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SHE TAKES A CHANCE.Determined to forge a better life, Ella launches her new business with high hopes—until a sexy Centaur bumps into her and throws her life off course forever. Voted “Most Eligible Bachelor in Boronda”, Aleksander shakes up her world and tilts her in more ways than one. HE’S IN DANGEROUS TERRITORY.Years of warfare and countless bedroom encounters have stolSHE TAKES A CHANCE.Determined to forge a better life, Ella launches her new business with high hopes—until a sexy Centaur bumps into her and throws her life off course forever. Voted “Most Eligible Bachelor in Boronda”, Aleksander shakes up her world and tilts her in more ways than one. HE’S IN DANGEROUS TERRITORY.Years of warfare and countless bedroom encounters have stolen Kempor Aleksander’s luster for life. He never expects to rediscover his zeal in the small, redheaded form of Ella the Troll, who fires his blood hotter than the deepest caverns in the forest.But as trouble lingers in their midst—and edges ever closer—Alek and Ella spiral into troubled terrain. Turning to each other, the pair face down dangers that run impenetrably deep in their mythological world. But will the two lovers discover a passion that runs even deeper?...

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troll y yours Reviews

  • Penny Watson
    2019-03-02 19:50

    So not what I was expecting! Well-written, cool world-building details, cute humor, and sexy love story between a BBW troll and a centaur. Lots of interesting commentary on ethnic discrimination, too. Huh. How about that?Bonus: the centaur has a goatee!

  • namericanwordcat
    2019-03-06 23:41

    I feel really lucky to have stumbled upon this book and this writer.Troll-y Yours creates a wonderful fantasy world where we get to play in the love lives of centaurs, trolls, nymphs and other mythical creatures. We have good world building complete a complex history between the races and special features for each race.Our hero is a playboy centaurs and our heroine is a pretty curvy troll with self esteem issues. We are in the middle of a rebellion. There is a great deal of fun to be had here. I enjoyed the book so much that I bought the first book in the series before even finishing and I read this book in one lazy weekend day. The book ends with a huge romantic gesture and when Alek reforms, he reforms big so it is very satisfying. If the series is a fun as I think it is going to be, I will likely be rereading this one because the couple is fun.However, the book has plenty of flaws in the plot and character development that I hope that is writer with such great promise correct over time. Enjoy this book!If you want to know why this book was a 3 star instead of the 5 star it had the potential to be and don't mind spoilers, read on! (view spoiler)[Whenever, I read a book that could have been great but was merely good or sometimes less than that, I like to give as much feedback as possible especially if the writer has yet to be fully established. The book opens with more of an erotic scene than erotica or romance. The hero is very bored as he ploughs a fellow centaur (in human form--there is a rule against centaur form intercourse). The scene establishes his ennui but it isn't really sexy nor needed. I get sick of the rake troupe anyway but I really don't need to see the hero treating another woman as just a lay. I think it would have served the book better if he just wasn't all that interested anymore. The book overall was plenty spicy. It didn't really need the extra sex. .The heroine has a really really distorted view of her level of beauty. She has very low self esteem because of abusive parents (particularly her mother). While she is very curvy, in the eyes of everyone else she is amazing looking. Super hot in fact. I would have liked it better if she was just nice looking and the hero simply saw her as smoking hot. I also know that self esteem issues from abuse don't just go away but when ever we are in her head her thoughts are repetitive and most often on her ickiness. I get bad tapes that need to be broken but since the book didn't really delve deep into these issues and became more of an action adventure her character is left flatter in its development that she could be. I loved her crazy hair, freckles, and blushing. She is a troll which is awesome. She has speed, pointed ears, can dislove through dirt and rock, and can be grumpy. How cool! However, the book never discusses how this vision of a troll differs from the human stories and why. Humans wander into this enchanted forest so this book is not out of human touch exactly. I think it would be neat if one of her powers when scared was to turn into a traditional troll. She is called a gnomette sometimes but that is not exactly the same thing. Maybe there are different kinds of trolls. This is fine but I want in on this knowledge. She is creating a business and this plot just drops off the face of the earth. Her poverty isn't really explained nor what she has been doing for her long lifetime. All her friends and life drop away as well. We get very little of the hero's background either. We get hints of the possible lady villian of the piece and his past relationship. We learn late he lost his family and a bit of his war experience. There is a time skip while Ella recovers that I would have loved to have not had and instead had more time with the couple. Ella and Eli are two close of names for the brother and sister who are not twins. I don't need to be in Eli head as much as I am. We could have saved his point of view for his book. The names thing made me double check whose head I was in several times. Despite these flaws, the writing and world are compelling and I enjoyed to book. Can't wait to read the 1st book now!(hide spoiler)]

