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Book Review: ‘Beauty and the Werewolf’ by Mercedes Lackey

“The eldest daughter is often doomed in fairy tales. But Bella-Isabella Beauchamps, daughter of a wealthy merchant-vows to escape the usual pitfalls.

Anxious to avoid the traditional path, Bella dons a red cloak and ventures into the forbidden forest to consult with “Granny,” the local wisewoman. But on the way home she’s attacked by a wolf-who turns out to be a cursed nobleman. Secluded in his castle, Bella is torn between her family and this strange man who creates marvelous inventions and makes her laugh-when he isn’t howling at the moon.
Bella knows all too well that breaking spells is never easy. But a determined beauty, a wizard (after all, he’s only an occasional werewolf) and a little Godmotherly interference might just be able to bring about a happy ending….”

As with all of Mercedes Lackey’s “Tales of the Five Hundred Kingdom’s” novels – this book is a fantasy romance, but thick with adventure and fantasy with just a dash of the romance to make all those people with gushy hearts like me perfectly happy. Yes, it is technically one of a series but you could read it quite easily on its own. If you want to get a better look at one of the minor characters and the world that Lackey has created I would suggest reading “The Fairy Godmother” first. It is still my favourite of all the books in this series and will introduce you to… well… the Fairy Godmothers and a bit of backstory.

It’s easy for me to say that I loved Beauty and the Werewolf, I’m not sure I blinked from the time I picked it up until the moment I read that last page. It’s a fun, slightly sweet read with all the elements of a classic fairy tale that I do so love. Curses, magic mirrors, step-mothers, Fairy Godmothers and of course… true love. (Aww)

The romance is relatively clean and the violence is only slightly graphic in a couple of scenes. There is some adult content for sure, but I would say that it would be fine for 16+.

If you were introduced to fantasy romance on the urban side of things, and haven’t yet tried out true fantasy, or you’ve never read fantasy before, this series would be a good place to start. You have the comforting familiarity of fairy tales and romance but with a fantasy world to wrap it all up in.

Definitely worthwhile; and if you happen to have a cozy fire to snuggle up in front of while enjoying this particular vintage, I’d count yourself lucky and me just a little jealous. ;)

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Author Interview with Veronica Scott – "Wreck of the Nebula Dream"

Veronica Scott grew up in a house with a library full of books as its heart, and when she ran out of things to read, she started writing her own stories. Married young to her high school sweetheart then widowed, Veronica has two grown daughters, one young grandson and cats.

Veronica’s life has taken many twists and turns, but she always makes time to keep reading and writing. Everything is good source material for the next novel or the one after that anyway, right? She’s been through earthquakes, tornadoes and near death experiences, although nothing is as stressful as meeting a book deadline. Always more stories to tell, new adventures to experience—Veronica’s personal motto is, “Never boring.”

I’m delighted to have Veronica Scott with us today. From our conversations over the last few weeks I have come to realize that she is a fabulous woman and it’s my honor to have the chance to promote both her and her novel, “Wreck of the Nebula Dream”.

Interview with an Author: 

Hi Veronica, Thanks so much for taking the time to answer a few of my questions!
After finishing your novel, I couldn’t help but wonder; are you planning on writing any more books in the same universe as “Wreck of the Nebula Dream”? There are a few characters I would love to know more about!
“I have been mulling over a sequel for the D’nvannae Brother Khevan and the “Socialite” Twilka – readers have been asking me what would happen next for the two of them (which is always wildly pleasing for a writer! LOL!). When I wrote WRECK I had the glimmering of a sequel plot regarding their future and last weekend I woke up with the fullblown story in my head. So I’d say that’s a definite yes! Going to be some challenges there, for both of them.
I could see writing a sequel about Paolo, maybe as a young man…don’t have a plot for Gianna yet but never say never!
And Rafferty & Casey have a few adventures I could write about….”
What is next in the writing world? Do you have another book already in the works?
“I have another science fiction romance currently out on submission, set in the same Sectors universe, but not involving the characters from WRECK. This new story takes place entirely on a planet and involves a Special Forces captain and his team trying to rescue one very stubborn lady who isn’t sure she wants to be rescued.
 
