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Eleven full length paranormal novels celebrating strong women, sizzling hot heroes, and all the things that go bump in the night. Secrets by Liz Schulte: While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the Abyss gazed back at her. She is about to find out there is a lot she doesn't know and sometimes what you don't know can kill you. The Charmer by Autumn Dawn: Jasmin Eleven full length paranormal novels celebrating strong women, sizzling hot heroes, and all the things that go bump in the night. Secrets by Liz Schulte: While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the Abyss gazed back at her. She is about to find out there is a lot she doesn't know and sometimes what you don't know can kill you. The Charmer by Autumn Dawn: Jasmine didn't realize her friend Wiley was special until they were drawn into another world. Here Wiley is betrothed to the ruler of the Haunt, a wererace both dangerous and proud. Will Jasmine find the portal home, or will she find a werewolf of her own? Forever Fae by L.P. Dover: He leans down, lips parted, and then our lips connect ... We didn't know that this one kiss has FOREVER changed the Land of the Fae. Stronger Than Magic by Melinda VanLone: Water can be deadly, in the right hands. In a world of magic, hidden away from those who have no power, Tarian Xannon commands the natural forces of water, air, and fire. She fights not only to keep the throne she thought she hated, but to accept her true place in the world. Will her power be enough? Or are some things stronger than magic? Give Me by L.K. Rigel: A Romance Reviews top pick. Lilith Evergreen has always lived in the California desert, but when she receives an antique ring as a gift, she dreams of a castle by the sea, a magnificent tree at cliff's edge, and a mysterious woman who calls her to Dumnos, a land of mist and rain. There she meets Cade Bausiney, the future Earl of Dumnos. His attraction to her is overwhelming ~ but are the feelings real or magically induced? Taming the Wolf by Stephanie Nelson: Attacked by a wolf while hiking, Anna Avery's life just got a little hairier. When dead bodies start showing up and Anna was the last to see them alive. She'll have to prove her innocence and tame the wolf who bites first and asks questions never. Sweet Magic Song by Olivia Hardin: Belle Bittner was sold to the highest bidder when she was just a child, sought for the magic lying dormant in her blood. As she tries to escape the world she was raised in, separating myth from fact to decipher the truth about her powers could mean the destruction of the new life she is trying to build. Enlightened by Melissa Lummis: Loti Dupree is about to learn that karma's a nightmare. Someone out there will stop at nothing to kill her and only the vampire named Wolf and a destiny she isn't prepared to embrace stands between her and an early grave. Undeniable by Tawdra Kandle: For Rafe Brooks, running from a broken heart means losing himself in alcohol and women. Numbing the pain works until he meets an irresistible redhead with secrets of her own. For Rafe and Jocelyn, when life is uncertain, love is undeniable. Hanna, Hanna, One-and-Two by Myndi Shafer: Twenty-two year old Johanna Cochrin's world is broken. Eating mists ravage the plains, and wilder-than-most hunt and kill in all but the most protected lands. But when she is kidnapped from a remote government compound, she must learn to trust people she has never met and share the secrets she never meant to share. Divine Destiny by Joanna Grace: Avery McClain's life is shattered and she is rescued by a Thracian warrior. He takes her to the Haven where she discovers her life was meant for a higher calling.


