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Magic and Mayhem

Ciar is the epitome of both. The bane of my existence. Well, he used to be. 

Instead of letting me wade out into a world I was no longer a part of, alone - he came with me. To discover my Triad, to discover myself.

The former bane of my existence is now the only reason I still have one. 

Now, he's all Fae male and looking at me with a new hunger in his green eyes. 

He's making a claim and telling me that there will be more. Two more, in fact. 

What the hell am I going to do with three of them?

This is a slow-burn reverse harem novel, or as I like to call it, "Multiple Mayhem".

©2018 Zoe Parker (P)2020 Zoe Parker

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Not to be missed!

This book blew me away, right from the beginning I was hanging on every word, and charmed by the characters. I absolutely loved Ciar and Cary, and was intrigued by the plot twists which kept me on my toes, and desperate to find out more, I can't wait to get started on the next book to find out whats next for Cary's triad and her growing family, I have a feeling this series is going to be amazing. As always Melissa Schwairy's narration was beautiful and helped bring the book to life. I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

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  • 01-12-20

Reads more like a YA, but still fun

I really enjoyed this book overall, and am looking forward to the next one but the constant reiteration that the story's setting "is just like high school" makes this book feel more like a YA and the main character acts and sounds like a teen rather than the twenty-something she's intended to be. There are some light sex scenes but even those are tinged with a "teenage love" type feel with the main character spending most of the book agonizing about going that far, etc.

Again, still fun, but not the adult paranormal romance I was expecting.

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