A Touch of Fae by Lauren Dane, Witch Knot #2 (a review)

A Touch of Fae (Witches Knot, #2)

Em Charvez has grown up in the shadow of the strong willed and colorful Charvez women and she feels a bit invisible. While on the hunt for a book of magic that could well destroy the Compact that gives them their power, she meets Conchobar MacNessa, a ten-thousand-year-old Faerie warrior, and suddenly she’s not quite so invisible. Things heat up between Con and Em as the battle over the book—the battle between good and evil—takes shape around them…

Note: This book contains a brief instance of explicit m/m intimacy.

A review by Beckey

I have enjoyed the first book and this one doesn’t disappoint… The author does create a great PRN “new world” of magic and… Great balance between a storyline, new world and characters oh goodness, and the heat…

Very imaginative and creative… great one to read.

4 stars

About the author

Lauren Dane has been writing stories since she was able to use a pencil, and before that she used to tell them to people. Of course, she still talks nonstop, and through wonderful fate and good fortune, she’s now able to share what she writes with others. It’s a wonderful life!

The basics: Lauren is a mom, a partner, a best friend and a daughter. Living in the rainy but beautiful Pacific Northwest, she spends her late evenings writing like a fiend when she finally wrestles all of her kids to bed

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