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    Magnifisent

    When I started reading I couldn't put it down. Cara Bristol is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book.
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    Forbidden Enemies to Lovers

    This is really good. It is different and refreshing. It is not your normal second chance, secret baby, insta-lust nor friends to lovers. This is a unique enemy to lover romance. The female race lives in opulence and separate from the males. The males live simply and work hard for their community. Both groups worship the Goddess who is a supreme being. The females have a queen and a line of succession. The males have a leader who guide the men. There is a time when the female is overwhelmed with the urge to mate. She travels beyond the city walls to a mutual location for the men to mate. If conception occurs and the babe is female, she stays with the women. If the babe is male, he is taken to the male’s village to be with his father. This ritual occurs over and over again. In this story we have a murderous greedy ambitious female wanting to displace the line of succession so only she remains. She is evil incarnate dressed as a sweet innocent lamb. There is The Goddess's Tome. That tells of the history of the people, the future of the people and the prophecy that may or may not unite the female and male population. It is up for interpretation. There is loyalty, betrayal, secret passages and traitors. The story is well written. It is so descriptive that one can see an image in one's mind of the surroundings, the sounds, the clothing but especially the feeling and emotions of the characters. The characters are alive and stir the imagination. This is a very good book, an exciting read and I do recommend it. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Heart-mates just can't be kept apart. I love it!

    Somehow, sometime, these people got way off track and figured they didn't need the opposite sex around to 'bug' them. Surely, this could not be what the Goddess intended. I have not encountered this type of theme very often. It makes intriguing reading. The central group of characters are strong-minded individuals, bent on survival, doing right for their people. Well, with the exception of the evil character threatening to annihilate the competition for top spot. I love watching Garat and Reena getting to know each other. Early love scenes between Garat and Reena are quite lyrical as they explore and experience something totally different from their expectations. The dangers they encounter and how they work things out are edge-of-your-seat reading. Not to be missed!
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