Review: Labyrinth by Tarah Scott

This is the second book I am review by Tarah Scott.  Labyrinth, like My Highland Love before, is an exciting romance that draws you in and doesn’t let go.  Be sure you check out my review after reading the blurb about Labyrinth.

Labyrinth200x300 (1)Title: Labyrinth

Author: Tarah Scott

Genre: Historical Romance/Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Suspense, Erotic,

Publisher: Set

Ebook

Pages: 154

Book Description:

Yes, magic exists. Not the backwater voodoo witches practice where Mississippi Deputy Sheriff Margot Saulnier grew up. But the age-old black magic a woman weaves around a man that draws him under her spell. The kind Margot’s best friend used to kill her husband…and get away with it.

Margot chases her friend to Scotland, determined to prove her guilty of murder. No one will stop Margot. Not the SAS agent sent to watch her…and not the Scottish lord legend says murders his lovers when they cannot free him from the spell that has imprisoned him in Castle Morrison for three hundred years.

He’s just a legend.

And magick doesn’t exist.

Review: 

Labyrinth was a hard book to categorize.  It throws in history, romance, erotica, paranormal and suspense.  Yes, I kid you not you experience all of these.  From the very hot sex scenes to the highlands of Scotland to the mystery of a Highland Lord forever spelled into a painting to a handsome SAS agent trying to know the heroines socks off.  I really enjoyed the ride that Tarah Scott takes you on in this book.  Margot is an unforgettable heroine.  She is well written to include beauty, smarts and a touch of hard ass.  Her beauty draws in the many men in the book, but its her smarts that help her to survive the plots of her best friend.  Cat is also a well written, though predictable, villain.  The mix of magic and superstition adds a wonderful level to this book. I highly recommend Labyrinth.  Especially if you want your heart pounding not just from the suspense but from the very detailed and hot sex scenes.

I’d like to thank FMB book tours for letting me host this stop.  If you would like more information about Labyrinth be sure to stop by Barnes and Noble, Amazon or any other book retailer.

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About the Author:

An award winning author, Tarah Scott writes historical romance and romantic and paranormal suspense. She is published with Total E-Bound, Loose Id, The Wild Rose Press, and Etopia Press.

Born in New Mexico, Tarah grew up in the Southwest. Ten years ago, she relocated to Westchester County, New York, where she and her daughter reside in a lakeside community. Don’t be fooled by what sounds like a quiet life. The city that never sleeps is only an hour away, and this Texas girl and her New York bred daughter wouldn’t have it any other way.

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