Binding Curse: Dark Fae Hollow 4 (Dark Fae Hollows)
By T.F. Walsh
She needs him to save the world. He needs her to save himself.
A terrifying darkness has risen and is sweeping Kutia Hollow, leaving dead bodies in its wake. Luna Vale, a fae militia lieutenant in post-apocalyptic Moscow, discovers evidence that a criminal holds the answer to stopping the murders. Except those in charge at the precinct are corrupt. She’s determined to protect everyone from extinction and breaks Axel out of prison.
Devastated to be on the run from her former friends and colleagues, she must now work together with Axel before the killers close in on them. But time is running out, and falling for Axel only heightens the dangers. To survive, Luna must find strength in her arcane powers and confront the cursed creatures whose malevolence knows no bounds. Failure isn’t an option. Not when it means losing her family, her job, and her life.
I loved this book! It has action, suspense and passion off the charts!
Binding Curse: Dark Fae Hollow 4 (Dark Fae Hollows) is a riveting urban fantasy. I loved how T.F. Walsh combined a lush community and the desolate surrounding area into a suspenseful, action packed with combustible emotions between her two characters. I couldn’t ask for a more perfect plot.
T.F. Walsh’s talent as a storyteller deserves high praise for Binding Curse: Dark Fae Hollows 4 (Dark Fae Hollows).
Fallen Crest Home
It’s been years since my mother was in my life.
I learned to accept love.
That’s all done. She was away, and now she’s back.
I avoided her for a year and a half, but I couldn’t hide anymore.
Mason had an internship in Fallen Crest, so we headed back for the summer.
And when we got there—no one was prepared for what happened.
Losing the man she loved to a terrible accident, pushes Amy Flanders into a life of independence. Her only source of comfort is her work—a business dedicated to the care and training of horses. Until one lonely night leads her into the arms of Brock Baisdin. A man who fulfills her deepest desires and reignites a flame long forgotten.
Between his picky tastes and running his own business, Brock Baisdin has little time for women, but that doesn’t stop him from looking for love. After saving Amy from a cancelled date, Brock is instantly drawn to the shy and beautiful woman hiding secrets beneath her lust-filled baby blues—secrets he finds himself eager to discover.
Undeniable attraction pulls them into each other’s arms. Hope draws them into each other’s lives. For Amy Flanders, Brock Baisdin may be the man to bring love back into her lonely life, if only she can overcome the wounds of her past and face her biggest fear—risking the pain of another shattered heart.
One woman’s journey to rise above the ashes to find trust and love once again.
Betty Shreffler is a wonderful author. I loved her book, Fire on the Farm (Second Chance Cowboy Romance), she showed me there is such a thing as a second chance at love.
Amy fell in love with the perfect man. They shared the true meaning of friendship and love. Then one day it fell to ashes. Betty Shreffler found a way into my heart with this romantic story.
Both Amy and Brock must learn to trust in each other to explore their feelings. The characters emotional rollercoaster showed me how creative Betty Shreffler truly is as her characters go from bliss to devastation, guilt and finally to trust in order to bring them to life. Fire on the Farm (Second Chance Cowboy Romance) caused me at times to cry, to laugh, I was frustrated, and then I felt joy.
In my opinion, Fire on the Farm (Second Chance Cowboy Romance)is beautifully written and the story is about loss and forgiveness and the willingness to put trust in another person in order to come together to find once again.
I loved Fire on the Farm and couldn’t put it down!
For seven years, Cooper’s done nothing but try to forget.
Forget the night she nearly died. Forget the weeks and months and hospitals that followed. And, mostly, forget Reed. The boy she nearly married. The boy she loved. The boy who woke up from the accident… and couldn’t remember.
Seven years later, Cooper finally has her life back on track. She’s got a home, a career, and a man who waited patiently for her heart to heal. Then, just as it starts to pay off to forget, fate threatens to steal it all away a second time when Reed suddenly shows up…and remembers.
Desperation, friendship, finding oneself and finding love!
What you’d do if you woke up in a hospital and didn’t remember your past? Well that didn’t happen to Cooper, she remembered everything.
Forget Me Not by K.S. Thomas, has a unique storyline I loved because we get to meet all three characters, Cooper, Gunner, and Reed.
I went thru a range of emotions: shock, relief, frustration, happiness, sadness and Joy. If I can immerse myself in a book where I can anticipate and feel what the author conveyed on every page it’s worth reading.
And Forget Me Not is definitely worth reading!