Books by Karen Whiddon

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The Wolf Prince

I love shape shifters, especially wolves. I also love the fey, most especially the Sidhe courts. So when I found a book that combined both Sidhe and shape shifters, I was delighted. Unfortunately, by the end of this book I was far less pleased. Prince Ruben of Teslinko must choose a br ...

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Soul Magic

Normally secondary characters in a novel are just that, secondary. However, sometimes they are wonderful and almost overpower the main characters, and other times they pull the reader right out of the story with their awfulness. Soul Magic featured a secondary character so incredibly annoying that ...

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One Eye Open

One Eye Open, the new werewolf romance by Karen Whiddon, is a book that walked the thin line between getting a recommendation and not. It's a flawed book, but every once in a while it would become good enough that it raised my opinion of it. And then it would remind me of what I found annoying in th ...

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Shadow Magic

Shadow Magic gets off to such a dreadful start - with its flat prose, slow pacing, and weak characters - that it initially seems doomed. But Karen Whidden concocted an interesting enough premise for her story that not even the weaknesses in the telling can completely ruin it. That only makes the boo ...

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Powerful Magic

This book needed powerful magic to save the plot from the stiff characters but sadly, none was forthcoming. If you like lying, helpless and brainless heroines, this might be the book for you, otherwise, I suggest you skip it and re-read Outlander. Our heroine, Megan, is thrown back in time when ...