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Cara Dee shows once again why she’s an auto-buy author for me

We Have Till Dawn by Cara Dee

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Absolutely exceptional book.

I have no clue how to sum up this book because, on the face of it, it’s pretty straightforward.

Two men meet due to a paid professional engagement and end up falling in love.

But it’s so much more than that. It’s about finding a new way to live, it’s about boundaries, the ones we set ourselves and the ones society imposes on those it deems ‘different’.

It’s about family and a sense of place, New York is as much a character here as Nicky and Gideon are.

And it’s about love. It’s about the way love gives people strength, support, encouragement and a safe harbour in which to explore and grow.

I loved Nicky, his warm heart, his unfailing ability to take care of others, his openness and willingness to let someone else take charge.

Gideon though, oh I fell for him just as hard as Nicky did. I think, from my own experiences with people with Asperger’s, that Cara Dee gave Gideon a realism and a completely believable personality that never wavered into stereotypes.

He is wholly representative of a neuro diverse personality but not a caricature.

I loved everything about this romance. And oh boy is it seriously hot, oh my lawd there’s chemistry and sexual explosions all over the place!

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

And I can’t wait for Anthony’s book!

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Release Blitz: The Darkest Knight by Victoria Sue

The Darkest Knight | Victoria Sue

Guardians of Camelot #3

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Release Date: November 3rd, 2020

Cover: Jay Aheer @ Simply Defined Art

Universal Link: readerlinks.com/l/1365287

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Blurb

Destined to be together.

Kay of Isca knows Charles St. John is his fated soul mate, but between battle, duty, and saving the world, staying in the same reality, never mind the same bed, is proving a bit more of a challenge than either stubborn man will admit.

The malicious armies of Morgan le Fay are gathering, and the chance that one of their friends has already been lost to evil is a real possibility too terrifying to contemplate.

Nothing is ever as it seems, but unless Kay can unravel the vile plans centuries in the making, they won’t just die before they get a chance to love.

They’ll die before they get a chance to live.

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To Celebrate the Release of The Darkest Knight, which is her 40th published book, Victoria Sue is holding a two-day Party in her Facebook Group on November 5th and 6th. There will  be competitions and giveaways galore so don’t miss out!

Here are the authors who will be appearing (organised by time) starting from 8am EST (1pm GMT)

Day 1

Victoria Sue, Con Riley, Megs Pritchard, Tara Lain, Helena Stone, Garrett Leigh, Barbara Elsborg, JS Bright/Julia Bright, Sara York, K.C. Wells, Keira Andrews, Rheland Richmond, H.L Day, RJ Scott, Colette Davison, Rhys Everly-Lawless, A. M. Rose, Kasia Bacon, Devon Vesper, Kim Katil, Pandora Pine, A.D. Ellis, R. Phoenix, Eliot Grayson, K.A. Merikan, CP Harris, Beth Bolden, N.R. Walker, Reese Knightley, Brigham Vaughn, Marie Sexton, Ana Ashley, Amy Aislin, AJ Sherwood, Michele Notaro, Alexa Land, Elle Keaton, Andy Gallo, BL Maxwell, Brina Brady, Onley James, Shannon West, Kaje Harper, Avril Ashton, Leigh Kenzie, Giovanna Reaves, Gwen Martin, AT Brennan, Brittany Cournoyer, Nicky James, Blake Allwood, MJ Calabrese, Katey Hawthorne, Jackie North, Ashton Cade, Silvia Violet, Mary Calmes, Louisa Mae.

Day 2

Cara Dee, Jay Hogan, Gail Martin/Morgan Brice, Jocelynn Drake, Macy Blake, Charlie Cochet, Maz Maddox, Jessie G, Sam Burns, Angelique Jurd, JJ Harper, Charlie Novak, Kindle Alexander, Wendy Rathbone, Sue Brown, Drea Roman, Joel Abernathy, Kris Jacen, Jaclyn Quinn, C.W. Gray, Isha Fáng/Neya Wara, Annabella Stone, Nora Phoenix, Ann Grech, Mia Monroe, Jacki James, Morticia Knight, Lane Hayes, VL Locey, Stella Rainbow, Michelle Frost, Faith Ryan, Miski Harris, Layla Reyne, Davidson King, Julia Talbot, BA Tortuga, Lynn Van Dorn, Lynn Michaels, Sammi Cee, Baylin Crow, Kelly Fox, Luna David, AE Via, Jaclyn Osborn, Gianni Holmes, Susi Hawke, Wren Kenzie (Ashe Winters Meadows), Kelsey Hodge, Michael Bailey, Annabeth Albert, Taylor Rylan, Neve Wilder, Jay Northcote, Kai Butler, Nicholas Bella, Melissa E Costa.

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The Twelfth Night

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About The Author

Victoria Sue

Because Love is more than three little words…

Victoria Sue fell in love with love stories as a child when she would hide away with her mom’s library books and dream of the dashing hero coming to rescue her from math homework. She never mastered math but never stopped loving her heroes and decided to give them the happy ever afters they fight so hard for.

She loves reading and writing about gorgeous boys loving each other the best—and creating a family for them to adore. Thrilled to hear from her readers, she can be found most days lurking on Facebook where she doesn’t need factor 1000 sun-cream to hide her freckles.

Social Media

Website: http://www.victoriasue.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/victoriasueauthor/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/vickysuewrites?lang=en

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriasueauthor/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/9792476.Victoria_Sue

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Victoria-Sue/e/B00OSTTZ0K%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

Book Bub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/victoria-sue

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/VictoriaSue

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This Arthurian mythology with a twist is very clever

coverThe Darkest Knight by Victoria Sue

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As an Arthurian mythology nerd, this series from Victoria Sue has been an absolute delight as she’s taken the common legends and given them new twists.

In this latest entry of her Guardians of Camelot series, she gives us Kay’s story. No longer the foster brother of Arthur, instead he’s an unwanted son discarded by a cruel man.

His Tresor (fated mate and the other half of his soul) is Charles, the Knights Hospitaller we met in book two.

But all is not well as Charles has a calling he’s not willing to give up and Kay’s heart is broken just as the threat from Morgan intensifies.

I have much love for Charles as he is a character that I have a vested interest in (see the dedication in book two 😉) so I couldn’t wait to see how this played out.

I was not disappointed. In fact, I was surprised by the very clever twist in the narrative that I only worked out seconds before it happened.

This is a spoiler free review, so I’ll just say this book will take you on a heart-thumping journey into the past, into secrets and lies and right to the centre of evil.

It will have you almost crying with laughter while your heart is being torn in two.

Ultimately, it will give you all the thrills you’d ever want from an urban fantasy paranormal mix and it sets up the final battlefield to be fought over in book four beautifully.

There is one particular scene which I think most readers will miss, but I saw it and I just say “bravo Victoria Sue” because the mythos surrounding this thing is ripe for the reinvention that is the hallmark of the series.

I’m so excited for book four!

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review

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