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Book Review: Between Worlds (Faery Realm #1)

Book Title: Between Worlds (Faery Realm #1) bw

Book Author:  Jennifer Ridge

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

This is a fun and sometimes scary young adult novel about fairies, humans, and adventure where one damsel tries to safe her damsel best friend. I wasn’t sure I would like this book because the main characters are 17 year olds and I try to read less with teenagers being main characters, mainly I’m much older and I can’t relate anymore to teens but this book really pulled me. I swear, it has fae magic and pulls in readers.

For 17+ who like adventure, romance and traveling between worlds. Plus the cover is very pretty.

Book Review: The Lionheart (The Harbinger #4) @rrbooktours1 @CandaceWondrak

Book Title: The Lionheart (The Harbinger #4) tf3

Book Author: Candace Wondrak

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Okay so umm a little spoiler. Faith looses her memories which had me on edge. I was like – remember him. Come on, remember him and him and him…. okay why are you remembering that word when you need to think about your situation. It was safe to say I was laughing at myself. This book makes you blush.

A lot of things are revealed and you can take a guess with what happens in book 5 thanks to the ending at book 4. I have to say, I’m not fully happy with the ending of book 4. It has me on edge and feeling a little sad. I have no idea what will happen in book 5 but I’ll be there to read it.

This book is for 18+. There’s sex, mention of suicide and if you don’t like one sharing one person with many, you may not like this. I loved it and I didn’t think I would after I saw the relationships. I’m a mellow type of girl but the story really pulls you in. Can’t wait till book 5.

Book Review: The Dread King (The Harbinger #3) @rrbooktours1 @CandaceWondrak

Book Title: The Dread King (The Harbinger #3) tf2

Book Author: Candace Wondrak

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Okay so this one had even more surprises, especially with what Faith learns about her past with the Dread King. Faith is confused about her destiny. The Dread King is doing things differently. It’s worse than a prophesy, more of a curse. All characters learn something about themselves and start to accept things when it comes to Faith, she included.

After reading the next book, I am confused on why “him coming for her” is a bad thing. Again, you have to read to learn what I’m talking about. This book is for 18+. There’s sex, mention of suicide and if you don’t like one sharing one person with many, you may not like this. It’s an exciting world that Candace has created and I love all the imagery.

Book Review: The Fellowship (The Harbinger #2)@rrbooktours1 @CandaceWondrak

Book Title: The Fellowship (The Harbinger #2) tf

Book Author: Candace Wondrak

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

So I read the first book thanks to Shannon for a book tour in 2018. A week ago I saw that Candace has 3 more books out and bought them all and binged read. Considering I have a 40 hour job and am a mother, that took some work but so worth it.

I didn’t even guess how the books are going to proceed, especially with more handsome men showing up. Knowing who the bad guys were, like only in book 4, you get a real glimpse on who the bad guy is! Also, with the fellowship, it’s hard to choose who I like best in my book boyfriend lol Anyway, this is a fast read and for 18+. There’s lots of sexy time so its a good read if you like that certain thing. It doesn’t steer you away from the story which is good and actually as the story moves along, one may actually be okay with what’s she’s doing. You have to read to know what I mean.

Book Review: Witch Hearts: A Novella (Magic and Mage Series #1)

Book Title: Witch Hearts: A Novella (Magic and Mage Series #1) mm

Book Author: Angharad Thompson Rees

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

This is a quick fantasy read about three sister witches and their horses. It’s written beautifully and engaging for a novella. I loved how one can learn a couple of lessons from reading this -one about people and hatred. People need to read it to be reminded of things.

I’d say this book will be good for 15+.

Book Review: Stone Wielder (Middengard Sagas #3)

Book Title: Stone Wielder (Middengard Sagas #3) jw

Book Author: June Wilson

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

This is a great ending to the story about the children, their children and how the bad came with the good. There’s sadness of loosing a couple of characters and the last 40% felt rushed but they made sense. Very good writing. In a sense you can finish reading the story on this book, but I saw there are at least two more books. The way things worked out and secrets were revealed. It was satisfying.

I’d say this series will be good for 15+.

Book Review: Stone Quest (Middengard Sagas #2)

Book TitleStone Quest (Middengard Sagas #2) sk2

Book Author: June Wilson

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

I may have predicted who is the bad guy in book 2, but I had no idea how it will be revealed. So much happened – new characters, new lessons, death, war, search for the second stone, and betrayal. This book had me on edge for most of the adventure. I didn’t know if someone would die at any moment or someone would betray or worse forget the adventure all together. I can’t wait to read book 3. It’s next on my list. This is a great fantasy adventure. ^_^

I’d say this series will be good for 15+. Book 2 could be for a little older like 17+ mainly because there are some important concepts to grasp that a younger person may miss and not enjoy the story as much.