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review 2018-10-09 11:00
Release Day Review! Stone Heart (The Gargoyle Protectors #1) Ariel Marie!

 

 

An unknown entity, an unexplained power source... Earth was in danger.

 

Gargoyles, a winged humanoid race of warriors, had spent thousands of years ensuring the survival of the planet. Rhodack Gahnoth, leader of Clan Gahnoth, demanded his gargoyles defend the realm against a new threat. Sending his most trusted warrior to investigate the unexplainable, he was left speechless when the warrior returned with a little wisp of a female with golden hair by the name of Rina Smith.

 

Her powers were the strongest of any being, and something was hunting her down. To make matters worse, she was under a powerful spell, believed herself to be human, and she was Rhodack’s mate.

 

Once the spell was removed, Rina’s true identity was revealed, and no one was more shocked than her. She would need a crash course in the world of paranormal to bring her up to speed. One thing she didn’t need help with was her attraction to the tall, brooding gargoyle. He didn’t hide the fact he wanted her. Her hesitance was met with his persistence.

 

What Rhodack wanted, he claimed.

 

Because of who she was, a war that had no place on Earth would spill into the realm. It would be up to Rhodack and his gargoyles to meet this new enemy head-on. Rhodack vowed to protect Rina, but as fate would have it, she wouldn’t need his protection after all—he would need hers.

 

 

This new series sizzles with electricity, red hot loving and thrilling excitement. Rina and Rhodack are strong, vibrant characters with take charge attitudes that grab readers by their eyeballs and demands that reader enjoy their story. The attraction between these two is undeniable but there are a few obstacles in the path of the mating, Rina has no clue about the supernatural world or just who she really is and Rhodack being the head of his clan of Gargoyles has a harem. That may seem like major obstacles but fate has a way of getting around hurdles and which leads to some seriously hot and passionate scenes between Rhodack and Rina and some of those scenes includes much more, but I will leave that up to your imagination or if you really want to know read the book.

 

Excitement and suspense has readers holding their breaths in anticipation as secrets are revealed, unknown entities breach the portals, and a war that has no place on Earth plunges the Gargoyles right into danger as they try to protect the inhabitants of Earth. With some surprising twists, there’s no way for readers to become bored. The author has created a well-developed world with some unique elements that makes this story one that I couldn’t put down and I am really looking forward to reading the next about the next sexy gargoyle protector.

 

 

 

 

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Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40817447-stone-heart

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/books/stone-heart-the-gargoyle-protectors-1-by-ariel-marie

 

 

Stone Heart is the 1st book in The Gargoyle Protector series -

 

 

AVAILABLE in ebook at -

 

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Ariel Marie is an author who loves the paranormal, action and hot steamy romance. She combines all three in each and every one of her stories. For as long as she can remember, she has loved vampires, shifters and every creature you can think of. This even rolls over into her favorite movies! She loves a good action packed thriller! Throw a touch of the supernatural world in it and she’s hooked!

She grew up in Cleveland, Ohio where she currently resides with her husband and three beautiful children. Want to know more about her and her books?

 

 

Website - http://www.thearielmarie.com/

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13904978.Ariel_Marie

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/authors/ariel-marie

 

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/authorarielmarie

 

Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/the_arielmarie

 

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review 2015-05-07 00:00
Stoneheart (Stoneheart trilogy, #1)
Stoneheart (Stoneheart trilogy, #1) - Charlie Fletcher George breaks a dragon carving from the Natural History Museum and suddenly he's plunged into a world of the statues of London at war with each other and a strange man who walks around the city. It's interesting and the pace is breakneck throughout. I like how George grows and how his relationship with Edie grows and I'm curious about what happens next.
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2013-09-28 21:51
Stoneheart
Stoneheart (The Stoneheart Trilogy, #1) - Charlie Fletcher

My younger sister read this book. I don't know how she made it all the way through. Now, in our family, we get easily starved for books, and sometimes we read each other's bad books just for something to read and talk about. Pitiful, maybe, but there it is. Such was the case with Stoneheart. The cover art was amazing, and there was one excerpt-paragraph on the back that I read and liked, so I thought, okay, I'll give it a try. Nothing else to do.

I never finished it. The characters and their accents were abominable. I actually celebrated when The Gunner "expired", but then, having seen the book accomplish one good thing, I put it down and resigned myself to a throbbing skull. I was ready to burn the darned thing when my sister then informed me that he comes back.

I think I whined and shouted and snarled quite a bit, after my initial disbelief. She just smirked at me. I suppose, even though she didn't enjoy the book either, she liked watching me rip out my hair. Go figure.

The paragraph on the back was the only well-written paragraph in the book, so I know why they picked it. The story was annoying and senseless. I don't know if the author avoided solid explanations like the plague, or if he just dumped them all at the end, but that irritated me, too. I suppose I'll never find out, one way or another. I can't and won't read any further.

Oh, and I hate it when authors write books like this, and then people defend it by saying "it's a children's book". Children have the right to read good literature, just like anybody else. I've read good children's books. This wasn't one of them.

Source: breakraven.booklikes.com/post/455150/stoneheart
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review 2013-02-09 00:00
Stoneheart - Charlie Fletcher 2.5 stars.

Interesting idea. Forgettable execution.

There were a few moments near the end of the book where I thought maybe it was getting better. And then came the thought that maybe I'll miss out on something if I don't try the next book. So who knows? Maybe if I'm bored beyond all belief and/or stuck on a desert island with the rest of the series, I'll get to them.
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review 2013-01-17 00:00
Stoneheart - Charlie Fletcher Boring. But I'm probably too old for it anyway. :)
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