Stolen Hearts Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 3427 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 176 pages
- Publication Date : August 25, 2019
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07WPSNM3P
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,912,086 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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That’s why Callisto comes to Mervyn. He had seen the fairy-lights on the wizard’s door and hoped that the sign of a fairy’s favor meant he could trust the man inside. See he has already come across one wizard–-and it has left him without a heart and with a badly working charm in its place. As that wizard uses their connection to Callisto, Callisto is being slowly drained of his magic…and very soon his life-force. If Mervyn can not help him it is very likely that in three days he will be dead.
I totally swear that I didn’t do this on purpose, but it seemed I really needed some metal-heart-swap in my life, because this is the second book in the last week I have reviewed with that in it (the first being Clockwork Heart by Heidi Cullinan). Turned out pretty well for me since both books were great. This isn’t a story of steampunk, though. Here we have magic and fairies and wizards (oh my!).
This is a very sweet, no-sex story. Which I loved. The romance between Mervyn and Callisto is still all that I want it to be, just there is no sex going on on page. Seeing how I mostly prefer this, I didn’t have any problems with it. Plus, there is mystery and flirting and magic…what more could I want?
While the whole bad-guy thing was a tad obvious, I can’t say I cared all that much. I still think there are shady things going on with certain other wizards, and I’d love to be proven right (or, wrong) in another book in this series. Not to mention that Denzil and Malone have a lovely hate-crush going on.
The workings of this fantasy world were very well done. And quite interesting. The book doesn’t spend too much time getting overly descriptive of either the magic or the world, but it really doesn’t need to. The story tells itself with just enough to make you want to know more, but not so much you feel like you fell into a Wikipedia page by accident.
I had a lot of fun reading this and would love to see more in this universe. I totally recommend it if you are looking for some light fantasy with supper cute protagonists.
Callisto needs help because a bad wizard puts a spell on him to steal his energy which ends up taking his heart so he goes to Mervyn for help.
Mervyn helps him with the charm to make the pain less for him and to find the wizard responsible.
While parts of this book were very good, for me personally this one just did not grab me very well.
You get a little bit of action and a little bit of romance with this book.
So as much as I hate to say this because I really do love fantasy books, this one was just not for me...
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review from Inked Rainbow Reads.
Mervyn and Callisto's slowly budding relationship is very sweet and gentle. Instead of a kind of instantaneous ultra-love that is often found in romance novels Miller shows to people who become friends and then move on to something more. I for one enjoyed it a lot.
I liked that having his heart removed had real physical, life-changing ramifications for Callisto and that they were not magically (pardon the pun) taken away at the end. Even more so I liked that despite such issues as limited mobility Callisto still came across as a strong and able character.
The book promises to be one in a series and I am looking forward to the rest.
Top reviews from other countries
Great fantasy with a M/M romance. My only complaint is the fact that there is hardly any romance and not much character development.
The plot was so interesting and unique, fast-paced and engaging.
I loved the relationship between Mervyn and Callisto (what little there was).
Loved all the side characters and the world building.
I will definitely be reading more by this author. "The Errant Prince" is next on my TBR.