Saturday 7 January 2012

Quick Review: Two Weddings (and One Near Funeral) - Moira Rogers

A free Southern Arcana story set between Deadlock and Cipher.

In this short story set between books three & four of the Southern Arcana series, you get two weddings for the price of one. Find out how Mackenzie and Jackson ended up enjoying a honeymoon in Vegas--and how bad Alec and Carmen's wedding had to be to drive them there.

This story is provided as a free read for fans of the series, and may contain spoilers for books 1-3 of the Southern Arcana series, and confusion for anyone not familiar with the characters involved. Read with caution!

This story can be downloaded for free on Moira Rogers' website click here for more details

Southern Arcana Series:
A Peyton Family Christmas (free short story on Moira Rogers' website)
Zola's Pride (free short story on Moira Rogers' website)
Two Weddings (and One Near Funeral) (free short story on Moira Rogers' website)

Visit Moira Rogers' website for more information

Two Weddings (and One Near Funeral) is a free short story that is set between the 3rd and 4th books in the Southern Arcana series (Deadlock & Cipher).  The story does contain spoilers for previous books in the series so I would recommend reading as far as Deadlock before picking it up.

We get to see the madness that are the preparations for Carmen and Alec's wedding and just how much the idea of a big society wedding scares the life out of Mackenzie.  I love getting to revisit couples after their books so we can see how they are doing now they've got their happy ending and this was no exception.  Two Weddings (and One Near Funeral) is a cute, fun read that is perfect for when you only have a few minutes spare and it made me immediately want to get started on Cipher

The Southern Arcana series is one of my favourites and I really think that the little extras Moira Rogers offer their fans just add to the reading experience.  If you're a fan of the series you'll definitely enjoy this quick read and if you haven't started it yet I'd highly recommend picking up a copy of Crux.

Source: Downloaded for free from Moira Rogers' website

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