The Heart Moon: The Amaki #1

Rated 4.50/5 based on 5 reviews
When feisty Laine meets bad boy Roan, her whole world changes. Roan isn’t human; he’s Amaki. Now she’s trapped in his realm of magic, bizarre monsters, and kinky fae.

Roan must cure his dying brother, the only family he has left after a devastating plague. The heat between him and Laine captures his heart. But will it be enough to make him defy his clan and save her from his enemies? More

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About Tori Minard

Tori Minard writes paranormal romance and urban fantasy. When she isn’t writing fiction, she enjoys dancing, gardening, reading about folklore and mythology, surfing the web, and most of all immersing herself in other people’s fiction. Tori has had a lifelong fascination with magic and ritual techniques, and has had years of self-study in these areas. She was born in Alaska and now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, son, and micro-dog.

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Review by: Jolene Hall on Feb. 13, 2013 :
really enjoyed this book!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Shelley Nielsen on Dec. 14, 2011 :
Really enjoyed Tori Minard's novels about the Amaki. Bought one of spec and have since bought several more. love paranormal. Shelley
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Shelley Nielsen on Dec. 14, 2011 : (no rating)
Really enjoyed Tori Minard's novels about the Amaki. Bought one of spec and have since bought several more. love paranormal. Shelley
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Annemarie Nikolaus on June 09, 2011 :
Tori is a good observer and I loved all these details, she engaged to tell the story. The plot idea itself is very particular and compelling. The hero is a strong character and I liked it a lot when he had to deal wiith a certain dumbness of the heroine, which led her to defiance, when she'd better used her brain. - A minus (but this is my very personal view) is that she serves the the overused cliché of the initial adversity between heroine and hero, trying not to fall in love with each other. Here I'd wish she would have chosen something fresher, less predicale. Who loves romance and believes in happy-ends, will love this book.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: charlotte morgan on Feb. 19, 2011 :
I could not put this book down!! Minard expertly moves the reader from what initially appears to be a routine damsel-in-distress on the roadside into the tale of Laine's life as a captive in a way so subtly mesmerizing that when the story was completed and I glanced at the clock, I had to ask myself if the novel itself was written to cast a spell keeping the reader unreleased until Laine was. I don't think I have been this engaged in a book in at least 30 years and I can't wait to read other works by this author.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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