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text 2017-12-01 08:08
REVIEW BY DEBBIE - The Witcher Chime by Amity Green
The Witcher Chime: A Haunting - Amity Green

In 1922 and in 1988 a deadly, possessive entity imprints on members of the same family, ancient as Genesis and determined to remain free. Savannah Caleman is the latest object of obsession in this chilling, historical tale of haunted legacy and terror. 

Savannah Caleman’s family has been coming apart since the early 1920’s. After a horrific suicide by their great aunt, the Calemans sell off the family ranch, hoping to leave the stigma of insanity behind and gain a fresh start at a property known by locals as “The Witcher Place.” Days after the move, Savannah’s father isn’t himself and her mother grows increasingly distant. Her little brother, Chaz, is forced out of a second story window by a being that makes Savannah question her sanity for the first time. Her mother takes Chaz and flees the state. Savannah and her younger sister, Molly, are chased home by a mountain lion but when Savannah turns to look back, the cat has transformed into a man. Their father’s behavior takes a more serious twist as horror abounds and Savannah turns to distant relatives for answers, fearing the insanity is real and has spread. Her father is no longer in control. Armed with a shotgun, Savannah is forced to protect herself and her sister. 

The evil plaguing her family dons a suit and tie and introduces himself, giving Savannah an ultimatum. She must decide between her sister’s safety and aiding a monster that can’t be identified as either an angel or a demon. Either way, Savannah is torn, and takes to single-handedly running the family affairs with precision as she takes care of her sister. The Witcher Place is transformed to her liking using family money. Distractions are only that. Releasing a monster to roam at will isn’t a stellar option, no matter the promises it makes. The stain of murder and torment cannot be erased. He has fallen, been shackled, and now has plans to rise once more using Savannah as the key to regain grace.

 

@AmityGreenBooks, @debbiereadsbook, #Adult, #Supernatural, #Horror, #Thriller, 3 out of 5 (good)

 

Source: sites.google.com/site/archaeolibrarian/debbie/thewitcherchimebyamitygreen
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review 2017-11-30 13:57
really not sure what I read!
The Witcher Chime: A Haunting - Amity Green
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Jumping straight in, here! Dark, deadly, horror, that confused the hell out of me!! Seriously, this book is weird. It moves, in places, at rocket speed, and I struggled to keep up. In other places, its full of stuff that I saw no relevance to the rest of the story, so it drags. Told mostly through Savannah's point of view, some others do have a say. Probably what kept me going, who might get a say next. I just...did not get it! I think this is one of those books that you will either love or be okay with it, and after I finished it (which was totally touch and go for a while!) I read a few reviews, and it really does seem that way. I did not hate it, nor did I love it, because I found it very hard reading. The subject matter wasn't an issue for me, but I can see that some readers might have problems. Some typos, but not too many, just enough to require a mention but not enough to have put me off. Sorry this review is short, but I really am struggling not to waffle too much and make this book look bad, because its NOT bad, it just did not work for me. 3 stars **same worded review will appear elsewhere**

 

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review 2017-08-17 14:51
Beat (The Beat and the Pulse #1) by Amity Cross
Beat: #1 The Beat and The Pulse - Amity Cross

 

 

Author: Amity Cross

Title: Beat

Series: The Beat and the Pulse

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Renee "Ren" Miller was five when her Dad left to go to the shops and never came back.

Left to grow up with a cancer riddled mother, things have never been easy for a teenager who had to be wise beyond her years. Then one day they lose the battle and she’s all alone.

Now twenty-two, Ren reluctantly goes to find her estranged father. He owns the down and out boxing studio, Beat, and Ren finds herself drawn to the ring. She thrives on learning a new way of fighting a life that kept kicking her down…instead of struggling against the current, she kicks it right between the legs.

Then one day, Ash Fuller, her Dad's star fighter comes back to town. Mysterious, handsome… Dangerous… Everything Ren doesn't need.

But he's got other ideas…

…and so does she.

 

 

 

 

Beat had some good parts and... it had some other parts... Most of it was drama involved other was the whole broody vs angsty vibe. I'm not sure which kind of got on my nerves more. After awhile I kind of felt like okay, I get it.

Along with the sweaty panty sexual not so sexual attraction obsession which leads to some hot not so hot encounters and a questionable scene which didn't quite sit well with me. There was a lot of wish wash non investment with the h/h and after awhile I didn't really care if they overcame their issues which - cliffhanger - ugh, never really is answered.

Beat was okay I just don't think I was really in the mood for it.

Side note: As of 8/17/17 this title is listed for Free so get your copy while you can if you'd like to read it for yourself.

 

 

 

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review 2016-08-08 21:57
Beat by Amity Cross
Beat: #1 The Beat and The Pulse - Amity Cross

Beat begins when Ren goes to find her dad who left her when she was a little girl. She has no one else in this world, and this was her mother's last wish. However, she never expected to be treated the way she is, and for it to hurt so much.

Ren has a lot of anger inside, and she's pissed off at the world. But, after training at her dad's gym, Beat, she's getting better and finds an outlet for her anger. Then Ash comes into the picture and throws her world for a tailspin.

Ash is the "Golden Boy" of the gym who threw away his chance at a title so many years ago. No one really knows why, and everyone knows he's basically a loose cannon.
Ren and Ash don't hit it off very well either, and neither one can seem to stay away even though they are constantly fighting.

Things get more and more complicated between them and life gets more confusing for both Ash and Ren. Let's hope they can work it out before it is too late.


This book is one of the best female fighting books I've ever read! I wish there had been a little more fighting with Ren in the ring, but still this one was good. I really enjoyed Ren's personality, and I loved how she wasn't going to let anyone walk all over her, including Ash.

I also really loved how Ash thought he was doing the right thing, even though it was having some bad repercussions. It was still the thought that counted, right?

Well, over all this book was very good. It was filled with humor, a very crazy amazing romance, and two people who have a deep anger hidden inside that have to fight there through it to each other.

I did have thing I really didn't like about this book, it ended in a crazy cliffhanger that had me extremely frustrated. But, now I'm excited for more in this series.

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url 2016-03-12 19:02
Amity Cross Romance on Sale for .99!
Beat - Amity Cross
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