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Binds - Rebecca Espinoza
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3.85 195
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781484018033 (1484018036)
ASIN: 1484018036
Pages no: 234
Edition language: English
Series: Binds (#1)
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3.0 Book Review: Binds (Binds #1) By Rebecca Espinoza
I love an abused heroine turned strong and fearless, so when I read the synopsis of this book I was sure this was going to make it to my top 10 of best books read this year. Unfortunately, I was mistaken. Don't get me wrong, this was a nice overall book, but something kept me from truly connecting w...
Coffee2words rated it
2.0 Reads like a second or third draft
Binds brings together magic, betrayal, the fae and mages in a rather strange mix.I didn't enjoy the first person present tense POV.I really didn't like any of the characters either, they all felt 2D, flat and cliche. I liked the idea that was the world setting, but alas the characters just couldn't ...
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Rachel's books rated it
Let me start out by saying, I won this book in a booklikes giveaway. What a beautiful cover! Ophelia fell in love with and married Donovan. Then Donovan became abusive, controlling (you name it, he did it). She is kidnapped (or rescued depending on your view) by Reece. I thought Reece was a bit c...
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Lost In A Book rated it
3.0 Review: Binds by Rebecca Espinoza
This was different and interesting. I did enjoy it and am curious about the next in the series, although I had my fair share of issues.I liked the concept and it was told fairly well. The secondary characters were great. I loved, loved, loved Jinx. And the Sugar Skull Army was awesome.My issues were...
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2.5 Review: Binds by Rebecca Espinoza
Binds is Rebecca Espinoza's debut novel, and with it comes good and bad points, so I'll list the points.The book had a great setup and premise. When being kidnapped is somehow a better state than the MC's original, I can't help but be intrigued; especially when the kidnapper does not mean any immedi...
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