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Eleven full length paranormal novels celebrating strong women, sizzling hot heroes, and all the things that go bump in the night. Secrets by Liz Schulte: While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the Abyss gazed back at her. She is about to find out there is a lot she doesn't know and sometimes what you don't know can kill you. The Charmer by Autumn Dawn: Jasmin Eleven full length paranormal novels celebrating strong women, sizzling hot heroes, and all the things that go bump in the night. Secrets by Liz Schulte: While Olivia Martin observed life through her camera, the Abyss gazed back at her. She is about to find out there is a lot she doesn't know and sometimes what you don't know can kill you. The Charmer by Autumn Dawn: Jasmine didn't realize her friend Wiley was special until they were drawn into another world. Here Wiley is betrothed to the ruler of the Haunt, a wererace both dangerous and proud. Will Jasmine find the portal home, or will she find a werewolf of her own? Forever Fae by L.P. Dover: He leans down, lips parted, and then our lips connect ... We didn't know that this one kiss has FOREVER changed the Land of the Fae. Stronger Than Magic by Melinda VanLone: Water can be deadly, in the right hands. In a world of magic, hidden away from those who have no power, Tarian Xannon commands the natural forces of water, air, and fire. She fights not only to keep the throne she thought she hated, but to accept her true place in the world. Will her power be enough? Or are some things stronger than magic? Give Me by L.K. Rigel: A Romance Reviews top pick. Lilith Evergreen has always lived in the California desert, but when she receives an antique ring as a gift, she dreams of a castle by the sea, a magnificent tree at cliff's edge, and a mysterious woman who calls her to Dumnos, a land of mist and rain. There she meets Cade Bausiney, the future Earl of Dumnos. His attraction to her is overwhelming ~ but are the feelings real or magically induced? Taming the Wolf by Stephanie Nelson: Attacked by a wolf while hiking, Anna Avery's life just got a little hairier. When dead bodies start showing up and Anna was the last to see them alive. She'll have to prove her innocence and tame the wolf who bites first and asks questions never. Sweet Magic Song by Olivia Hardin: Belle Bittner was sold to the highest bidder when she was just a child, sought for the magic lying dormant in her blood. As she tries to escape the world she was raised in, separating myth from fact to decipher the truth about her powers could mean the destruction of the new life she is trying to build. Enlightened by Melissa Lummis: Loti Dupree is about to learn that karma's a nightmare. Someone out there will stop at nothing to kill her and only the vampire named Wolf and a destiny she isn't prepared to embrace stands between her and an early grave. Undeniable by Tawdra Kandle: For Rafe Brooks, running from a broken heart means losing himself in alcohol and women. Numbing the pain works until he meets an irresistible redhead with secrets of her own. For Rafe and Jocelyn, when life is uncertain, love is undeniable. Hanna, Hanna, One-and-Two by Myndi Shafer: Twenty-two year old Johanna Cochrin's world is broken. Eating mists ravage the plains, and wilder-than-most hunt and kill in all but the most protected lands. But when she is kidnapped from a remote government compound, she must learn to trust people she has never met and share the secrets she never meant to share. Divine Destiny by Joanna Grace: Avery McClain's life is shattered and she is rescued by a Thracian warrior. He takes her to the Haven where she discovers her life was meant for a higher calling.

30 review for Love Potion No. 11: A Collection of 11 Full-Length Paranormal Novels

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lyndi W.