I write paranormal romances as well, set in Ancient Egypt (my PRIESTESS OF THE NILE was published by Carina in January this year) and have two more Tales of the Nile stories almost ready to start the submission process.
 
And of course I always have more plot ideas queuing up in my head, clamoring to be written! But having a day job and a long commute cut into my writing time.”
The faces in the engines; can you tell us more about them?
“Actually, I recently published the deleted Prolog to WRECK on my web page at http://veronicascott.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/was-the-nebula-dream-jinxed-deleted-scene/, which explains who the face is. I was working from similar incidents that were rumored to have happened during the construction of Titanic, since my novel is a loose re-imagining of the famous maritime disaster.”
Did you write “Wreck of the Nebula Dream”as a science fiction with a dash of romance or romance that happens to be science fiction?
“I guess to me WRECK is a science fiction adventure and going all the way back to Flash Gordon, if you’re going to have SF adventure, there MUST be romance! Flash had Dale Arden; Kyle Reese had Sarah Connor; Aragorn had Arwen…..I really enjoy a strong hero and heroine in the middle of exciting times who also fall in love.”
Was there one book or author that ensnared you and ensured your devotion to the written word?
“Actually, as far as science fiction, what motivated me to be a writer was movies. When I was growing up, our local TV channel ran a LOT of old movies, like the Flash Gordon serials and “Forbidden Planet”. I wanted MORE, but the only way I could have more stories of the kind I loved was to write my own. I still have my first, illustrated novel about the Queen of the Sun, her sisters, their winged horses (in that famous writer’s-box-under-the-bed) that I wrote at age 7….but I did read voraciously, including everything by Andre Norton and Anne McCaffrey.”
If you could have one author read your work; who would you choose?
“If we’re not limiting this to authors who are still with us: Anne McCaffrey. If we’re talking about current authors, I’d be amazed and honored to have Nalini Singh read one of my books someday. I’d be holding my breath the whole time, hoping she liked it!”
And my final question for you today;
If there was a recipe for “Wreck of the Nebula Dream” what ingredients and instructions would it contain?
“Ok, I’m totally not a chef! I can make a mean batch of pumpkin pies from scratch and that’s about IT. But here goes:
 
“Veronica Scott’s Cure for a Boring Afternoon”
Take one strong willed businesswoman….intrigue her with a highly capable Special Forces officer who’s coming off a bad mission…mix in a mysterious assassin/bodyguard and an “Is she for real Socialite?”, plus a pair of cute children….toss them all into a space going luxury liner, add a heaping cup of disaster…and STAND BACK!”
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Love it! A million thanks to Veronica for taking the time to do this interview with me!
If you want to know more about her and her novels you can visit her blog here, or follow her on twitter here.
Before you go, be sure to stop by the giveaway Veronica and I have put together for you! You can win a copy of her sci-fi novel or a $10 Amazon Gift Card. There are 6 prizes in total and the contest is open internationally.  
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“A reimagining of the Titanic disaster set in the far future among the stars…

Traveling unexpectedly aboard the luxury liner Nebula Dream on its maiden voyage across the galaxy, Sectors Special Forces Captain Nick Jameson is ready for ten relaxing days, and hoping to forget his last disastrous mission behind enemy lines. He figures he’ll gamble at the casino, take in the shows, maybe even have a shipboard fling with Mara Lyrae, the beautiful but reserved businesswoman he meets.

All his plans vaporize when the ship suffers a wreck of Titanic proportions. Captain and crew abandon ship, leaving the 8000 passengers stranded without enough lifeboats and drifting unarmed in enemy territory. Aided by Mara, Nick must find a way off the doomed ship for himself and several other innocent people before deadly enemy forces reach them or the ship’s malfunctioning engines finish ticking down to self destruction.

