Monday, January 11, 2016

Review - ‘Rejoice: A Burden’ by Elizabeth Inglee-Richards


It’s the last game before Christmas and Arttu, forward for the Nor’easter ice hockey team, is having a hard time with his asthma. When his fiance iskidnapped from the teams Christmas party by Nuuttipukki, a Holiday spirit trying to punish her for using magic on people without consent, will he be able to save her, or will Nuuttipukki drag her to hell?


Arttu is a werewolf with asthma and he’s part of a supernatural ice hockey team. Branna is a witch with a hypnotic voice who sings in an all-male Celtic band. They’re engaged and living together. He’s completely in love with Branna and a little possessive of her which totally curled my toes. I love how he calls her ‘My Anna’ all the time. When a dark Christmas spirits kidnaps Branna since she uses her voice to compel people, Arttu most use every trick up his sleeve to save her and the connection between them deepens more than he thought possible.
This novella is written in first person from Arttu’s POV. There’s a lot of interesting characters I’d like to read more about. The ending surprised me and I’m always happy when a book can do that.
5 Stars

Disclaimer – Thank you, Elizabeth Inglee-Richards, for sending me an ebook copy for an honest review. I am a reader. I am not paid or compensated in any way, shape or form for this review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion. 

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