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Violet: A Paranormal Reverse Harem Romance (Spell Library Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication Date : May 25, 2020
- File Size : 3258 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 225 pages
- ASIN : B086HXCNHT
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,289 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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However, the story just didn't quite do it for me. It felt rushed and there is an overdependence on dialogue that can make it extremely difficult to follow. I had to flip back and forth to figure out who was speaking in several chapters.
I have only read one other Silver Springs novel and I might read more.
This story just gave me giggles left and right. Having Granny Violet carried around on flying dildos, which turn up in a later book as anything but what they appear. Getting startled into being seen as who she really is by not only one but two of her mates without her knowing. Having a bear, a troll, and a vampire for her harem has Violet up in arms. While the senior violet then finds out she has a little harem of her own that are all vamps, this story keeps you reading, giggling, and on the edge of your seat waiting to see what happens next!!
As soon as I finished Violet, with her happily ever after, finding out how a practical joke turned out with the brothers of one of her mates, and defeating the big bad. I couldn't help myself, I bought this book and the rest in the series to see what Love Blooms did next!
I definitely give VIolet five winged Dildos straight up as I loved the story and the epic laughs that kept coming.
I thoroughly enjoyed her disguise as her best friend, an older woman with the same name. Younger Violet feels all the aches and pains of her older friend's body when she is in her form, and it's so much fun to see how posing as an octogenarian has its good and bad parts. I adore how this story shows that senior citizens should be valued and cared for, not sent away to nursing homes. I wish there were more books like this, where love blooms (heh) for people at all ages.
It's also different from Mia Harlan's Jewels Cafe books with Amber, in that there is a bit of a mystery. Why is Violet assuming the identity of a senior? Who are "They?" Why are they looking for her? The stakes are higher for Violet than they were for Amber. I also enjoy how Amber and Violet interact, as Violet is wearing her disguise. It all ends with a happily ever after for the Violets as well as for the Kopieren sisters.
It was nice to have a variety of magical species in the group: Violet, the main character, is a chameleon shifter, Cash is a vampire, Liam is a troll, Nole is a bear shifter, and Violet the elder is a skunk shifter. I loved the Berrett brothers' prank war, Cash's skunk costume, and the Silver Springs community.
Also, I enjoyed the epilogue and the two bonus scenes that I got by clicking a hyperlink at the end of the book. The bonus scenes are a fun glimpse of the Berrett brothers after the hair growth formula prank.
So I'm off to read Amber's story from Jewel's cafe and I see a lot of lost sleep in my future to get caught up between these 2 wonderful series.
Each book in the series is written by a different author. I can't wait to see how each author perceives the world of shifters in Silver Springs. I found Violet's story highly entertaining with loads of giggles
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A bit of intrigue, confusion and awkward granny lust!
Couldn't put it down. Brilliant!