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Cold Moon


Cold Moon (A New World – 5) by Tonya Coffey

At last the king and queen of Ancients have emerged. Plans are in place for a new world, for all realms to be connected under one decree—an Elemental rule.

Jessa and Micha stand before the kingdom as one, the way it was meant to be. Yet in the distance, a demon lurks, waiting to rip their happiness apart once and for all. Even though they are surrounded by the people they love, who love them, the storm grows. With it, the realization the future may be darker than they planned.

Will Jessa and Micha get their happily ever after or will a demon, from the human world, take the True Power for himself?

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Tonya Coffey

About the Author

Tonya grew up in a small town in southern Kentucky. She was always surrounded by nature whether it was on the farm or in the forest camping with her family. The older she got she realized she had a vivid imagination and sharing her stories with others gave her joy. With her husband and two teen sons motivating her, she continues to share her imagination with the world.

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My Review

5 stars

Jessa and Micha have fought high and low to get to the point where they can be crowned the king and queen of the Ancients. But this is not going to be a simple ceremony and everyone is going to start getting along. No, we have to have a demon that is determined to stop this rule. Jessa and Micha have been through so much but it is time for their final batter.

I have loved following along with the story of Jessa and Micha. They have gone through so much alone and together. Of course this is going to be the last, biggest battle that they face if they are to rule.

I love this world and the characters. They are so well developed and I have come to love and hate them. It is sad to see this series come to an end but everything wraps up so well. If you are looking for a great paranormal series you need to check out A New World. It will be one  you add to your shelves.

I received a complimentary copy of this book ages ago. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank the Author for the opportunity to read and share this book and for being so patient waiting for me to finally get my review posted. Sorry about that.

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Gather the Fortunes (Crescent City – 2) by Bryan Camp

Renaissance Raines has found her place among the psychopomps—the guides who lead the souls of the recently departed through the Seven Gates of the Underworld—and done her best to avoid the notice of gods and mortals alike. But when a young boy named Ramses St. Cyr manages to escape his foretold death, Renai finds herself at the center of a deity-thick plot unfolding in New Orleans. Someone helped Ramses slip free of his destined end — someone willing to risk everything to steal a little slice of power for themselves.

Is it one of the storm gods that’s descended on the city? The death god who’s locked the Gates of the Underworld? Or the manipulative sorcerer who also cheated Death?  When she finds the schemer, there’s gonna be all kinds of hell to pay, because there are scarier things than death in the Crescent City. Renaissance Raines is one of them.

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About the Author

Bryan Camp is a graduate of the Clarion West Writer’s Workshop and the University of New Orleans’ Low-Residency MFA program. He started his first novel, The City of Lost Fortunes, in the backseat of his parents’ car as they evacuated for Hurricane Katrina. He has been, at various points in his life: a security guard at a stockcar race track, a printer in a flag factory, an office worker in an oil refinery, and a high school English teacher. He can be found on twitter @bryancamp and at bryancamp.com. He lives in New Orleans with his wife and their three cats, one of whom is named after a superhero.

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My Review

4 Stars

When Renaissance Raines, Renai died she was chosen to become a psychopomp, a guide that escorts the dead through the seven gates of the Underworld. But when she is giving the task of finding a soul that has missed his death twice things are going to get a lot more interesting. She is going to be acquiring help and hindrance from all kinds of mythological creatures from gods and goddesses, angels and demons, and so much more.

I didn’t realize that this was the second book in a series. I do recommend reading The City of Lost Fortunes. It did take me a little bit to figure out what was going on but once I did get the hang of it things took off. I love all the different kinds of mythology that this book covers all based in New Orleans.

I really like this story and found myself wanting to know more. It’s clear that the author knows New Orleans and all the myths from many corners of the world. I love how there is a little bit of everything that will keep the reader guessing.

I recommend checking out this book. But make sure you read the series in order. I have a feeling that will increase your enjoyment of the book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank the Publisher for the opportunity to read and share this book.

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