- Paperback: 430 pages
- Publisher: Satin Smoke Press (October 16, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0956719295
- ISBN-13: 978-0956719294
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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The Witching Pen Novellas Omnibus
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I LOVE this series ~ there is such a passion and creative edge behind all 3 stories within this Omnibus that they can strongly stand alone. But why would you want that when you can have them all in one beautiful book? :)
Elena & Karl and their relationship is so well crafted in The Witching Pen. Their history, friendship and love for one another sets this series off on a wild and paranormal ride!
Amy & Pueblo have a lot of unfinished and unshared "baggage" to tell and to share with one another. Their relationship is a surprise and builds in intensity in Sands of Time.
Mary & Gwain ~ my ABSOLUTE FAVS!!! The Demon Bride is nothing short of brilliant and as I read it I could see it in blockbuster movie form - the apocalypse is coming and these 3 couples are right in the midst of it!
These couples all find one another along life's way and their connections are celebrated and supported throughout all 3 novels. I felt as if I was reuniting with old friends in each sequel.
You will NOT be sorry for joining me on this reading journey - it is sexy (with an erotic edge) , creative, unpredictable, and crazy fun with the various paranormal entities (angels, demons, succubi, witches, I could go on but why spoil the surprise:) Trust me!
These books were good, I'd say between 3 1/2 and 4 star. I did like the characters, Elena, Mary, Amy. Even the guys were interesting, Karl, Pueblo and Gwain. The twists at the end about the apocalypse I was on the fence about. It seemed a bit rushed? Not sure, but it just lost my attention a bit. The strange BDSM twist with Mary was unexpected. It took the books from PG13 to XX rated in a heartbeat. It was by no means a 50-Shades, but it did add a bit of a twist to the book. Good? Bad? Neither, really.
If I had to pick, I'd say Sands of Time was my favorite of the three books. The twist with the memory loss and the Amy/Elizabeth Pueblo/Paul time loop was interesting.
Overall, these were good, short, easy to read. They had an interesting twist on creation, angels, demons. Worth the read, but not the best I've read this year.
I adore Dianna Hardy's writing. She has a beautiful way with words, and of describing her world and characters and their emotions. Her stories - including her new series "The Eye of the Storm Series" and her individual titles - are well planned, and constantly keep you hooked. The way the plots unfold are genius, especially in her series; there is a slow unveiling with every instalment that keeps you wanting more.
In the world of The Witching Pen Dianna Hardy has really moulded quite a wonderful and unique view on the theories and stories of God and the Devil; angels, demons, witches, fairies . . . she has gelled so many elements together and come out with a world that is believable; stories that are fascinating and gripping. As a reader I felt the situations these characters were in were very possible. And the relationships between characters . . . we have so many elements of love and all its types from childhood sweethearts; friends turn lovers, love at first sight, everlasting, soul mates etc. You feel for each of the characters because even though they have their happy moments they really have to work for them.
I have read quite a few books in my time, but nothing like these three stories. You don't feel like you have to make yourself believe that all the things that exist in this world - this fiction world - exist, it just feels natural; like there is truth to it. I suppose to some degree there is, because the elements in the books are taken from truth and the author has placed a view point on it all; made everything work for this world and all who exist in it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All 3 books in 1 ~ can't go wrong.
Book 1 ~ The Witching Pen
Elena is just beginning to learn who she really is, and the story follows her discovery of magic,... Read more
A fabulous series that doesn't hold back from the unfolding dark drama, the super sexy hotness and characters that are unbelievably open. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by BEX
What an amazing tale of witches, demons, angels, love, acceptance and understanding. Amazing characters that are so alive. Thanks Dianna.Published on April 12, 2013 by Tracie
The following review is my opinion and not a paid review. I received a free copy of the books from the author for an honest review. Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Nancy Allen (The Avid Reader)