  • Sandy Wolters
    2019-02-26 17:39

    Book: Troll-y YoursSeries: The Centaurs - Book 2Author: Sheri FredricksGenre: Paranormal Romance/Fantasy RomanceLength: Approximately 266 PagesAfter reading REMEDY MAKER, the first book in the Centaurs Series by SHERI FREDRICKS, I've been sitting on pins and needles waiting to get my hands on the second book in this series, TROLL-Y YOURS.Ms. Fredricks has done a spectacular job with TROLL-Y YOURS in following up the first book in the series. TROLL-Y YOURS revolves around the magnificent centaur warrior, Aleksander, whom we met in the first book and I couldn't wait to learn more about in the second, and the timid troll, Ella, who lashes out because of self-esteem issues. She needs someone to show her a little love and respect. Enter Al. This book was so beautifully written that I was hooked from the very first page. The characters were strong and written so well that I felt as though I knew them. The intimate scenes were HOT, just the way I like them, and the emotional bonds built throughout this book tugged at my heart. There was a battle scene in TROLL-Y YOURS that had me up on my feet and pacing the floor as I read it because I just couldn't sit still through it.This book made me feel happy. There were places I laughed out loud, and places that I realized my fists were clinched as I read. Ms. Fredricks' imagination comes to life on the pages and you just don't want to put the book down.As a side note, I have approximately 5,000 books on my Kindle. My usual practice is to remove a book from the device and move it to the cloud after I've read it to make much needed room. For all of you out there that have seen the Seinfeld "Spongeworthy" episode, you'll know what I'm talking about here. The biggest complement I can give a book is to keep it on my Kindle, close at hand, so I can read it again anytime I want. I've determined that both books in the Centaurs Series by SHERI FREDRICKS are "KINDLE DEVICE SPACE WORTHY".I highly recommend the Centaurs Series by Sheri Fredricks. You are going to LOVE it!

  • A.R. Von
    2019-03-05 17:35

    Once again Sheri Fredricks has me falling in love with the characters she's created in her Centaur series. I laughed, held onto my seat in anticipation and even needed some cooling off from all of the hot sex going on within the pages. It started off with one heck of a bang and continued to keep me turning its pages until the very end. A definite must read for ALL fans of the genre.Ella wants out! Out of the depressing walls that contain her along with her family. She's no prisoner. It's her family; they've never praised her for anything she's done. Just always put her down and degrade her. She decides to take a leap and start her very own business so she can save money, escape all of the negativity and get her very own place. Little does she know how much more is in store for her...Alek is a very important centaur. He's recently started to look to fill a void he has within himself. Literally pounding every woman he can get his hands on is doing absolutely nothing for him any longer. Never in his life having thought to settle, but now considering it. This new desire feels a bit strange to him, but he longs to be happy and have that special someone and something packed full of meaning...In a paranormal world full of racism it's rare and beautiful to experience such different races coming together and falling, hard! In love that is. Troll-Y Yours is a real treat and I look forward to where the author will go next in the series. Even though this is book 2 of the series. It's written as a stand-alone. I DO suggest reading Remedy Maker (book 1) as well. Rhy is one VERY hot centaur!

