Thursday, 19 March 2020

No such thing as Dasher and The warlord and the Nightingale

I never really got the feel for this one, it should have been a full novel. i need to try those instead cos her historicals are amazing

Hanzo the karakuri puppet maker is summoned to Koriya Castle to build a mysterious device for a fearsome warlord. Within the walls, he encounters a beautiful courtesan who must sing from dusk until dawn to chase away nightmares. Caught in a madman’s domain, will Hanzo find his escape, or sacrifice himself for the sake of love?

A classic fairy-tale retold with a steampunk twist in feudal Japan.

Kindle Edition, 44 pages
Published July 4th 2015 by Jeannie Lin
Series: The Gunpowder Chronicles #2.5
Steampunk
Own

For Avery, her holiday duties as a forest ranger oftentimes involve tracking revelers who have lost their way in her wilderness domain. After a camper clashes with a reindeer, however, Avery is shocked to discover the creature is defended not by Santa, but by the formidable, yet gentle, shapeshifting Lord of the Forest.

Can the magic of the forest bring together a ranger and a supernatural being, or is Avery destined to celebrate yet another Christmas alone?

Kindle Edition, 35 pages
Published November 13th 2017 by Raven Queen Publications
PNR own

Carole was reading this so I read it too.

A woman starts talking to a nekkid guy in the woods.
Next time they meet they kiss.

She knows what he is almost at once,

She hits her head a lot.

Is she insane? She might just be and this antler guy is a figment of her imagination.

Is this a romance? Nope. She kissed a guy through her windshield and liked it

14 comments:

  1. 1) Jeannie Lin is awesome. Her full length are good.

    2) bahahaha yayy I'm glad you finally shared your thoughts on it ;) What a wild ride that was.

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  2. All I have to comment is "Weird!"

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  3. Ok, that Dasher book sounds insane. Lol.

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  4. That second one just sounds...bizarre. See, that's why I rarely do short stories, haha!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  5. Ummm... what the heck was that second book?

    I've not read Jeannie Lin, but I have also heard her historical are good - maybe I heard that from you.

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    1. Something very very strange that Carole made me read

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  6. Yeah, that second one sounds really weird. Sometimes weird can be good but this just sounds weird.

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    1. weird can be good, and then it can be WEIRD ;)

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