Sunday, July 5, 2015

Through the Library Door by Thianna D.

Through the Library Door (Markham Library, #1)Through the Library Door by Thianna D.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I absolutely loved it! I actually read book two in the Markham Library series first and was taken back to the fanciful notions of my childhood when I wished I could enter my favorite books. Having Thianna D. give “life” to my childhood notions and turn them into adult fantasies with her talent for writing erotica pretty much insured that Eclipse of Her Heart would become a favorite of mine. So when the opportunity came up to review Through the Library Door I couldn’t say yes fast enough. I am pleased to report that I was not disappointed one teeny tiny bit.

Having read book two first I was already aware of how Through the Library Door ended. But this mattered not because ultimately I am in the read for the journey and what a journey Landria’s story proved to be. Her first encounter with the magic of the library was quite horrific and I really did not see how she was going to survive the night unsullied. Even knowing that the events are playing out in a book within a book, I was still surprised with how fortuitous Lord Waring’s arrival was because until the moment he entered the scene it did not seem likely that Landria’s hero-to-be would save her. But that was not as surprising as her disappearing act – even having read book two already I was surprised by just how much magic the library seems to hold. Because it’s in the blurb I’m not spoiling anything by saying that Lord Waring’s entry into Landria’s world was when the real fun began. I enjoyed the ways in which he learned how their world’s differed (even if he didn’t believe he was a fictional character), with the discovery of the joys of showering being one of my favorites. Obviously learning that sexual attitudes differed greatly led to some very erotic scenes, especially when they discovered that Landria had similar sexual proclivities. HOT!

I think the aspect of the book that surprised me most was Geoffery’s involvement in the storyline and in helping Landria. I had forgotten a fact about Geoffery that I had learned in Eclipse of Her Heart and liked that I found out more about him in Through the Library Door – which of course makes me hope that the author has plans to release his book sooner rather than later. I appreciated that Geoffery’s circumstances gave him a unique understanding of what Landria was feeling after her separation from Lord Waring and his willingness to help insure her happiness surprised me. Although, his “dowry” for Landria was far more surprising…lol. Needless to say, I cannot wait to read Through the Library Door again as well as Eclipse of Her Heart and can only hope that I’ll be able to read straight through to the third book of the series (HINT! HINT!).

I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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