    I looked through reviews and found the highest rated book in this anthology/collection. It was so terrible, I couldn't even skim it and DNF'd it at like 80%. So I have zero hope for the rest of the books. I looked through reviews and found the highest rated book in this anthology/collection. It was so terrible, I couldn't even skim it and DNF'd it at like 80%. So I have zero hope for the rest of the books.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    1. Secrets (The Guardian Trilogy #1) by Liz Schulte *1 DNF Star Olivia is some sort of magnet for Jinn (Demons) and Guardians (Angels). Before she knows about any of those things she starts to fall in love with Holden, who she later finds out is a Jinn and should have killed her. Holden becomes obsessed with Olivia and begins following her everywhere. As people around her begin to die she is shocked to learn that her destiny belongs to one of these groups even though she's in love with someone o 1. Secrets (The Guardian Trilogy #1) by Liz Schulte *1 DNF Star Olivia is some sort of magnet for Jinn (Demons) and Guardians (Angels). Before she knows about any of those things she starts to fall in love with Holden, who she later finds out is a Jinn and should have killed her. Holden becomes obsessed with Olivia and begins following her everywhere. As people around her begin to die she is shocked to learn that her destiny belongs to one of these groups even though she's in love with someone on the other side. You are told that Holden and Olivia fall in love but there is zero feeling from either of them. They are also 2 of the most unlikeable characters I've read which was a combination that I gave up on halfway through. 2. Stronger Than Magic (House of Xannon #1) by Melinda Vanlone ***3 Stars Tarian is the Scion and next in line for the Dolphin throne, she of course doesn't appreciate the lack of freedom her position brings her. While out on a tracking mission she is attacked by a lizard creature and things just get worse. Apparently he is siphoning her power and will gain control of her unless she is able to get the part of his claw he left in her neck out. Tarian occasionally accepts help from her sister, best friends and mysterious new friend Daric...but mostly she does things on her own flying by the seat of her pants. Usually this really bothers me, and it does in this case...but sometimes I don't even blame her for getting annoyed and doing things her way. Every time she seeks guidance from her mother o archivists, all she is given are riddles and then anger directed at her when she makes decisions based on the limited information that she has. But there were other issues.... -I'm not sure why the author repeated things so many times, I didn't need to hear about Alex's Latino passion every time he was around. And Alex referring to her as Chica constantly was just irritating and not endearing. -The whole ritual of sleeping with a bunch of men to get the best mix for her baby, but why? why can't there be one father, or why can't she have a boyfriend after the baby is conceived. And if there is this whole ritual for the next heir then what went on to create Tarian's sister? There were just things about the Society that wasn't explained and then didn't really make any sense. Those being stated, I actually wanted to know more. There is a pretty good story here and I would have liked more of it. 3. Hanna, Hanna, One and Two by Myndi Shafer **2 Stars So there is a device that resets time, but every time it is used things are a little worse than they were before. The current president wants to use it to make herself immortal and more powerful than she is now. Johanna wants to use it because she is the Verus and if she uses the device it will be a full restart and put the world back without all the problems of later resets...I think. If she does this though she will cease to exist. Others are able to remember the past worlds...because they were touching someone during the reset? or something like that...and some of her brothers friends want to help her achieve her goal. The writing was ok in this, which is why I finished it. It flowed well and moved quickly. But there just wasn't enough story. Who are the Navaganti and why do they know about the machine? What the heck is the machine all about and why does it make the user immortal? Why does everyone think Johanna will cease to exist? My other 2 problems were silly but they just bothered me 1. Nat gave Johanna a puppy, he didn't tell her that the dog already had a name and didn't acknowledge that she had named her companion. I know it's silly but I just thought that was kind of mean. and 2. The circumstances that led to Johanna speaking to Haier for the first time just didn't jive....she can stand months of torture but not being shown a picture that I felt she should have understood the significance of way sooner? Overall just kind of a meh for me. 4. Sweet Magic Song (For Love of Fae #1) by Olivia Hardin Not Interested I gave this 5 chapters and couldn't bring myself to go any further. Roon was a pathetic excuse for a male who got annoyed when he saw women with other men because then he couldn't use them to forget about the fact that he's in love with his best friend. Which is fine, except I don't care to be in his head at all. And Belle was just a selfish bitch who was stringing along a bunch of innocent children because she wanted them around not because they would be safer or happier wherever she was going. Maybe their characters turn around but I don't care to find out. 5. Give Me (Wyrd & Fae #1) by L.K. Rigel ***3 Stars Lilith is drawn to Dumnos after her boyfriend dumps her. Once their she is immediately and seemingly unnaturally attracted to Cade the resident Lord. They soon find out that their attraction is not only their own but that of two ghosts who were torn apart in life and stuck longing for each other for a thousand years or so. Oh and then there is the crazy wyrd (witch) lady who wants to take over Lillith's body s she can keep living, the same woman who caused the problems in the first place. This was ok, a semi complicated story the shifts time periods and POV's fairly often. I do think it came together fairly nicely but I just didn't love it. 6. Undeniable (The Serendipity Duet #1) by Tawdra Kandle *1 DNF Star Rafe leaves his hometown to get away from the memory of the girl he loves that doesn't love him back. So he starts to travel around and ends up in New Orleans. There he meets Jocelyn, they sleep together and then she admits she works for a company that has been watching him his whole life and they want him to work for them. He is not even that perturbed by this because Joss is pretty hot. I read 5 chapters and felt like both of these characters were complete sleaze balls and I didn't care to read a story about either of them. 7. Divine Destiny (Divine Chronicles #1) by JoAnna Grace **2 Stars Ryse is a Thracian (warrior) and Deity (linked t0 the gods) and generally an all around badass. Avery is a Grace, more specifically Ryse's Grace, the woman the gods created especially for him. As much as Ryse and his men adore her there are those out there who very clearly want her dead, hence a bunch of attacks surrounding Avery. That's the basic gist of it, but the story is complicated with many different characters that all seem to play a major role and even get there own POV's. For me, that took away from Ryse and Avery's story because there were so many other things going on. That being said, I thought that doing things this way may have been needed because Ryse and Avery were not exactly dynamic. We are told that Avery is fiery and charming but it seems the only reasons are because she often has a bad attitude (like a 2 year old) and she has a southern accent. Ryse was a little better but their weird declarations of undying love after knowing each other for like a day just didn't seem very sincere. 