Violet by Mia Harlan – A Book Review

Posted July 3, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 2 Comments

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(Spell Library – Book 1)

by Mia Harlan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

PNR, Stand Alone RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

If you enjoyed the Jewel Cafe series, you’ll LOVE this! Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

Can I tell you a secret?

I’m a chameleon shifter…

…and I’ve spent the past year posing as my 80-year-old best friend.

No one can ever know what I really look like! Not even my three hot, fated mates:
– The sweetest bear shifter
– A seductive vampire mage
– And a hot troll cop who vows to protect me

If I can’t keep my feelings for them hidden, my true identity will be discovered and I’ll end up dead—or worse!


Violet is a paranormal reverse harem romance. It’s part of the Silver Springs shared universe.

Thoughts on Violet

This was an easy to love and easy to read Romance that didn’t take itself, or its world, too seriously. Fun, irreverent and undeniably silly, it struck me as light hearted and cute, playing against a myriad of tropes while still dancing with an unusual aspect.

Remember Amber from the Jewel’s Cafe? Violet is her sister… and they have the same power, though Violet is far more in control of the chameleon essence than Amber ever thought of being. Here, we see her in all her magical, and wrinkly, glory – hiding from a fate she can’t escape in a world of Supernatural faces that are becoming all too welcome in her unwelcoming life. It’s fast, it’s ridiculous and it offers up McGuffin’s like candy – but it’s adorable, easy to read and fully smile inducing.


First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type



PG-15 (Fade to black scenes)

Romantic Dynamic


Character Age Range

20’s +

My Final Verdict on Violet

Jumping off from the Jewel’s Cafe shared Universe, comes the Spell Library – starting with an adorable and irreverent story of a Chameleon wearing an older face and a walker. It’s the perfect disguise, till she meets her MUCH younger mates. Charming and free on Kindle Unlimited.


Published May 25th, 2020
219 Pages

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