Thursday, February 21, 2013

Review: The Witch's Dream by Victoria Danann

This virtual book tour is presented by Bewitching Book Tours.
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Welcome to The Wormhole and my second day on the tour.
It is my pleasure to feature book two of Victoria Danann's series, Order of the Black Swan, The Witch's Dream.

The Witch’s Dream 
By Victoria Danann
The Order of the Black Swan
Book Two

Genre: Paranormal Romance / Paranormal Adult Fantasy / Urban Fantasy

Book Description:
Amazon BEST SELLER Fantasy Romance.

READING THE SERIES IN ORDER HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

SMART.  SEXY.  MAGICAL.

From New York to Ireland to Edinburgh to Siena to the Texas Hill Country to Napa Valley, a secret society, a witch, a demon, a psychic, a berserker, an ex-vampire, modern day knights, heroes, werewolves, elves and fae come together where emotions intersect. The story maps a trail from rages to hunts to epiphanies, but, in the end, proves that true love can find you in the strangest places, when you're least expecting it, even when you're far, far from home.

He was left behind when Elora Laiken made her choice. Now he’s had it with love, but a transplanted witch who happens to be the world’s best tracker hopes she can change his mind.
The Witch’s Dream begins with B Team on temporary assignment to Black Swan headquarters in Edinburgh where they are supposed to fill in for stretched-thin resources and assist with a werewolf issue. They’ve been given permission to stop in Ireland for a few days and help celebrate a handfasting at the palace in Derry.

When they reach Edinburgh, the afterglow of an elftale wedding quickly turns all business. A missing person report turns into a demon abduction. A simple werewolf sanction becomes a diplomatic issue requiring the one thing Elora is no longer willing to give - finesse.

Erotic quotient: A few steamy scenes. No menage. No BDSM.


My thoughts:
I truly enjoyed My Familiar Stranger (book one) and was looking forward to getting back to the series and the characters that I fell in love with.  I was a little worried, because of how much I liked book one, but needn't have - book two is as good as book one.  
We meet new characters and they are as well done as expected - carefully created with all those things you look and fall for, making you feel like you know them and are right there with them.  The story line is wonderful, intriguing and entertaining with just enough romance and action.  I love Victoria Dannann's writing style and her use of language, a bonafide wordsmith!  I can't wait to get started on book three!

1 comment:

Victoria Danann said...

Dear Beverly -

Thank you for the lovely review of The Witch's Dream and for featuring this book on your blog. I can't wait for you to get started on Book 3!

My best,
Victoria