Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Sterna reviews The Black Swan Inheritance by Marigold Dicer

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Sterna chose to read and review The Black Swan Inheritance by Marigold Dicer


The Black Swan Inheritance – Marigold Deidre Dicer


A chance night out clubbing in an effort to break from her boring self-imposed prison of normal sees Anita diving head first into an unknown, strangely familiar world of werewolves, vampires and witches.  Emerging as the chosen new Black Swan, Anita tries to balance new powers, family, magic and her heart in a whirlwind adventure filled with lust, power, betrayal and friendship, with two worlds about to go to war in an age old struggle for survival.  Guided by the Black Swan Book of magic she ventures further and further into her inheritance, coming to terms with her need for explosive sex, sex that fuels and builds her power.


Setting of on a trip of survival with Christopher the vampire and Scott the werewolf Anita comes face to face with her raw power, strong sex appeal and the dangerous world of the “un” dead.  Strangely drawn to guilt-driven Christopher Anita starts exploring and stretching her truths on love, life and religion.


This journey finds Anita fumbling through lust, power, heartache and the demands and responsibilities of being the Black Swan.

Filled with steamy hot sex scenes, chilling cold blooded vampires and the raw male power of the werewolves, this is one hot, scary ride.

The eternal battle between good and evil….but which is witch then?

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To Eternity Daisy Banks

To EternityTo Eternity by Daisy Banks

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

To Eternity is a sequel to Timeless. Like the first book it contains content which is highly sensual with intense sexual encounters. Sian Armstrong is finishing off footage for a video shoot using the stately home of Magnus Johansson near Darnwell, England. In the first book Magnus has met Sian in her dreams and tempted her with great sexual delights. Now she has discovered his true identity, he’s a werewolf and she has seen him transform with the full moon.

Eager for the filming to end so that they can get on with a life together, Sian wants Magnus to turn her into a werewolf too. She is keen for immortality and can’t get enough of Magnus and his love making. But Magnus has a rival for her affections. Franklyn Gorsewell, Sian’s boss fantasises about what he will do with Sian when he gets hold of her. He too finds her in her dreams, but his plans take a darker turn.

I’ve not read the first book in this series, so I didn’t pick up on Sian’s strong character. This book won’t be for everyone, I found the sexual content well written but it overpowered the storyline.

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Prince of Wolves by Quinn Loftis

Prince of Wolves (The Grey Wolves, #1)Prince of Wolves by Quinn Loftis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is like marmite, you either love it or hate it. I liked it, I liked the intense romance between Jacque and Fane, it was like a delicious bar of chocolate.

Fane is a foreign exchange student from Romania but when he moves to Coldspring Texas he finds his soul mate lives just across the road. There’s more to Fane than meets the eye, much more. He’s a werewolf, in fact he’s Prince of the Romanian Greys, and in Jacque he recognises his future mate.

Jacque and her girlfriends are enjoying the last few weeks before returning to high school and are excited by the prospect of a hottie student moving in. Jacque’s friends Jen and Sally are viciously loyal and support her through the madness which descends upon their lives. Everything is moving too fast for Jacque and the girls need to be there for her when another wolf challenges Fane for Jacque.

I liked the input of the Romanian words and the way the author wrote about the relationship between man and wolf, the telepathy was fun too. I’m undecided if the story had too many echoes of Twilight or just coincidences. With this being the first book in a long series I’m sure it will take on more of its own persona in the next few books. I was sad when the book ended without the couple bonding but perhaps that would have left no room for the storyline to continue.

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