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Unicorn Witches: The Vengeance of the Godhe
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 97,480. Language: English. Published: September 24, 2012 by Melanie Newton. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
(5.00)
The exciting follow up novel to Unicorn Witch.
Unicorn Witch III (Return To Earth)
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 81,870. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2012 by Melanie Newton. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
(5.00)
At the end of Unicorn Witches an offer is made to recruit a geneticist from Earth to help cure the Godhes’ problems once and for all. When this offer is accepted nobody on Refuge has any idea what an adventure this would become. Marcus will deal with the Mafia family who tried to have him killed, Melanie will help out her old clinic, now The Mission Hospital, and Beverley Carpenter, expert gen
Unicorn Witch
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Price: Free! Words: 89,800. Language: English. Published: April 6, 2012 by Melanie Newton. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(4.11)
For everyone who has ever wished that unicorns existed .... they do on Refuge!


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familiars    genetics    magic    merlin    mystery    space    unicorn    unicorns    witch    witches   

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  • Scent of a White Rose on Nov. 01, 2012
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    I have to say I absolutely LOVED this book! A fantastic new take on the vampire genre which as an avid vampire reader I am always excited to see. Add to that a thoroughly enjoyable and easy reading style and I was hooked! Cannot wait to see where this series goes. I was thrilled that I had book 2 on hand and ready to go so I didn't have long to wait for the next installment! V""V
  • Captive on May 08, 2013

    There are many vampire novels out there both by mainstream and indie authors but Jennifer Leigh manages to bring something a little different in her debut novella "Captive". The opening chapter is intriguing and definitely leaves you wondering what will happen to these characters that seem so sad, so desolate, so different, and yet so the same all at the same time in just a couple of paragraphs. The story continues with a little more familiarity for those versed in the vampire genre with bonded humans, familiars etc but the story itself never feels stale. This writer could definitely use an editor to help with some of the common mistakes often found throughout indie style novels but this in no way detracts from a very compelling read. I am excited to see how this author will develop as her writing matures and she gets more comfortable with her craft but I for one will be definitely looking for her next offering. 4 out of 5 stars, not perfect but a fantastic premier performance that I would recommend to any real vampire lovers. *Note these are proper vampires and there is a fair amount of blood involved in this story, which I for one appreciate but the adult caution is supported* V""V
  • Keeping Secrets on May 13, 2013

    *I was given this book in exchange for an honest review* Let me start by saying this is not a romance in the "normal" sense of the word but for me it read as very romantic. Yes it was dark, twisted, and obviously the main characters had a ton of issues that they were dealing with, but I loved it. It was exciting for me that Kitten took the risk, stepping outside what would normally be considered the "acceptable" outcomes and although a few of the plot points were a little predictable (if you think as twistedly as I do) the premise was definitely a good on. This book is definitely not for everyone and people should be aware that there are some very adult themes running through with graphic descriptions some readers may find upsetting. To be honest I am not sure how many people would really "get" the whole story and see that the actions taken by the main character Greg, whilst not what the average person would do, made total sense to him. Kitten stays true to his character throughout and I think she does a great job keeping Abbie believable. Not everyone in the world is going to make the best choices. People are going to make mistakes, and they are going to find ways to live with them ..... even if these ways are not what society would like to believe would happen. I gave Keeping Secret 4 out of 5 stars and let me add that I was VERY glad that I had book 2 on hand. Those that don't? Prepare yourself for a cliffhanger! V""V
  • Keeping Secrets II: No More Skeletons on May 15, 2013

    Keeping Secrets II is the sequel to the dark romantic novel Keeping Secret and continues the crazy emotional rollercoaster ride right where the first book ends. Let me start by reiterating what I said in my review of book 1. This is not a romance in the "normal" sense of the word. It was dark, twisted, and obviously the main characters had a ton of issues but the story, for me, was spellbinding. I was so immersed in the lives of these characters that at one point I had to email Kitten for spoilers about the ending because I couldn't get through the pages fast enough to find out what would happen (needless to say she just laughed and didn't provide any). This is really different from anything else out there that I have come across and for me that was a great thing. I was sad to say I saw where the ending was going but I think if things had gone in a different direction some of the believability would have been lost. I went back and forth on the rating for this one and would probably say it deserves 4 1/2 stars. Definitely not a read for everyone, but for those that like there romance a LOT more on the darker side this is a must read. V""V **PLEASE NOTE : - This book is definitely not for everyone and people should be aware that there are some VERY ADULT themes running through with GRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS some readers may find very upsetting.**