Friday, 5 April 2013

Book Review: Wytchfae Runes by Flossie Benton Rogers

I have recently read the debut paranormal romance novel from Flossie Benton Rogers. Here is my review of Wytchfae Runes:

I have been following this author on her blog for a while now, and so I began reading the novel with excited anticipation, after reading several tantalising snippets online. I wasn’t disappointed! The story moved quickly in a practical manner. The heroine, Kelly, is totally down-to-earth while still displaying her magical abilities. And as for the Viking ghost, Ingvar… Wow! Let’s just say, he will stir some excitement from an appreciative reader!

It isn’t all about sex and magic, however. The novel very smartly introduces some ancient folklore and characters based on traditional myths, which I really liked. I can see the author developing a very successful series after reading this book, and I recommend Wytchfae Runes to all fans of popular Urban Fantasy and contemporary dark romance.


  1. Hi Catherine,
    I am enjoying your blog, so I nominated you for the Leibster Award! I was just nominated, and it is a fun way for people to get to know you and your blog. Feel free to check out my blog to see how it works, and of course, you don't have to participate if you don't want to :)
    Best wishes to you,
    James A. West

    1. Hi James, wow thank you so much! I will certainly take a look and I accept the award with gratitude and a huge smile!