Friday, May 12, 2017

To Stir A Fae's Passion Release Day Post with ARC Review!

Title: To Stir a Fae’s Passion
Series: Love and Magic (book #3)
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Author: Nadine Mutas
Released: May 12, 2017

Love is the lure that could break her curse—or her heart…

Growing up among witches as a rare and powerless male descendant hasn’t been easy for Basil Murray. When he learns his true identity, he’s all too eager to claim his own magic, but the tangle of lies that shaped his past might just kill him before he unlocks the secret to his powers.

And the beautiful fae whose life he saves may be at the center of it all.

Fae bounty hunter Isa’s days are numbered. The death curse she’s stalled will soon kill her, unless she ends the bloodline of the one who cursed her. And of course the last living descendant turns out to be the striking male to whom she now owes a life debt. Even worse, Basil has the nerve to unapologetically fall in love with her—and make her crave what she can never have…

Warning: Includes a hero who is as sweet as he is sexy, and may cause intense yearning and unintentional hugging of your reading device. Maybe even licking.


A stunning, magical inducing, sexy, dangerous to your heart paranormal romance that is BEYOND AMAZING! I have kept up with Miss Nadine Mutas's stories for a while now and I am addicted to her charming, rough, and passionate characters. And with To Stir A Fae's Passion we get a totally KICK-A** heroine! Isa is tough, smart, strong as hell and has some serious pent up passion! And the hero....OMG TOTAL DROOL AND SWOON WORTHY!

This book is an utter treasure! I dug into this book right away and I loved the ever loving heck out of THE WHOLE THING! The characters are too tempting to not to like and the romance...irresistible! The god, the passion is steamy, sexy, had me weak-in-the-knees! The plot thickens beautifully and the story just drags you in and won't let go until that very last page. Goodness how I LOOOOVE Nadine Mutas!

If you haven't read any of Miss Mutas's Love And Magic series, I suggest you hightail it all quick like to your favorite book retailer and pick up the the first two books before the release of To Stir A Fae's Passion. Trust me, you will LOVE these books! To Stir A Fae's Passion gets a UNFORGETTABLY AMAZING FIVE SHOOTING STARS! Its, dare I say, magically delicious. 

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Excerpt 1:
Basil let out a breath, put his hands on his waist. “I can't believe it. This is…amazing architecture.” He gestured around. “Do all fae live like this?”
Isa deposited her weapons in the corner that held the bunkbed, so her bow and arrow would be within easy reach while she slept. “No, not all of us. Fae architecture actually differs according to the fae’s elements.
“What do you mean?”
“Well, since you asked me about teaching you about fae powers, here’s your first lesson. No two fae’s powers are the same. But some of us have ties to the same element. Some parts of nature…sing to us, to our own power. Some fae have an affinity for water, for example, while others can manipulate fire.”
“In other words, fae magic is elemental magic?”
“Not quite, but close. Our magic is not limited to elemental magic, or rather that one element we prefer. A water fae, for example, will be strongest in the presence of water, and the core of her talent will be in manipulating water, and anything to do with water. But she may have magic that has nothing to do with water as well.”
“That means a water fae would still be able to work a spell on someone’s mind, right?”
Isa nodded. “Yes, kind of like that. The elemental part of our magic is the part we are born with, that comes most naturally to us. This part we barely need to learn. Now, other types of magic, those similar to the magic witches wield, those types we have to spend time to learn, just like witches. Our powers are still far below those of witches, but we are able to learn and wield some magic that goes beyond our natural element.”
“What’s your element?” Basil’s eyes held a speculative gleam.
Inexplicably, she felt the urge to tease him, to be playful. She marveled at that feeling. “Why don’t you take a guess?”
The spark in his eyes, the hint of a smile on his face, both deepened, spread into an expression of interest and appreciation that caught her off guard. He took a step closer, studied her from head to toe and back up again, lingering in places of her body that were exquisitely feminine—and which grew hot and sensitive, as if in answer to his visual examination.
The intensity in his regard, the unabashed interest, seared through the layers of her clothes, made her suddenly aware of the overwhelming maleness so close to her. He leaned in, inhaled deeply, as if trying to sample her very essence. She shivered in response, struggled not to sway forward, into him.
“I’d say,” he murmured in a voice pitched so low, so seductive, it invoked images far too intimate in nature, “it’s not fire, or water.”
Unable to raise her voice to speak, she just shook her head, mesmerized by his presence.
He tilted his head and studied her face so closely, she had to lock her knees in order not to tremble. “Earth?”
She exhaled on a gasp. Her heart skipped a beat.
“Am I close?”
Far too close. But not in terms of guessing her element. His heat brushed against her skin, his scent wrapped around her—he smelled like warm earth caressed by rain, touched by an intriguing dark note. Her pulse sped up, her breath caught in her throat, and desire uncurled in her lower belly. Insidious, unwelcome—she hadn’t wanted a male in years, had been too preoccupied with stalling her curse, and now was not the time to reawaken a need long-buried.
So instead of an answer—or any of the disastrous, traitorous ideas her newly invigorated libido came up with regarding how to respond to his interest in her—she called to the stone around her, drew the pieces she found close, raised them up and swirled them in the air—and then let them rain down on Basil.

About the Author

Polyglot Nadine Mutas has always loved tangling with words, whether in her native tongue German or in any of the other languages she’s acquired over the years. The more challenging, the better, she thought, and thus she studied the cultures and languages of South Asia and Japan. She worked at a translation agency for a short while, putting to use her knowledge of English, French, Spanish, Japanese, and Hindi.
Before long, though, her lifelong passion for books and words eventually drove her to give voice to those story ideas floating around in her brain (which have kept her up at night and absent-minded at inopportune times). She now writes paranormal romances with wickedly sensual heroes and the fiery heroines who tame them. Her debut novel, To Seduce a Witch’s Heart (first published as Blood, Pain, and Pleasure), won the Golden Quill 2016 for Paranormal and the Published Maggie Award 2016 for Best Paranormal Romance, and was a finalist in the PRISM contest for Dark Paranormal and Best First Book, as well as nominated for the Passionate Plume award 2016 for Paranormal Romance Novels & Novellas. It also won several awards for excellence in unpublished romance.
Nadine currently resides in California with her college sweetheart, beloved little demon spawn, and two black cats hellbent on cuddling her to death (Clarification: Both her husband and kid prefer her alive. The cats, she’s not so sure about.)

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