Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

A Place to Belong
Larynn
Ford

Boone Weaver is a were-panther and one day is working on his farm when he smells a beautiful, sweet scent. He discovers that a woman is extremely injured from a car accident. He immediately feels drawn to help her and takes her to his home. He uses his special abilities to help heal her.

As the daughter of an absentee witch mom and a nomadic Roma dad, Willow McCray has always searched for a place to belong. Her coven was that safe place until accusations against her got her evicted as a sixteen-year-old loner. Desperate circumstances led to choices that tangled her up with shady people who years later now want her dead.

HISTORICAL:  Mary Bryght is an amateur historian, the daughter of a scientist, sister of an artist, and determined to uncover the truth about her family.

LGBTQ:  Anne Perrin's world derails the day she is gang-raped in her bedroom while her brother watches. This defining moment makes it impossible for her to sustain a normal relationship. Eighteen years later, she works as a waitress, making people happy, while inside she mourns her inability to move on.

Becky is in England and is determined to protect her young son from threats her bodyguards cannot possibly understand. When an orb arrives to take her back to her homeland of Tsinia, she knows it's time to resume her role of Princess Thya. Tsinia is under attack and requires Thya's leadership and vision.

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