Rite to Reign
Something wicked this way comes…Willful witches, supernatural sorcerers, cruel queens, and powerful priestesses fall out of favor and rise to rule in this highly sought-after collection of spellbinding stories!More than 20 award-winning and bestselling authors have come together to curate this bewitching boxed set collection of the best PARANORMAL ROMANCE and URBAN FANTASY books in the genre, each brimming with stories of royal magic.Journey through worlds of danger and mayhem, where witches and warlocks battle for influence and wizards fight for unrestricted power.But reader beware: the highly addictive stories in RITE TO REIGN will put you under their spell. One click to secure your limited edition copy today.

Rite to Reign Details

TitleRite to Reign
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 1st, 2018
PublisherCarter & Bradley Publishing
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GenreAnthologies, Fantasy, Paranormal

Rite to Reign Review

  • Sascha Illyvich
    January 1, 1970
    Christine Ashworth's story "The Hidden One" is a dynamite read from the first page. The heroine, Aubrey is a firecracker, smart assed and Kellan Caine is a great match for her. The dialogue is witty, the story fast paced, and will keep you engaged throughout the entire story. Keep an eye out for the rest of the Caine Brothers series. You won't be disappointed.
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  • Mandie
    January 1, 1970
    I read Queen Witch by Elle Middaugh and Reigning Magicks by JJ King and Candace Osmond. I really enjoyed them both. They were captivating from the very first page. So full of adventure and excitement! I can’t wait to read the rest of the stories.I also read Mermaid Queen by Anna Santos. It’s an amazing Little Mermaid retelling. I really loved this adult version. It grabbed my attention from the first page. While most of the story was predictable, I still loved the unique aspects that the author I read Queen Witch by Elle Middaugh and Reigning Magicks by JJ King and Candace Osmond. I really enjoyed them both. They were captivating from the very first page. So full of adventure and excitement! I can’t wait to read the rest of the stories.I also read Mermaid Queen by Anna Santos. It’s an amazing Little Mermaid retelling. I really loved this adult version. It grabbed my attention from the first page. While most of the story was predictable, I still loved the unique aspects that the author added
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  • Emery LeeAnn
    January 1, 1970
    I read The Third Flame by SJ Davis. This was such a unique story! Enter a witch and wizarding world and be swept away by details and the magic of it all.When one of the Witches, Trixie, gets into a situation, her friends help her when she needs it most! What a great addition to this set!
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  • Elaine
    January 1, 1970
    This was amazing, the hidden one by Christine Ashworth was very interesting. Fast moving, interesting and hard to put down.
  • Rose
    January 1, 1970
    Just finished reading Reigning Magic by Candance Osmond and JJ King, it was awesome! Time travel, magic and a princess! Excellent read!
  • Johanna Bordeaux
    January 1, 1970
    My favorite story was by Christine Ashworth:The Hidden One is another wonderfully entertaining story set in Christine Ashworth's world of fantasy featuring the Caine Family. This story belongs to an old friend, the powerful and compassionate witch, Aubrey, and her love, Caine cousin, Kellen Caine, and a heiress to the Throne of Tyrrhenian Sea. Like all five of the earlier Caine stories, Christine Ashworth weaves a fascinating tale that combines a unique fantasy world with believable characters i My favorite story was by Christine Ashworth:The Hidden One is another wonderfully entertaining story set in Christine Ashworth's world of fantasy featuring the Caine Family. This story belongs to an old friend, the powerful and compassionate witch, Aubrey, and her love, Caine cousin, Kellen Caine, and a heiress to the Throne of Tyrrhenian Sea. Like all five of the earlier Caine stories, Christine Ashworth weaves a fascinating tale that combines a unique fantasy world with believable characters in rich relationships. The bonds pulling Kellen and Aubrey together are not only those of a magical love, but clearly that of a pair of great partners no matter what they are doing.That we know Aubrey will overcome her fear and accept her destiny is a given, yet we still are uncertain as to how she will come to that decision. But when she does, just as when Kellen decides to accept that his fate is to be with Aubrey wherever her destiny leads her, they fight together and find allies where they least expect them.This is just the first part of another trilogy, this time Aubrey and her two sisters as they fight the evil powers draining the hidden islands of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The ruling family on each of the five islands form a Covenant and, in order to restore the magic and bring the islands into the modern world, Aubrey will need help from her two sisters, including the next to arrive, Carmen, who seems to have all the hot-temper and ambition Aubrey lacks. Personally, I can't wait.
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  • Wendy
    January 1, 1970