But can Nick conquer the demons from his past that tell him he’ll fail these innocent people just as he failed to save his Special Forces team? Will he outpace his own doubts to win this vital race against time?”

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Book Review: "Wreck of the Nebula Dream" by Veronica Scott

“A reimagining of the Titanic disaster set in the far future among the stars…

Traveling unexpectedly aboard the luxury liner Nebula Dream on its maiden voyage across the galaxy, Sectors Special Forces Captain Nick Jameson is ready for ten relaxing days, and hoping to forget his last disastrous mission behind enemy lines. He figures he’ll gamble at the casino, take in the shows, maybe even have a shipboard fling with Mara Lyrae, the beautiful but reserved businesswoman he meets.

All his plans vaporize when the ship suffers a wreck of Titanic proportions. Captain and crew abandon ship, leaving the 8000 passengers stranded without enough lifeboats and drifting unarmed in enemy territory. Aided by Mara, Nick must find a way off the doomed ship for himself and several other innocent people before deadly enemy forces reach them or the ship’s malfunctioning engines finish ticking down to self destruction.

But can Nick conquer the demons from his past that tell him he’ll fail these innocent people just as he failed to save his Special Forces team? Will he outpace his own doubts to win this vital race against time?”

I know the official view is that this novel is a re-imagining of the Titanic disaster – but set in space; however I feel that I need to clarify things just a little. The very, very basic premise is the same. There is a ship on its maiden voyage that definitely doesn’t reach its destination due to an unforeseen accident, this is very true. However there isn’t much more that is the same. It isn’t like the movie and it certainly doesn’t involve a man dying so that his lover can have the last escape pod (in which they obviously both would have fit).

Before I began reading this book I was under the impression that it was a straight-up romance. Maybe because I saw the man and woman on the cover and jumped to the conclusion that lots of clothes would be coming off. Either way, I was wrong. The novel might have romance in it, but it is much more than the sexually driven sci-fi romances that you typically see. This novel is for science fiction fans first and romance lovers second!

The light romance is very clean; don’t worry boys, you won’t have to sit through any painful sex scenes or endure any combination of the words ‘throbbing’ and ‘member’. Just lots of action and fun twists and turns!

I think what will draw people to this book is that even though it is sci-fi, it is the easily digestible variety. There isn’t 13 chapters of technical information that you need to get through to fully understand the technology and society. The science aspect is kept basic and the details of the technology aren’t a focus. Rather than making the story less believable it makes it quite easy to get lost within the story; the technical jargon isn’t constantly jarring you out of it.

The characters were fun; ladies will love the fact that the heroine is the competent and capable variety – she’s no helpless maiden relying on her looks to get the job done. In fact, all four of the main characters are each unique in their own way. The military man, the high-class socialite, the warrior and the business woman.

While the story ends cleanly, I found myself wanting to know more about Khevan and his mysterious brotherhood – it seems that there is another story there just waiting to be told. (And I would definitely read it!) Victoria builds an interesting universe; I could see many more stories taking place there.

There is some violence and graphic imagery but it isn’t over the top; though it’s definitely an adult novel. 

I would love to see a few people pick up this book on Smashwords and leave a review; it is newly published there and could definitely use the boost!

You can currently enter to WIN THIS BOOK and 3 $10 Amazon Gift Certificates. All you need to do is go to my giveaway and enter! The contest is open internationally – should you decide to pick up and review this book you will get extra points in the giveaway so be sure to come back. (You can also enter a variety of other ways, so don’t miss out!) 

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Sci-fi Ebook and Amazon Gift Card Giveaway!

Veronica Scott; author of “Wreck of the Nebula Dream” has offered up aaaaall kinds of goodies to share with my fabulous readers. Not only is she giving away three electronic copies of her book but also three $10 Amazon Gift Cards which you can use to buy whichever books your heart desires. (Or anything else for that matter!)

You have ten different ways to enter the giveaway; you’re welcome to stick to one or go for all ten!

