Wynter Clarke has been on her own for most of her life; having a hippie for a mother can do that to a girl, but she hasn’t let that keep her down. If no one was going to tell her what it meant to be an earth witch, then she was darn well going to figure it out for herself, and so far she’s been doing just fine!
Except for being unable to make her spells work all the time, not to mention the indecipherable spell book that she’s learning from, and the wolf-shifter who wont leave her alone…but otherwise, she’s fine.
Maddox Westbrook, on the other hand, knows exactly what it means to be a dragon. He was born to it, and he has enjoyed the power of his second form, and the power that’s evoked in all the women he’s had the pleasure of sharing company with. Until his mother and the clan seeress say it’s time to settle down. The only thing to do then is to escape to his cabin and hope their prophecy doesn’t come true.
When Wynter decides to go for a hike in the woods, she never expects to fall head-over-heels, literally, for the dragon who comes to rescue her from her near death experience. Only problem is, she can’t quite remember who she is, or why she was in the woods in the first place. But helping her to figure it all out seems like the right thing to do for Mads, and the little witch’s otherworldly beauty doesn’t hurt either.
But there’s a wolf-moon on the rise, and if Wynter can’t remember who she is in time, it just might mean the end of the silver dragon flying high.
Can Maddox help his earth witch find her true power in the face of her deadly admirer, or will they part after sharing Wynter’s Kiss?
From best-selling author Darlene Kuncytes comes a fast-paced, quick-witted paranormal romance that will have you falling in love!
Soar with the dragons and lose your heart!
November 9, 2018
February 23, 2016
Poppy hit a nerve with me from the beginning. I’ve been in situations where frustration was so intense all I wanted to do was scream at the top of my lungs while driving a car. In Poppy’s case, she was not alone and the car crashed through a store’s window.
The book is from the perspective of a young woman (no longer “jail bait” age) who discovers the man who raised her was not her biological father. She experiences anger and humility–anger that she was never told, and humility because of the circumstances of how she and her mother came to live with the man she calls “Poppy.” You experience her emotions, and discover the real truth behind the circumstances.
This is a great book for teens, one they can relate to today with so many families no longer what was considered traditional a generation or two ago. It deals with their super-charged emotions, and also reassurances that they can get through it with the support of the ones who love them.
IF YOU HAVE JUST ENOUGH TIME TO SIT DOWN AND TAKE IN THESE QUICK STORIES THIS IS YOUR BOOK. THE AUTHOR HAS PUT A LITTLE BIT OF HERSELF INTO EACH ENTERTAINING TALE.
In the center of a magical world there grows a beautiful and terrible chasm of climbing plants. On one side of the Ivy Wall we find the hell-of-Tyndra, on the other, the heaven-of-Ardnyt. But legend has it that in the middle…lives a preternatural beast that imprisons and tortures the children from both sides.
When the war against time begins, Azza will have to cross over the Ivy Wall, something that has never been done before by a living being. But if she does make it through, she just might discover who she really is and how she became trapped in this alternate reality.
A fairytale at heart, this is the first chapter in the epic saga of the youngest and most fickle of the four Norn Sisters. The same feisty immortal creature who must escape her inherent inner darkness to learn the meaning of love.
A veritable palindrome from start to finish, the narrative of Where Tyndra Turns to Ardnyt journeys through duality to discover what shocking truths emerge when up becomes down, life becomes death, suffering becomes release, and the most unexpected endings become the most surprising beginnings.
Welcome to a place where forwards and backwards are exactly the same direction. Here Where Tyndra Turns to Ardnyt.
December 14, 2016