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Posted July 25, 2014
Blaine considers herself the unluckiest human in the world. Anytime anything good happens, something worse follows right behind. The night her world fell apart beneath the claws of a Yazaron, she sees Hayze and speaks the words which reveal her as his soulmate. Unfortunately for Hayze, the Anubi are only given three days in which to win their soulmate and Blaine spent those unconscious in the ICU. Now they’re both on the way to Wiccan Haus – Blaine because she ‘won’ a trip there and Hayze to watch over her before he ceases to exist. As Blaine doesn’t want anything to do with Hayze, he doesn’t want to press the issue, plus he thinks it’s too late now.
UNVEIL MY HEART is a superb addition to the Wiccan Haus series, especially for a new author to the series. Hayze is a noble, yet frustrating, Anubi willing to respect the wishes of his soulmate and not interfere in her life. All he wants is for her to be happy, even if the cost is his own life. Blaine finds herself drawn to Hayze, even though she fears him and his association to the night her life changed forever. I liked Blaine and could understand her feelings of wariness about something good in her life turning bad. The author didn’t make the initial interactions between Hayze and Blaine easy and I applaud the decision heartily. Yet, when Blaine and Hayze do connect, it is magical to say the very least. UNVEIL MY HEART has well-developed characters (new to Wiccan Haus) and stays true to the recurring characters. A definite must-read for fans of this series!
Posted April 25, 2013
I think Nya has forged new ground for me. What are the Anubi? Got it! – Check. And who or what are Yazaron? Now I have an idea – Check. Ms. Rayne actually made Wiccan Haus seem even more refreshing and new. Now that is an amazing feat, because it is already pretty darn great.
Blaine could likely be the most unlucky person. She is so unlucky that she believes that if anything ever good happens, something even worse is coming and sadly; she would be right. She has lost everything, not once but twice. Now she is trying to heal and she unexpectedly has “won” a trip to Wiccan Haus. Even though she knows nothing good will come from accepting the trip; what does she have to lose? Everything is already gone.
On the night Blaine lost everything, Hayze found something he thought he would never find; his mate. Now with only three days to claim her, she is in no condition to accept him. His fate has been sealed. Months later he is taking one last chance to be with her on the island. Even though she wants nothing to do with him, he just wants to be near her before all is lost forever. He doesn’t want her to hurt anymore, so he is giving everything up for her.
Reading how these two found each other was wonderful. At times I wanted to just smack Blaine for being such a cruel wench, but if you looked past her pain you could almost understand it. At times I also was inclined to smack Hayze around a bit too. With his warrior heart, he should have fought harder, but he likely didn’t expect much after so much time had passed. After the fog lifted and all was said and done, their mating was intense and very unique. Great job Ms. Rayne!
Unveil My Heart is an exceptional addition to the series and Ms. Rayne did a fabulous job. This is yet another treasure to be included in the Wiccan Haus world.
Posted January 7, 2013
I am a serious Wiccan Haus addict. The idea of an adult paranormal "fantasy island" type world is genius. I read each of these as soon as I can get my hands on them. They just make my day happy. I was a little concerned, however, about this one. I was afraid that it might be a bit too intense because of the ICU/certain death component. I actually waited almost two weeks before I read it and that never happens. I was such the fool. Of course being part of this shared world it was not a downer and it most certainly had an HEA. Why oh why do I over think things?
This is the first I have read by this author and the first she has written for this series. It was clear from the get go, that she not only understands the Wiccan Haus vision, but is also a fan. She not only knew the background of the residence of Wiccan Haus, but she understood their characters. It was great to see her bringing in a long time friend of Rycus. That connection made for some interesting interactions which let me see some characters in a different light. As for the main story arc, it was fun, a bit different, and had an element of the unexpected. Add to that two likable, yet broken characters, and it was such an enjoyable read. I really hope Nya plans to write some more for Wiccan Hause.