Monday, February 14, 2022

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Magpie's Song (Birds of a Feather) by Rhea Watson & Evie Kent


Pretty Magpies please their master.
Pretty Magpies never fly faster.

Pretty Magpies have no choice.
Pretty Magpies have no voice.

Pretty Magpies bow and submit—or pretty magpies get the whip.

One fateful night, a flock from the Magpie Order is summoned to a supernatural prison to calm the most violent offenders by any means necessary.

When imprisoned leviathan alphas Cato, Aedan, and Geralt meet their magpie, a beautiful but naïve human, her song calls to them unlike any other.

With her, their world stops. No more apocalypse. No more doom. All that matters now is claiming and marking their new mate…

And then rescuing this pretty magpie from an order that will use her until she drops.

Magpie’s Song is a short standalone smutvella in the Birds of a Feather universe. The series features darker romance elements and may not be for every reader. Please heed the warnings listed at the front of each book.

Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Magpie's Song is a terrific combination of sexy, dark, twisted, and surprising. I always expect to like anything I read by any of this author's pen names, so it was no surprise that I loved these characters and the world created for them. What's surprising is that she created all this in so few pages. Seriously, less than 100 pages, maybe an hour's read time, yet it feels like a novel. Granted, there would be more detail in a novel, but I still had a good picture in my head of this supernatural prison and the encounter between 3 Leviathans and a Magpie. We get a chapter in each character's point of view, and it's deliciously dark and sexy as these Leviathans realize they've found their mate. Things even take a turn that's a different kind of dark, one that I didn't see coming - and it moved this sexy "smutvella" up another notch in my opinion. I don't know what's next for this series, but I can't wait to see where it goes from here. 

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