Warlock: A Fae's Vengeance

Warlock A Fae s Vengeance Shawn Moore was starting to wonder when this crazy ride would end and he could take a breath He d handled everything that had come his way so far only to now fall afoul of a crazy fae and her twiste

  • Title: Warlock: A Fae's Vengeance
  • Author: D.R. Rosier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Shawn Moore was starting to wonder when this crazy ride would end, and he could take a breath He d handled everything that had come his way so far, only to now fall afoul of a crazy fae and her twisted desire to destroy him, for a point of fae honor he couldn t even comprehend Can he resist the power of a fae, or learn enough to defeat her before she destroys him, and riShawn Moore was starting to wonder when this crazy ride would end, and he could take a breath He d handled everything that had come his way so far, only to now fall afoul of a crazy fae and her twisted desire to destroy him, for a point of fae honor he couldn t even comprehend Can he resist the power of a fae, or learn enough to defeat her before she destroys him, and rips the city apart in a fit of pique WARNING This book is an erotic urban fantasy novel If you are offended by explicit sex, do not buy this book There are MF, FF, and MFF scenes of a sexually explicit nature NOTE This novel is told in the first person point of view for Shawn, and in the third person for various others.

    One thought on “Warlock: A Fae's Vengeance”

    1. Nicely done and well ended trilogy.Kindle Unlimited - Thank you.Just a really fun rip snortin' read. There's swords so I guess I can even add swashbuckling good times. Have to admit that the plentiful sex scenes came close to being skim worthy (no entendres intended), but it's the characters and the storylines that kept me reading to the end.Although the finale and ending was about as complete as could be, it'd be fun to spend more time with these characters. A houseful of children with Shawn fo [...]

    2. Well DoneThanks Mr Rosier, I enjoyed the Shawn Moore series. I don't mind adult situations supporting a story, and this three book series has a lot, but sometimes implied works just as well; for what that's worth. Regardless, the story and the characters worked well together, and there was a great ending.Each book was a good, quick read, full of excitement; maybe a little too short, but very enjoyable.D. R. Rosier is on my list of authors I follow.

    3. YumYou know what it feels like when something tastes goodke a warm gooey cookie or some deliciously salty chips might no necessarily be the healthiest of foods but it is some of the tastiestat's what this book feels like, like really tasty, super greasy junk food. The kind memories are made of. I eagerly await a fourth serving.

    4. Wish there was more story! Loved the books, loved the characters! Loved the steamy parts and the action. The series was Totally worth the read!

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