Title: Wreck of the Nebula Dream
Author: Veronica Scott
Genre: Science Fiction

“A reimagining of the Titanic disaster set in the far future among the stars…

Traveling unexpectedly aboard the luxury liner Nebula Dream on its maiden voyage across the galaxy, Sectors Special Forces Captain Nick Jameson is ready for ten relaxing days, and hoping to forget his last disastrous mission behind enemy lines. He figures he’ll gamble at the casino, take in the shows, maybe even have a shipboard fling with Mara Lyrae, the beautiful but reserved businesswoman he meets.

All his plans vaporize when the ship suffers a wreck of Titanic proportions. Captain and crew abandon ship, leaving the 8000 passengers stranded without enough lifeboats and drifting unarmed in enemy territory. Aided by Mara, Nick must find a way off the doomed ship for himself and several other innocent people before deadly enemy forces reach them or the ship’s malfunctioning engines finish ticking down to self destruction.

But can Nick conquer the demons from his past that tell him he’ll fail these innocent people just as he failed to save his Special Forces team? Will he outpace his own doubts to win this vital race against time?”

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Book Review: ‘A Reckless Witch’ by Debora Geary

Book Three: A Modern Witch Series

With great power comes great responsibility. So says the tradition of witching. One teenage witch missed that lesson…

As a child, Sierra Brighton traveled the world. She swam with the baby whales, danced in storm funnels, and lived in complete magical freedom. And then Momma died and Sierra ended up in foster care, an unhappy and very secret witch.

Fetched by Nell’s spell, she’ll no longer need to do magic on lonely beaches – but can Sierra learn to use her power safely? Or will her reckless blood put Witch Central at risk?”


A Reckless Witch is another fabulous installment of the Modern Witch Series. Once again the focus is on a new character with the characters from the two previous novels playing pivotal roles. You get to see how their stories have evolved while at the same time being introduced to a whole new story in this witching world.

This is a sweet story about magic, acceptance and finding your home. There are a few spots that left me sniffling… but they were the good kind of sniffles!

Debora is very talented at writing a story that immerses you in the emotions of her characters. I have to point out yet again that these novels are great if you are looking for a clean read with elements of romance. The romance isn’t the focus, rather these books are all about character interaction. They will make you laugh and cry; I absolutely recommend this whole series.

This was a fabulous read and I know that it will be not be last of her novels that I enjoy!

NOTE: The series would be suitable for older teens.

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Find this novel, ebook or paperback, on Amazon

If you don’t have a kindle, Debora explains HERE why she only has her ebooks on Amazon and how you can read them anyway.

Read my review of Book One: A Modern Witch
or Book Two: A Hidden Witch 

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Book Review: "A Hidden Witch" by Debora Geary

This is the second book in the Modern Witch series, and it is one that I am really enjoying. Like the first it is a fun, entertaining read without the ridiculous amounts of ‘adult only’ scenes that so many urban fantasy novels contain. This book takes the ‘modern’ facet a whole step further, blending technology and magic closely together.

It takes place shortly after A Modern Witch, but the characters are slightly different. It focuses more on characters that were a sideline in the first novel, though the originals, Lauren, Nat, Jessie, Nell, Aervyn and Ginia are all still in it with big roles to play.

There is a lot going on in this novel; you need to pay a little more attention to which character is which but it is by no means mind-boggling. It still features Deborah’s easy writing style and wit, though I found myself on the verge of tears numerous times. A Hidden Witch tugs on the heartstrings and makes you hang on to every word.

In Debora I have definitely discovered a fabulous author and I can’t wait to read more of her books. There is only one more in the Modern Witch series, but I believe there are some offshoots as well — I’ll have to look into it!

Book Description:

“Elorie Shaw, steeped in the traditions of the Nova Scotia witching community, but not a witch. The fetching spell must have goofed this time… or did it?
Travel to Fisher’s Cove, Nova Scotia, where Moira is matriarch and the old ways are nurtured and passed to the next generation. Where a crotchety old witch makes small children cry and builds walls around the silent pain in his heart. And where Elorie – sea-glass artist, inn owner, and Moira’s granddaughter – makes her home.
The old magics are strong here. Which is all fine and good until the fetching spell pulls Elorie into Witches’ Chat. Because she’s not a witch. Or at least not any kind of witch the old ways recognize…”
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If you don’t have a kindle, Debora explains HERE why she only has her books on Amazon and how you can read them anyway.  

