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review 2016-05-22 00:00
Brianna's Prophecy
Brianna's Prophecy - Tianna Xander My god, it's just awful. The plot is interesting but the heroine is literally the most naive, immature, and self-deluding character I've read in a long time.

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review 2016-05-20 00:00
Woman Beware
Woman Beware - Tianna Xander Another good novella from Tianna Xander. Just enough time to give us everything we need for a satisfactory story. A little background, a little action, a lot of romance, a bad guy, etc.

Lena keeps reincarnating on Earth, but she's supposed to be on the same world as her soul mate, Artu. The Fates decide to intervene once and for all, sending Lena to the planet Priska, where Artu is basically a superhero that defends the whole planet. Denial, passion, confusion, and betrayal ensue.

Short, shallow, and fun. I'm not sure who I'd recommend it to, though. Maybe my fellow Kindle Smut group members.
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review 2014-12-23 16:30
The Becoming
The Becoming - Lynne Ewing

This has to be the best of this series thus far. It made Tianna my favorite of the girls. She wasn't completely distracted by boys, which was so refreshing. She was very protective of those she loves. It was also nice to see that the five Daughters actually got together and spent time trying to figure out what was going on. In all of the previous books, they would talk about it for like five minutes and then walk irrationally into danger.

After this reread I can now see why Lynne Ewing thought this was a good finale to the series. She probably could have just finished with this book if she had done some sort of epilogue to see what the future held for the characters. Unfortunately she ended right after the action completed and left everyone hanging. I'm shocked she wasn't prepared for all her readers to beg for another book.

And now finally to finish this juvenile series...

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review 2014-08-01 00:00
The Sapphire Dragon
The Sapphire Dragon - Tianna Xander The Sapphire Dragon - Tianna Xander The Romance Review

Powerful dragons and out of control witches make a volatile mix. Ms. Xander pens lovely dragon paranormal stories. Her Project Dare series is fabulous and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The Dragon Bound series, however, is not working for me. It's difficult to write this review because the writing is well done, but I just couldn't stand the main character.

Daisy is a witch with more power than any of her sisters. She's seen how happy her sisters are to mated dragons, yet she doesn't want to have anything to do with a dragon, even if he's her perfect mate.

Ms. Xander did an excellent job of creating a selfish and shallow coward. Daisy is afraid of her powers and hides from it. She is also a racist against dragons. One could say that it's a person's personal preference. However, I counter it with, she won't even get to know a person because of what they are so that does make her blindly judgmental. In addition, after she learns more about this lovely Sapphire dragon, Jarrod, she finds she wants him badly. Yet the minute she finds out he isn't a human, she treats him horribly.

The conflict in this story is as expected and moves quickly. The resolution to the conflict is predictable and works. Ms. Xander is too kind and gives dumbass Daisy a happily ever after. She doesn't deserve it. Jarrod is being punished for the rest of his life with a terrible mate. I feel bad for him. Too bad a better sister isn't matched up with him. Because of my loathing for Daisy, this story was difficult to read. If I can't find anything I like about a character, the rating tends to be lower. This paranormal romance is recommended to dragon lovers.
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review 2014-07-17 00:00
Woman Bewitched
Woman Bewitched - Tianna Xander The story itself - the plot, the characters, the external conflict, etc - was all fine and dandy. But the scene in which our heroine meets The Gatekeeper and her reaction to her new fate is a bit too similar to the previous book. I understand this is a formulaic trilogy with various characters inserted into the same basic story, but come on... that was almost a copy+paste job.
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