Thursday, May 23, 2013

Thalia Frost, Her Goblin Protector

Title:  Her Goblin Protector
Author:  Thalia Frost
Rating:  Three Siren Stones

Genre:  Paranormal Erotic Romance
Keywords:  Book 1, Goblins    
Word Count:  9500          
ISBN E-Book:  978-1-61937-262-7
Price:  $ .99 
Publisher:  Musa Publishing 
Reviewer:  Kristin Boyd


Lizzie Lake’s house sitting job in the hills of Appalachia is about to get very interesting when a sensual fight between man and goblin breaks out...

Lizzie Lake looks forward to a few peaceful months at her aunt’s place, Landry’s Farm, but her first night proves the place is anything but tranquil.

When she sees a non-human but handsome face in the window, she wonders if the superstitions her Aunt Lou holds are true. After finding a dog eared copy of the poem Goblin Market, she suspects that an old myth from the past lives on in the present. Handsome local Riley Mann distracts her from the strange goings on, but an encounter with a goblin man, Lorcan, changes everything. Will he be able to protect Lizzie from danger, and can she trust her heart to him?


Her Goblin Protector was an enjoyable quick read.  The story seemed to be more of an introduction to characters than an actual complete book, but was entertaining and captivating nonetheless.

Lizzie, a college graduate housesitting for her aunt finds herself spooked by peering eyes her first evening in the secluded home. Thereafter, she finds clues as to who or what was watching her through a classic novel she finds on her aunt's bookshelf.

Lorcan, a goblin, spotted Lizzie upon her arrival and knew in an instant she belonged to him.  He watched her through the window and even haunts her sleep before finally revealing himself during the climax of the tale.

It was a smooth read, descriptive and imaginitive.  There are more books in the Goblin series by this author which might have been better released as a compilation piece. 

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