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    Bloodthirsty vamps. Dire wolf royalty. The prince of unicorns. What's next? All-out war of course. 

    When I came to Prosper Woods, the last thing I expected was to be walking into a world of magic. Horror movies at the theater hadn’t prepared me for the realization that vampires, werewolves, witches, shifters, and ghosts were real. After six months, I’ve learned to live with it, and I count many odd creatures as friends, not to mention my soul mate, a vampire who makes me tremble when he kisses me.

    I’m hopelessly, helplessly in love.

    When I came to Prosper Woods, my expectations were low. I brought Robert’s bones, numerous possessions, and regret for my role in my maker’s sheer blood lust. I also brought Robert’s ancient tomes. When Sergio showed up demanding I give him the books, I banished him with the help of a spell and a friendly witch. I never expected those books to be the source of danger to my man and our life together.

    I’m hopelessly, helplessly in love.

    When the vampire came to town, I knew things were going to change. What I didn’t expect was to become alpha of my pack and fall in love with my best friend. Werewolf royalty moved into town, bad vampires were about to go to war with us, and the biggest surprise of all: The unicorns had a king of their own. I don’t know what’s about to happen, but I want to avoid war. With Sam by my side, I’m pretty sure I can face anything. Because I’m hopelessly, helplessly in love.

    ©2021 Patricia Logan (P)2021 Patricia Logan

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    • Diane
    • 13/12/2021

    Finally, the bad guys get what's comping to them.

    I am saddened that this series is over, but am glad that we will have a spin-off with Castor's book coming next year. These books cannot be read as stand-alone & need to be read in order. This final book picks up right after the ending of the last book. Vincent has received word that the conclave of eight is on their way to put him on trial for killing Sergio's progeny in the last book. Vincent is sure he knows how this will end, with the true death. He makes a bone headed decision that he is going to distance himself from his mate to hopefully spare him & turn himself back into a monster to spare the town. I'm glad that both Sid & Rome made him see the light. There are some big surprises on who comes to help them in their battle. I'm not going to spoil it to tell you who/what they are. The battle was a bloody affair, and the good guys do not come out unscathed. We also finally find out what is in those books that were passed down to Vincent after the death of his sire Robert. Let us say, there are a lot of royals living in Prosper Woods. One of my most favorite things about this series is the beginning of each chapter with the "letters to the editor", they crack me up. I highly recommend this series.

    John Solo does an amazing job narrating this series & I can't wait for the spin-off.

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    • Global
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    • Dawn
    • 09/01/2022

    what a great series

    This was such a great series. The main characters, Vincent and Romeo, are adorable, quirky, and so very likable. The town they live in and the people who live there are hilarious. I have very much enjoyed reading these books. I especially loved the Letters to the Editor portion of each chapter.

    The narration by John Solo made a great book even better.