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Paranormal Romance / Contemporary Fantasy Romance


   

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“I want to be a part of Kira and Zac’s world, and couldn’t stop reading their story.”

— LibraryNerdette, Shannon Terril, Librarian, for Ironclad Devotion, Winner of the 2015 National Readers’ Choice Award

“Shows Ms. Gold’s vast imagination and talent at a whole new level.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Stone-Cold Heart

“The plot is fast-paced and reads as much like an adventure UF as a romance.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Treasured Claim

“This book was a wonderful original. I will buy the rest of the series.”

— NetGalley Reviewer for Pure Sacrifice

“Grabbed me at the first sentence and didn’t let go until the end of the final word.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Unintended Guardian

“Not at all what I was expecting, it was better. The chemistry between Alex and Elaina was beautifully written.”

— Lovers of Paranormal, Maria D., Reviewer for Treasured Claim

“I don’t typically read romance, but I sped through the entire book in one night.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Ironclad Devotion, Winner of the 2015 National Readers’ Choice Award

“So many paranormals have the same old story, but this was so unique!”

— Amazon Reviewer for Stone-Cold Heart

“The characters, setting and world-building meshed to create a fascinating read.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Pure Sacrifice

“It’s hard to find a very short story that satisfies all the things you want in a story, but this one does.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Unintended Guardian

“Excellent writing—check. Steamy love scenes—check. Want to find out what happens next—check.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Stone-Cold Heart

“Her characters…speak and act with deep emotion that jumps from the page, snares you and doesn’t let go.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Ironclad Devotion, Winner of the 2015 National Readers’ Choice Award

“A completely fresh approach. The hero Alex felt like a breath of fresh air.”

— NetGalley Review for Treasured Claim

“I applaud this author for the creative risk she took and she should know that her risks paid off in full.”

— Black Butterfly Review for Pure Sacrifice

“Beautifully written, with characters so amazing I was left wanting more.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Unintended Guardian

“If you like your female leads feisty, this is the book for you.”

— Book of the Moment Club for Treasured Claim

“The worldbuilding is almost unstoppable in how vivid it is.”

— LibraryNerdette, Shannon Terril, Librarian, for Ironclad Devotion, Winner of the 2015 National Readers’ Choice Award

“The characters in this book, especially Raquel, drew me in and kept me turning the pages.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Stone-Cold Heart

“If you’re interested in mythical creatures, you’ll definitely want to check out the latest by Jami Gold.”

— Amazon Reviewer for Pure Sacrifice

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