8. Forever Fae (Forever Fae #1) by L.P. Dover **2 Stars (PR) The actual idea behind this story was really good. I loved the idea of the Fall and Summer Court children branching out into other courts. I liked the dark sorcerer plotting his revenge against the Fae, and I even liked most of the characters. My big problem was the dialogue...it seemed like it was a lot of cursing and vulgarity just for the sake of it and either didn't keep with the characters personality or it just really detracted from the story. I had to skim through some pages just to get through some of the weird and awkward conversations. 9. Enlightened (Love & Light #1) by Melissa Lummis ***3 Stars (PR) This one started really strong. Loti's grieving over her husbands death was very relatable and I thought she was a good character. When Wolf came into things I didn't mind him either but even having the multiple POV's didn't really make me feel their connection. And the middle kind of lost me with all the chakra and prana talk. And by the end I was a little confused by all the metaphysical stuff and I thought the end was a little rushed. That being said I did enjoy it overall and I'm considering giving this series a chance. 10. The Charmer (Darklands #1) by Autumn Dawn *1 Star So the idea is that a race of people who shift into wolf type creatures called the Haunt split from the human race and created their own world. Wiley was apparently lost from this new world and ended up in a human orphanage where she met Jasmine and they became lifelong friends. When Jasmine goes to meet Wiley on a camping trip she finds her gone and herself being kidnapped by a strange man and a pack of wolf like creatures. Jasmine is determined to get out of this new world and take Wiley with her but it turns out she is a Charmer, a female who makes male Haunts all googly eyed over her, and she is watched very closely by Keilor, the head Haunt. Eventually the girls decide they want to stay, and a new problem arises of traitors and people who want to steal Jasmine's Charmer pheromones and/or want her dead. And a whole other section regarding a group of humans who attach themselves to symbiotes and are able to live longer and stuff. There was just waaaaay too much to this, I thought the book could have done with several less elements and just focusing on just a couple things at a time. About halfway through my head was spinning at all of the new storylines. My biggest problem, and reason for the 1 star is the "relationship between Jasmine and Keilor. Keilor was going to kill her when he realized she was a Charmer but then thought it was better to try and mate with her so her pheromones would calm down or something. When he discovers her trying to find a way back to her home world he sexually molests her as a punishment. He does this on several occasions, and is constantly threatening her with more abuse when she does not act the way he wants. That's pretty awful but even worse was the Jasmine and Wiley were not bothered by this behavior at all. Just because they were both attracted to each other doesn't give him the right to do anything to her without her consent despite what his sense of smell tells him. 11. Taming the Wolf (Anna Avery #1) by Stephanie Nelson ****4 Stars Anna is attacked and is turned into a werewolf. She leaves her old life behind and joins the Everwood pack. She clings to her humanity while getting used to the urges of her wolf. While fighting her feelings for her already mated alpha and figuring out if she could be happy with nice guy Sawyer, she is understandably stressed. When humans start dying and she becomes the prime suspect, well things get even worse. Anna doesn't believe she would kill anyone but her vivid dreams have her questioning if maybe she is guilty. I actually loved this. I thought Anna was a great character who didn't take the easy path and stuck to her guns. I got attached to Anna, Adam, Sawyer and Elle and felt all of the tension going around the pack. I maybe would have like a little more werewolf information but overall this was very enjoyable.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    This review is only for the book UNDENIABLE, contained in this box set. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely loved this book! Reading this new book filled with Rafe and some other familiar faces from the King series is like running into your best friends for a night out on the town. As a fan, you're already familiar with the world, the characters, and most of the locales. I have been one of the people dying to hear what happened to poor old Rafe after Tasmy This review is only for the book UNDENIABLE, contained in this box set. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I absolutely loved this book! Reading this new book filled with Rafe and some other familiar faces from the King series is like running into your best friends for a night out on the town. As a fan, you're already familiar with the world, the characters, and most of the locales. I have been one of the people dying to hear what happened to poor old Rafe after Tasmyn stomped on his heart, crying for more Rafe in future books. It was so satisfying to watch him go on his own adventure in this book. This book starts where Rafe and Tasmyn's story really separates. We get to see what Rafe does immediately following graduation all the way up past when he and Tasmyn cross paths again (sort of). Worried that this will just be a "fill in the blanks" type story? Don't be-- this book is jam packed with a completely original Rafe storyline and everything you've ever wanted to know about him. I will admit, Rafe kind of got painted as a sort of bad guy during Michael and Tasmyn's breakup, and the poor lovesick fool couldn't quite give her up even after it was painfully obvious that they weren't meant to be. Luckily, this book really gives you a deep look at Rafe's feelings and motivations, his family, and much much more -- it is sooooo good! After graduation, Rafe goes on a bit of a girl and booze bender, hopping from city to city in search of a way to drown out his poor broken heart. In New Orleans, he finally makes a good decision and picks up a girl named Joss. I fell in love with her instantly, as I'm sure Rafe started to do as well. She's headstrong and tough enough to take even the sexy and sure Rafe on in a battle of seduction and innuendo. Yes, this book has sex. I don't think there could be a Rafe book without it (or at least not one that does his story justice). This book really convinced me how absolutely wrong Rafe and Tasmyn were as a couple. Rafe needs a strong partner, and as much as I love Tasmyn, that just isn't her. The real story of this book (other than Rafe) is a bit of a continuation of the mission Tasmyn was on with Emma in a previous book. Rafe gets roped in (or convinced) by Joss to join the team and fully step into his good guy role. Together, Rafe and Joss they end up in more trouble than they could imagine, and we even get to see some familiar faces on the way. There's mystery and action coupled with some really heartwarming displays of affection. It had me smiling and laughing and on the edge of my seat the entire way through. While this series is set in the same world as the King series, this book really is completely different. The writing style is still easy and quick, making the pages fly by without a thought, but it has a definite adult edge. It's filled with all the goodies a King series fan is hoping for with a few surprises I wasn't sure I could handle. I was rooting for Rafe every step of the way and am dying to read the next book! When does it come out???

