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  • Great Collection!

    Ballgowns & Butterflies by Kelley Armstrong - 3.5 Stars Ball gowns and Butterflies is a very interesting and intriguing time travel. I wish it didn’t have so much info dumping but it was still an enjoyable read. I like the world and the characters and I’m very much interested in exploring more of both. The Long Night of the Crystalline Moon, a prequel novella to Heirs of Magic by Jeffe Kennedy - 4.5 Stars I thoroughly enjoyed The Long Night of the Crystalline Moon. It’s the second generation of one of my fave series. It’s magic filled, there’s angst, betrayal and so much more. It ends on a cliffy so I’m dying to get my hands on the first book in this new series. Blood Martinis and Mistletoe by Melissa Marr - 4 Stars I enjoyed Blood Martinis and Mistletoe. I admit I was a bit confused at the beginning but the more I read the more I understood and the more this interesting and intriguing world captured my attention. It’s a world I definitely want to explore more of. Echoes of Ash & Tears, an Earthsinger Chronicles Novella, by L. Penelope - 4.5 Stars I loved Echoes of Ash & Tears. It was so good. I loved the characters, the magic, the world and so much more. I can’t wait to get caught up on this series. I definitely recommend this anthology to all Fantasy lovers.

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    This was an excellent Anthology and I loved the stories. I bought it of course because of Kelley Armstrong's Ballgowns & Butterflies which is a Xmas story to her recent Victorian time-travel novel, A Stitch in time. This short story was a definite 5 star read and was a great follow up to the novel. The 2nd story The long night of the Crystalline moon by Jeffe Kennedy was also great. A new author for me, the story seemed to be a set up for a new series, and was quite intriguing. I enjoyed the romance between Rhyian and Salena. For fans of paranormal/shapeshifters. 4 stars Blood Martinis and mistletoe by Melissa Marr This story was great, but this had a lot of info from her previous novel (The wicked and the dead) and I think I would have enjoyed it a bit more had I read it first (I am like that) -- I grabbed it, and will probably read it over the Xmas holidays...I love stories with Witches, Fae & others. While I have yet to read Melissa big series Wicked lovely, I have read some of her other short stories from anthologies, and her trilogy with Kelley. I love her writing. Because of Eli's adoration of Geneviève, and their chemistry; this story also gets 5 stars. Echoes of Ash & Tears by L. Penelope This was a fantastic story and you do not need to read the author's series to enjoy this story. I am sorry to say, I had the chance to read and review the first book of the series years ago, and due to issues, I left reviewing for 2 years and did not get back to review it. Because of this story, I am going to go back with new eyes. Thank you for the 2nd chance! 5 stars. A memory of Summer by Grace Draven Another good story but a bit short and ended abruptly. I enjoyed the chemistry between Emerence and Gaeres, and the fact that she was older was great, and while this takes place in the world of her Wraith King series, you really didnt need to read it in order to enjoy it. 3.5 stars

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