    In “The Hidden One,” Christine Ashworth sends the last single Caine tri-bred as escort to Aubrey d’Avila, the heiress to a dying witch coven, when she returns home after 30 years in exile to claim her throne. Not that she needs a bodyguard—she saves Kellan on a fairly regular basis—or wants to rule a kingdom she’s never even heard of. But, she longs for answers about her past and her family, and so even as a dream job waits for her in San Diego, she boards a plane with Kellan Caine to the Medite In “The Hidden One,” Christine Ashworth sends the last single Caine tri-bred as escort to Aubrey d’Avila, the heiress to a dying witch coven, when she returns home after 30 years in exile to claim her throne. Not that she needs a bodyguard—she saves Kellan on a fairly regular basis—or wants to rule a kingdom she’s never even heard of. But, she longs for answers about her past and her family, and so even as a dream job waits for her in San Diego, she boards a plane with Kellan Caine to the Mediterranean. Whereas the Caine Novels focused on the power, allure, and complications of brothers with demon and fae blood in their veins, it is apparent from “The Hidden One” the new trilogy will shift to women of magic. It’s an enjoyable novella with impactful fight scenes, tender moments, delightful snark, and it sets up book two to be picked up in the moment it left off. I recommend it to fans of paranormal romances.
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  • Jennifer Ratzel
    January 1, 1970
    I Read Queen Witch by Elle Middaugh.WOW!! I don't even know where to start! Well I guess first I LOVED this book! It has some of my favorite types of supernatural's in it (Gage *sigh*) and the action in this book has you hooked from beginning to end. I really can't say enough about this story. It's a phenomenal start to what I think is going to be one of my favorite series. The details of everything from scene to scene were stunning. Laken, Maren, and their "princes" are great supporting charact I Read Queen Witch by Elle Middaugh.WOW!! I don't even know where to start! Well I guess first I LOVED this book! It has some of my favorite types of supernatural's in it (Gage *sigh*) and the action in this book has you hooked from beginning to end. I really can't say enough about this story. It's a phenomenal start to what I think is going to be one of my favorite series. The details of everything from scene to scene were stunning. Laken, Maren, and their "princes" are great supporting characters. Narissa is that evil sister that keeps you guessing on what she has planned next, and how far her Prince will go to help her. I love catfish and his sarcasm, and of course our main chick Eliza and her smoking hot "prince" Gage, swoon, he's definitely next book boyfriend material! They had this pure love that grew from strangers to partners to lovers that was a perfect slow burn romance that fit the pace of this book perfectly. The only thing that made me sad was not getting enough of them lol. I can't wait for the laughs, action, details, and to revisit these guys in book 2 and to see how Laken is doing with her new role and her beau!
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  • Jaclyn Roche
    January 1, 1970
    The Hidden One by Christine Ashworth is a 5 star smashing novel thrilling from the first line to the last. I really enjoyed meeting Aubrey and Kellan Caine. I can't wait for more Caine brothers novels if they are as good as The Hidden One.Ms. Ashworth's words pull you in and take you on a journey where you are routing and crying right along with the characters. I love her wordsmithing and she is always an auto-buy for me!I have not had the pleasure of reading the other authors in this Anthology, The Hidden One by Christine Ashworth is a 5 star smashing novel thrilling from the first line to the last. I really enjoyed meeting Aubrey and Kellan Caine. I can't wait for more Caine brothers novels if they are as good as The Hidden One.Ms. Ashworth's words pull you in and take you on a journey where you are routing and crying right along with the characters. I love her wordsmithing and she is always an auto-buy for me!I have not had the pleasure of reading the other authors in this Anthology, but if you purchase the Hidden One makes it worth it on its' own.
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  • Renee Clout
    January 1, 1970
    For Queen Witch by Elle Middaugh Eliza and her sisters are participating in the Queen Witch Trials, which everyone assumed her elder sister Nerissa would win. However the competition soon heats up when Eliza realises that she (or one of her other sisters) need to beat Nerissa for the Queen Witch crown. Queen Witch is wonderful start to this new series, which I absolutely loved. It was action packed and through each trial more was revealed about each character and Eliza’s own magic. I’m looking f For Queen Witch by Elle Middaugh Eliza and her sisters are participating in the Queen Witch Trials, which everyone assumed her elder sister Nerissa would win. However the competition soon heats up when Eliza realises that she (or one of her other sisters) need to beat Nerissa for the Queen Witch crown. Queen Witch is wonderful start to this new series, which I absolutely loved. It was action packed and through each trial more was revealed about each character and Eliza’s own magic. I’m looking forward to the next book in The Queen Witch Trials series.
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