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Title: By the Fates, Freed
Author: Patricia D. Eddy
Publisher: Published December 13th 2013 (first published June 6th 2013)
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Ealasaid My life is nothing but a nightmare. Imprisoned. Tortured. Used. I pray for death, but the Fates have other plans. Raven’s touch awakens me, saves me, sets my soul ablaze. He says he loves me, but I’m too damaged to love. When evil finds me once more, will my fear hold me prisoner? Or will Raven give me the strength to fight, to survive, to love? Warning: This book con Ealasaid My life is nothing but a nightmare. Imprisoned. Tortured. Used. I pray for death, but the Fates have other plans. Raven’s touch awakens me, saves me, sets my soul ablaze. He says he loves me, but I’m too damaged to love. When evil finds me once more, will my fear hold me prisoner? Or will Raven give me the strength to fight, to survive, to love? Warning: This book contains several graphic scenes of physical and sexual torture and is intended for readers over 18. The first two chapters are intended to be difficult to read and should not be read by sensitive readers. Please check out the Look Inside feature before purchasing.

30 review for By the Fates, Freed

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦

    review to come soon!

  2. 5 out of 5

    CS Stewart

    3 stars out of 5 I liked this story. It wasn't my favourite and at times reading on was more like a chore, but I did like it. I will start with the writing. Patricia Eddy definitely has a way with words. The descriptions were vivid and I loved how it flowed. I also LOVED the little bits of her own language in there (though it could just be any language other than English and I would be clueless). It just made it so exciting to read. My one little gripe is the use of the word "cock". It is my seco 3 stars out of 5 I liked this story. It wasn't my favourite and at times reading on was more like a chore, but I did like it. I will start with the writing. Patricia Eddy definitely has a way with words. The descriptions were vivid and I loved how it flowed. I also LOVED the little bits of her own language in there (though it could just be any language other than English and I would be clueless). It just made it so exciting to read. My one little gripe is the use of the word "cock". It is my second least favourite word. It even hurt for me to type it. But that is just my own little tick. Now the actual story. Not going to lie, I am not a fan of the whole post-trauma thing. Usually because our heroine gets tortured and then three chapters later she is right as freaking rain. Patricia has not done that, thank goodness. Ealasaid suffers after her torture, with flash backs and PTSD. The only criticism I do have here is that I feel her PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) needed to be explored better in depth. There were just a few things that made me think "no, if she was raped repetitively for a decade, brutally, any human contact would not be okay", but this was something that I rarely thought because Patricia did give us plenty in that aspect. The only other little factual 'glitch' I think would be the whole scarring thing. If she was so scarred on the outside, surely her va-jay-jay would also be scarred? Like how could she enjoy sex with heaps of scar tissue? But whatever, that wasn't what the book was about. THAT BEING SAID, I think that if Patricia DID go into too much with the PTSD then that is what the whole book would be about. And quite frankly, I do NOT want to read a book like that. I would find it devastating and sad and omg I just couldn't. So I am glad that she focused more on the plot than on that aspect :-) In terms of the plot, at some points I did find that it went a bit stagnant. It felt like it just dragged on for chapters at one point. But then the action would happen and BAM!!! Fast paced, intense, awesome. It was a very intriguing plot. I am interested to see where the rest of the story will lead. Also, it was a very lovey-dovey romancy book. Don't get me wrong: I love a good romance. But I am still a bitter single person, so I have a right to want to puke every now and then. So now I shall say a bit about the two main characters. Ealasaid How the F*CK do you say her name? Ella-sed? Eel-acid? WTF. I LOVED Ealasaid. Loved her. She was such a strong person, showing that you may be fearful and a little bit broken, but your strength isn't in how badass you are, but in how resilient you are. Such a truly inspirational character. I love her. On that topic, I especially love that she didn't just go from prisoner/slave to OMGILOVEYOUOMGILOVEYOUSOMUCH!!! when Raven rescued her. Good on her. I just wanted to give her kittens and flowers and braid her hair. Raven To be honest, when I first read his name my first thought was "That's So Raven". I liked him, he is totally my kind of hero.Eh, who am I kidding? I don't have a type. But I do love him. He isn't brooding or annoyingly or chauvinistic. He is just perfect. He is patient with Ealasaid and totally admits it when he is wrong and says sorry. So pretty much, he is the perfect man. Or he would be if he looked like this: Overall, I liked the book. More for the characters than the story, but definitely worth the read. Read as part of the "Paranormal, Fantasy, Dystopia and Romance Readers, Writers and Reviewers" group Read and Review thing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cheesecake

