PAN’S CONQUEST Blog Tour – March 3-7!
In celebration of the release of Pan’s Conquest, Entangled Publishing and Author Aubrie Dionne are having a giveaway! Check out the link for details and enter to win!
1 Pan’s Conquest Prize Pack US Only.
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Author and flutist in New England. I teach flute at a university and a community music school. Represented by Dawn Dowdleof Blue Ridge Literary Agency. Writes for Entangled Publishing,Inkspell Publishing, Spencer Hill, Lyrical Press, and GSP. My short stories have been featured in Mindflights, Niteblade, Silver Blade, Emerald Tales, Aurora Wolf, A Fly in Amer, Moon Drenched Fables and various anthologies.
Check out Entangled Romance for full Tour Schedule.
2/24/2014- book’s blog– Guest Post
2/24/2014- Pretty in Preloved– Review
2/25/2014- RhiReading– Guest Post
2/26/2014- Fade Into Fantasy– Guest Post
2/26/2014- Toot’s Book Reviews– Interview
2/27/2014- Romance for Every World– Guest Post
2/28/2014- BookHounds– Interview
3/3/2014- Cassandra Lost in Books– Spotlight
3/4/2014- Fantasy Book Addict– Guest Post
3/5/2014- Romantic Reads and Such– Guest Post
3/6/2014- Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!– Interview
3/7/2014- Urban Fantasy Investigations– Guest Post
3/7/2014- Manga Maniac Café– Interview
3/7/2014- Talking Books Blog– Review
Summation of the Book:
Compassion, friendship, romance and love.
We have Syrinx the God of Chastity eluding the affections of Pan the God of Fertility. Pan is used to having maidens flocking in droves, has his sight set on Syrinx – the one that got away.
They both pose as mortals, each with their own agenda. Making friends along the way and making a life for themselves. Or so it seems.
Thoughts On The Book:
I wanted so much to like this book as the write up and synopsis sounded so interesting. I could see what the Author wanted to achieve with the story but I found it just didn’t quite get there for me. While Pan’s Conquest was an interesting read with some drama, tension and some humorous elements and it had likeable characters that grow and develop somewhat through the story, the book was a much shorter read and leaves the reader wanting more. The story heightened towards the end of the book then ended so abruptly, leaving the reader wondering if there is another book to make it a series, therefore adding more story? For that reason I couldn’t give it more than a three star rating.
*ARC received from Publisher for an honest review.