Silver Hollow (Borderlands Saga #1)

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
Into a land of Fae, Dragons, and the power of Excalibur...
Amie ignores the unexplained mysteries in her life, including her father’s untimely death, and the fact technology goes haywire around her. Until a psycho stabs her in an alley and she’s brought back to life by a familiar stranger who might be the Merlin. With no choice to protect her friends, Amie follows her savior across the Atlantic More
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About Jennifer Silverwood

Jennifer Silverwood has been involved in the publishing world since 2012 and is passionate about supporting the writing community however she can. After studying traditional art at University, she began helping Qamber Designs & Media bring authors' books to life. Jennifer is the founder of We Write Fantasy, a support group for fellow genre authors. She is the author of the Borderlands Saga and the stand-alone romance titles Stay and She Walks in Moonlight.

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"Madness begets madness..." Discover the world of Silver Hollow, a place of ancient traditions and supernatural dangers, where everything is the opposite of what it seems and few escape sane. Available for Pre-Order wherever eBooks are sold! **Revised & Expanded Edition**

About the Series: The Borderlands Saga
Into a land of Fae, Dragons, and the power of Excalibur...
A boundary has been breached and a legacy is about to be fulfilled. Taking place in a parallel realm in the English countryside, The Borderlands Saga is a Contemporary Fantasy Romance for mature teens & adults. (Silver Hollow was previously published as a stand-alone. The sequel, Blackbriar Cove is now available. Dalriada Valley will release on Sept 30, 2022)

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Reviews of Silver Hollow (Borderlands Saga #1) by Jennifer Silverwood

Glitchdisco reviewed on Sep. 30, 2021

I had mixed feelings about this book. I thought it would be about a writer trying to solve the mystery of her parents' death, with supernatural elements. It's more like an Arthurian AU, where Arthur and crew are all typical characters in an urban fantasy/romance series. Merlin is the asshole love interest that the main character is instantly obsessed with. It's hard to describe without giving away too much of the plot. It felt like a mash-up of a bunch of different genres that didn't quite work together, but by the end of the book, I was enjoying it. The end to the book is sad, but uplifting. I don't know if I'll read the next one, though.
(reviewed 88 days after purchase)

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