Someone is trying to kill high priest Morgan Seaton, but the last person he wants protecting him is people-hater Brook Calder—a fellow Water witch from his youth. He values the witches of his coven too much to put them in danger from her shoot-first-ask-questions-later methods. But the head of Neptune’s Rangers assures Morgan that Brook is the best of the best, and attempts on his life are a weekly occurrence, so Morgan has no choice but to accept the help from the one witch he’s never been able to persuade.
If they can stop giving into their scorching desire everywhere—including the back of a limo or the bathroom floor—he might survive long enough to find out who wants him dead.
This paranormal romance is a riveting and magical read that keeps readers guessing. The author has created a fascinating world of elemental witches with some intriguing elements but there is not a lot of buildup about the world, so I am wondering if she is planning on writing more books in this world. I would certainly like to read them if she does. While I am very curious about the world, the book itself is enjoyable and entertaining even if the author doesn’t visit the world again, but I got to say I thing the Neptune’s Rangers has a lot of potential for future stories.
4 ½ STARS 3 FLAMES
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Ellora’s Cave, April 18, 2014, 164 pages, available in ebook
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Anya writes stories with romantic slants. Sometimes they're extra naughty and sometimes they're sickeningly sweet.
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