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Reading Suggestions – Love's Prey by Francesca Quarto (2018).

Something I have recently added to my reading list at request by the author! Thrilled at the honor to review this book. Let’s hope my review, once read does not disappoint. Looks like a good book!


Love’s Prey by Francesca Quarto.



Tricia Cooley’s dream is to escape her life in the Black Hills forever and follow her love of art into the Chicago galleries, but her exotic beauty draws the attention of any man seeing her on or off the Sioux Reservation. Her fantasy becomes a nightmare when the one man she trusts turns her into a killer and escaping means running for her very life.

While Tricia tears blindly through the night, the scent of death fills the air with sweet allure to a rogue band of shapeshifters. Her clan’s powerful shaman, Shadow Stalker, knows these Hunters are in pursuit, and that their leader, Dream Slayer, finds Tricia as irresistible as his lust for power.

Jackson Wolf, a Keeper of The People, is sent to protect her from the beasts that shadow her. His growing feelings challenge his discipline, just as they are forced to battle a pack of wild shifters.

Tricia must unleash the warrior within herself if she is to survive the diabolical scheme to kidnap and turn her into a sex slave for a demonic shaman.

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Book Suggestions – Blackfish City, by Sam J. Miller (2018).

This sounds like it could be really good. A city destroyed and on the mend, whisperings of strange others and even one in their midst.

Definitely a book to consider from this year’s publications ☺️.

Blackfish City, by Sam J Miller.


After the climate wars, a floating city was constructed in the Arctic Circle. Once a remarkable feat of mechanical and social engineering it is now rife with corruption and the population simmers with unrest.

Into this turmoil comes a strange new visitor – a woman accompanied by an orca and a chained polar bear. She disappears into the crowds looking for someone she lost thirty years ago, followed by whispers of a vanished people who could bond with animals. Her arrival draws together four people and sparks a chain of events that will change Blackfish City forever.

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Reading Recommendations – Ship of Magic, by Robin Hobb (2011).

Another one from Robin Hobb, Book one of the Liveship Traders Series, Ship of Magic, is the beginning of an amazing adventure that will test the will of many well written characters that readers will absolutely fall in love with. From the Liveships to those they connect to this is a fantastic novel for sure.

Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb


On the northernmost point of the Cursed Shores lies Bingtown, a bustling hub of exotic trade and home to a proud merchant nobility famed for its extraordinary vessels.

Only Bingtown liveships can negotiate the perilous waters of the Rain Wild River and plunder the riches found upstream, but such vessels are made from the most precious commodity in the world – a material with the ability to become sentient – and so are extremely rare.

The fortunes of one of Bingtown’s oldest families rest on the newly awakened liveship Vivacia. For Althea Vestrit, the ship is her rightful legacy. But the fate of Vivacia – and the Vestrits – may ultimately lie in the hands of the dark and charming pirate, Kennit, who lusts after such a ship and has plans of his own . . .