Read my review of Book One: A Modern Witch

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Book Review: "A Modern Witch" by Debora Geary

“Can you live 28 years without discovering you’re a witch?
Lauren is downtown Chicago’s youngest elite realtor. She’s also a witch. She must be – the fetching spell for Witches’ Chat isn’t supposed to make mistakes. So says the woman who coded the spell, at least.

The tall, dark, and handsome guy sent to assess her is a witch too (and no, that doesn’t end the way you might think). What he finds in Lauren will change lives, mess with a perfectly good career, and require lots of ice cream therapy.”

I’ve been a little bit on the busy side for the last few weeks *understatement of the century*, so I decided to buy a book that would be nice and relaxing even though it wasn’t on my mile long list of books that I reeeeally must get to reading this month. As such, I was finally able to cross one of the books off of my ‘potential cures‘ list! I have to say it did a pretty good job of curing both my after-work exhaustion and any lingering boredom I may have been experiencing. 

For once, it is an urban fantasy that DOESN’T involve vampires, werewolves, demons, and all manner of other mythological creatures. I find so many go all out, they have to include a little bit of everything. It is nice to find one that is about straight-up witches. It’s not all-romance either; in fact, any romance in it is a side plot rather than the focus; another great find for an urban fantasy. (And no pornography-worthy grown-up scenes either.)

Not to mention it isn’t about good vs evil, but rather about a witch finding her place in the modern world. Yay! It definitely added in a little bit of variety into a genre that is becoming more and more the same thing.

The writing was great; easy to follow along, entertaining and humorous. I didn’t notice any typos or anything like that so if they were there they must have been few and far between.

And bursting into giggles at the end? Can’t complain about that!!

There are currently two sequels to this book; I have already purchased and begun the second! I would recommend this particular tonic to anyone who loves a good urban-fantasy, would like a change from the norm, and wouldn’t object to a nice clean plot.

As for the rest, well you’ll just have to read it to find out!

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If you don’t have a kindle, Debora explains HERE why she only has her books on Amazon and how you can read them anyway.  

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Romance with a Paranormal Twist – or Paranormal with a Romantic Twist?

Over the last few weeks I have come across the following paranormal novels, all of which I have added to my ‘Potential Cures‘ list. I figured why not share them with the rest of you, if they looked good to me, they might be right up your alley! I hope you enjoy this list and if you’ve read any of the books, let me know what you thought of them!

Incarnate by Jodi Meadows

“New soul
Ana is new. For thousands of years in Range, a million souls have been reincarnated over and over, keeping their memories and experiences from previous lifetimes. When Ana was born, another soul vanished, and no one knows why.

No soul
Even Ana’s own mother thinks she’s a nosoul, an omen of worse things to come, and has kept her away from society. To escape her seclusion and learn whether she’ll be reincarnated, Ana travels to the city of Heart, but its citizens are afraid of what her presence means. When dragons and sylph attack the city, is Ana to blame?

Heart
Sam believes Ana’s new soul is good and worthwhile. When he stands up for her, their relationship blooms. But can he love someone who may live only once, and will Ana’s enemies—human and creature alike—let them be together? Ana needs to uncover the mistake that gave her someone else’s life, but will her quest threaten the peace of Heart and destroy the promise of reincarnation for all?”

Find this ebook on:

Amazon (Kindle)
Barnes & Noble (Nook)

You can also enter to win Incarnate, contest ends January 30th.

Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

“Evie’s always thought of herself as a normal teenager, even though she works for the International Paranormal Containment Agency, her ex-boyfriend is a faerie, she’s falling for a shape-shifter, and she’s the only person who can see through paranormals’ glamours.

