I’m afraid this book didn’t do it for me. I was bored and didn’t complete it. A tired story-line.
Aphrodite is the Goddess of Love and decides on who are True Mates and tells #Cupid where to shoot the arrow.
This is the 10th book in the series and clearly the author has run out of really good ideas of how the ‘Accident’ can happen, who to, and what the outcome will be.
I got the first 2 chapters as a Freebie in the Interview Book by Dakota and bought the book on the strength of them. But they were the only good parts – sorry Dakota. I failed to finish the book as it failed to raise even a snigger and seemed to lack action and story.
Having sorted out the Dragons and won the Dragon Marked war, you would think that life would settle down for the Quads and the Twins.
But not so fast.
Only 1 of the Quads has found their True Mate, and only 1 of the Twins ditto. Not to mention, that they may have killed the Dragon but they left the Sorcerer (and his daughters) alive.
So Quad number 2 has to find a Mate and the Sorcerer needs to be killed.
A nice continuation of the story-line and I’m looking forward to the rest of the stories on the 2 remaining Quads and Louis their Sorcerer – and almost Pack.
I got bored by this overly complicated novel -and it lacked a compelling story-telling. Didn’t manage to complete.
A cosy mystery with witches whose magic is gentle, ‘seeing’ and healing mainly – the Wise Women.
It is written in the 1st person as the story unfolds so you know only what Stacy knows; thus very difficult to know the solution to the mystery in advance. You need to read on to find out who dun it and why.