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Caris Roane is the award-winning author of five published novels for St. Martin’s Press. She is also known under the pen name, Valerie King, having published almost fifty novels and novellas for Kensington Publishing.
on Sep. 30, 2013 :
Earc Given by Literal Addiction for an honest review.
Embrace the Magic is a book about finding what you need, when you least expect it and having the courage to embrace it - Even if it takes you awhile to realize it.
Ethan is the Mastyr Vampire of the Bergisson Realm and he has sworn off pretty much everything that doesn’t have to do with him managing and taking care of his Realm. He takes care of business no matter what, and to him his life is crystal clear. But fate has a way of making itself known, and Ethan is going to get a crash course on relationships – even if he doesn’t want one.
Samantha is human to her knowledge, and she has her life all figured out. All she wants to do is finish school and create her jewelry, but fate knows she needs more and her teachers (unbeknownst to them) are helping fate out, by having Samantha do research at a club frequented by “others.”
These two hardheaded, stubborn star crossed lovers go on an emotional ride with one another and either knows what or how to go about it. But Ethan and Samantha have pasts that won’t mentally allow them to give into what they feel, even though their bodies are already on board the train to feel good town.
Sparks pretty much fly between Ethan and Samantha. You can almost feel the emotion and power rolling through the pages, like it was trying to pull you into their little world. No matter their stubbornness you find yourself screaming in your head “HURRY UP ALREADY, YOU LOVE EACH OTHER.” Embrace the Magic is a magical book about magical people who need each other desperately, and the magic they create is amazingly powerful.
I enjoyed this book for the most part, it honestly bothered me that they fought there emotional attraction and the Blood Rose issue even though they KNEW they were great together. It was just too much of a struggle and it honestly got old really fast, but none the less it was a great book.
BOOK PAGES and DRIPPING INK GIVES 4 STARS to Caris Roane's EMBRACE THE MAGIC
(review of free book)