Review – Honeymoon by Samantha MacLeod @writersammac

Book & Author Details:

Honeymoon by Samantha MacLeod
Published by: Vestal Valley Press
Publication date: November15th 2016
Genres: Urban Fantasy, Romance

honeymoon-smallMythology expert Caroline Capello agreed to marry Loki, the Norse god of fire and lies.

She didn’t realize the most dangerous part of their marriage might be the honeymoon.

This short story takes place after the events of The Trickster’s Lover. It is not intended for readers under 18 years of age.

review

Well, isn’t this a bite sized morsel of yumminess?

There is, I believe, a skill in being able to tell a story in a small number of pages. Of course, it helps that the characters were already firmly established but the snapshot which this novella provides hit all the right notes for me.

I only hope that it opens the door for more…

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book.

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purchase links

Amazon (universal link)

About the author

Born and raised in Colorado, Samantha MacLeod has lived in every time zone in the US, and London. She has a bachelor’s degree from Colby College and an M.A. from the University of Chicago; yes, the U. of C. really is where fun comes to die.

Samantha lives with her husband and two small children in the woods of southern Maine. When she’s not shoveling snow or writing steamy sex scenes, Samantha can be found teaching college composition and philosophy to undergraduates who have no idea she leads a double life as an erotica author.

author links

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