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text 2018-02-12 21:06
Visionary X Starlight by Yumoyori Wilson Valentine’s Day Blitz & Giveaway


Visionary X Starlight- Valentine’s Day 
Yumoyori Wilson
Publication date: February 10th 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance

Two different worlds – one unique connection – a whole lot of love.
Valentine’s Day – an annual holiday dedicated to love, promoting couples to emphasize their love through gifts and celebration.
Makoto Heart spent her life trapped in a dark cell, never knowing the day existed or experienced love until her star knights. When three of her star knights – Kai, Marcus, and Elias – have the opportunity to bring her to Earthala, she’s given the chance to enjoy a four-day countdown to the celebration.
Scarlet Sinclair has dreaded February 14th. Her feelings stemmed from the reminder that she usually spent the day sitting alone, binge watching chick flicks on Netflix and devouring chocolate she bought for herself. But, this year would be different – Ethan, Junho, and Christian make a promise to prove to her that Valentine’s has more benefits than chocolate, and they’d use the next four days to prove it.
Will they each get more love than they bargained for?
Recommended for 18+ audience, containing mature sexual content, violence and strong language. THERE WILL BE F/F in this book. If that is not your cup of tea, PLEASE do not read it.
NOTE: Visionary X Starlight is written in CANADIAN ENGLISH – meaning both American and British English is used.
EXCERPT:
“Meow.”
Christian groaned while I turned my head, noticing Moonlight sitting on the two-seat sofa— his turquoise eyes staring at Christian.
“Please don’t tell me you took his doll again,” I huffed.
“I don’t have it,” Christian argued.
“Why is Moonlight here then?” I countered.
“Cause he loves interrupting me when I want to have some damn alone time with you,” Christian argued.
I sighed, patting my thighs.
Moonlight hopped off the chair to the floor, making his way to where I sat in Christian’s lap. He leaped onto my lap, sitting patiently as I pet him gently.
“Hey you. Why are you interrupting us when Christian doesn’t have your doll?” I cooed, enjoying the feel of Moonlight’s soft black fur.
“Meow.”
He hid it, but it’s not here,” Risuki mumbled in my mind.
I sighed, turning to Christian who grumbled under his breath.
“Junnie has it,” he admitted reluctantly.
“Why does Junnie have his doll?”
“Because I put it in her purse.”
“Because?”
“Your familiar has a vendetta against me and is trying to ruin the one day I have with my girlfriend before Valentine’s Day and I didn’t want him crashing it, again,” Christian complained.
I blushed, feeling touched by his frustration regarding our lack of alone time.
Well, he shouldn’t have hidden it. Could have asked nicely,” Risuki mumbled.

Author Bio:
Yumoyori Wilson is from Toronto, Ontario. She loves to sleep and write her days away. She works at night as a registered nurse. She has a little addiction to bubble tea and coffee but loves to workout. She has big plans for the writing world and can't wait to share them with everyone.

 
 

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review 2018-02-07 14:11
BLOG TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Dark Wish (Starlight Gods #1) by Yumoyori Wilson
Dark Wish - Yumoyori Wilson
Dark Wish is the first book in the Starlight Gods series, and we start with Makoto. She is a young child and is being taken back to a home she can't remember, by a person she trusts instinctively, but also can't remember. What happens to her next is the stuff of nightmares, but she adjusts to the constant battles and torture the best way she can. When she is rescued many years later, she doesn't believe it is real, and deals with it by hiding under a blanket.
 
This is a well-written story that clearly shows why Mako is the way she is, and you sympathise with her. Her little foibles become something to smile about, and make her unique. Her attraction to her Knights is slow-burning, apart from Ryder who she knows from before she was kidnapped, even if she can't remember all about him.
 
Dark Wish is well paced, slowing down for important bits, but picking up again when action calls for it. The Knights all mesh well together, whilst still retaining their individual characteristics. The story itself is intriguing and gripping, keeping you turning the pages to find out more. There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, and I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It does end on a low note, almost cliff-hangery, but it is worth it. Trust me! Looking forward to continuing this series, and highly recommended by me.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

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