Goldenseal by Gill McKnight is a fun supernatural romance with a mystery twist. Amy returns to her childhood home, Little Dip, to finish the. When Amy Fortune returns to her childhood home, she discovers something sinister in the airbut is former lover Leone Garoul stalking her or. Goldenseal (Garoul, book 1) by Gill McKnight – book cover, description, publication history.
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Why does she still dog Amy’s every move? I wonder if that specific point that was made by describing those scenes could have been achieved in any other way, without leaving the impression of abused forgiving abuser for what she did and live happily ever after. Sep 16, T rated it it was amazing Shelves: Fortunately, things get better and the intriguing mystery and suspense is enough to save the book.
This book is actually one of the better supernatural lesbian romances out there. One of the sex scenes is extremely hot, maybe one of the hottest I’ve ever read. At least not without a lot of blood, sweat, and tears behind the scenes where the Soul Selector spins her magical trickery. Suspects the Garouls are lying when they go hunting without guns and explain a dead deer off as being hit by one of their trucks when the only damage it has is its throat ripped out, and she lets it go.
Leone even redeemed herself by the ending too. Creepy librarian showing up at her hut, which is in the middle of nowhere?
Leone, stop bothering me! Mack rated it it was amazing. I read this book after Ambereye. She sees trees ripped to shreds, and lets it go.
Beauty and the Boss. Some of them seemed a little confusing, but maybe that’s just a byproduct of me screaming, “Werewolves! Return to Book Page.
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Look at the c This book started off kind of slow, but picked up pace quite nicely. It’s fantasy, which really isn’t my thing a lot of the time, but I’m learning that there are only certain elements of fantasy I don’t like, mcknigbt elves, for some reason gil,and this book didn’t vill them. There’s something sinister in the woods. Amy Fortune and Leone Garoul were teenage lovers.
They really are something else. It’s scary letting pe In Goldenseal, the world of Little Dip, and the Garoul family that preserve it, is well enough drawn to have you believing in werewolves almost. It starts with Amy Fortune returning to the mcknightt compound she spent her childhood holidays with her aunt Connie. I loved this book, the first in Gill’s werewolf series. Rereading with the Mostly Lesfic group! Its been in my reading queue forever. So, transporting writing, good handling of romance, horror, mystery and suspense, engaging leads with great chemistry, definitely pick it up.
Aphrodite and all the other gods need this purest love of all. Despite I enjoyed the rest of the book, it is a romance novel, right? I really liked Ambereye which is almost all romance, with the main character Jolie really amusing, so nervous and sweet.
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Now, years later, Amy returns to Little Dip, the Garoul home valley, to help her aunt finish a botanical project. To ask other readers questions about Goldensealplease sign gy. The reason why is–In the first few chapters of the book, the lead character is annoying as hell.
Now, years later, Amy returns to Little Dip, the Garoul home valley to help her aunt finish a botanical project. You submitted the following rating and review. Leone is kind of childish, or maybe childlike is the better description, when we first get to know her, but by the end I felt for her and understood how her life had left her that way and more importantly, saw how she was getting better and believed it.
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Amy and Leone were adorable in their tug of war about admitting they still loved each other. I felt like Leone was acting childish when trying to woo Amy. Loved the direction the book went and how the story unfolded, great characters, and good handeling of backstory without pulling the reader out of the current tale.
This is one of the first romance thrillers I’ve read that actually scared me at points. As for the sex scenes that some other reviewers mentioned felt a little rape-y Do not miss it!
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