Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

Faebourne: A Regency Romance
M Pepper

FANTASY/HISTORICAL:  In Regency England, stable and sedate Duncan Oliver is known to be a most unremarkable man in London, certainly no one’s idea of a hero. All of that changes when he is kidnapped by the eccentric Milne brothers and taken to the mysterious and hard to find mansion known as Faebourne.

Trial of a Warrior

FANTASY:  Liam MacGregor, the main character, is a Fenian Warrior now put on trial for breaking supreme Fae law, a trial that could mean his death. Still, he would do it again in a heartbeat, so he’s willing to accept whatever judgement awaits him, that is until someone comes to his rescue.

Autumn Thorne is a witch. She has always known about her powers and that one day she will find her soul mate. The fates aren't kind, however, when Keaton Carlyle, the love of her life, rejects her. Nine years later irony bites hard when Autumn is faced with training Keaton and his young daughter to harness their newly unleashed powers. Keaton realizes that he made a huge mistake years ago.

Winter Thorne has been secretly in lust and in love with Zane Carlyle for as long as she can remember. Zane has also secretly carried a torch for “Win” since spying on her and her sisters playing in the fields of their family’s estate. After an unsatisfying sexual encounter, a heated argument results in Winnie casting a revengeful memory spell.

Zadicayn is the last wizard and has been locked up for three hundred years. If he dies, the Faewraith will kill all the humans on earth, and people will cease to exist. Brynella is working with her friend, Joseara, a known thief, to help Zadicayn escape, but the church and three prominent families want to keep him imprisoned and will do all they can to ensure Zadicayn is locked up once again.