Review of the Falcon and the Jackal and preview of “Diego” by Angel Martinez

A fantastic author, Angel Martinez, has reviewed my novel The Falcon and the Jackal and had me over as a guest on her blog.

Go here for the review on Goodreads. Angel is very honest and I will take both the praise and the criticism – she is right in all she says. There will be a sequel – it has been simmering in my head for quite some time now. The ending is a cliff hanger, leading to the next book.

Excerpt: “Caught in this perpetual war between the gods are James and Silver, the young avatars of Horus ans Seth. Just coming into their powers, just finding out what the heck they’re embroiled in, it’s a poignant and frightening journey for them as they navigate the rocky waters of this forever conflict and their growing love for each other. Trust issues abound – but our boys are stubborn, never fear. […] With characters who will steal your heart, sex that will singe your curtains, and a plot that twists and turns in delightful ways, this is a paranormal/urban fantasy not to be missed.”

And the blog post is here. In it I talk of the reads that led me to write this story.

Coming up next week: I will review author Angel Martinez’s wonderful new novel “Diego”!

In a world where the Faerie is real, firmly grounded in Celtic myth and lore, a lovely Pookah, Finn, is saved by Diego, a modern-day shaman and reincarnation of Finn’s eternal love, Taliesin. Caught in a web of magic and Fae politics, the two men struggle to be together again.

This is the second novel of the series. The first one, FINN, is lovely and I will tell you about it too.

Here is the cover – and let me tell you, the cover is hot, but the story is even better. I’ll tell you more about it soon!

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3 thoughts on “Review of the Falcon and the Jackal and preview of “Diego” by Angel Martinez

  1. Nice review from Angel Martinez. The last line that you quoted above is a great one. Maybe you want to put it on the back jacket of the next in the sequel. Who can turn down “characters that win your heart, sex that singes the curtains, and a plot that twists and turns in delightful ways.” Wow.

    Congrats. Maria

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