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Secrets by Liz Schulte: The Charmer by Autumn Dawn: Forever Fae by L.P. Dover: Stronger Than Magic by Melinda VanLone: Give Me by L.K. Rigel: Taming the Wolf by Stephanie Nelson: Sweet Magic Song by Olivia Hardin: Enlightened by Melissa Lummis: Undeniable by Tawdra Kandle: Hanna, Hanna, One-and-Two by Myndi Shafer: Divine Destiny by Joanna Grace:

  5. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Loved them all This is going on my reread shell. I loved boxed sets because I always find Authors I love and some I know to avoid. This one was great. A lot of these I had read, but, even though I have read of Stephanie Nelson and Kandle. Those books were new to me and made the collection easily worth it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    SHARON K BECK

    I enjoyed every book in this box set you can go wrong READING this box set every book is so different from the next . I also enjoyed that I would like to read more about each and every character in each books. Great buy

  7. 5 out of 5

    Spoiledduchess

    Really great books in this set.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    I could not find a single story that held my interest past the first page.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dee Gray

    A good mix of series starter books. Very enjoyable and got me hooked into the rest of the series on several of the books collected in this volume.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Charlene Woodard

    Awesome books I rated this book five stars because it was an exciting, mixture of stories that left me wanting more. I would recommend them to adult readers who like love stories.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Erwin

    Got this for $0.99 at amazon. Hit or miss on some of the books. Some were great, some...not so much. Did find some I'd definitely like to read more from that author. Not bad for a dollar. Got this for $0.99 at amazon. Hit or miss on some of the books. Some were great, some...not so much. Did find some I'd definitely like to read more from that author. Not bad for a dollar.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chelle

    I have read a few books in this set and love them all. I can't wait to read the rest!!! I have read a few books in this set and love them all. I can't wait to read the rest!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janet

  14. 5 out of 5

    Keelie Howard

  15. 5 out of 5

    Philleys Peters

  16. 4 out of 5

    ghislaine belair

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tanya Reinhardt

  18. 4 out of 5

    Maxine Sestok

  19. 5 out of 5

    Darlene

  20. 4 out of 5

    Patti

  21. 5 out of 5

    Justine

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erica

  23. 4 out of 5

    terry brown

  24. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  25. 4 out of 5

    vikki stalsberg

  26. 5 out of 5

    Robin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dr Vandana Arora

  28. 4 out of 5

    JuEllen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Hunter

  30. 4 out of 5

    alan tressler

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