Sunday, September 18, 2016

EskieMama Reads Review: Second of the Winterset Coven by T.S. Joyce

Second of the Winterset Coven
by T. S. Joyce


Dawn Reed is a small town girl looking for a big adventure. She’s been feeling stagnant for a while, but there is a new coven in town and the Second to the king has captured her heart. Garret has been patiently building a slow friendship, but when he cuts her off, Dawn is bereft. Not only is she losing the man she’s falling head-over-heels for, she’s losing her friends in the coven as well. But nothing is what it seems with vampires, and Garret is hiding some monstrous secrets while trying to protect her. And the closer she gets to them, and to him, the more uncertain her survival becomes.

Garret Westergaard has done this before. He’s loved hard and lost, and now the sweet human beauty, Dawn, feels like she could be his everything. Too bad he’s being haunted and hunted by ghosts from his past, because one night of unfortunate events puts her right in the middle of a brewing coven war. When keeping his distance doesn’t work, he’ll have to toe the line between man and monster to keep her safe.

Content Warning: Explicit love scenes, naughty language, and piles of sexy vampire and shifter secrets. Intended for mature audiences.

Review:                                      5 stars

I wanted to write a astonishing review here, I can see the words floating in my head, but all I can do it say the book was fantastic, wonderful, romantic and full of action.
Dawn/Torunn and Garret/Geir. Their story begins when Vikings still ruled the seas way back when. Present time finds both of them hurt and suffering, Dawn is attacked by Asmund Garret's maker and she is drawn back again to Garret and the Coven, old friends visit too, and it was nice to see them again.
What more can I say, I found the story captivating and loved every minute of it, could not puts it down till I finished it and I know I will visit Winterset again and again. Can't wait for more books from this Author, I just wish I had more of a flair with words then I do. Thank you for a super great story and a trip into a great book.

Reviewed by Jara

Happy Reading!

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