  • Cara
    2019-02-24 18:34

    All right, I gotta write this review quickly, because I can’t wait to go back and read Fredricks first book! Troll-y yours is a stand-alone novel, but I think the reading might have been enhanced if I had read them in order. No matter, this book was a great read! The very first chapter had me laughing, and hoping that the train of thought that Aleksander was having during an..uh..intimate encounter had never been thought in my presence!Ella and Aleksander were definitely a two sides of the track sort of story, with Ella having poor self-esteem…I just realized her business fell by the wayside- I wonder what will happen there? Anyway, Aleksander (or Al Hedson, lol) is a centaur Casanova of great repute- and he falls hard for Ella. It is great fun to watch these two dance around one another, and see how they work through their own personal issues. And who ever thought Trolls could be sexy? Certainly not I, and as far as I know, they are very rarely (if ever?) portrayed as possibly handsome individuals.Anyway, if you are looking for a fun, sexy fantasy read, this one is for you! Filled with intrigue, romance, humor, and a great cast of secondary characters, I bet you’ll devour this one as quickly as I did! I look forward to reading (much) more of this author. Why the comment about the first book? I didn’t really understand the way the kingdom worked- is is on the same plane as humans? Why don’t more people stumble into it? I’m always curious to learn more about a book.5/5 flames for hotness: a review

  • M.
    2019-03-10 01:46

    I've never been a heavy fantasy or mythic reader, but I'm really digging this series. I was especially anxious to read this book because I had to know more about Alek after reading Remedy Maker. And I wasn't disappointed with his character in Troll-y Yours. I absolutely enjoyed Alek and Ella together. He was just the sort of hero she needed in her life, and he definitely needed her prickly, sharp tongue in his. Their differences are what make them a perfect couple in my opinion. Plus, I just loved how sweet Alek was to Ella. He really pulled her out of her depressed shell of self-loathing her family caused her to develop over time.This author is great with detailed descriptions which really puts you in the middle of the Boronda Forest with the characters in the story. It's quite easy to visualize the world these mythics live in.All in all, I thought this was a great read with a sweet hero, devoted heroine, and beautiful scenery. If you're looking to escape for a while in a fantasy world full of mythics, shape-shifting beings, a bit of humor, and some sexy bedroom encounters, look no further.

  • InD'tale Magazine
    2019-02-22 19:24

    4.5/5.0“Troll-y Yours”, is the sequel to “Remedy Maker”, but is a book that easily stands on its own four hooves!Read full review in the September 2013 issue of InD’tale Magazine.

  • Frankly Frankie
    2019-03-07 20:41

    Abort mission @ 33%I couldn't take it anymore. I've heard some pretty ridiculous names for penises but Meat Wrench? Meat. Wrench? The heck??Honestly.

  • Kathleen Nichols
    2019-03-11 01:25

    ***I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*** This is the first book I've read by this particular author. In the book the world and characters created are very detailed and descriptive. Her writing has a steady pace, are easy to read, and have moments of humorous and sharp wit. Aleksander a centaur and the most eligible center in all of Boronda. He finds he has less vim and vigor in his life recently. The war and his numerous mindless hook-ups weigh on him. A determined troll named Elle has her life plan in place with no room for error or side trips with handsome centaurs. Both of them end up shaking each other's world's. They find that their lives are on the fast track to trouble, danger, and love? I've never read a shifter book about centaurs before and found this one enjoyable. In the future I won't be passing them up anymore. This couple will find love and a new outlook on life. The road however isn't the yellow brick road. Obstacles, betrayal, and grave danger make their roads hard to travel but they help each other through every issue.

