Valerie Douglas Books

Welcome to worlds of magic, myth, mystery and romance

 by Amazon Kindle Bestselling author
Valerie Douglas
Author of 
Servant of the Gods  (Historical Fantasy)
The Coming Storm, Song of the Fairy Queen, Not Magic Enough  and Setting Boundaries - (Fantasy)
The Millersburg Quartet (Romance)


Heart of the Gods

MaryAnnReadsIf you're in the market for a romantic adventure (or an adventurous romance), this just might be what you're looking for.

Servant of the Gods
4.0 out of 5 stars 
Mercenary, Slave, Priestess, Guardian
Mary C. Findley (Traveling in a Truck) - 
This is not your average warrior chick tale. Although Irisi, the title character, has an over-the-top success rate as a female fighter in a man's world, men get their due as well. Particularly in the case of her captor and later love, he is clearly a fine counterpart as a fighter, partner and leader in his own right. He fits well with her in every way. These characters are not one-dimensional as in so many action/fantasy stories. The good guys are good for a reason. The bad guys are ever so bad, and all characters have dimension and depth.
Setting Boundaries 
5.0 out of 5 star Totally awe inspiring
Mateo Wolfe - I was looking for something good, to sate my desire for a good Fantasy. I am so glad I chose this to read.

Song of the Fairy Queen

5.0 out of 5 stars
Highly Recommended

Loved reading this book! From the beginning the Characters and plot drew me in and kept me reading completely entranced! 

Irish Fling 

Love on the Bookshelf - Stephanie Haddad - In this every-girl's-fantasy type of story, a chance encounter leads Ali into the arms of her hunky, Irish-accent-wielding fling: Aidan. These two make lots of heat between them, sizzling right off the page (or the eReader screen, as it were.) 

Melissa's Eclectic BookshelfAll in all, a fun quick read...a really believable love story and an entertaining way to pass a rainy day.

Not Magic Enough
I loved this. I completely lost myself in the story. I was immersed from beginning to end. 
The Romance Reviews