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review 2019-04-20 01:20
Book Review - Enchanter's Soul by Michele Notaro
The Enchanter's Soul (The Ellwood Chronicles #2)The Enchanter's Soul by Michele Notaro
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book 2 of The Ellwood Chronicles takes place immediately after book 1 and the continuation is seamless while the writing and world building just gets better.

Many fall as the last enchanter rises…

Sebastian Fitz is the last Enchanter and the vitmea viramore of Ailin Ellwood, Sage, the most powerful witch in the world. And he is terrified of his power, confused by his relationship with Ailin and now there's a damned prophecy about him that pretty much signals either world peace or the end of the world. No pressure.

Sebastian is struggling with his magic and with his man. He's been human his entire life until he wasn't. He's been alone his entire life and now he has a life partner _and_ his entire coven/family. Plus all sorts of wriggly crawly things keep coming for him and - ewww!

Oh, and he's being hunted because there are creatures - dark creatures - who want nothing more than to feast on an enchanter's flesh, blood and _soul_. Is Ailin's magic enough to keep his mate safe? And what about the prophecy?

This book is action packed, angsty, and brilliantly written. I could not put it down. In fact I finished it in one day. Now I need to wait for more.

**A copy of this book was provided for an honest and unbiased review by Lescourt Author Services**

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-04-20 00:44
Book Review - The Enchanter's Flame by Michele Notaro
The Enchanter's Flame (The Ellwood Chronicles #1)The Enchanter's Flame by Michele Notaro
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

This my first time reading this author and man was I impressed! Michele Notaro has built an amazing, magical, believable world. Her words suck you in, her characters make you want to know more, the story itself was truly captivating. I really really enjoyed this book and I am thoroughly hooked on this series!

In the country of Brinnswick a detective stumbles across a series of murders that scream of the occult, and a past trauma he would rather forget. Detective Sebastian Fitz has a series of murdered girls, drained of blood, left with strange markings on their bodies. And he has no leads. So his police chief calls in a specialist.

Enter Ailin Ellwood, the specialist. At first glance he appears to be a bad boy goth wannabe who's really good at pissing people off. But he is, in fact, a witch; and a damned powerful one at that. He also happens to be the chief's brother-in-law. And annoyingly sexy, and surprisingly nice under all his snark.

Their investigation draws the men closer together until Ailin claims Sebastian as his, but it also reveals that there is something rotten in the heart of Brinnswick; a demon has been killing these women to open up a portal to hell and he may not have been doing it alone, because someone has kept Ailin from noticing.

In the final confrontation secrets are revealed, and a chain of events has been put into motion that have both Ailin and Sebastian at the heart of it all. This is just the opening gambit of a war they're being forced to fight.

PS I read book 2 right after I finished book one and now I can't freaking wait for 3!!!


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review 2019-04-19 23:32
Better Than Friends (Better Than, #3) by Lane Hayes 3.5 Stars Review!
Better Than Friends - Lane Hayes

When Curt Townsend, a successful young DC lawyer, attends his first gay wedding, he doesn’t expect anything more than a great evening out spent celebrating two lucky guys willing to commit to one another. He certainly doesn’t anticipate meeting someone like Jack Farinelli. Fourteen years Curt’s senior, Jack owns two businesses: a gay bar and a motorcycle shop. He’s gorgeous and self-assured, but Curt is positive they have nothing in common. 

Jack is comfortable in his own skin. He’s attracted to Curt’s quick wit and easy manner but most of all, to their unexpected mutual love of baseball. As they forge a friendship based on their shared enthusiasm for the sport, they begin a journey which reveals how their differences might be the catalyst behind a growing attraction. Both men have experienced their share of pain, but they realize they need to set aside the past and learn to trust in a future if they are to have one together.

 

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I really enjoy Lane Hayes writing. Curt and Jack are flawed and while the sexy starts pretty early the romance its slower. 

What they want from each other is unclear. Curt even dates someone else (but doesn't sleep with him) for a while. 

The fun of this book is in the opposites attract and the coming into really loving each other as well as the circle of friends.

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review 2019-04-19 21:49
Fat Louise by Jamie Begley
Fat Louise (Biker Bitches Book 2) - Jamie Begley

I didn't like Cade, he was such a jerk, but Jane impressed me. She actually threw a grenade to blow up the bad guys. The story went downhill after they got back from Mexico. It felt like part of the book was missing. I wanted Jane's point of view and instead there was this stupid time jump. 

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review 2019-04-19 21:44
Lover Unleashed by J.R. Ward
Black Dagger 09. Lover Unleashed (Black Dagger Brotherhood) - J. R. Ward

More like 3.75 stars. Some things really bothered me, like how brotherhood played with Manello's brain and how Butch was forced into a specific situation. Sure, he was a great friend but was it fair to force him as your friend to do something he actually didn't want to do. 
It also felt like a fill the hole book because Payne and Manello's story wasn't very important. There were so many other storylines that their romance took a backseat almost through the whole book.

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