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Goblins, Book One - Melanie Tushmore
Goblins, Book One
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In the 17th Century, the ancient sprawl of Epping forest is bursting with magic and those who go unseen by human eyes: the elves who rule the summer court, and the goblins who rule the winter court. It is said that if a human catches the eye of one of the fey, they are either doomed or... show more
In the 17th Century, the ancient sprawl of Epping forest is bursting with magic and those who go unseen by human eyes: the elves who rule the summer court, and the goblins who rule the winter court. It is said that if a human catches the eye of one of the fey, they are either doomed or blessed.Wulfren & the WarlockWhen Wulfren wakes from a strange dream of a human captor with long silver hair, and grey eyes, his brothers tell him they rescued him from a warlock, and take Wulfren back home to the goblin king's palace. But Wulfren isn’t so sure the matter is that simple. Why was he missing so long? What are the strange dreams of the beautiful man with the silver hair? Dalliances with humans are severely frowned upon, especially by Wulfren’s father, but Wulfren is willing to risk the scorn of his family to find the human who haunts his dreams.Quiller & the Runaway PrinceAfter a hard winter, Quiller is sent deep into the forest on a family errand, and is surprised when a human stumbles into his path. Quiller swoops in to pester him, perhaps even eat him, but there is something special about the human: his scent is royal, though he protests that he is not, and soon Quiller finds himself agreeing to help the human with his troubles—in exchange for a kiss.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781620042373
Publisher: Less Than Three Press LLC
Pages no: 189
Edition language: English
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Sheziss loves Zeshak
Sheziss loves Zeshak rated it
2.0 Goblins, Book One
Goblins.Yeah.I don’t know exactly what pushed me to read this. So don’t ask me. Sometimes I think reading something weird is fun. But rarely good. So, yeah, it was entertaining, I didn’t have to think anything intelligent for a while. So, let’s move on.Oh, it wasn’t a waste, I found lots of good gif...
Mammarella
Mammarella rated it
0.0 "Goblins" by Melanie Tushmore. Reading progress update: I've read 70%.
CUTE, ADORABLE GOBLINS =) Loki, you're dumped! Back to my old crush *happy sigh*
Reader's Discretion Advised
Reader's Discretion Advised rated it
4.0 Goblins: Book 1
The first story is so very perfect in so many ways. It's fantasy with the whimsical edge of fairy tale about it and mysterious and sexy without getting raunchy. Not that raunchy is completely bad, mind you. Not in certain circumstances. It's just nice that I didn't have to suffe-- sit through stroke...
Nova
Nova rated it
4.0 Goblins!
At first I wasn’t so sure if I would like a romance with goblins, but I soon changed my mind – they were not at all what I thought they would be! The two fairytale-like stories in this book were funny and sweet (like the goblins – or at least some of them *g* ) and the few pictures were a nice and...
blub
blub rated it
3.0 Goblins, Book One
So far I've only read the first story and I'm not sure when I will read the second since the 1st one didn't grab my attention as well as I expected it to. Wulf wasn't a character I could particularly like. He came off as too clingy and well weak. Frankly I felt he was a little too accommodating to t...
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