My Familiar Stranger (Knights of the Black Swan: Book 1) by Victoria Danann

My Familiar Stranger (Knights of Black Swan, #1)

Where you can find My Familiar Stranger: Amazon

Publisher: dba 7th House Publishing, Imprint of Andromeda LLC

Date of publication: April 25th, 2012

Genre: Paranormal, Romance, Erotica

Series: Knights of the Black Swan

My Familiar Stranger—Book 1

The Witch’s Dream—Book 2

A Summoner’s Tale: The Vampire’s Confessor—Book 3

Moonlight: The Big Bad Wolf—Book 4

Gathering Storm—Book 5

A Tale of Two Kingdoms—Books 6

Solomon’s Sieve—Book 7

Vampire Hunter—Book 8

Carnal: The Beast Who Loved Me—Book 8.5

Journey Man—Book 9

Falcon—Book 10

Jax—Book 11

The Demon Deliverance—Book 12

Black Dog: A Christmas Story—Book 12.5

The Music Demon—Book 13

Goodreads synopsis:

WHAT IF YOU SUDDENLY LOST EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE YOU KNEW? In a matter of minutes, Elora Laiken lost everything familiar. She escaped assassination by being forced into an experimental device that left her broken, physically and emotionally, in another world. She woke up to find modern-day knights, elves, vampires, werewolves, witches, demons and fae. This is the story of how they became her allies, friends, and family. 

My review:

What I liked about My Familiar Stranger:

*Loved, loved, loved the story. Once all the background stuff was done, the story took off. Elora has become one of my favorite fictional characters.

* The love story between Ram and Elora. It was one of the major reasons why I kept on reading. You never knew what was going to happen to them.

*Ram’s language. Great Paddy’s Green Ballsack is going to stick with me, always. I laughed so hard that I almost woke up my 6 1/2 month old.

* The big twist. It took me by surprise and that is hard to do.

What I disliked about My Familiar Stranger :

*Storm.  At some point in the book, he started acting like an ass hurt little kid who has had his favorite toy taken away. Was not very flattering on him

*Only had one bitch about this book

**I voluntarily reviewed this book**

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I love to read. My favorite genres women's fiction, romance (including erotica), psychological thrillers, fantasy, and young adult. I also enjoy steampunk, dystopian, LGBTQIA, and paranormal. I am also a busy mom of 3 kids.

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