  • Shelly
    2019-02-21 00:33

    Absolutely do not judge this book by its cover. Even the blurb didn’t give me a hint of how good a writer that Fredricks is. Talk about taking a category and doing something different with it. Wow. If you’re at all familiar with Kate Hill’s Horsemen series then this is right up your alley. As I sit here writing this review, I’m still shocked how good this story is. The world building alone is worth reading this for but I can guarantee that the characters will make you want to stay and read a bit more and a bit more and a bit more…Ella, the Troll, has had it up to here with her shitty mother, her go along to get along father, and her can’t do anything wrong brother. It’s time to get the heck out of dodge and into a place of her own but to do that, Ella’s going to need money – lots of it and right now. And that’s where she got the brilliant idea – speed dating. Don’t judge folks, necessity if the mother of invention.Kempor Aleksander, the Centaur, is the Head of the Palace Guards. He’s also Boronda’s most eligible bachelor and let’s just say that Alek knows what the ladies like. Alek is completely and totally bored with the ladies and although he’s not looking for a permanent relationship he wouldn’t mind a change in the routine. When Ella and Alek meet for the first time at Ella’s first Troll-y Yours event, sparks fly for them both but Ella’s had too much heartache to see Alek as anything but a playboy and Alek is intrigued because Ella’s could care less who he is. This is a fun read. It moves fast and the dialogue is foot-stomping funny. It’s not pie and candy though. There are some tough scenes especially in Ella’s home life. Ella’s mother has been giving her mental beat downs for the last hundred years and that will come to the surface eventually to be dealt with (but not right now); in spite of that and as much as she’s been discarded by her family, Ella remains a good person. Yes, she can and does get snippy when she feels uncomfortable and unsure of herself but her transformation from that person to the person who believes that she deserves not just happiness but happiness with Alek is a beautiful thing to watch. Alek is an absolute riot. Unlike Ella, he doesn’t have family and I’m not sure what happened to them but not knowing didn’t take away from the story for me at all because his character was very well developed. And even though he’s not perfect by any means – not even close and that in part makes him a very likable guy. He makes his mistakes with Ella but he wants to fix it and be a better person for Ella. How he gets to that realization is interesting to see unfold.One of the best things about this story for me was that Fredricks didn’t try and dress up what either being a Troll or being a Centaur is (in fiction anyway). Neither of these characters had any desire to change the person they were falling in love with. Ella will always be a Troll and Alek will always be a Centaur and they refer to each other that way too. Some of the more interesting endearments from Ella to Alek are based on his Centaur parts. Now keep in mind that the prejudice that was built into their society is addressed, both Ella and Alek know that they will face challenges. I can’t express how much I liked this story (a lot if you’ve not noticed by now), there are some unresolved things that I would have liked to see panned out but they didn’t leave me unsatisfied with the ending, not one bit. I will say this – if you’re looking for something that’s a little bit different, tons of sarcasm, true love, and mythic creatures then this is your next read. Happy Reading Folks!Rating: B+*ARC provided by publisher for review.This review is also posted at

  • Marlene
    2019-02-22 18:40

    Originally reviewed at Reading RealityTroll-y Yours is the second book in Sheri Fredricks’ Centaurs series. The first book is Remedy Maker. In order to understand what is going on in Troll-y Yours it helps a lot to have read Remedy Maker. A whole lot.The idea that that there are mythical creatures living in the Boronda Forest in Pennsylvania, mostly hidden from us humans, is kind of cool. Some of the humans that have found the mythics hunt them for big bucks, and I don’t mean antlers. The hunters tend to be asshats, mercenaries, sadists, or all of the above.Not the point of this story, although the hint dropped at the end leads me to believe that the author might get there.Like Remedy Maker, this is an interspecies romance. It’s also a romance between two people who are at different levels in the social/species pecking order and between a male who most people would think is gorgeous and a woman most people would think is less so. Of course, he thinks she’s beautiful. Ella really is a troll, but that’s her actual species. Only her abusive parents keep telling her that it also reflects her appearance.Trolls are considered one of the lowest species in the Boronda social order. Centaurs are the highest species, and the queen is a centaur. So are many of the members of her guards, including Kempor Aleksander, the head of the guards.Ella has picked up an idea from the humans. We do have a few good ones. She’s started a speed dating service, Troll-y Yours, for mythics with busy lives to find mates. She wants to earn enough money to move out of her parents’ house. Which is under a rock. They are trolls, after all!At the first speed dating session, she mistakes Alek for one of her clients. He thinks she’s about the cutest thing he’s ever seen. Because she thinks he’s gorgeous, she mouths off. Then she’s attacked and he comes to the rescue, after her brother spectacularly fails to help her, which is one of the stories of her life.While Alek and Ella find themselves drawing closer together, Alek still has a job to do. The rebels are still attacking the kingdom, and the queen he is sworn to protect. What it nearly takes him forever to realize is that protecting Ella has become the most important thing in his entire world.Escape Rating C+: Troll-y Yours just wasn’t as much fun as Remedy Maker, in spite of Remedy Maker dealing with a number of more serious themes along with the romance. For this reader, the sub-plot of the rebel alliance against the kingdom just wasn’t explained enough to make whatever was going on make sense. It’s too important for the long story arc to be that confusing, especially since a major plot point with Ella’s brother hinges on it.Too much is left unexplained on the personal side as well. Alek starts out the story as a total man-whore. He seems to regard having lots of sex as his duty to the females of his species. Ella has serious self-esteem issues as a result of a lifetime of parental verbal abuse. While it’s great that they find each other, I’m not totally sold on the relationship based on the story.The mythic world that they live in begs to be explored a whole lot more.

