Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Review: Gargoyle (Woodland Creek) by Scarlett Dawn


A shifter made of stone. And wings.
A human bent on free love. And drunk.
A joke could be made with those two lines.

But the town of Woodland Creek, it's no laughing matter. Hostile and magical residents guard their secrets. It's too easy to be found out.

When Isaac Stone first meets Kennedy Kirk, he's tempted to shove her off the clock tower. After all, she is gripping his private parts to lean over and see his town. One little push is all it would take...

Isaac never anticipated he'd be the one to fall.


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Reading the first scene, I laughed quiet a few times then the whole story line as well. I loved some sense of humor in stories. Kennedy was quiet a character with her previous character but that all changed on the night she fell of the tower drunk and saved by a wizard which frankly opened her eyes to see what's really happening in her reality.

Isaac reminded me of someone but I still love him anyway. It was very funny the first time he saw Kennedy without realizing who she was especially when Kennedy admitted about that night. You could hear a pin drop. His family was really interesting and the scenes with the mother was just hilarious.

This does not only center with the romance aspect but also the sort of prophecy about Kennedy and Isaac and for them to save the other paranormals of Woodland Creek from a certain evil.

The other characters were interesting too, which I was hoping they could have their own story.

I received an arc from the author in exchange for an honest review.

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author and award-winner, Scarlett Dawn is the author of the Forever Evermore new adult fantasy series, the Mark new adult science fiction saga, and the Lion Security contemporary series.

She lives in the Midwest, adores her music loud, and demands her fries covered in melted cheese.