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review 2018-03-21 05:13
The Seer's Daughter by Athena Daniels
The Seer's Daughter - Athena Daniels

Sage returns home for her grandmother’s funeral. She has been experiencing some strange events. She pushes them away due to stress od her grandmothers murder, Ethan is a detective that has been assigned to this case. When he meets Sage, he is attractive to her she feels the same. Sage starts feeling supernatural occurring and thinks this is not an ordinary murder, but Ethan disagrees but then he finds out thing are not as they appear he will not stop at nothing to protect the woman he is falling in love with

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url 2017-12-25 16:34
Free Kindle Editions (headed down the black hole of amazon freebies ...)
Requiem's Song - Daniel Arenson
Pride and Precipitation (Chick Flick Clique Romantic Comedy Novella #1) - Heather Horrocks
Legions of Orion - Michael G. Thomas
Moth - Daniel Arenson
Ouroboros - Odette C. Bell
Immortal Vegas Series Box Set Volume 1: Books 0-3 - Jenn Stark
Seer of Souls (The Spirit Shield Saga Book 1) - Susan Faw
A Lying Witch - Odette C. Bell
Sora's Quest - T.L. Shreffler
Forbidden The Stars - Valmore Daniels

Heck of a thread over in one of my goodreads groups (Serious Overload of Series) with some freebies.


'Tis the day for internet browsing ... warn me if you see me shelving something you know is awful or is by one of those authors who interact weirdly/negatively with reviews.


*sigh* the turkey is cooking in the oven and starting to make the house smell so appetizing -- but it takes so long ...

Source: www.goodreads.com/topic/show/449475-book-freebies-kindle-nook-author-pub-other?page=169
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review 2017-07-31 11:01
Book Review For: Eyes of the Seer by Ashley York
Eyes of the Seer (The Derbfine Series) (Volume 2) - Ashley York

'Eyes of the Seer' by Ashley York is the story of Astrid and Marcán. This is book Two in the series "Descendants of the High King". The first book was "Curse of the Healer" which dealt with Astrid's brother Diarmuid. This book does run parallel to the other book but you don't have to have read that book to enjoy this book....but it was a great book.
Marcán is Astrid brother's best friend and she as known him a long time. Diarmuid, Astrid's brother and Marcán are very protective of her, and seem to deter away any suitors. But Astrid's mother wants to live with another clan that Padraig is associated with. Astrid does have a small crush on Padraig, who she feels would be a good husband. So Astrid goes forward with her mother's demand that she land him for a husband. But her attempt to get him alone is stopped by Marcán. Marcán tries to talk to her about men just wanting to use her and not actually take her for a wife. But between her mother and her strong desire to be married she attempts to talk to Padraig again leads her to almost be attacked by him...if it wasn't for one of her clansman saving her. But she doesn't tell her clansman what actually happened to protect that clansman and to not cause a issue.
But Marcán and her brother knows something happened...and her mother still thinks to marry her off to him. But Astrid's mother has her heart set on her daughter getting into Padraig's clan.
Diarmuid knew early on that his heart was given to Astrid but she doesn't see him as a man. So he thinks that he will have to watch her marry another. But Astrid is starting to know that her feelings for Diarmuid are just as strong as his.
Another Great Story by Ms. York!
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Eyes-Seer-Derbfine-Book-2-ebook/dp/B072MFRH8G/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1501441200&sr=1-1&keywords=Eyes+of+the+Seer++Ashley+York
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review 2017-06-02 00:11
The Seer's Lover (The Seven Archangels Series) - Kat de Falla

The Seer’s Lover has been on my TBR for some time, but I did not get the chance to read it before now. My reasons for purchasing this title at the time was twofold. I chose to read this book based on the synopsis and the cover, which I found eerie. I had no experience with the with the author’s work, but because this was a story about the supernatural world, I expected to have a great time.

What is the book about?
Calise Rowe, a pharmacist, has the ability to sense unusual energy from persons she comes in contact with. She did not understand what it meant and her questions went unanswered. However, she would discover the true meaning behind her abilities, when she inadvertently exposed herself to a demon and was saved by a stranger. The stranger directs her to travel to Costa Rica where she would find the answers she desperately seeks.
Lucas Rojas is a seer, with the ability to see demons and angels who walk among humans. He comes from a long line of seers, dating as far back as to the time of the Messiah. He has kept his abilities secret because his kind has been hunted by demons whose intent was to obliterate their lineage.

What I enjoyed.
The story introduces readers to a world where demonic forces desire to control humans where angels protect humans from the wrath of these and seers whose job it is to destroy these evil forces. The beginning was intriguing which, made me eager to uncover the secrets that lay between the pages.

I found the fight scenes between Lucas and the demons exciting and exhilarating. I thought these scenes were well written. The author provided detailed descriptions as it relates to these scenes allowing me to visualise every action that took place at this point.

I enjoyed the way the author conveyed her feelings into the story. Her ability to keep me engaged was on par for the most part. I thought the word building was good. The pacing was good. This along with the writing helped me to get through the story.

The issues I had.

Unfortunately, I had a hard time connecting with the characters. None of them elicited any emotion within me. Have you ever been to an event where you encounter a group of people whom you have never met, but for some reason, their actions prevent you from wanting to get to know them and you can’t wait to leave? Well sad to say this is how I felt about the characters in this book. My least favourite character was Shane, Calise’s ex-boyfriend. I found him to be weak and pathetic. His relationship with Calise ended a long time, but he was still obsessing to the point where he became unstable.

The romance between Lucas and Calise lacked credibility. First, it was an insta-love connection and second at no time did I see where their feelings for each other were allowed to develop. They never got time to know each other, before declaring their love for each other. As a result, I was unable to connect with them as a couple.

The story felt a bit disjointed in some areas. The movement between scenes in some areas did not flow resulting in it appearing unreal. Then there were the many unanswered questions that I was left with at the end of the story. I am still trying to figure out what happened. I am wondering if the answers are in book two, but I am not sure if I am keen to venture there.

This book had potential, but it did not work for me. However, even though it didn’t work for me, don’t be discouraged from giving this book a try. If you enjoy paranormal stories about angels and demons and don’t mind insta-love connections, you will love this book

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review 2017-01-19 00:00
The Seer
The Seer - Ariel MacArran This was more romance and less sci-fi than expected, but still an enjoyable read. My GR friends and those that I follow are not in agreement with me on this one.

It's kinda slow, there's really no reason for this story to take 400 pages in telling. And there are some editing/spelling/grammar issues. Not much character development.

But I still enjoyed it. *shrug* It happens.
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