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When Wizards Rule (Wizard Twins, Book 2) Paperback – February 28, 2006

4.2 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in the Wizards Twins Series

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 278 pages
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave; 1 edition (February 28, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 141995427X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1419954276
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,195,673 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Maries VINE VOICE on June 21, 2006
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I bought this book after falling in love with Lora Leigh's Feline Breeds books. Lora Leigh is definitely one of the best Romantica authors out there.

When Wizards Rule is set in a magical land in which wizards come in sets of twins, and one sorceress normally joins with a twin set to form a magical trio. So that's one girl, two alpha males.

Unfortunately, there is a long-standing rift between wizards and sorceresses, and the sorceresses don't trust the wizards and don't want to join with them. Meanwhile, evil human Seculars are attacking, and the joinings are needed to protect the magical lands.

Marina is a young, independent sorceress who wants nothing to do with wizards, and does her best to avoid the sexy Sashtain twins when they try to court her. But the twins are on a mission to save the land, and they set out to seduce her and convince her to join with them.

The plot is just background to an erotic love story, but it chugs along smoothly enough and helps keep the anticipation high throughout the book. This is not great literature, and the writing has some flaws (although it is not overly cliche or amatuerish), but that doesn't interfere with the intense eroticism of this story. If nothing else, the first love scene between Marina, Caise and Kai'el is one of the most erotic scenes I've ever read and made the whole book worthwhile.

I finished it in no time and then ordered everything else I could find by Lora Leigh. I highly recommend this book to fans of erotic romance.
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"When Wizards Rule" has got to be one of the most erotic books I have ever read. It was excellent. If you are looking for a book of that nature then this is the story for you. The story is about a set of very sexy twins , who are wizards, that need to find their mate to align their magic. I loved it and am going to get the first one in the series called "Menage a Magic". If you are in search of a new erotic paranormal series then search no more because this story is excellent.
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This book had a good premise, and wonderful potential. I liked the storyline and the Lead Males but the Heroine was boring and whiny so she came across somewhat annoying. It's almost a rehash of the author's previous book of the Wizard Twins: Menage a Magick. Different sister, same annoying flat lead female character. There were a few intriguing subplots that sets up the reader for sequeals. It seems the leads into the stories are great but after that, all pretense for the storyline falls. The love scenes with regards to menage a trios: its pretty steamy but not as sensual or well written as her other books, but it still gets a girl hot and bothered. ~_^

Overall its good for a simple read but don't expect anything really unique or to get really wrapped up into this book.
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This is such a great book, that I look forward to going back and reading these stories again like some that I already have, and I am impatient to read the rest of Leigh's stories right now. Hot, Hot, Hot, love scenes, a well written, creative and intriguing story about family plus inventive, vivid characters, all on top of seriously wonderful love and romance. Lora Leigh is one of my most favorite author's, and she doesn't disappoint in this series. Her unique style and classy, yet scorching love scenes, paint a beautiful picture that leaves a person longing for something similar for themselves. All of that is combined into this fantastic book and make this book a "must-have"!!!! I didn't want to set it down....seriously!! Lol I was nodding off over my book on several different occasions. Worth the price and more to have this book in your library collection!!!!!!
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Not a bad read. This book is the sequel to Wizard Twins 1: Menage a Magick. We were introduced to Marina. She was brutalized by bad wizards and has a distrust for anything with a Y chromosome. Lora Leigh could have developed Marina's character a little more. The Sashtain Twins were way hot. Some really erotic sex scenes. Not Lora Leigh's best work but I still enjoyed this book. I am looking forward to the sequel involving the third sister, Serena.
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By salmaree on November 2, 2012
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when lora leigh writes well she does it with style this series is hot, intense and totally captivating..the second in the series is just as good as the first book and i am just holding my breath for the 3rd installment the book can't come soon enough....don't ever stop writing
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Holy smokes! I just love Lora Leighs imagination, was introduced to her books by my daughter and believe me I cannot put them down. Lora's characters are so alive you would think they are going to jump from the page and the sex scenes are yummie and this is from a supposed mature aged oldie from the land down under. Just because I have grey on top doesn't mean I can't enjoy a good read. Read Lora's books, you will enjoy the experience.
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If you're easily distracted or someone who likes a story to take off this is Not the book for you. I was saddened by the fact that I just could not get into this story. I just wanted the characters to just get into it already. I really enjoyed the first story and was truly anticipating reading this part. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. It seemed to go on and on and the chacters kept going around and around, my mind started to wander and I had to motivate myself to finish reading the story. It felt like different people wrote these books.
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