  • Julianne
    2019-02-20 00:37

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 5 out of 5 stars.Reviewed for For Whom The Books Toll5, HotSHE TAKES A CHANCE.Determined to forge a better life, Ella launches her new business with high hopes—until a sexy Centaur bumps into her and throws her life off course forever. Voted “Most Eligible Bachelor in Boronda”, Aleksander shakes up her world and tilts her in more ways than one.HE’S IN DANGEROUS TERRITORY.Years of warfare and countless bedroom encounters have stolen Kempor Aleksander’s luster for life. He never expects to rediscover his zeal in the small, redheaded form of Ella the Troll, who fires his blood hotter than the deepest caverns in the forest.But as trouble lingers in their midst—and edges ever closer—Alek and Ella spiral into troubled terrain. Turning to each other, the pair face down dangers that run impenetrably deep in their mythological world. But will the two lovers discover a passion that runs even deeper? My Review:Troll-y Yours starts off with a bang! The fantastic wit of Sheri Fredricks shows throughout the book and makes this a fun, engaging, emotional and unpredictable read.Ella wants nothing more than to escape her mean and overbearing parents to live on her own. She wishes she could be more like her brother, Eli the golden child in her parents' eyes. During a romantic encounter, Kempor Aleksander seems to realize that there must be more to life than just a quick lay. Ever since his friend, Rhycious has found happiness with a nymph named Patience, casual sex just doesn't seem as fun as it once used to.Aleksander meets Ella at the Neigh Cafe during Ella's new business of speed dating. There's something about the curvy, beautiful troll that calls to Alek's libido. Ella believes the handsome Centaur is joking when he calls her beautiful because she knows she is not.Ella and Alek are a very unlikely match and Ms. Fredricks writes their tale exquisitely. The two have quite the adventure, Ella gets kidnapped, the spies seem to be getting bolder and bolder and it's difficult to tell who can be trusted.I laughed so hard once, I scared my sleeping cats. I also cried and wanted to throw a brick out the window. When a book can make go through all of those emotions, I know it's a keeper. If you haven't read any of Sheri's books, I highly recommend them.

  • Adria (Musings and Reviews)
    2019-02-23 18:25

    Originally posted at I Smell SheepCentaurs, Satyrs, and Trolls Oh My!Troll-y Yours is definitely something different for me. An honest to goodness Centaur as a hero and a Troll as a heroine? Yes please!Centaur warrior Aleksander is bored with life in general. Centuries of war and detached encounters with numerous females has left Alek jaded and a little lost. It isn't until an odd little troll bumps into him that his life turns upside down.Ella is trying so hard to get her speed dating service, Troll-y Yours off the ground. She needs the money so she can move out of her oppressive parents' house and into a place of her own. Everything seems to be going well on her first day of work until she bumps into Alek. Thinking he's just another rowdy but gorgeous male, she manages to brush him off. Unfortunately fate has other plans.Troll-y Yours is a fun romance, there's just no other way to describe it. The characters are interesting and the story is engaging and sexy at the same time. Author Sheri Fredricks effortlessly brings her world to life without dragging out descriptions. The pace she sets is fast but easy to follow, and romance fans who are looking for a characters that don't carry around too much baggage will enjoy Alek and Ella.Not only are the two main characters entertaining but so are the secondary ones. Ella's younger brother Eli is someone I would like to see get his own book. In the beginning he seems like such an insensitive, selfish, cruel troll but it soon becomes clear that he is not what he seems. Then there is Queen Savella, she's quite the mystery and I'm hoping she gets her own book soon. She seems like a fun character.I did have to reacquaint myself with some of the mythical creatures mentioned in the book just so that I could have a better image in my mind of what they looked like, but that was part of the fun. Troll-y Yours was a great reading experience that made me laugh and kept me turning pages for hours. While Alek and Ella's story gets an ending, Troll-y Yours ends with a cliffhanger involving rebel forces and a human who has found out about that mythical creatures do exist. I enjoyed the book so much that I've purchased the first book in the series, Remedy Maker and I will be on the lookout for more books from Sheri Fredricks

