Author: Thea Harrison

Guest Review: Lionheart by Thea Harrison

Guest Review: Lionheart by Thea Harrison

Oberon’s book is here! I absolutely loved the first two books in Thea Harrison’s Moonshadow series, so I was extra excited to read this book.  Dark Fae King Oberon’s presence loomed over the last two books, despite the fact that he has been in a coma-like sleep after an assassination attempt. While in his self-induced […]

Review: Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

Review: Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

I love Dragos and Pia. The Elder Races series is wonderful all around, but every time we return to Pia and Dragos I cheer a little on the inside. These slice-of-life novellas are lovely. It’s great seeing where the Lord of the Wyr is, and how things are going with his family. In the previous […]

Sunday Spotlight: Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

Sunday Spotlight: Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

Sunday Spotlight is a feature we began in 2016. This year we’re spotlighting our favorite books, old and new. We’ll be raving about the books we love and being total fangirls. You’ve been warned. 🙂 Pia and Dragos are easily one of my favorite UF couples. I adore these little slices-of-life novellas where they’re just living […]

Lightning Guest Review: The Chosen by Thea Harrison

Lightning Guest Review: The Chosen by Thea Harrison

This review was originally published in the Amid the Winter Snow anthology review. We’ve pulled it out and are publishing it as a standalone to celebrate the single title release of The Chosen. This story takes place in the same world as the Elder Races but in one of the parallel magical universes. The Goddess […]

Guest Review: Amid the Winter Snow by Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter and Jeffe Kennedy

Guest Review: Amid the Winter Snow by Grace Draven, Thea Harrison, Elizabeth Hunter and Jeffe Kennedy

THE DARKEST NIGHT Jahna was born with a birthmark on her face (what is now known as a port wine stain) that has made her the victim of severe bullying whenever she wasn’t in her home.  Her father refuses to let her stay home when there are festivals to go to at the palace.  She […]