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  • By Wise Young on March 27, 2016

    The Empress of Storms is not for pre-teens and only for mature teens because of its sex scenes but it is a great book, the product of a great story teller, who keeps her cards close to the vest and tells a story the way it should be told, with great verve and passion. The latter was of course the surprising part. I had not read any of Nicola Cameron's other books, which have been labelled high fantasy erotic romantic novels. The picture on the front is of a woman, instead of muscle bound men. The story is about Danae, a young queen who had come to Ypres to marry Mathias the King, in liu of his son Lukas who had disappeared for three years already for unknown reasons, after the death of his mother Hanne. She was young but disciplined, committed by treaty to marry into the royal family of Ypres, originally to Lukas but now to Mathias in Lukas' absence. In her private thoughts, she wondered about Mathias. Even as a young girl, she had fantasies about him. Mathias, on the other hand, is still grieving over the loss of Hanne. Danae knew that she may not measure up to a dead wife but hoped that her new husband to be would be at least kind. The story went from there to an exciting adventure to find Lukas, a love story that is realistic and remarkable, full of surprises, and well tied together in a memorable action and romance book. The story turns in very unexpected but well prepared ways that make sense. All the loose strings were tied together in the end. This book was written to begin and end in one volume. The writing is quite good. The vocabulary was complex and appropriate, with relatively few grammatical and spelling errors, a sign of good editing. The characters were real with witty and compelling dialogue, written in the third person. The sex scenes were inventive, sensual, and healthy. I recommend this book highly and am looking forward to more of the same genre and direction from this author.

  • By Eppy on November 29, 2015

    Nicola Cameron usually writes from a bridge between SciFi and modern-day-parallel-to-fantasy-realms-that-bleed-over to the knowledge of a select few. This is her first (I would say successful) dalliance into High Fantasy which is marked by the idea that everyone knows-of and has-seen magical/fantastical things and more-often-than-not regards them as a bit of a pain-in-the-butt that will make them late or miss dinner or maybe try to kill them. It is branded as Erotic Romance but really I read that as "writing a bit steamier than you'd find in most High Fantasy books with a bit clearer focus on what happens in the bedroom (and bath, and yurt, and ship berth, and... There is, of course, a lot of passion and the characters do have motivation to travel).The same attention to deliciously complex characters that delights in Nicola's other novels carries forth with this book. I find myself bonding with the characters and wanting to learn more about the world and everyone in them. I also look forward to seeing how they deal with various magical energies so they only cause a fuss in the lives of those prepared to deal with it. I also hope this becomes a series just so I can see more of the world and the people Danae and Matthias meet.

  • By CDRS on December 5, 2015

    Nicola Cameron does it again! Empress of Storms by far is my favorite Nicola Cameron book. (I loved her "Grading the Curve" and "Olympic Cove" series). I enjoy her writing style and character development. Nicola's quick wit, balanced scenes, interesting characterizations, and craft of story-telling, make this novel a sure hit for those who love a good fantasy romance. I found myself enveloped in the lives of King Matthias and his new bride that I didn't want to do anything else but read!

  • By Night Owl Romance Books on December 10, 2015

    5 / 5 Stars / Top PickReview by: KyraninseFlawless and stunning - Empress of Storms has put Nicola M. Cameron on my must-read list.I'll admit, this story has many of my favorite elements: royal marriage of convenience, unrequited love that ends up being ...well, requited, politics, magic, and enough heat to steam up the room. However, Cameron ties it all together with wit, humor, a supporting cast that just won't quit, and a pair of main characters I can really get behind.Danae is wonderful - she's strong, good at what she does (being queen), but she's also not afraid to be loving and vulnerable. She never fell into the "too strong to be intelligent" trap and almost always acted with grace.As for Matthias, I'm never sure about older men, especially the ones who are still heartbroken over their dead wives, but Cameron managed to put a spin on the situation which both made his persistent heartbreak make sense, but also didn't detract from his love for his previous queen. None of that "well, I didn't truly love her after all even though I've been moping for the last however long".Add in a fascinating world with intriguing magical elements and I'm hooked. I can't wait to see if there's a sequel for Empress of Storms (c'mon, we can't stop here).Disclosure: courtesy copy from the publisher/author for an honest review.

  • By jam on April 10, 2016

    I wouldn't say this is one of my favourites but it was a good story it was fast pace, lots of sex which did take up a lot of space in the book but had a good ending,

  • By Aj on May 21, 2016

    This was a good book. A little rough to get into the story line, a great plot but twists that I didn't really like.

  • By Julia Petrovich on May 1, 2016

    Great characters. Great plot! Amazing story! I loved it!

  • By Guest on November 1, 2016

    I finished this book in a day, and enjoyed every page. Cameron's style flows and I envy the easy way she creates a world you can step into from the first sentence. There's a love story, a mystery, magic powers and plenty of court intrigue coming together in the story of Danae and Matthias. I particularly appreciated the strong (yet vulnerable) female protagonist, and her struggle both with her own issues, and those of the diplomatic situations she must deal with. And the erotica adds heat while maintaining the tender intimacy of a loving relationship. I'm looking forward to the sequel and hope there are more books coming in this potential series!

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