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Friday, August 22, 2014

A Fabulous Review from RT Book Reviews!

Official reviews are starting to come in for Wickedly Dangerous

This is always a tense time for an author, and because this is my debut novel, I am even a bit twitchier than usual. What if no one loves my baby? Thankfully, that doesn't seem to be the case. One of the more important sources for reviews in the romance industry, RT Book Reviews, gave me an absolutely glowing four star review (since they only go up to 4 1/2 stars, I'm pretty darned happy with that!)

Check it out~

Book Review

 

WICKEDLY DANGEROUS
by Deborah Blake
Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: MILD
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Looking for a fresh take on paranormal romance? Your search is over! Blake, who has previously self-published paranormal tales, makes her traditional publishing debut with a terrific spin on the Russian legend of the wicked witch Baba Yaga. In Blake’s universe, Baba Yaga is not an individual but rather a job title for a very chosen few who are selected to help guard the balance of nature and the borders between worlds. Wickedly Dangerous is innovative and fun, introducing some lesser known mythological characters and giving them a 21st century makeover. This reviewer is eager to see what else this talented newcomer has to offer!
While on the surface she appears to be an herbalist and researcher, Barbara Yager’s true calling is that of the magical Baba Yaga. Older than she appears, Barbara travels the country in an enchanted Airstream along with her companion, dragon-turned-dog Chudo-Yudo, who guards the Water of Life and Death. At the moment, Barbara has been summoned to Clearwater County in upstate New York by the family of a young girl who has gone missing. Sheriff Liam McClellan is hunting for three missing kids, so he is suspicious of Barbara’s sudden arrival. To save these children, Barbara and Liam must work together, but is this sexy sheriff prepared to learn of the existence of magic and magical creatures? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Sep., 352 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith
Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

4 comments:

  1. Congrats on the fantastic review! I'm 3/4 of the way through the book and loving every page. Can't wait to finish (even though it means a 4 month wait for the next one, lol) so I can do a review for you as well!

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    1. Yay! And who knows, maybe you'll win an early copy of the next one too :-)

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  2. Way to go! I'm really looking forward to reading these!

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  3. The review couldn't be better. Nor could the book! We're all looking forward to more from this fabulous author! I am so impressed.

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