Midnight’s Star flows smoothly, hooks the reader from the first page (how do authors do that?!), and leaves you wanting more. This is book #1–perhaps we’ll see more of Dev and Avni in the next one.
The lyrical quality of her poetry gave adequate expression to the intense emotions of love, longing, and heartbreak in Keshav and Meera’s story. Each emotion is teased apart in the most beautiful manner causing the reader to feel them all the more deeply.
When Thorstein Bergson rescues a beautiful woman from a storm-tossed longship he little expects to broker a powerful marriage alliance with her. This high-status ice queen is not the comfortable wife this warrior chief is seeking, but maybe the bittersweet pain in Gyda’s eyes hides another woman beneath? The one he tasted that first night, when she kissed him with such pent-up longing…
Alisha Kay has impressed me with her engrossing storytelling in her debut book, The Maharaja’s Fake Fiancée. It’s a steamy romance with a side of family drama and a generous dollop of feminism.
A docile wife is what he wants. A husband is the last thing she needs. Can a quest for a killer teach them that they are both wrong?