Tag: novella

Jun 21
{Review} Dark Fae by Lillian Cartier

{Review} Dark Fae by Lillian Cartier

Dark Fae is part of the Skeleton Key book series. I really love the set up of this series. It is a group of almost 30 authors, each one writing a book featuring a skeleton key that unlocks a secret world. But all of the books are vastly different. Different themes, different age groups and different sub genres. I just love that idea. So whether you like young adult, new adult or adult, you will be able to find a book for you. If you want to know more information about the series you can check out the website dedicated to the books. Skeleton Key Book Series One Skeleton Key. Endless Adventures. https://skeletonkeybookseries.com Dark Fae is an adult fae novella by Lillian Cartier. A woman who thinks she has no family, discovers that a long lost aunt has left her a house and strange key. When she unlocks a door in her aunt’s house she is brought to the world of the Fae, where she meets Nyx. I really loved… Read more »

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Feb 20
{Book Review} Snowy Fate by Marissa Dobson

{Book Review} Snowy Fate by Marissa Dobson

Snowy Fate by Marissa Dobson ebook Publication Date: December 23rd 2011 by Ruby Lioness Press Age Group: Adult  Source: Author Series: N/A Challenge(s): Ebook challenge, 150+ reading challenge Buy this Book: Amazon Summary(from Goodreads): Fate always knows when you’re ready for love.The past is catching up with Aspyn Layton. The father she never knew passed away and she is left to deal with his estate. An unexpected snowstorm has her stranded at the one place she didn’t want to be—her father’s house—with a naked man.Damon Andrews has a secret, one he shared with Aspyn’s father. He must convince Aspyn there is more to life than what she knows. How will she react when she finds out he is a mountain lion, and she is his mate? Their fates are intertwined. This is a short Novella that you can devour in one quick sitting. I would suggest this book to people that want a cute short story. I enjoyed it, but it was a bit short for me. I don’t normally read novellas… Read more »

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