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Claudy Conn is a multi published author who got her start with her bestselling historical/regency romances.
She tells us that she fell in love with the fantasy/paranormal genre and created a world of paranormal, she hopes you will enjoy.
Prolific, she has also rewritten a few of her regencies to 'spice' them up from 'sweet to hot'.
She hopes you will read and enjoy and join her on her facebook where she loves to interact with her readers.
on Oct. 06, 2013 :
When I first "met" Frankie as a child in an Through Time - Whiplash, I knew there was more than meets the eye with her. Since she was just a child, I figured she would play a key role and then sort of pop in and out throughout the series. I was beyond excited to see that she got her own story years later in the storyline. Thankfully, it was not years later in real life because I am so not patient enough for that. The best part, this meant Graely. Yes, I just swooned over a Dark Prince. Talk about a "bad boy" who sort of kind of isn't even though he soooo really is. Sorry, just swooned again ;) .
Once again, Claudy has created this amazing fantasy with action, a bit of mystery, and a reunion of so many of my favorite characters, while focusing on Frankie and Graely. As strong and powerful as Frankie has always been, she really grew into this amazingly intelligent, strong, and powerful woman while still holding onto a bit of her innocence of the world. Graely should have been a lost cause between his "father" and spending so many years with his "brothers". Yet, somehow he becomes more then his genetics and history. I love that this is not a "Love makes the bad boy good" story and that we started to see that Graely was starting to become the fae he wanted to be years before this installment began. It made their love story so much more.
I am getting dangerously close to giving spoilers away, so I should quit while I am ahead. I LOVED this book. If you have not read the other Through Time books, you will probably not enjoy it nearly as much as if you had, so I would start there. The first book is currently free, so that is a great place to start.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Sep. 25, 2013 :
Through Time-Frankie By Claudy Conn
Time Series Book 4
Frankie is now a beautiful eighteen year old girl. She enjoyed her life growing up in Sorth Carolina with Prince Trevor and Jazmine Decker. Her father, Deimne the Daoine Sluagh was in her life as well and couldn't be prouder of some of her changes as she came into her maturity. She wasn't as sure about the new changes, one in particular. Through all of her changes and trials the past six years there was always one nearby. Always one there to help her out of trouble or to be a friend. Someone she could always be herself with. Someone she was forbidden to be around. Graely, one of the Dark Princes. Graely, the handsome hunk who thought of her no more than a mere child.
Pestale and Hordly were allowed out of the bleakness of the Dark Realm into the beaut of Conglam. Vibrant colors and none of the darkness and yet it wasn't enough. Pestale was determined to destroy and take over the Human Realm. They lived with the peaceful groups of the Blue Demons and Shape-shifters, he didn't want their peace.
For those who enjoy Claudy Conn's paranormal series you'll be glad to see many old friends return to once again prepare for what Pescale is planning. Of course Prince Breslyn wouldn't be left out, along with many others from Tir. Some new friends on Conglam as well. Frankie and her family has come to Ireland for the summer and she will begin Trinity in the fall. Some things just never turn out for the Fae, like nice quiet summer vacations. This is listed as the fourth book, but many of these characters were introduced in the first Legend book Spellbound Legend and built upon it from there. You may want to start there and read through all the books in order as you enter the world from Fae to shape-shifters and everything in between, who all work together against the forces of the Dark Realm.
(reviewed the day of purchase)