Editorial Review of Storm and Solace. Gulp.

Storm and Solace has been my pet project for upwards of five years, much like The Unintended, I wrote a few chapters and let it ruminate in my brain for a good long while (translate years). It was terrifying to submit this book for independent editorial review, but I’m glad I did.

Without further ado…

The Editorial Review of Storm and Solace

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Storm and Solace by Robin Woods is an engaging fantasy adventure bringing a modern feel to the fairytale genre. In a world of moral ambiguities, a fallen goddess looks to right wrongs on her own terms, but she just didn’t count on falling in love along the way.

An inventive retelling of Beauty and the Beast, this novel works entirely on its own terms, leaning towards the mythic quality of the original in a tale of battling immortals that draws on Norse mythology, but fans of the original will be delighted by Woods’ creative take on the classic fairytale.

This well-composed story enjoys a rapid pace without ever feeling rushed, which is sure to please fans of light fantasy, romance, and fairytales alike.” Self-Publishing Review, ★★★★

You can see the review live on the site here: https://www.selfpublishingreview.com/editorial-reviews/

Full cover of Storm and Solace
Full cover of Storm and Solace

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