Review of A Hidden Magic

Dawn over at Love Romances and More posted a great review of A Hidden Magic:

A HIDDEN MAGIC is a story that sucked me in from the beginning. I love fantasy books and this had everything I enjoy-devious elves, goblins, magic and more all wrapped up with a bow. I loved the writing in A HIDDEN MAGIC. It had a fast paced storyline, simmering sexual tension and characters that really intrigued me. Ms. Benedetti is a new to me author and one I plan to read more of in the future.

Meet Paul MacAllister, a sentinel who is trying to figure out why the fey are making more excursions into the mortal world and what the local elven king is up to because his gut is telling him it isn’t pretty. Rory Ellison thinks he is nuts and when he is caught in a goblin attack, he finds himself in disbelief when Paul and his fellow sentinels come to rescue him then turn around and tell him he isn’t nuts at all. The things he was told that he saw are actually real and if Rory wants to stay alive, then he needs to trust Paul and his friends to keep him safe because the alternative is something far worse-death. I loved Paul, his fellow sentinels and Rory. Lots of laughter, smart comments and action keep the story flowing smoothly. I enjoyed how Paul and Rory danced around their attraction while fighting the bad guys. It made me sigh at times while rooting for them to finally give into their desires. The secondary characters kept the story flowing smoothly and I found some light hearted moments that had me laughing at times.

A HIDDEN MAGIC is one action packed ride that will leave you eager for more. I enjoyed the way this author created her world building and hope to see more of the Sentinels in the future. If you enjoy a manlove fantasy romance that is full of action, adventure and more within its pages, then grab A HIDDEN MAGIC and settle in for a wild ride.

This is an excellent review; I’m glad Dawn enjoyed the book. 😀


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Angela Benedetti lives in Seattle with her husband and a few thousand books. She loves romance for the happy endings, for the affirmation that everyone who's willing to fight for love deserves to get it and be happy with someone. She's best known for her Sentinel series of novels, the most recent of which is Captive Magic.

2 thoughts on “Review of A Hidden Magic”

  1. 🙂 Glad you enjoyed the review Angela. I loved Hidden Magic. Hope to see more Sentinel stories in the future.

  2. Dawn — thanks again! There’s a short story out that’s a direct sequel to it; “Unfinished Business” picks up with Cal and Aubrey, and that lesson with the rainbow colored ass’s ears Cal left undone when they all charged off to rescue Rory. 🙂 And I’m working on the next novel, which is more about Paul and Rory.


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