What the book has to say:
Tobias is a fox-shifter, stolen in childhood from his home-world. Now he works as an agent for the secretive and powerful sentinels, trying to bring an end to the interworld slave trade.
Etty is a street-smart spitfire from the wrong side of the tracks. She harbors untrained magical abilities and a deep longing for a better life. Can she channel these into working as Tobias’ assistant?
Will they survive a life-changing mission where love and danger are only a heartbeat away, and the fate of rift worlds hangs in the balance?
What I have to say:
Tobias is trying to bring an end to the interworld slave trade and Etty harbors untrained magical abilities that would make her the perfect partner if they survive a life changing mission where love and danger are only a heartbeat away in this daring paranormal steampunk romance. As usual with steampunk, the world is a cross between old fashioned and futuristic but this one has some interesting elements and qualities that make it quite different – it has shifters but it also has some very intriguing worlds with fascinating characters and rifters. I don’t normally get into steampunk stories all that much, but I have to admit that this one took my surprise and I found myself caught up in it although there were some instances when I thought the story dragged just a little, anyway I am looking forward to seeing what adventure the Rifters takes me on next.
See my full review at: http://www.theromancereviews.com/viewbooks.php?bookid=17447
April 9 2015, 218 pages, ebook & print
This is a multiple-worlds fantasy series, with strong romantic elements. Each book can stand alone, (no cliffhangers), but there is a larger story arc that plays out over the course of the series. Your experience will be enhanced by reading them in order.
Introducing the Diana Green:
Since her childhood, growing up in New Zealand, Diana has been an avid storyteller. For years she enjoyed teaching art and special education, while continuing to write as a hobby. After she developed an auto-immune disorder, a career change was necessary, but happily this led her to become an Amazon bestselling author.
Diana’s books are mostly fantasy and science fiction with strong romantic elements. She has been a finalist for the CRW Award of Excellence, the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and the Aspen Gold Published Novel Contest. At present, she self-publishes and writes for the Wild Rose Press.
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