Sunday, September 6, 2015

Marked by Siobhan Kinkade

Title: Marked
Author: Siobhan Kinkaid
Publisher: Purple sword publishing
Genre: M/F, Paranormal
Pages: 45
Reviewer: Redz
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Publisher’s Blurb
Once in a blue moon, a witch will find what she wants where she least expects it.

Events planner Tabitha Richardson had no idea what she signed on for when she picked up a job for Atlanta’s most eligible bachelor. Russell, while gorgeous and the immediate star of her fantasies, also has a darker side. He is a werewolf, and the full moon is fast approaching. But he isn’t the only one with secrets to keep. Tabitha is harboring a big one right alongside her crush on Russell, and that secret is witchcraft.

When she decides to throw caution to the wind and indulge in her desires, she finds that she has bitten off much more than she can chew. The only question is, will she make it out alive


Marked by Siobhan Kinkade is the first book I have ever read by this author. I liked the style of writing and the pace. I just felt there was a disconnect with the romance in this book. I did not feel Russell was a good match for Tabitha. Tabitha is a witch. She is modern, and she is very independent. I liked all those things about her.  Her sudden attraction to Russell sometimes was not believable.  Nothing is explained in this book too. Why is magic so out in the open? Why are wolves at a party in the open? Are all those things just accepted in this world as norms?  None of that is answered. It is straight up a romance between Russell and Tabby.  There is Cera the best friend but she is just there stating things me the reader is thinking, like why are you just falling for a man you just met?  Russell is an Alpha head of his pack. Oh yes a werewolf. But that is really glossed over. I wish this book had more, more depth more world building just more. As a romance it was not that great for me. But as a start to something that could be great it is very solid. It just needed more  and then it would have been really great as it is it’s just okay.

              Three Red Stars 

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