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L.J. McDonald
L.J. McDonald was born in 1970 in Ottawa, ON and grew up as an Airforce brat. She has a degree in Anthropology from the University of Victoria and joined the Canadian Air Force in 2002. Her first book, "The Battle Sylph", was published in 2010 by Dorchester Publishing. L.J. specializes in... show more

L.J. McDonald was born in 1970 in Ottawa, ON and grew up as an Airforce brat. She has a degree in Anthropology from the University of Victoria and joined the Canadian Air Force in 2002. Her first book, "The Battle Sylph", was published in 2010 by Dorchester Publishing. L.J. specializes in creating new fantasy worlds in her writing for her characters to explore.
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Lyndi
Lyndi rated it 11 months ago
The reviews all point out that the heroine is a rude TSTL bitch, soooo nope.
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 3 years ago
I didn't enjoy this as much as the first 3. I don't know if it was the wait between reading the last book (Queen of the Sylphs) and this one. Maybe it was the characters. Devon, Zalia, and One-Eleven just weren't favorites for me. I had some trouble getting started, but this did get better the furth...
lorenalee
lorenalee rated it 3 years ago
The book started out quite interesting, the heroine Solie is kidnapped by the king's soldiers and is to be used as a sacrifice. Instead of letting the asshole prince kill her so that he can enslave a battle sylph - male sylphs who basically love ALL women and hate ALL men - to his service, she fight...
Book Hoarders Anonymous
Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 3 years ago
It was a long wait for a new Sylph book. Was it worth it? Yeah. I have issues though. *I* have the issues; not necessarily the book. This series is, well, it is a romance,sort of, but…one of the books wasn't. It was more straight up fantasy. So…the issue I have is the love triangle, such as it is,...
lorenalee
lorenalee rated it 4 years ago
The book started out quite interesting, the heroine Solie is kidnapped by the king's soldiers and is to be used as a sacrifice. Instead of letting the asshole prince kill her so that he can enslave a battle sylph - male sylphs who basically love ALL women and hate ALL men - to his service, she fight...
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