    Finally finished it and I wish I hadn't bothered. There was a warning of the violence contained herein, but it was more upsetting and (imo) more than needed to further the plot or create ambiance (unless the ambiance you wish to create is sickening). And the violence doesn't end in the first couple chapters as was suggested but continues almost constantly throughout the book. Frankly the long term effects of that kind of scarring is... well, not something you could EVER physically recover from, Finally finished it and I wish I hadn't bothered. There was a warning of the violence contained herein, but it was more upsetting and (imo) more than needed to further the plot or create ambiance (unless the ambiance you wish to create is sickening). And the violence doesn't end in the first couple chapters as was suggested but continues almost constantly throughout the book. Frankly the long term effects of that kind of scarring is... well, not something you could EVER physically recover from, thus straining and finally braking my 'suspension of disbelief'. For people with magical powers, they fall into the simplest of traps like the 3 Stooges. These are supposed to be uber powerful whatevers... sheesh. I guess I'd hoped the story would be intriguing enough to warrant the wallowing in horror, but no, it was like watching a Cronenberg movie... Nope, actually Cronenberg is worth the cringing ( thought provoking). Romantic?.... not. And why is all the sexual violence applied to women??? Just ick. I need to read something nice and fluffy now to scrub my brain clean.

  4. 4 out of 5

    laura8759

    Thanks You to Instafreebie for the pdf download of By The Fates Freed, By Patricia D. Eddy I never thought I would like paranormal/romance . This book was Amazing there was so much going on from witches and warlocks to humans and devils it had a lot of magic and romance with a lot of spells , I loved how raven would protect Ealasaid after rescuing her from being tortured in the beginning and she never knew what being free was i'm so happy he found his mate I would recommend this book to my frien Thanks You to Instafreebie for the pdf download of By The Fates Freed, By Patricia D. Eddy I never thought I would like paranormal/romance . This book was Amazing there was so much going on from witches and warlocks to humans and devils it had a lot of magic and romance with a lot of spells , I loved how raven would protect Ealasaid after rescuing her from being tortured in the beginning and she never knew what being free was i'm so happy he found his mate I would recommend this book to my friends and family I read this book over a five day period .

  5. 4 out of 5

    ♥ Ashleigh ♥ contrary to popular belief i'm not actually mad!

