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by Marie Harte
Released: March 6 2018
Series: Ethereal Foes #1
Published by self-publsihed
“This is a short, hot read.”
~ Under the Covers
As a fan of Marie Harte, I was curious about this Paranormal Romance series that features demons and dragons. This is a rerelease so I don’t know if changes were made to the original but the worldbuilding in this novella is quite advanced. I feel like there’s a lot of things in motion before the story starts and therefore, I did feel like I was dragging behind a little bit. Things move at a fast paced so I kind of wished there was more page time to explore the world and the relationship between the hero and heroine. But Harte does cover both species really well, leaving room for the other books in the series.
This is a short, hot read that has a bit of angry sex and multiple partners action. For the romance to be solid though, I would have liked to see more dialogue or more sweet moments between them before the story wrapped up. But I am looking forward to checking out the other books in the series.
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