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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Stolen Magic By Esri Rose

Stolen Magic
Author: Esri Rose
Book Type: Paperback
Rating:* * * *
Review Date: 6/22/2009

"Romance Can Be Tricky...In a world where humans are displacing elves in alarming numbers, Adlia spends her days working at elf headquarters. But with no artistic talent of her own, and orphaned too young to have known her parents, Adlia is an outsider even among her own elven kind. Only Mark, her human photography instructor, sees that beneath her sarcastic humour lies a vulnerable soul - and a desirable young woman...Especially When An Elf Is Involved. But while relationships with humans are pleasurable, they're also complicated, as Adlia is about to discover. For somewhere between her mind-blowing first human kiss and falling in love, a mysterious memory loss strikes the elf population. Now Adlia has to save her people and herself before she forgets everything. If she succeeds, she may also solve an important piece of her personal puzzle and find that Mark fits perfectly."

Loved this book although I recognized the bad guy too early on for my enjoyment. Rose should have had a red herring or two to keep us guessing. The continuing saga of the Bolder Elves was an enjoyable read. As I had checked out Rose's web site, I was tickled to see that the hotel that they holed up in was familiar as I had read about it on her site. A interesting way to advertise I might add. I love paranormal romances and this elf series has been fun. Hope there are more in the series.

                                       Boulder Elves

1 comment:

Esri Rose said...

You're absolutely right, I should have had some red herrings.