Sunday Review – Nina Mason’s The Queen of Swords.

The Queen of Swords: A Paranormal Tale of Undying Love

“Product Description

The Queen of Swords, a dark and erotic paranormal romance, combines vampires, witchcraft, Celtic mythology, tarot cards, and Scottish history to tell the story of a white witch who returns every hundred years to reunite with her soul mate, a Scottish earl who’s been earthbound by a dark wizard’s curse. Cat is the third incarnation of the lass Graham was to marry the day after he was cursed. Set in modern-day England and Scotland with flashbacks to the Regency, Victorian, and Edwardian periods.**For Mature Readers**”

Definitely a well written book, encompassing a wonderful paranormal romance. Truly worth reading!!!
A stunningly beautiful tale of a love that struggles throughout time before finally finding its heartfelt victory.
I spent a long time waiting for this book to become available, enjoying the anticipation of this story and I was not disappointed. I found it spellbinding and impossible to put down.
Firstly, praise has to be given for the amount of research and work that Nina Mason must have put into the spells, tarot, magicks and the history. The details within are very well sealed into the story and flow wonderfully into the storyline.
The relationship between Cat and Graham is interesting. It is nice to see that whilst love is predominant, there is also doubt and mistrust and anger giving the characters a brilliant realism. And the hints of character traits when regarding the secondary characters is intriguing and lends a further realism to the story.
I find that the more I prattle on, the less sense I make, and so I’ll just say this, if you are looking for a book that touches into many genres (historical, modern, romance, supernatural, just to name a few) then this is the one for you. You will not regret it!

Find Nina here on facebook.!/nina.mason.165?fref=ts

 Nina’s new book is coming soon!! Read below for a little info..

“The Tin Man, a political thriller by Nina Mason, will be released August 30, 2014 by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing, a sister imprint of Vamptasy, publisher of The Queen of Swords.

Here’s the blurb for The Tin Man:

In an underground garage at Ronald Regan National Airport, the powerful head of a media conglomerate is murdered just as he’s about to leak a critical piece of evidence to a federal agent. He’s not the first to die. A serial killer is systematically eliminating the owners of the last handful of news enterprises not controlled by corporations.

Alex Buchanan, the owner of a progressive online news site, is outraged by the takeover of America’s mass media by companies that care more about profits than informing the public. Unfortunately, Buchanan’s hard-hitting editorials and threatened lawsuits have so far only gained him powerful enemies who will stop at nothing to keep him from exposing their shocking secrets.”


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