Magali A. Fréchette writes the darker side of stories. Paranormal, dark fantasy, and mystery/thriller, but always with romance – she’s an extremist and loves both dark and cute things. All her stories are either set in Canada, or in alternate worlds (makes sense since she’s Canadian, right?). She is always writing and enjoys freelancing as a book cover designer.
Magali wrote her first story when she was 12 years old (and she’ll never speak of it again!), but started taking her writing seriously three years later. Since then, she always writes. It’s always been a dream to be a published author, and she can happily say she’s reached that first goal and plans on continuing writing and publishing for the rest of her days.
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My Life to Take
by Magali Fréchette
Everything Celina thought she knew was a lie.
Her husband’s murder, her family’s religion…nothing was what it seemed. The avenging blood on her hands is barely dry, but she’ll do whatever it takes to save this unshakable proof of their love. Even swallow her terror to fulfill the bargain that was sealed on a bed of lies.
My Soul to Give
by Magali Fréchette
When Celina Leviet escapes the brutal home invasion that kills her husband, she’s left with a bullet in her gut and vengeance in her heart. An alluring demon, Mekaisto, offers an irresistible deal—in exchange for her soul, he’ll let her live long enough to get her revenge, but she must hunt and kill the murderers herself.
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Smashwords book reviews by Magali Fréchette
A Mate for the Savage
on July 14, 2017
Okay, so first of all, you know a book is really good when you consider reading while at work even if it means getting fired!
I read this during every possible break (and was actually late getting back because I needed more time!), and finished same day I started.
This book is good - even though it's on the shorter side for sure, I found it was the perfect length. It told the story, and did it very well, and there was never a dull moment. The characters were well-developed, and real. The story moves in a good flow, the pacing fantastic, and the voice for both characters are so different and unique, you'd never mix up who was speaking - great dialogue, too!
All in all, a great read with fantastic steamy *fans self* read!
on July 14, 2017
I really enjoyed this book!
To be honest, I usually don’t read anything with more than two POVs (exceptions to GAME OF THRONES), but you cannot NOT love Dori – I mean, a goth Fairy Godmother? Can I have one please?
Okay, so back to the review:
All of the characters I enjoyed – they all brought something to the storyline. Viktor, being my favorite because I loved his humorous thoughts, and just everything about him. The story kept me on the edge of my seat at times, and made me laugh out loud and grin like an idiot. Flow was great, and there was never a dull moment in this story. I’m also intrigued with more of Dori’s story (and parentage) and to see if anything develops with that little crush of hers *wiggles eyebrows* Not to mention, the intimate scenes in this book is pretty steamy *fans self* – loved it!
If you want a story that’s really well written, fun characters, and great story, I highly recommend you buy this book and read it. Sarah Marsh is a natural-born writer, and I look forward to reading more of her wonderfully well-written stories!
on July 16, 2017
The story was very original and unique - I found myself loving both the main characters, and could really feel all of the emotions, even the sad ones that made me want to cry, but that just made me more invested in their story.
There were some parts here and there where I felt like the inner thoughts of Celeste dragged on a bit, and I found myself skimming over them because a lot of time, they became a bit repetitive, but all in all, the story held really well together. There was a threat lingering over their relationship problems, which made the stakes higher, and I loved the 'twist' of sorts at the end. My favorite character turned out to be Bast, but I did really love Celeste and Lysett.
Good plot, unique story, memorable characters!
Her Dangerous Mistake
on July 19, 2017
This was a really great read! I'm not usually one for shifters, but there was something different and magical about dragon shifters that made me love the story even more. Not only is the story itself great, but that magical, unique touch made it all the greater. I enjoyed both characters, each being different from one another, yet compatible and a bit like two puzzle pieces meant to compliment one another - the dynamic was good.
The pacing was perfect - I was never bored, and the intimacy scenes were never dull nor were they repetitive! Fresh every time and hot!
I look forward to reading more great stories by Erin M. Leaf!
on July 24, 2017
I loved this story so much. It took a unique spin, not only in the story but the characters. I loved that Tolcan, despite changing the way he thinks about humans doesn't change who he is as a person (...alien? male? well, you know what I mean!) - he's raw, dangerous, and dominant, and he doesn't apologize for it, yet he's not forceful, and he's patient. More than lust, he desires Greta's happiness, and that's something that I found unique to this story. It wasn't the typical "he desires her consent" (which, he also does, and that's good!), but he actually wants her to be happy. I loved that.
Greta isn't stupid, and I adore her for it. Too many times, the whole "talking back" and "trying to escape" is done over and over, but she's smart, and it's not that she gave up, but there's just no point in running out there only to get caught again. I love smart in a heroine. I also really liked that while she did fight her feelings for Tolcan, she wasn't debating the same fight within her self over and over - not that she bent over quickly (ha - pun intended!) because she does go back and forth about it, but it's not annoying, and I really love her for it.
The world building and culture were also fantastic, and I'm hoping to learn more about it!
The only thing I'm stressing out about is that the story won't continue - I see that it's apparently a series, so I'll be crossing my fingers that we get the next great sequel soon since the end left an open story with a lot of questions I need to be answered, plus I really need to know what happens with Tolcan and Greta next!
Loved, loved, loved this book!