    So i managed to binge read almost all of this book in two days, finishing just before my deadline, like the champ i am..... Anyways have to say this book had its moments. Some of it was really well written, I felt drawn into the interesting world and characters. The 3 different races were brilliant, not original in idea, but well thought out and for the most part well executed. I love how passionate the witch race was and how horrendous and immoral the devil race was (even if i still think the nam So i managed to binge read almost all of this book in two days, finishing just before my deadline, like the champ i am..... Anyways have to say this book had its moments. Some of it was really well written, I felt drawn into the interesting world and characters. The 3 different races were brilliant, not original in idea, but well thought out and for the most part well executed. I love how passionate the witch race was and how horrendous and immoral the devil race was (even if i still think the name sounds weird) The human race was a little boring - but isnt that always the case? not that the human characters weren't great, but the race itself in comparison to the other two was a bit more bland. The characters where entertaining, though the amount of sex in this book is a tad ridiculous. If i recall correctly the book even opens up on a sex scene? Then we have some horrid rape and torture and more rape, plus a death. Two weeks later the victim is screwing her 'mate; like a bunny after being imprisoned in the above scenario for 10 years? yea pretty far fetched. Dont get me wrong the relationship was beautifully implemented and some of the things they said to each other gave me the feels, i just wished the author could have spread it (time period) out over a longer period, so the idea didn't seem so ridiculous, cause they did come off as a great couple that connected well. But the fact that the main character got over her severe abuse enough to have sex of her own free will in less than a month? nope i just can't run with that. Actually the book lost a star for this alone, even though besides the timing the after effects were handled rather well. The change of POV was flawless and very well done - the name above, at the beginning of a chapter was extremely handy, but the characters themselves had different 'inner voices' so you could tell when you started reading who's POV you were reading from. On another note i did notice a hint of Irish? Scottish throughout the book which i thought was a nice touch and something i rather enjoyed. I think Ireland comes off as a fairly magical place (must be the whole lepricorn thing) which mixed well with the rest on the story line, even though I'm under the impression the world is set in a completely made up place. The book could have possibly ended a littler earlier as well - not that i didn't enjoy reading it! - but the twist with the shackle and the sister? bit much on top of everything else. Overall a decent first book (if you can make it pass the brutal beginning and over look a few things) The characters made this book, and i enjoyed how the romance between the two main characters was innocent, we never seem to get enough of that in other adult books. yea it had its issues but the important thing is i enjoyed myself while reading and looked forward to picking up the book every time i put it down. I'm even looking forward to the next installment (though hopefully with less sex scene's). Oh also in case i didn't point it out enough - if you cant read about abuse (physical, sexual and mental) DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. It is VERY violent and pretty fucked up. i probably wouldn't recommend it, even though i did enjoy the book itself once getting past the first few chapters.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    Well what more could a girl want. witches. warlocks. devils and humans. This book has them all. The first two chapters are very intense I had tears in my eyes at the torture poor Ealasaid went through. It broke my heart .As she has given up on ever being rescued. Enters Raven a strong warlock that is her mate. He takes her home to help her heal and come back to her power. They are falling in love and mated . They must stop whoever wants her dead and as they work , they become stronger in love a Well what more could a girl want. witches. warlocks. devils and humans. This book has them all. The first two chapters are very intense I had tears in my eyes at the torture poor Ealasaid went through. It broke my heart .As she has given up on ever being rescued. Enters Raven a strong warlock that is her mate. He takes her home to help her heal and come back to her power. They are falling in love and mated . They must stop whoever wants her dead and as they work , they become stronger in love and in the end will they survive the onslaught . This is the first book I have read from Patricia Eddy. I was very happy with the storyline. Patricia wove a story that kept me turning pages and begging for the characters to find peace and happiness. I had tears rolling down my cheeks when I was reading about the torture poor Elasaid went through . Her fight to come back had me cheering. The characters were very well written and the flow of the story was so good . You were transported to the world that felt very old but also modern at the same time . You can feel the struggle of the main characters. the way that Elasaid is strong enough to pull herself together after the torture and the secret that Raven is keeping from. You just want to shout at him to tell her that she is his mate. It would make her strong I will warn you the graphic nature of the first two chapters in the book are very and I mean very intense. But once you get past those pages , you will find a beautiful love story with some magic and intrigue mixed in , Check this book out , I don't think you won't be disappointed . I wasn'ter . I know I did do a scream or two while reading this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Christy Wise

    I have to first disclose that this is not the genre I choose to read, in fact I had a strict no witches, vampires, werewolves or anything that hunts any of those policy. However when your friend writes and self publishes a book (and also names you in the acknowledgments) you at least purchase said book. I guiltily glanced at it a few times a day on my nightstand and was an outcast at girl's nights for a few months. I took it with me on a recent vacation hoping to at least start it. I read the wh I have to first disclose that this is not the genre I choose to read, in fact I had a strict no witches, vampires, werewolves or anything that hunts any of those policy. However when your friend writes and self publishes a book (and also names you in the acknowledgments) you at least purchase said book. I guiltily glanced at it a few times a day on my nightstand and was an outcast at girl's nights for a few months. I took it with me on a recent vacation hoping to at least start it. I read the whole thing in 2 days, like couldn't put it down, stayed too long in the sun, didn't attend touristy events to keep reading. The sex scenes made me sad I was so far from home, and the boyfriend. I can't wait for the next one, to the point that when Patricia tweets about writing one of her other books I am sad and usually reply with a harassing tweet. I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys paranormal romance, witches, love stories, or sex. Also to people that like to support small independent authors. Patricia is an inspiration and I am so proud to be her friend. #keepwriting

