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T when she invites him for a drink on the porch Lizzie opens the door to a secret world of Lycan magic spelled books and a power hungry mastermind Caught up in one man’s search for power Lizzie soon begins to uncover surprising secrets about her own p. A good idea that lost it s way Closer to Matlock than Wallander

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Lost Library Lost Library #1

Ast and powers but not before stumbling upon a library like no other And romance with a serious but sexy Lycan It might just happen Take a romp through the life of the uirky and well meaning Lizzie as she discovers exactly what it means to live with mag. I really enjoyed this book have the next 3 ready to go

Kate Baray · 6 Summary

Lizzie led a normal lifeuntil the Book arrived Author Kate Baray begins her new paranormal romance series with Lost Library a tale of werewolves magic adventure and romance John Braxton arrives unannounced on Lizzie’s doorstep Little does she know tha. I liked the premise of this book In fact it seems tailored made to my fantasies mystical book mysterious library hot werewolf love interest and a main character that is spunky and loves her dogs But I did not love this bookor even like it very much I found the writer s style of storytelling to be awkward The pacing is snail slow interspersed with rapid advancement and the world building is a little stunted and too much info on minute details that did nothing to advance the story but other sections that could have been fleshed out for a bigger impact were jumped over I don t like to write negative reviews but when I started making notes about how bad the dialogue is or how the character development consists of awkward info dumps that add little value to the story I had to admit there was something that needs to be said in a review that is not all sunshine and rainbows so someone is not mislead by all the five star reviews sometimes I wonder if I even read the same book as they didStill despite my issues with the uality of writing there was something compelling about Lizzy s story Not only did I finish the book I finished it in a few days without putting it down and starting another While I am hard put to tell you what made me read on perhaps the small humorous exchanges or the likable and uirky charactersI don t know uite what I think it is sufficient to say something made it worth reading this book till its end I will read the second book because I am curious to see how Lizzy s tale plays out and I hope the awkwardness has all been exorcised in the first book


10 thoughts on “Lost Library Lost Library #1

  1. says:

    See bookshelves for details You are uite welcomePS Thank fish this was a freebie Had it not been I would have unleashed the murderous crustaceans on and demanded a refund With 50% interest At least

  2. says:

    I liked the premise of this book In fact it seems tailored made to my fantasies mystical book mysterious library hot werewolf love interest and a main character that is spunky and loves her dogs But I did not love this bookor even like it very much I found the writer's style of storytelling to be awkward The pac

  3. says:

    I can see from the majority of the reviews that I am in the minority For me the best part of this book was the blurb I was looking forward to possibly starting a new urban fantasy series because I've been in a reading drought for uite

  4. says:

    Caffeinated Aspects Lizzie Smith receives an old book in the mail from an unknown sender She can see words withi

  5. says:

    This book just didn't do it for me The story was good and the characters were okay but I just couldn't get into that well It's about a woman who doesn't know anything about magic but it turns out she's supposed to be able to read magical books yet he never really can She meets a werewolf and starts having feeling with him Bad things start to happen and a world of crime starts opening up

  6. says:

    A good idea that lost it's way Closer to Matlock than Wallander

  7. says:

    I was in the mood for something different and spotted this I liked the idea of a book having special significance and the fact that Lizzie didn’t have a clue about it or magic really pulled me in She felt uite lonely and isolated even though she does have a good friend so I wasn’t really sure how I felt about her keeping the clearly magi

  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this book have the next 3 ready to go

  9. says:

    There's a lot to like about this bookLizzie Smith and John Braxton are likable interesting characters The Lycan don't act out a stereotypical and scientifically disproven version of wolf dominance The story is exciting and keeps moving The way

  10. says:

    i was given the ARC to review this book As much as i love this book and all its paranormal romance it confused me but dont get me wrong though i really do love this book its just that all the talk about werewolves oops Lycan i mean and magic combined confused me but its uniue you see? i rarely read about both werewolves and magic together and this author actually blend those two together and its not even those