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Ilona the Hun

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A hisorical/paranormal romance
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Interesting new paranormal/historical romance book

  • Apr 11, 2011

Erika Szabo has managed to create a captivating story which centers around Ilona, descendant of the True Hun tribe. She had been kept in the dark about her birthright and the possibilities of being a Hun. She comes to unimaginable powers, healing with a touch is but one of them. Ilona's journey of discovering and learning to use her gifts while her life is in danger is exciting, also dealing with the emotions and problems of being a single woman who is torn between two men. One, Bela, has been her friend and love since they were kids while the other one, Zoltan, appears to have been pulled straight from her dreams. This book also shows how matchmaking can prove to be troublesome. Now she has to deal with her feelings for them as well as learning to use her new powers while fighting unseen evil force to save the future of the Huns.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a little magic with their romance.
Interesting new paranormal/historical romance book

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April 11, 2011
Sounds like a fascinating paranormal read! I just read a good one myself by Keta. I'm drafting a review of it. The novel's called "Where the Rain Is Made." Look forward to more fun reviews written by you!
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