Author: Michelle M. Pillow

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May 30
{ARC Review} Hunted by the Dragon by Michelle M. Pillow

{ARC Review} Hunted by the Dragon by Michelle M. Pillow

Hunted by the Dragon  is the fourth book in the adult paranormal (sci fi?) series, Captured by a Dragon-Shifter by Michelle M. Pillow. I have only read one book by Michelle in the past- Love Potions, and it was a very different kind of story. So while I didn’t love Hunted by the Dragon as much as I loved Love Potions (which had hot scottish warlocks…umm hello?!) I did really enjoy it. It is about a race of dragon shifters that are from another planet. They have to come to earth to find their mates in human women, because their race doesn’t have very many women. I came into this series a little late, and while I had no problem following the storyline, I do think I would have benefited from reading the first three books in the series. I think it would have given me some more context into the history of the dragon shifters and their world. Hunted by the Dragon takes place primarily on earth, so I still don’t… Read more »

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Jun 05
{ARC Review} Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

{ARC Review} Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

Love Potions is the first book in the Warlocks MacGregor series. It follows one of the MacGregor sons, Erik. I think that each of the books will follow a different member of the MacGregor clan, which will be very exciting because it is easy to see from this story how tight knit their family is. It is also so much fun to watch them joke around with each other. The MacGregors are a bunch of pranksters. And throw magic into the mix, and well let’s just say that some of their pranks get a little inventive. And all of the MacGregors are as hot as sin, so you know their romances are going to be great. And Erik’s certainly was. Erik is used to getting everything and everyone that he wants. Girls have a tendency to throw them him, so when he meets his next door neighbor and she doesn’t give into him right away, he seems to be a little off kilter. I liked that Lydia was so strong… Read more »

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