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Publisher's Summary

For those who like their romance full of fantasy and swoon-worthy heroes, The Realm features the first three books:

  1. Wizard's Chance: Curvy Samantha is a dreamer looking for a happily ever after with Prince Charming. Her whole life changes when she finds a magical book that transports her to a tropical island with a hunk who thinks he's a wizard.
  2. The Hunter: For years, Suzie’s been running with her children, determined to not be found by her violent ex. Tired of hiding, she decides to settle down in suburbia, where she meets Hunter, a hot neighbor with a sword and secrets.
  3. Chance's Game: The god of chance has sent Breanna on a quest to free the realm from a powerful spell. There’s just one problem: Chance expects her to team up with a wizard who is also a devilish rake.
©2022 Eve Langlais (P)2022 Eve Langlais

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  • 06-16-22

Too Juvenile and lazy

So, here's a situation of a good story concept but poor execution. It just seems like she got lazy. Repetitive descriptors, restating unnecessary inner thoughts. And details that don't make sense.
example: a librarian who reads a ton of fantasy would absolutely know what a grimoire is. She'd have a way better understanding of magical comcepts simply from her fiction reading. Her persistent innocence about every damn thing is completely unrealistic and not believable.
Nitpicks: Is the author suddenly a 13 year old? her "kitty"???? she could have used any number of words but her descriptions of sexual encounters came off as massively Juvenile.
Also, the narrator was not to my liking. adding emphasis on odd words and using inflections that made no sense. And pronounced words a bit off. serious pet peeve : "dinnit" instead of "didn't"
But, the thing that made me shut off the book was this line after She and Sinclair had sex: "Who knew that lovemaking could be so frantic and pleasurable" REALLY?? Who knew? woman read a ton of romance and fantasy and she didn't know lovemaking would be pleasurable? please. and who says that?
It just all came off as massively lazy and childish. like a tween with no experience of sex wrote it.