Author: Aurora Whittet


Nov 03
Bloodmoon by Aurora Whittet – Review & (Double) Giveaway

Bloodmoon by Aurora Whittet – Review & (Double) Giveaway

Giveaways (Ended), Reviews 6 ★★★★

***NOTE: This review is for the third book in a trilogy and may contain spoilers for the first two books. To read my reviews for Bloodmark and Bloodrealms, click the links.*** This final book in the Bloodmark Saga was, without a doubt, my favorite. Instead of focusing so much on the romance, this time the story centered on the battle between Ashling’s pack and the Dvergars. That led to an ultra-exciting ending to this paranormal trilogy! It had been a very long time since I read the first two books in this series, so I did a super quick skim-read of the first two books, and I’m certainly glad I did. I’m not sure how easy it would have been to pick back up with this third book—even though Whittet sprinkles in reminders, I had forgotten quite a few of the details of what happened in those first two books. So,… Read more »


Oct 26
The Bloodmark Trilogy by Aurora Whittet: Check Out My Reviews, Whittet’s Top Ten Addictions & a Giveaway!

The Bloodmark Trilogy by Aurora Whittet: Check Out My Reviews, Whittet’s Top Ten Addictions & a Giveaway!

Author Top Ten Lists, Giveaways (Ended) 6

I read and reviewed the first two books in this trilogy back when they first came out. I’ve really been enjoying the series, and I’m excited to finally finish it up! Watch for my review of the third book on November 3rd (along with a separate, tour-wide giveaway). For now, check out the first two books in the series (including links to my previous reviews), read about Aurora’s Top Ten Addictions and enter to win hardcovers of the entire series! Bloodmark by Aurora Whittet Series: Bloodmark Saga #1 Published by Wise Ink on 11/1/13 Genres: Young Adult, Paranormal Pages: 333 My content rating: YA (Nothing more than kissing, Some violence) Sixteen-year-old werewolf princess Ashling Boru is different from other wolves–she was able to shift to a wolf at birth. Rather than bringing pride to her family, it brings fear, and she is sent to live in Ireland’s secluded countryside. Ashling’s… Read more »


Dec 28
Review – Bloodmark by Aurora Whittet

Review – Bloodmark by Aurora Whittet

Reviews 1 ★★★½

Bloodmark was a little difficult for me to rate because I thought it started out really promising, then it lost me for a bit in the middle, and then picked up again at the end. The story centers around Ashling, a werewolf princess who is struggling to escape the suffocating traditions of her immortal (and therefore, very old-fashioned) father. Still, even a life with a man she doesn’t love might be preferable to being hunted by the pack’s oldest enemy – suddenly, Ashling finds herself swept away from everything she’s ever known in order to escape a certain death at the hands of this enemy. She is hidden away in a little town in Maine where she finds the love of her life – the only problem is, he’s a human and his family has its own secrets – secrets even he may not know. What Fed My Addiction: Family… Read more »