Love’s Prophecy by Margaret Taylor (Reviewed By Melanie)

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Title: Love’s Prophecy

Author: Margaret Taylor

Published Date: August 31, 2013

Genre: Paranormal Romance


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An Ancient Prophecy could change the World…

Marla Cortside has been a Witch all her life. As the Leader of Coven Seven, she’s fought evil at every turn and saved humanity too many times to count. And until she starts dreaming of a man being tortured, the job has never touched her personally. She’s always managed to keep evil and it’s minions at arm’s length. But the day she meets Austin Tygris and discovers his role in a world-altering Prophecy, all of that changes.

From the beginning, Atlanta Police Detective Austin Tygris would never have believed a Witch could help him find his missing twin, Max. He’s grounded in reality and knows the only way to save his brother is through good, old-fashioned hard work. But that’s failed him for the last seven months and with nothing left to lose, he turns to Marla and her Coven for help…

An Ancient Prophecy speaks of a set of Twins with enough power to alter the balance between good and evil and the Witch who will have to choose between them. Can Marla decide the Fate of the world or will her love allow Evil to gain the foothold it’s always wanted?

Find out for yourself in Love’s Prophecy…

***Contains Graphic Sex, Violence, Strong Language and Adult Situations.

Not for young readers***

paragraph divider 18***Melanie, #NerdGirlVamp’s Review***

Witches, and Prophecies, and Twins OH MY!!

What do you do when you absolutely adore an author? You go and hunt for anything else they have written (except for wolf books … Sorry Ms Tayor even you can’t convince me there) and then you see if they need extra reviews … and if you are VERY lucky they will say yes and send you a copy.

Love’s Prophecy is totally different from the other series I have read by this author but it still sits nicely in one of my favorite genres. You can tell that this is one of her earlier works, not that that is a bad thing, but it is not quite as polished as some of her more recent writings.

The story is addicting and hooks you right from the first page. The characters are strong and the story is magic …..literally. As with most stand alone PR books the romance seems obvious but Ms Taylor certainly manages to throw a lot of twists and turns along the way.

A solid 4 out of 5 stars. I love that this was a stand alone but I would be excited to see more adventures developed in this universe even with new characters. Crime solving and spells are always a fun combination!


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