Rating: 4.5 Enchantments
In BREATHLESS, Lark Hogan was sent on a mission by her father to find the one known as the Wolfe. Only he could help her defeat Diaz, the sorcerer that killed her sister. But Wolfe is more than she ever imagined and his price for help may be too high. Her body for his help may lead them both down a path that neither is ready for. But can two fierce fighters ever find happily ever after in love with each other?
SECRETS VOLUME 22: DARK WHISPERS is a great continuation of this series of anthologies. Although I struggled to get through the first story the final three were more than worth the effort. This is a group of stories that portray the strong independent woman beautifully. BREATHLESS by Ms. Carrington was one of the best paranormals that I have read in a long time and I sincerely hope that there are more from her to find. So believe me when I say that you can’t fail with any of these exciting volumes!
~~Debbie H., review found at ENCAHNTING REVIEWS
SECRETS VOLUME 26 BOUND BY PASSION
Satisfy Your Desires for More
Enchanted Spell - Rachel Carrington
Ella literally fell into the arms of Kevlin. Witches and wizards do not match, but these two couldn’t resist each other. Enchanted Spell has an interesting plot.
Volume 26, Secrets is an anthology of four short romantica tales. The connecting thread is the secrets. Each story is well-written. As I stated above, my favorite is Juliet Burns’ “The Spy’s Surrender.” Fans of romantica will enjoy Volume 26, Secrets.
~~Anne Boling for ReviewYourBook.com
COCKTAIL REVIEWS - FOUR AND A HALF FLUTES!
A change of pace to the world of fantasy brings us to Enchanted Spell by Rachel Carrington. Ella, a witch, is suddenly torn from her home and dumped in Wizard Country, where wizard Kevlin is concerned about what’s happened to his brother, who vanished the same time as Ella arrived. Adding to the complications is the fact that Kevlin’s father, Oriel, is dying – and a wizard can only be killed if a witch is involved. Ella doesn’t have a clue what’s happening around her. Can she and Kevlin discover who’s behind the evil plot before Oriel dies?
This one felt a bit self-conscious and, while fun, was overly sassy with too many wisecracks for my taste. The characterisation is a bit one-dimensional and there’s little attempt at world-building.
Another strong collection from Red Sage, with something for everyone. Stories range from hot contemporaries to an erotic historical via a sexy fantasy.
~~ SINGAPOUR SLING ~ COCKTAIL REVIEWS