Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Tabitha Shay, Witch's Moon; Book Three of the Winslow Witches of Salem


Title: Witch’s Moon


Author Name: Tabitha Shay

Rating: Four Siren Stones



Genre: Romance


Sub-Genre: Paranormal

Keywords: Witches, Familiars

Page Count: 244


ISBN E-Book: 978-1-897559-58-1


ISBN For Print: 978-1-897559-66-6


Publisher: Eternal Press

Buy-Link :
http://www.eternalpress.biz/book.php?isbn=9781897559581

Reviewer: Kristin


Tagline:


A magical world teetering on the edge of destruction

Blurb/Summary:


Captain Koran T knows he's in serious trouble when the King of Ru-Noc orders him to kidnap Princess Kali. He's no different than any other male of his species at mating time so the urge to breed Kali is strong. But Koran T has a dark secret of his own, one that could have him banished from the coven.


Fall under the spell of a Witch's Moon--when dark forces gather to threaten the very existence of Ru-Noc--where Princess Kali and Captain Koran cross swords in a fierce battle only a witch can win!

Review:

Tabitha Shay delivers another brilliant fantasy with Witch's Moon!

The long-standing lust/hate relationship between Princess Kali and Captain Koran is enough to keep any reader on the verge of exploding with anticipation each time they are together.

The way that this extremely headstrong witch deals with her incredibly alpha male and his responses, gives the reader plenty of laugh-out-loud opportunities as well as reason to yell “What are you thinking!” aloud while reading. Their sexual tension alone delivers enough steamy conflict to keep the reader engaged, but mix that with the turmoil brewing in Ru-Noc, as well as the hidden identities Captain Koran T holds secret, but the true identity of the Princess, and you have a book difficult to put down.

Darkness, death, and sadness are powerful forces will pull at the reader throughout the book ; but, as in her previous instalments, the familiars (futhars) and banter between the characters provide balance with their comedic dialogue.

Witch's Moon is thoroughly entertaining. I cannot recommend it as a stand-alone, however, because of its abrupt ending and deeply planted storyline. Readers, be warned, you will want to have Book Four in your possession before you read the end of Witch's Moon, because you will be so enthralled in the tale that you will not want to stop reading.

Thorough editing. Professional layout.

2 comments:

Brandlwyne said...

COngrats on 4- 'Four Siren Stones' ya!!! I want them all!!!

Tabitha Shay said...

Thanks Brandlwyne,
So glad you dropped by...Hugs...Tabs