Marks of the Mazza: Reversed Harem (Mazza Series book 1) by Blake Blesssing – Review by Gail Guerrero
Marks of the Mazza by Blake Blessing
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Marks of the Mazza:Reversed Harem (Mazza Series Book 1) by Blake Blessing
This story wasn’t what I expected. This is both a good and bad thing. I thought the story was going to have more meaning and be about a girl coming into who she was meant to be. Instead you get a girl trying to navigate 4 relationships and possibly help stop a crazy villain. The story was bad it just lacked a goal. I didn’t really get the point of it. On another note I liked the start of Sage’s and Isolde. He was so standoffish and weary. She disliked him but was draw to him. He came from a troubled past and she did as well. I felt that once they get past that awkward moment they would be perfect. I don’t understand why people need multiple partners. On a good day I can hardly handle one. But to each their own. This is my first book by this author. Though I wasn’t overly impressed I will be reading the next story because you never know how it will change. Plus I need to know what happens with Sage. I also liked Rand because he kept it real with her from day one.
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