discover many truths.

THE WITCH’S QUEST is magically believable. It is always easy to visualize the scenes constructed by Michele Hauf, as her wording so clearly expresses how every aspect looks and is being carried out. What I repeatedly enjoy about Ms. Hauf’s work is the originality found all throughout the book, and her talent once again shines in this fun story. From travels to various parts of the world to scenes taking place back home in Minnesota, I felt like I was seeing the areas through the eyes of the characters. The many escapades that Valor and Kelyn experience are inventive and sometimes dangerous, yet some humorous moments can also be found from time to time. Many past characters from previous books make appearances, and it was great seeing what they were currently doing. But if the books have not been read, enough information is told so a reader is not lost. There are a wide variety of paranormal beings in the story, and each one has its own personal traits and nature as only Michele Hauf can portray.

Valor may seem to be a witch who is always in control yet she is actually vulnerable when it comes to men, but being around Kelyn gives her a big boost as his considerate nature makes her feel more confident. He is such a wonderful hero, giving of himself even when he does not benefit. A witch and faery may not seem like they could ever be in a lasting relationship, and there are several incidents where issues could either draw them together or tear them apart.

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Series:  Decadent Dames

Publisher:  Harlequin Nocturne

Releases:  October 1, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/yagfqudy

Genre:  Paranormal

Author website:  http://www.michelehauf.com/

Rating:  4.5 Stars