  8. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    By the fates, Freed by Patricia D. Eddy Not even halfway through I had to write this author and fuss. I was reading on my break and crying; my timer went off and I had to get myself together before I could get back to my desk. That is how good this book is! I really got into this book right away, the story of Elasaid the target of a powerful devil clan. They bind her, taking her name, her voice, and her magic. Shackled inside the cold, stone walls of the devil’s prison, tortured and abused, she pr By the fates, Freed by Patricia D. Eddy Not even halfway through I had to write this author and fuss. I was reading on my break and crying; my timer went off and I had to get myself together before I could get back to my desk. That is how good this book is! I really got into this book right away, the story of Elasaid the target of a powerful devil clan. They bind her, taking her name, her voice, and her magic. Shackled inside the cold, stone walls of the devil’s prison, tortured and abused, she pray for a death she knows will not come. A few times I had to give myself a break, some of these scenes were really intense, but the payoff and meeting Raven helped me get through some of the more 'raw' scenes. Raven, a warlock and powerful protector gives a casual promise to his king’s Council results in a life-changing discovery. He must free her the witch or his very life will be over. Freed, Elsaid must learn how to trust again. But Raven with the face of a dark angel is hiding something — a secret that will give the witch the strength to help her to fulfill her destiny. As she comes into her power, she will discover a pure truth that allows her to save herself and the man she loves. This is the first book in the By the Fates trilogy. Warning: This book contains disturbing and potentially offensive scenes including forced imprisonment, rape and physical and mental torture. Suitable for adult audiences only. The Good: This book is very well written, some of the 'raw' scenes I described above could have really turned me off, but they were tastefully done. You feel the heroine's pain, without being too weighed down. And later, when she is free, you will cry happy tears of joy with her as she discovers life. If that is not enough, than let me tell you that the characters are likeable and well written and the plot is a good pace so you can be introduced into this new world without having to go back to the beginning trying to define a term. I love bad guys and this had more than a few for me to choose from, Yay! Also a plus is the fact that there were no screaming errors; the book is well edited and there are no glaring plot holes either. This book is told in the first person narrative of both main characters, I know that a lot of people don’t care for first person; I'm not one of them. However, for those that do, I felt that the break-up of point view really helps with the FP. Diversity: Raven is Dusky, Marcus is dark skinned. Thank you for writing good diverse characters The bad: I just felt that the bad guys need a better comeuppance.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lorelai23

    *I was given this book in exchange for an honest review* Ealasaid has never known what it feels like to be free, on her sixteenth birthday she tries to run. The devil how has held her captive for years has been waiting for her sixteenth birthday, the day her magic and her aura come into full power. Ealasaid not only doesn’t escape her captivity is worse than anything she has ever endured, she has no voice, no magic, no name and now control over her own body. Years pass as she endures extreme phys *I was given this book in exchange for an honest review* Ealasaid has never known what it feels like to be free, on her sixteenth birthday she tries to run. The devil how has held her captive for years has been waiting for her sixteenth birthday, the day her magic and her aura come into full power. Ealasaid not only doesn’t escape her captivity is worse than anything she has ever endured, she has no voice, no magic, no name and now control over her own body. Years pass as she endures extreme physical, emotional and sexual abuse when one day the devil who owns her brings the wrong customer. Raven is disgusted that the devil would try to pay him in such a way, when he tries to free the witch there is a connection so strong Raven will do anything to free her. I enjoyed this story, the magic and the language wasn’t too confusing and the fight scenes were exciting and pulled you in. I sometimes have problems with this sort of story where the girl has been held captive and then she is just fine, within a week or two. Patricia doesn’t do that, Ealasaid’s progress and the trauma she faced through the years been held captive really show in every decision she makes. I struggled with the main characters name, just rolling over it but besides that I really liked this story, the relationships that progress through the book don’t feel forced and not only is the guy a hero and the girl, but they work as a team both using their strengths when needed. I look forward to reading the next one! **Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official. For more information regarding our reviews please visit our Fansite: www.facebook.com/NerdGirl.ng ***

