Set in Stone [NOOK Book]

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Gregore Trenowyth is only days away from turning to stone forever. Desperate to find the cure to his curse, he will stop at nothing to be fully human again; including seducing the one woman who may hold the key to his salvation. But with a magic-wielding madman after them, can Gregore keep her safe long enough to convince her to help? Or will all be lost when evil prevails?

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Set in Stone

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Overview

Gregore Trenowyth is only days away from turning to stone forever. Desperate to find the cure to his curse, he will stop at nothing to be fully human again; including seducing the one woman who may hold the key to his salvation. But with a magic-wielding madman after them, can Gregore keep her safe long enough to convince her to help? Or will all be lost when evil prevails?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045304924
  • Publisher: Aurrora St. James
  • Publication date: 9/23/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 476,342
  • File size: 432 KB

Meet the Author

Aurrora has loved ghosts, graveyards, curses, gypsies, magic, vampires, and haunted houses for as long as she can remember. Not to mention archaeology, pirates, lost treasure, lost lands, and pretty much anything paranormal.As she got older, she started reading her mom’s romance novels and developed a love for the happily ever after they promised, sexy heroes and the heroines who always got into too much trouble. Soon all of her daydreams centered around a boy, a girl, and an adventure. From there it was only natural to write those daydreams down and watch the stories unfold. Now she loves to incorporate all that magic and mayhem into a story where love can overcome anything.She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with her wonderful husband and co-dependent dog.Aurrora loves to hear from her readers. To contact Aurrora or to find out about upcoming works, please visit aurrorastjames.com
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  • Posted September 21, 2013

    A wonderful story! It was exciting right from the start and neve

    A wonderful story! It was exciting right from the start and never stopped! The use of the gypsy magic was very interesting. Tara was a great, strong character, and Gregore was a great match for her. I really liked the idea of him being a gargoyle during the day. It was a new kind of paranormal for me, and I loved it! The other characters were great as well! Jeffrey and Thomas seem like a lot of fun! It was very easy to envision the group of three friends joking around with each other. I also liked how each one had a different curse, and each curse was something I haven't read in a ton of other books. Maddy was so funny, and very easy to envision too. Overall, Set In Stone was awesome! It was different, and I can't wait to read more of these characters! 

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  • Posted August 28, 2013

    **I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest revi


    **I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**
    Set in Stone is a great start to this series. Gypsy magic and curses have always intrigued me so I was definitely anxious to read about it, and it did not disappoint in the least. Gregore, and his two best friends, were wrongfully cursed for the death of his beloved Zola by her crazy grandmother. After a century and a half of searching for any connection to the gypsy and a way to break his curse, it is mercilessly torn from him. And the only way he can get it back is with the help of the beautiful Detective O'Reily, which coincidentally is also the target of the crazy wizard who stole the spell book in the first place. Gregore carries the guilt of not only of his curse, but his two best friends, who just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Tara is kind of in a similar of state of mind, she has carried around her own guilt about an incident in her past as well. Since fate has brought them together, they both work on their issues, even though trust doesn't come easily to either of them. As time runs out, they find that trust and fall for one another, but do they make it in time? 
    I really enjoyed this book, it was an amazing story about righting wrongs and forgiveness as well as a fast paced thriller with action and mystery. The only thing that threw me off a bit was that we didn't find out about the crazy wizard's reason for his vendetta until the end, so it kind of had me wondering the whole time. But I guess that is the whole point to the crazy character, keep me guessing the whole time, lol. 
    Great read and I am definitely looking forward to Thomas and Jeffery. 

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