Author: Casey L Bond
Genre: NA Paranormal
Cover Model: Ashley Caruso
Cover Designer: Cover Me Darling
Cover Photography: Nadege Richards of Vellum and Wing Photography
Editor: Stacy Sanford
Expected Release Date: Oct. 31, 2016
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR
Every curse has a beginning.
Every curse has an end.
But no curse is fulfilled without sacrifice.
Someone has been lying to Porschia Grant—someone she loves. And the secrets withheld might spell disaster for her and the world. Much like curses, lies can hurt. They can ruin everything.
When everything falls apart, is happily ever after even a possibility?
Hunger is deceitful.
Award-winning author Casey L. Bond resides in Milton, West Virginia with her husband and their two beautiful daughters. When she’s not busy being a domestic goddess and chasing her baby girls, she loves to write young adult and new adult fiction.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Fire in the Darkness
Review of Fantasy
(3rd Review for August)
While often reading the first book in a sequel, it’s spell binding but the second book in a sequel always lacks something, maybe we love learning about the worlds we are about to jump into, bending our heads to see around corners. Normally in a second book the plot is laid out and now we shall follow through. But with Fire in the Darkness it is SO NOT what happens, I really thought I would be able to predict everything but I can’t I am yet again left screaming for the next instalment. I don’t know who to trust, I don’t know what’s even real at times. The plot has thickened and has delved into the dark side. I found myself hanging on to the edge of my seat, or feeling heartbroken or drained at all the deceit on Ember. This book exceeded my expectations. If you think you know what will happen, trust me you don’t. An outstanding written piece of work.
Characters: Ember she still has kept her smart way of going on, with great comebacks but in this story it’s lovely to see her more vulnerable side, the heart ache she experiences is truly heart wrenching and the author delivers it with a blow that will make you shed tears.
Eli: Hot hot hot, and so complicated but damaged also, he’s interesting but not a Romeo by any means no flowers, no sweet words but for Ember he is her other half in my eyes, the two just make sense. The love between them isn’t gentle or patient it’s trying to clay its way out of them while both of them resist, fighting for self-preservation, but as they say love conquers all.
The author’s style of writing is raw talent, it’s different even quirky. I am a true fan and she tops my list of my favourite Indie Authors.
To find out more about Stacey Marie Brown and her work you can check her out on goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6938728.Stacey_Marie_Brown
(4th Review for June)
5 star rating
While reading Scent of the Roses (Book 1 of the Oberon Series), there was one particular person who intrigued me, one that I would have loved to read about. So when I picked up A Sight to Dream Of and realized it was about Marsha, the woman who had intrigued me, I was delighted, and I most certainly wasn’t disappointed with the plot and madness of the story.
This one was filled with a lot of magic, but where Marsha is concerned, so is magic, murder and mystery. I just loved her and really liked her love story with Sam – what a perfect fit for her. As for her ex-husband, I wanted to strangle him, but his actions allowed us to see Marsha as an insecure person, something I didn’t think possible. She always came across as a busy body, hard, strong woman you didn’t cross. But seeing her as insecure, shy and a bit afraid was a breath of fresh air.
The story also wraps around scouts and Nick’s wedding. Drama, drama, drama… but Lucy is the wedding planner. With the build-up to the wedding and Nick’s family sharpening their pitch forks, another murder takes place. Nick spends all his time trying to find out who killed the reporter Paige, and a new can of worms are open. Once again, I found myself pointing fingers at everyone… always getting it wrong.
Once again, P.G Forte has taken readers on a rollercoaster ride, one I didn’t want to end.
I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves a good murder mystery with plenty of drama and the right amount of magic.
You can purchase this book from http://www.synergebooks.com