Books by Thea Harrison

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Dragon Bound

Despite having recently inhaled the first two books in Thea Harrison’s new Moonshadow series, I think it’s necessary to preface this review with a few confessions/disclaimers:  I truly don’t read a lot of PNR/fantasy, I’m only vaguely familiar with elves and Fae (who knew there was more tha ...

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Spellbinder

Thea Harrison’s Moonshadow series weaves old English tales of magic and myth into her established world of shifters and Fae. In her new story, Spellbinder ,she blends legend and the paranormal together to tell the tragic story of Morgan le Fae, a sorcerer and kingmaker sentenced into a life of ser ...

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Moonshadow

Thea Harrison spins her Elder Races series off into a new direction with the release of Moonshadow, book one in a self-titled series.  Expanding on the world building of the previous series and using European myths and legends as inspiration, Moonshadow finds renewed energy in an action packed stor ...

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Dragos Goes to Washington

It is always fun when an author treats her fans to something extra; a character interview, a deleted scene or even an extended epilogue available only on their website. These small tidbits make the reading experience that much more enjoyable as we get more information about people and places we love ...

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Falling Light

First of all, do not read Falling Light unless you have read its predecessor, Rising Darkness. This is a complicated tale about complicated beings, and I’ll admit to feeling a little lost even after having read both books. I can’t imagine how difficult it would be to just jump into this one with ...

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Rising Darkness

Fans of Thea Harrison's Elder Races series will be surprised if they're expecting her new Game of Shadows series to be anywhere near similar. Rising Darkness, the first book in the new series, is, well, dark, y'all - emotionally affecting, creepy-delicious, D-A-R-K dark. It's also technically impecc ...

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Lord's Fall

It is not often that authors revisit the couples from a previous book. With Lord’s Fall, Harrison revisits her couple from the first book of the Elder Races series, Dragon Bound. Fans of that book will want to catch up on Dragos and Pia.         Dragos is the leader of the Wyr deme ...

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Oracle's Moon

After the first frenzied read of a fan, I knew I considered Oracle’s Moon to be a DIK. But as a review should be from a less biased perspective, I knew I had to read it a second time with a whole new mindset. Searching for flaws that a fan would overlook, instead I found even more strengths that m ...

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Dragon Bound

Narrated by Sophie Eastlake To be honest, when I started Dragon Bound, I was a bit worried. As the first in the Elder Races series, there’d been such buzz about it for months – would it live up to expectations? I’m pleased to say it did, in spades! Ms. Harrison introduces a new world in the ...

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Dragon Bound

Please have patience with me because I am about to gush unabashedly. I hadn’t really expected to enjoy this paranormal; I felt they had become formulaic and boring, and I had more or less given up on them. It’s been a very long time since I’ve read a paranormal I enjoyed as much as this one, a ...