Friday, April 18, 2014

How (Not) to Kiss a Were Bear by Elizabeth A. Reeves

A cross-over novel combining the worlds of magical baker, Cindy Eller, and her sister the unconquerable Goldie Locke.
Since the death of Queen Elizabeth, Faerie has been closed to our world. Now, many believe it is time to destroy the barrier separating the two worlds-- for Faerie and the mortal world to live together once again.
The mortal Council of Magic will never allow this, despite the ever-growing mortality rate of a plague caused by the increasing deficit of Magic on our side of the barrier.
Meanwhile, Cindy Eller is learning what it takes to be a Seraphine of Faerie, while her sister, Goldie Locke, struggles to keep what's left of her family alive and together.
From Goodreads.

I wanted to read this as I have read the previous Cindy Eller books. But as her two series merge with this book, I needed to read the Goldie Locke series first. I have read them and they were all okay but it annoys me that the author did this.
This book brings together the two stories very well. Everybody has to fight for the survival of the magical community against The mortal Council of Magic who has been keeping a lot of magic to them self.
Goldie is continuing her complicated life and Cindy is trying to prove herself a worthy Seraphine of Faerie.

This book qualifies for:
2014 Ebook challenge
2014 Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge
Shifter Challenge 2014
You Read How Many Books? Reading Challenge 2014
Sequel Spring Reading Challenge

Paranormal Addicts & Newbies - Paranormal Creatures Seasonal Challenge
Goodreads Reading Challenge 2014
Stuck in a Rut Challenge
Nothing but Reading Challenges - Spell it Out - Animal Alphabet (E-kestrel)
Crazy Challenge Connection Bard of Avon

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