Thrilled to be spending her summer interning at the world’s largest erotic library, Serendipity Jones feels it cannot get any better than sun, sand, and the beautiful castle the library is housed in. Within days of her arrival, strange things begin to occur that only she knows of. Erotic sounds come from within the library when nobody else is around, the books won't open, and a strange man seems to be plaguing her steps.
At first annoyed by the imposing taciturn man, she finds herself attracted and quickly falls in love with Joshuan even though he is meant for another. On a quest to find the woman foretold in a prophecy from his world, he is at first annoyed at Seri who keeps getting in his way before coming to enjoy her company and falling in love with her. But their short love affair must come to an end. For the woman foretold will be found as the sun goes silent and the solar eclipse comes quickly.
The Markham Library series is about a private library belonging to the Markham family. Within this library the heroine or hero of each novella/novel finds her or himself thrust into the storyline of one of the novels it contains.
About the Author
Thianna D. is a writer by day and supernova by night. Or at least that’s what the faeries tell her. And who is she to deny those pesky *cough* lovely little creatures? She lives in the Pacific Northwest, though her heart belongs elsewhere. In the meantime, until she can return to the place she calls home, she happily lives in a city that still thinks it’s a small town. Thankfully, it has given her muse lots of amusing places to start a story. She is the M/F Romance with a hint of spice side of A Thia Thing.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My first exposure to Thianna D.’s writing was via the Corbin’s Bend series and have since read several of her books in the Domestic Discipline genre and loved them all. As such, I was excited to delve into a purely erotic book to find out how well I enjoyed her non-DD writings. I gotta say that I freaking LOVED Eclipse of Her Heart. Somehow she managed to crawl inside my brain, pull out my fantasy, and turn it into a book that sucked me in. Admittedly, I’m sure I’m not the only book nerd that would love to find herself living out her favorite book, complete with the possessive yet loving alpha male. But Thianna D. takes it one step farther and reaches out to the little girl within who grew up on fairy tales, waiting for her prince to come and sweep her off her feet. Alpha male lover + becoming queen + hot sex + living happily ever after = Eclipse of Her Heart Is it any wonder that I loved this book? This is one of those books that it doesn’t matter that you know that Serendipity (great name by the way) is going to get her happily ever after, because it is the journey she takes from the first page to the last that makes this a truly enjoyable read. I should note that Eclipse of Her Heart can be read as a standalone as the characters from book one are mentioned in passing and play no part in this installment. I haven’t yet read the first book in the Markham Library series, Through the Library Door, but I will be rectifying that soon as I look forward to reading Landria’s story. As much as I enjoy the Corbin’s Bend series, I do hope that the Markham Library muse decides to take up residence in Thianna D.’s writing room soon because I would really like to learn more about Geoffery and see him find his happy ending. I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!
I think that while I enjoyed this book, the first book in the series was a bit better than this one. There’s nothing about this book that really has the ability to stand out for me and say that there was just something missing from this one. I think that even though I do realize that the book is fiction, it kinda pushed the boundaries of my imagination too much. I did enjoy how this one was so different from the other book in the series though. Both books were complete opposites of each other, but they still had the same premise behind them. The characters in this book were very likeable, and very hateable depending on the situation. I liked how there was so much happening in the story that it kept my attention going until the very end. And even after that, I wanted to know more about the characters that were mentioned in the story. And I’m still waiting to find out how the Library was created! I am looking forward to the next book in the series to be released, because I have high hopes that it will be an amazing read! *Copy provided for review* Reviewed by Crystal Marie for Crystal’s Many Reviewers