  • Lynn Reynolds
    2019-02-24 21:50

    I received this book for review from Book Trailer Showcase Tours and from the author. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. You will have to make sure that you pay attention when you’re reading this book because you can’t assume that you have a character figured out because they turn around and surprise you. So sit back, relax, have your favorite drink, and enjoy this story. Sheri shows her readers that anyone can find love even if you are from a different race. Make sure that you don’t attempt to rush through and find the good parts because they’re all good.Sheri knows just what to write to get her readers hooked. I had other books that I needed to read first but once I started reading I just couldn’t stop. Between the action and wanting to know if Alek and Ella make it as a couple, I had no choice but to keep reading (thank goodness for staycations). Our author also knows how to bring nature alive which adds more flavor to the scenes. At the end, she’ll have you saying “No!” This means you’ll have to be patient and wait until the next book comes out to see if any of your questions will be answered. And if you haven’t read book one, The Remedy Maker, you’ll want to go back and rectify that. And you can stop back here on September 24 to see my review for book one.

  • Sobia
    2019-03-12 19:51

    3.5 to 4 starsBut let me start with the Negatives - some of the descriptions were a bit condisung at times- the h calling the H 'Al''s been years since I've seen an episode but ever time the heroine called the hero, Aleksander,Al 'Al Bundy' came to mind....not exactly what romance landias heroes are made of.-Dragged a little at the end.Other than those, this was a pretty awesome read, beyond what I was expecting. I haven't really been interested in pnr's as of Ate, so I was pleasantly surprised by how engaged I was in reading this! There's great and atypical world building, a lot of interesting characters, and a fleshed out story. There were a couple loose ends in the story, mostly in regards to the over all story, but I'm hing those get addressed in later books :)Oh and I didn't actually read the first book in this series, I didn't have any problem following along. There were spoilers for the previous book, but really they just made me want to read it more!

  • Brenda Dyer
    2019-03-15 23:25

    OMG, I loved this book. The characters were wonderful. The world Sheri built was amazing. It felt like I was in the book.A big ol' five stars for Troll-y Yours.I'm hoping Sheri has another book in this series planned!

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  • Kristen Lewendon
    2019-03-04 01:50

    With that opening scene, I wasn't sure what I had gotten myself into with this book. I adored Alek in the first one, but I was horrified to see who he starts out this story as. I was very grateful to see that it doesn't take long before he's back to the sweet, wounded warrior I recognize from book one. Ella is a hoot. She's so many contradictions wrapped up in one feisty little package, it's no wonder Alek can't help but fall for her. I both love and hate the way the rebel mystery is handled here. This episode is tied up nicely by the ending, but it's obvious there's more to come. I look forward to seeing what's next on the horizon for the Boronda's inhabitants.I received a complimentary copy of this book.

  • Charity
    2019-03-13 20:41

    I have to admit first that I did not read book one in this series and maybe you have to read it to get this one---I didn’t get it. This is also my first Centaur and Troll story. I am participating in a challenge to read unusual shifters (other than Were and Feline), and these creatures are new to me---and again I didn’t get it.Even with all the above said the writing of this book wasn’t up to par. The Mythic world that they live in was not explained or explored enough for this to be a stand-alone book. The sub-plot of the rebel alliance against “the kingdom” just wasn’t explained enough to make whatever was going on make sense for me. The “love” story that was going on wasn’t believable. The characters were terribly cliché—hot man-whore falls for the fat troll and said troll has serious self-esteem issues. Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt years ago comes to mind. This story dragged at the beginning, it was like 17% in before I felt involved and then it went down a little at the end too. I was very close to not finishing this story. It couldn’t keep my interest, and the writing didn’t keep me engaged.