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Moira Ashe: Kindred Spirits

Kindred Spirits

Moira Ashe: Kindred Spirits by Brendon Bretram

Exposed, Moira Ashe flees to the city of Trident Bay seeking passage out of the city. Denied by every ship in port, her salvation comes from Caspian, hero, chieftain and business leader. He promises to get her out of the country, but only if she can slay the legendary terror of Trident Bay.

Moira’s hunt goes awry as she is caught in the city’s power struggle, an uprising and romance, all while she races to leaves Fotland’s shores before word reaches the city about her identity.

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Author’s Bio

Brendon Charles Bertram was born on May 28, 1994. Working on the family farm on PEI, it wasn’t until March 27, 2015, after the death of his father that he began pursuing writing. He continues to live on PEI, but now occupies his time with travelling the globe, reading texts on philosophy and psychology, and exploring a deep fascination and passion for storytelling.

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My Review

5 stars

Moira is on the run after it was discovered that she is a werewolf. She ends up in Trident Bay looking to get on a ship and gone but runs into Caspian. He tells her how a siorclan (sea monster) has been terrorizing the small village. Although her opinion of him is reserved, she decides to help him try to kill the siorclan. She ends up barely escaping and returns to Trident Bay. Caspian thinks she is special but when a wanted poster shows up saying that she is a werewolf he realizes that she is even more special than he first thought.

Moira is just trying to get to freedom when she is given a kill mission to get that freedom. Of course things go sideways and she finds herself exposed and hunted in the small village. I love how you come to feel even more for Moira. She is not just the hunter we came to know about her, here you feel everything she goes through and you just want her to get away safe. And it also looks like she has found an ally with Caspian.

I love how you come to care for Moira more and hope that she is going to escape this mess. Mind you the ending really threw me for a loop. Now I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank Author Marketing Experts for the opportunity to read and share this book.

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Eternity’s Echoes

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Eternity’s Echoes (Shade Master – 1) by Evan Hirson

Aaron was a promising software designer with an upcoming company. He shared a quaint house on the outskirts of town with his best friends; another young man and two girls.
They’d known each other since school, and lived together peacefully for years with few problems.
Travis the newcomer however had a dark way about him, and all of Aaron’s attempts to get along with him had failed.
But just as the household began to settle down again, a strange device with a peculiar attitude entered their lives.
Would it fulfill all of their dreams, or instead become a curse?

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My Review

3 Stars

Aaron, Jay, Kim, and Mara have been friends for a long time and are roommates. Of course each has their own perks and quirks but they all get along. But then there is Travis, he is Jay’s friend and has out lived his welcome and causes lots of drama. When things calm down they decide to explore the backyard with a metal detector and discover a strange time traveling device run by the AI Pris. After they find the Shade, then the book picks up speed as we learn about time travel, paradoxes, what can and cannot be done, and the consequences of their actions.

This is an interesting story but it has a few flaws that take away from it. I enjoyed the simple explanation of time travel but things seem to have gone sideways at a point. We also have five people that seem to have a wide variety of characteristics if they would have been developed.

Please don’t think that I’m bashing this book. It’s a quick read and has a quite basic story. It’s a rough start to a series abut I am curious enough to want to see what happens in the next book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank the Author for the opportunity to read and share this book.

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