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Discovering the Woodsman

3.33  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
In the beautiful and peaceable kingdom of Evgenia, it is rumored that mysterious creatures still survive long after the secrets of magic have been lost. Lady Heather Bloodstone’s headstrong nature impels her to discover whether the creatures known as Woodsmen truly exist outside of the fairy tales she adored as a child. When she meets Jasper—a handsome Woodsman with deep b ...more
Paperback, 218 pages
Published January 18th 2018 by Independently published
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Trish Butler
Feb 16, 2018 rated it liked it
Without the ‘adult’ scenes, this could be a Disney movie!

This sweet, romantic story is told with simple, almost childlike prose, that contradicts several mature scenes.

As with a Disney movie, there is a pure, intelligent young woman, Heather, who is fascinated by the stories her mother told to her when she was a child, of a creature called the “Woodsman”. Now grown, Heather enters the forest on the orders of her friend, the princess, to find out if the stories are true and hopefully gain a potio
Cheryl M-M
Feb 06, 2018 rated it liked it
One might presume, going by the cover that this is perhaps something other than what it is. The cover suggests middle-grade and younger readers, the blurb hints at more of a YA direction, however the content is more of a risqué nature and perhaps more suited for New Adult. It is filled with suggestive language and innuendos, for instance Woodsmen licking pink caves or rosy caverns, and there a few horizontal tango romps in the middle of the forest.

The blurb speaks of fairy-tales, mysterious crea
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Jan 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
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I've had a hard time reading this year and nothing seems to catch my interest and this proved to be another one of those tricky books for me. I agreed to review this book based solely on the fact it was a paranormal romance, I cant resist those books, however this was one of those few times where my head totally judged the book by its cover and then the blurb, neither of which appealed to me, and I was more than a little hesitant about actually picking it up. Once I picked it up though I found t ...more
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