Book Review of Lady of Light and Shadows by C.L.Wilson My rating: 5 out of 5 stars The unfolding story of Rain, Tairen Soul, and Ellysetta, his truemate begins with her sharing the dark secret she has been hiding. The action picks up immediately and you are swept away through a discovery of magicical powers, betrayal of the worst kind and a love that will stand through the test of time. Add in the addition of the revelation of the Eld mages to the Celerians and you have the beginning of an epic battle that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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The book is written in a fun and engaging style that makes it easy to read. However, I must admit that I found myself constantly stopping and telling people around to…”Listen to this” as I re-read them passages from the book. I would pick up the phone and call my mother just to discuss a page Geneen had written. I’ve even gone so far as to insist that all the women in my family buy a copy so we can read and discuss it together similar to they way my above mentioned friend went through it.
This book is a velvet hammer wrapped in humor. It’s an emotional roller coaster ride that takes you from laughter, to no-holds barred hits to the foundation of your belief systems and then back to humor before a quick turn through tears and back to humor again. I strongly recommend this book for every woman who has ever felt unhappy and dissatisfied with their body, dieted or played the on again/off again game with their weight.
It is a discovery of self that is eye opening to say the least. Read it and then tell me what your experience was. I really want to know.
Book Review of Dark Light (Harmony, #5) by Jayne Castle
My rating:4 of 5 stars
To be honest, I had forgotten how much I enjoyed the Harmony series until Dark Light caught my attention at the library. Within minutes of opening up the book I was hooked right back into the high-rez, psi-world. I have to be honest that I was a little disappointed that Fontana and Sierra didn’t get to experience the effects of the highly lustful after-burn of handling psi-energy but overall it was a great read. I will say this though, one of the things that makes the book so much fun is the ever present Elvis. Wondering how Elvis plays into all of this? Pick up the book and find out.