Book Review: Koishi (Gatekeepers #1) by Annie Nicholas
If you’re looking for a quick fun, sexy read – look no further! Koishi is a paranormal romance full of goblins, dwarves, and dragons around every corner. You won’t be left wanting and will finish with a smile. It's really a must-read!
February 5, 2013
Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Annie Nicholas on stone dragons and earth magic
Please help me welcome Koishi author Annie Nicholas!
The Gatekeeper series revolves around the idea that a parallel world exists along ours called Outremer. Magic still thrives in this plain. The gates are where the two worlds rub against each other allowing anyone to cross. Keepers are there to prevent the worlds from spilling into each other.
The Takai gate is located within a volcano and not just anyone could guard it. Koishi is chosen because he’s a stone dragon and has the power to control lava flows. It’s one of the few magics that still exist on Earth. It’s old and very few have the power to touch it.
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