Doug’s Review of Darkly Dreaming

review iconSo, I am trying to get back into things, but to be honest there just hasn’t been that much going on. I thought I would do a catch-up post covering everything that I missed over the five days I was gone, but really I didn’t miss anything at all.

Thankfully, Doug Meeks sent over a book recommendation/review of an upcoming release called Darkly Dreaming, which is a great deal at only 99 cents. It is due out next week, and it features stories from Elizabeth Hunter, Grace Draven, Danielle Monsch, Kristen Painter, and Cate Rowan.

darkly dreamingWhat Doug said…

I would usually go through and rate each of these fine novels individually but the review would get much too lengthy and you can research each of these books for yourself if you wish BUT I can say that ALL of these books are pretty much 4.5-5 Star reading. None are boring at least one might leave you emotionally drained.

I had read 3 of these books and decided that for 99 cents to get two full novels it was a steal …. and it was truly a bargain for quality reading.

Possibly the best 99 cent deal I have seen in months (years?) Darkly Dreaming: A Five Book Fantasy Romance Anthology since the following 5 full novels are included, I assume they thought it was a good way to introduce people to their writings, for 99 cents I bought it just for the two novels I had not read

​ and now that I have read all 5 novels I can say that they are ALL 4.5+ novels with no hesitation:​

Feared by a priesthood. Coveted by a god. Tempted by a slave. In Grace Draven’s Master of Crows, a renegade mage must battle a god for his soul and decide if his fate-and the fate of nations-is worth the life of the spy he has come to love.

Experience sword, sorcery, and mythical beings as never before in Stone Guardian (Entwined Realms Book 1), the first book of the Entwined Realms by Danielle Monsch. Larissa’s sheltered world is destroyed when she is targeted by Necromancers. With nowhere else to turn, Larissa forms an uneasy alliance with Terak, leader of the Gargoyles. Will Terak be Larissa’s salvation, or her downfall?

Sometimes love is the most dangerous magic of all. In Heart Of Fire: A fantasy romance by Kristen Painter, Jessalyne leaves a sheltered life to tame her dangerous magic by becoming apprentice to a powerful sorceress, but she’ll need the deadliest man in the realm to get her there safely. If they don’t kill each other first.

Be swept away in Kismet’s Kiss: A Fantasy Romance (Alaia Chronicles) by Cate Rowan. In the desert realm of Kad, a deadly epidemic strikes the palace of Sultan Kuramos. Only a mystical healer from an enemy land may have the skill to save his household. But he never imagined that healer would be a woman.

Hidden at the crossroads of the world, an ancient race battles to protect humanity, even as it dies from within. Ava comes to modern day Istanbul in The Scribe: Irin Chronicles Book One, the first book in the Irin Chronicles by Elizabeth Hunter. One woman searching for answers finds a reluctant guardian in a warrior whose magic is written on his skin. But does Ava have magic of her own?

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6 thoughts on “Doug’s Review of Darkly Dreaming

    • dougmeeks says:

      Trust me, the other three are exceptional BUT be aware The Scribe is an exceptionally emotional and the ending will not be satisfactory for most so be aware you will want to purchase The Singer which while an excellent novel will pale in comparison to the first book, the finale for this excellent trilogy will be released around Mar 2015, I can hardly wait. It excels in “WTF just happened” moments 🙂

  1. Monika says:

    Thanks for the recommendation, Doug. I don’t have any of the books, but I am particularly interested in 2Stone Guardian”, having read “The Cage King”. At 99 cent it really is a steal (even for one novel alone), and if the others are good also, all the better!

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