Found by Frost by Terry Bolryder

His soul match has powers beyond comprehension…and she needs his body to awaken them. 

Boreas, now Brett, is one of the most powerful warriors of the fae world, and not worried at all about his undercover mission to assist humanity in fighting off rogue chaos princes. Until he meets Avery Williams and feels a bond that entwines his very fate with hers. 

He’d die for her, fight with his giant wand for her, and show her his true form if only she would stop calling him crazy and let him awaken the hidden passion inside her heart. 

Avery pretends to lead a normal life, while secretly helping the world with powers she doesn’t understand and never asked for. But the odd, impossibly gorgeous man downstairs is ruining everything, calling to her heart and body as never before. 

When darkness comes for Avery, Brett is there, giving her a glimpse into a world she never imagined. A world of danger and magic and wonder. A world where she might not survive if she doesn’t awaken her powers, and learn about the powerful bonds that can either make her and Brett stronger or tear them both apart. 

This is an adult 18+ story that contains language, possible violence, and sexual situations geared to an adult audience.

Titles in the Wings, Wands, and Soul Bonds series include —  Found by Frost – Defended by Darkness – Held by Heat – Loved by Light –

These Fae were introduced in the previous series: Titles in the Forgotten Dragons series include – Dragon Next Door – Dragon Meets Girl – Dragon to the Rescue – Dragon with Benefits – Dragon in Love

These series have a growing connection to the other dragon series within Ms. Bolryder’s dragon world.

This Paranormal Romance Novel was first reviewed on my Shifter Haven site, the review is mine – it is being cross-posted here as it contains stories of the Fae.

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Water Me Next Week: A Succulent’s Plea by Theresa Ebro (a review)

I recently decided to try my hand at creating a Succulent/Cactus Fairy Garden in a container.  Because I’m a “need to know as much as I can before I start a new project” type of person, I’ve been checking out books on various types of succulents.

Not all books are worth the time to read let alone purchase, so anything you see here are books that I have or soon will purchase for my own permanent resource library.

Water Me Next Week: A Succulent’s Plea is a book that I loved leafing through and devoured in reading all the tips, hints, and plant care information.  I think that this information will help me keep cactus and succulents alive in my home (which has never been easy as I tend to water too much).

Normally, I’d put the book cover blurb right here but for this book that blurb is very long, so read more about Water Me Next Week: A Succulent’s Plea by hitting the ‘continue reading’ link below.

(also, the cover picture and the light blue links will take you to Amazon where you could purchase this title if you wish) I’m also fairly certain you could find this at your local library.

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Essential Succulents: The Beginner’s Guide (a review)

I went searching for a plant guide to succulents for a Fairy Garden I’m planning.  And, honestly, I didn’t want to spend a lot of money (yet) before knowing if I was actually going to do this.

I found “Essential Succulents: The Beginner’s Guide” on Amazon, discovered in addition it was available through Kindle Unlimited (which I have since I’m such a romance novel addicted soul) …and decided to give it a try.

I found it to be an invaluable source of information – and I took tons of notes for when I actually begin creating my own succulent Fairy Gardens.  In fact, I’ll go back and purchase it at that time in order to write my own notes on the pages.

Because the book is in the Kindle Unlimited subscription program, you’ll only find this one (on-line) at Amazon and I’ve provided affiliate links in this post and on the book cover picture should you want to check it out for yourself.  (You can most likely also find this in any physical book store, so the choice is yours)