Title: A Midwinter Fantasy
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing
Pub Date: 4th October 2011
Author: Leanna Renee Hieber, L.J. McDonald, Helen Scott Taylor
You’d definitely enjoy this book if you’re into fantasy and gothic-like setting. One book you would not want to miss if you enjoy falling down the rabbit hole and go to Wonderland like Alice or walk through the wardrobe into another world like the Pevensies siblings in the Chronicles of Narnia.
In Midwinter Fantasy, wonderful couples and heroes emerge to tell tales that you will never forget.
This book, is definitely not an ordinary book to me, but a key to another world where fantasy and romance comes alive. Kudos to the authors for writing up such wonderful and memorable stories.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Dorchester Publishing via Netgalley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
Visit Leanna Renee Hieber’s Strangely Beautiful Victorian London, “strange in its happenings and mood and beautiful in its romance and language.” -Booklist
Haunted though these soot-stained urban alleys may be, a lonely headmistress and a gallant vicar shall here reap the season’s blessings.
Travel to Meridian and Sylph Valley, L.J. McDonald’s “mesmerizing, magical world [readers] won’t want to leave.” -Library Journal
Immensely powerful creatures called battle sylphs vie for dominance here, while fulfilling every wish of their queens. But what woman shall rule the mighty Mace?
Discover Helen Scott Taylor’s land of The Magic Knot, which is “wonderfully creative and lusciously sexy.” -The Chicago Tribune
In the frosty North, in the ice palace of Valhalla, Sonja’s life depends upon unraveling the mystery of the Crystal Crib–and upon winning the love of Odin’s son.