  10. 5 out of 5

    Satarupa

    I got this book from the author, free of cost, in exchange of an honest review from my side which I'm thrilled to give. Firstly I would like to thank Patricia D. Eddy, author of By the Fates, Freed for giving me this wonderful opportunity of reading and reviewing this fabulous book. I really felt and enjoyed the story and loved it a lot. A story of true love and the battle against all odds to save and secure the one person who is not only your love but also your life. The story really touched me an I got this book from the author, free of cost, in exchange of an honest review from my side which I'm thrilled to give. Firstly I would like to thank Patricia D. Eddy, author of By the Fates, Freed for giving me this wonderful opportunity of reading and reviewing this fabulous book. I really felt and enjoyed the story and loved it a lot. A story of true love and the battle against all odds to save and secure the one person who is not only your love but also your life. The story really touched me and I cried as well as shed tears of joy along with Elasaid, the young witch who was held captive and was abused mentally, emotionally as well as physically for a long time but then Raven, a warlock frees her and she tastes the beauty of freedom and life. A great tale which is extremely well-written and the plot is well thought and executed. I loved the writing style of the author which really forged the emotional bond between myself and the well developed characters of the story. The suspense is well kept till the end the the mystery and dark secrets that the author introduced really spiced up the story and the revelations of dreaded secrets shocked the readers and surprised them totally. A fully recommended and must read for ya all and I hope that ya all will enjoy it as much as I did.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nelta

    Witches, warlocks, devils and humans....what more could you ask for.....Love, despair, brutality, hope, and did mention Love? All this is found in "By the Fates, Freed".....this is a wonderfully written book filed with action, romance and magic! Looking forward to the next book in this series....to see what the Fates have in store for Ealasaid and Raven.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    The beginning of this book was difficult to deal with, but what an amazing story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I would say first that there is a trigger warning, however the book is much more violent and dark than one would think. There is rape and PTSD issues throughout. Which makes sense, because the character was brutally raped for 10 years. So how could there not?? I enjoyed the writing. I think Eddy has a great way with words and I really felt connected initially to the story through the writing. It flowed very we I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I would say first that there is a trigger warning, however the book is much more violent and dark than one would think. There is rape and PTSD issues throughout. Which makes sense, because the character was brutally raped for 10 years. So how could there not?? I enjoyed the writing. I think Eddy has a great way with words and I really felt connected initially to the story through the writing. It flowed very well. But then it would lull for a couple of chapters. Then more action, lull, action. I get that it can't be action all the time, but I wish it hadn't lulled. But rather still be interesting, just not actiony. I also think it could have gone a little more in depth explaining how her PTSD worked. I'm very intrigued to understand character's brains and I'd really love to have picked apart Ealasaid's brain. Overall it was a book that I thought was interesting and sticking with it I am glad I got to the ending. Just beware of super violence and lulls.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    What an original world and an interesting tale. This story takes place in a world shared equally by humans, witches/warlocks and devils. Each has their own king and their own representative on the council. Ealasaid is an unusual witch who also has devil magic. Normally a child of two different races takes after only one. Ealasaid is witch prophecies were written about decades ago and there are powerful people who want to ensure the prophecy doesn't come to pass. There are some torture and rape sc What an original world and an interesting tale. This story takes place in a world shared equally by humans, witches/warlocks and devils. Each has their own king and their own representative on the council. Ealasaid is an unusual witch who also has devil magic. Normally a child of two different races takes after only one. Ealasaid is witch prophecies were written about decades ago and there are powerful people who want to ensure the prophecy doesn't come to pass. There are some torture and rape scenes at the beginning of the book. Most of the violence happens when she is unconscious. There are references to the abuse later in the story but not in any detail. The author does a great job of convincing the reader how a woman who had experienced such torture could be interested in a relationship. She also builds this incredible world full of mystery and culture. The plot is full of twists and turns you won't see coming. I definitely want to see where this story goes.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kat Ryker

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I normally don't read paranormal, so this book took me longer than normal to read. I enjoyed the story of Raven and Ealasaid and their binding love. I thought the story was well written and the characters were wonderfully developed. Other than being lost and not understanding some references, it was an enjoyable read. I believe the lack of understanding comes from not having read much paranormal in the past, I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I normally don't read paranormal, so this book took me longer than normal to read. I enjoyed the story of Raven and Ealasaid and their binding love. I thought the story was well written and the characters were wonderfully developed. Other than being lost and not understanding some references, it was an enjoyable read. I believe the lack of understanding comes from not having read much paranormal in the past, so some terms were strange to me. I did my best not to allow that to cloud my enjoyment of the book and would recommend this to anyone who is a fan of this genre. Patricia Eddy is a marvelous writer who can weave a story better than most. Enjoy!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh Reynolds

