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Dark Summer (Book I, Witchling Trilogy) ePub download

by Christine LePorte,Dafeenah Jameel,Lizzy Ford

  • Author: Christine LePorte,Dafeenah Jameel,Lizzy Ford
  • ISBN: 1623780276
  • ISBN13: 978-1623780272
  • ePub: 1929 kb | FB2: 1123 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Guerrilla Wordfare (August 16, 2012)
  • Pages: 250
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 912
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Dark Summer (Book I, Witchling Trilogy) ePub download

Sixteen-year-old Summer doesn't expect the new boarding school to be any different than the rest: a temporary stay where everyone will turn against her after . Get notified when Dark Summer (Book I, Witchling Series) is updated.

Sixteen-year-old Summer doesn't expect the new boarding school to be any different than the rest: a temporary stay where everyone will turn against her after a few weeks. Until she meets the rest of the students at this special school and realizes she's not the only one with magic in her blood. Accustomed to the concrete jungle of LA, she gets lost one night in the forests of the Rocky Mountains and meets Decker, the boy who will become the Master of Night and Fire on his eighteenth birthday.

Lizzy Ford - Katies Hellion (Rhyn Trilogy, Book One). No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the author. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Rhyn Trilogy book trailer for Katie's Hellion and Katie's Hope. I found this book to be a fun read, There were several characters that really relieved the tension that kept building. I absolutely loved this book

Rhyn Trilogy book trailer for Katie's Hellion and Katie's Hope. Also in Series: Rhyn Trilogy. Great beginning to another series of immortals by the author of the War Gods series. Definitely going to read the rest of the series. I read this book multiple times. I absolutely loved this book. From the first word to the last I was totally captivated.

The writing was excellent, I've been reading all of Lizzy Fords books since she started a mere 2-ish years ago and you can see how she has grown as story teller. Her stories are always excellent, but this one flowed very well, I think better than the others. The characters are ones you fall in love with.

This is the third book in the trilogy and from what I can find on the internet, there will be another book after i. Lizzy Ford writes paranormal romance beautifully and really knows how to weave a story.

This is the third book in the trilogy and from what I can find on the internet, there will be another book after it. PLUS a spin off series which I'm really excited about. You don't want the books to end and are sad when you are done just because there isn't anymore to it! The nice thing about her books in this series is that they could almost stand alone, each is a more indepth look into each of the 'brothers' lives and how they find love with these unique, strong women

Cover art and design by Dafeenah. She truly believed seeing my book in print would heal me. I still remembered the anguished look in her eyes when she realized it wouldn’t.

Cover art and design by Dafeenah. She had it published by a vanity publisher, I replied, mood souring.

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She rolled over, not recognizing where she was for a moment. The passionate night returned to her, and she sighed n the bed. She rose and dressed i. . She rose and dressed in his T-shirt, loving his scent on it. She followed the rose petals towards the stairs and down, finding her way to the kitchen. Decker had made a mess of the kitchen in his quest to make the burnt French toast and crispy bacon sitting on a plate on the counter. Summer sat at the breakfast bar and watched him, smiling. The tenderness and sensitivity.

A girl with a broken past and a dark secret. A boy with a twisted future and no second chances. When they meet, it just might cost them their souls. Sixteen-year-old Summer doesn’t expect the new boarding school to be any different than the rest: a temporary stay where everyone will turn against her after a few weeks. Until she meets the rest of the students at this special school and realizes she’s not the only one with magic in her blood. Accustomed to the concrete jungle of LA, she gets lost one night in the forests of the Rocky Mountains and meets Decker, the boy who will become the Master of Night and Fire on his eighteenth birthday. Their connection is instant and dangerous, for both will be forced to choose between Light and Dark, life and death, love – and their souls. One choice. One soul. One price.
Dranar
You follow Orphan Summer into discovering that magick exists and that she has a lot of it. But keep in mind, Summer is very stupid and gullible. She allows a misunderstanding (and they're explained or fairly obvious) to come between her and Decker. The back story to this is actually really interesting, even a little sad, as you discover what it takes to be the Master/Mistress of the Fire and Night and Master/Mistress of the Light. The struggled between Decker and Beck felt real, however Summer's casual discussion and ultimately of sex seems odd-like it doesn't really matter to her. Some of the plot points are predictable, but it can't be helped sometimes. Yet the magnitude of the consequences of them are nearly unexpected.
What kept this book from getting getting a higher rating is that there is a character called Sam who speaks telepathically. The author doesn't indicate this by italics or quotation marks, so it made hard for reading a scene that involved him. When he first came on the scene, I thought Decker was talking to himself. Also, the writing isn't bad, but it isn't good either. I think the author needs to come back to the book and work on it again. It almost reads like a first or second draft. It lacks finesse. I'm certain that if she did, this book would grow from being rough into a diamond in the rough. What saved the book from a 2 star rating was the ending. I did not expect that.
Stonewing
This was a great read! Captivating story of an orphan, feeling unloved and unworthy, moving to a new school. She is the outsider who doesn't plan to be around for long, until she meets people who are like her. Well done, and a terrific start to a series.
Dordred
***Spoilers will probably be said***

So, let me first start off by saying that it kept me intrigued enough by the end (mostly the last 20%) to get the next book. When starting the next book, I felt that I could have almost skipped this book all together because the second seems better done.

Problems: Editing issues, sentence flow issues, and scene issues. At one point Decker, Beck, and their mother are in the forest right outside of the school, but suddenly Decker retreats to another room upset. If they're in the forest...how can he go to another room? They aren't in a room in the first place, they are in the forest. I found it hard to keep reading the book. Another issue I have is all the POVs. Too many in my opinion. Also, what's with the whole "oogly" over Beck thing, still "oogly" even at the dance, but then it's all "I love you, Decker" (basically, just not said) suddenly? Their love happened really fast imho and I think they should have had time to grow together and get to know each other a bit better. Yes, I know. They have that connection spark, but that doesn't just make you love someone. This, to me, felt more like the 12-14 year old head over-heels crush/in love. I do feel that the characters should have acted a bit more their age.

By the end of the book, I still do not feel like I really know any of these characters. We didn't spend enough time with ONE, we kept going to different ones (their mom, Beck, Decker, Summer, etc). I feel we needed more time with one character than little bits from each.

It was a great idea, I just do not feel this book was executed well.
Parts of the last 20% of the book is why it got 3 stars instead of 2.
Qumenalu
No, no, no. What? Why? I can't even..... I'm speechless. It was going so well for Decker and Summer. And then everything went wrong. Now they have to start over. I really hope that everyone, standing in their way, get's punished. Especially Dawn! What a dreadful person. And Alexa! I'm almost sure, these two have worked together and killed Tarzan.
This book was truly amazing. Drawing me in from the start and didn't let go. My feelings was on a roller coaster ride through the whole book. I have to know what happens next and I'm happy that I don't have to wait for the next book. So, if you want to read a book full of emotions and aren't afraid of hating some of the characters, adoring others and the instant emotionally outbursts, this is your book.

***I received a copy of the book via NetGally in exchange for a fair review***
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