But Evie’s about to realize that she may very well be at the center of a dark faerie prophecy promising destruction to all paranormal creatures.

So much for normal.”

Find this ebook on:

Kobobooks.com (Kobo)
Amazon (Kindle)
Barnes & Noble (Nook) 

Truly, Madly by Heather Webber

“Lucy Valentine is as smart as can be, as single as you can get, and so not qualified to run a matchmaking service. But when her parents temporarily step down from the family business, Valentine, Inc., it’s Lucy’s turn to step up and help out—in the name of love.

Plus, her rent is due.

Here’s the problem: Lucy doesn’t have the knack for matchmaking. According to family legend, every Valentine has been blessed by Cupid with the ability to read “auras” and pair up perfect couples. But not Lucy. Her skills were zapped away years ago in an electrical surge, and now all she can do is find lost objects. What good is that in the matchmaking world? You’d be surprised. In a city like Boston, everyone’s looking for something. So when Lucy locates a missing wedding ring—on a dead body—she asks the sexy private eye who lives upstairs to help her solve the perfect crime. And who knows? Maybe she’ll find the perfect love while she’s at it…”

Find this ebook on:

Kobobooks.com (Kobo)
Amazon (Kindle)
Barnes & Noble (Nook) 

(This book also has a sequel called Deeply, Desperately — which looks equally good!)

All the books in this list have some rather fabulous reviews floating around on the inter-webs! They haven’t been tested at the Apothecary yet, but they look like they might contain some pretty riveting ingredients!

Thanks for stopping by; Check back on Monday for some exciting news!

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"My Man Pendleton" by Elizabeth Bevarly

“Marry the boss’s daughter?

Pendleton can’t believe his ears. He took this new job hoping to make money, not marry into it. But if runaway heiress Kit McClellan doesn’t agree to enter into wedded bliss soon, the entire family fortune could be willed to the homeless pets of Louisville. Someone has to find Kit and bring her back as his fiancée–and his boss is telling Pendleton he’s just the man for the job.

Trouble is, Kit doesn’t give two hoots about her fortune–she’s looking for love…the sweep-you-off-your-feet kind of passion she’s never had before. When Pendleton comes striding into her life–sexy, attractive, and oh-so-handsome in his business suit–her heart tells her she’s finally found Mr. Right. But what if her heart is steering her wrong?”

I loved this novel. There was something about the style of writing that made it a little bit different from your typical romance. It was easy to get into, but had a certain flair that I really enjoyed. I wish I could explain it better, but this novel definitely had a little added ‘something’ that most romance novels lack.

It was a great read; definitely for grown-ups only.

It is currently free on Amazon, so I suggest you pick it up as soon as you can!

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On Amazon (kindle) **Free
On Smashwords (multiple formats) **Free

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"A Daughter’s Inheritance" by Traci Peterson and Judith Miller

“Cousins Amanda, Sophie, and Fanny Broadmoor are as close as sisters, but when their grandfather dies, the terms of his will just might destroy their bond. Seventeen-year-old Fanny has never put much stock in the conventions of society. In fact, she has given her heart to Michael, the family boat-keeper. But when she receives a surprising inheritance, she discovers just how oppressive society can be… and that she may be trusting the wrong people. Dare she follow her heart and risk going against her family? What if she loses everything she’s ever known? It all comes down to one choice: What does Fanny Broadmoor want her legacy to be”

I began this novel expecting a straight up historical romance, but I was pleasantly surprised. It focuses more on the life and society surrounding three cousins; the romance is part of it, but secondary to the main storyline.

It is a great read, full of historical imagery and fabulous characters. (And not so fabulous characters!) There is nothing explicit or inappropriate in the story. I would probably rate it around 16+.

There were very few mistakes in the story that I noticed, and they were small at that! Definitely a worthwhile read!

If you enjoy romance, historical fiction or any similar combinations; I would definitely recommend it!

The story doesn’t end with this book, it is the first in a series of three and both the sequels sound equally promising!

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On Amazon
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