    This story comes in so hard and fast, I was almost thrown off balance. Some pretty nasty stuff happens to the main character in the first few chapters, but here's the thing: it happens so fast you never get the chance to truly connect or feel bad for her. Then the same thing happens when she meets Raven. BOOM they are mates and it's so clinical I never had that awwww moment. It's also so dry with all the spells and whatnot that I never got too excited about it. This is the 1st in a series, but I This story comes in so hard and fast, I was almost thrown off balance. Some pretty nasty stuff happens to the main character in the first few chapters, but here's the thing: it happens so fast you never get the chance to truly connect or feel bad for her. Then the same thing happens when she meets Raven. BOOM they are mates and it's so clinical I never had that awwww moment. It's also so dry with all the spells and whatnot that I never got too excited about it. This is the 1st in a series, but I probably will never read the others. It's a great concept, I just don't think it was executed that well.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Margaret

    Inprisoned all her life can she find freedom to be herself and come into the power she was destined for. Ealasaid was inprisoned with her mother when she was only days old. At sixteen she starts to gain her power and to stop it her captor kills her mother and put her in magical shackles and spells so she has no control of herself not even remembering her own name. She is freed by Raven a warlock who realizes she is his mate and who takes her to his home to recooperate. Can she recover from the ye Inprisoned all her life can she find freedom to be herself and come into the power she was destined for. Ealasaid was inprisoned with her mother when she was only days old. At sixteen she starts to gain her power and to stop it her captor kills her mother and put her in magical shackles and spells so she has no control of herself not even remembering her own name. She is freed by Raven a warlock who realizes she is his mate and who takes her to his home to recooperate. Can she recover from the years of trauma, torture and sexual abuse. A fast paced magical adventure to relax and enjoy. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chrisette Trevino

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Ealasaid begins life as a slave to the devil. .He takes control of her life when she turns sixteen, killing her mother. He uses her, names her slave, and shares her body with others. She was a witch and lost it when he collared her.Raven is introduced to her to pay a debt. He frees her. The devil clan of Kendrick is responsible for all the pain and suffering. Will she be collared again ? Will she be able to m I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Ealasaid begins life as a slave to the devil. .He takes control of her life when she turns sixteen, killing her mother. He uses her, names her slave, and shares her body with others. She was a witch and lost it when he collared her.Raven is introduced to her to pay a debt. He frees her. The devil clan of Kendrick is responsible for all the pain and suffering. Will she be collared again ? Will she be able to mate with Raven ? Will their sister Ami ever be safe ?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lorella Piras

    This story is the first in a new and promising series. it is a quite dark book with even some scenes of torture but it is so different and interesting that deserves to be read. The characters are well-rounded and interesting This story moved very fast. If you like paranormal or romantic fiction this is a must read! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Annette Drewett

    What a great story, action packed, full of intrigue, betrayal, hope and love. Such an exciting tale that was hard to put down. A little dark at the beginning, but finally Ealasaid & Raven overcome many hardships to be together, they deserve happiness. The action scenes are well written and keep your interest from start to finish. I look forward to reading the next book in this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gloriamarie

    I am always up for a good tale of make-believe, magic, the paranormal and this is not that story. I am really sad to say that because this had all the elements, but this author should not attempt to write paranormal/

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I like the book for the most part however I'm not a big fan of BDSM. The book is written very stark and vivid. It may not be for everybody. L.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    Actual rating: 2.75 stars

  24. 5 out of 5

    Yuliya

    Good book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Good interesting book, entertaining read. Recommend this book a lot.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lyssett Darby

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Love it!! Didn't want it to end. Will be rereading this book..

  26. 5 out of 5

    Teri

    Great story and it was very hard for me to put down. I am moving on to book 2. I loved all the characters and have to know what will happen in the next book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    jean

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is good to really keep you interesting yeah they're really pushing in makes you think what's gonna happen very good book to read

  28. 4 out of 5

    Scherrie

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. The storyline was slow and it never seemed to pick up for me.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Must read

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. I loved the story and felt that I was taken away to a different place. I loved reading about Ealasaid's adventure, and how she came into her own magic powers after being released and finding love. Great book.

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