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A Foothold In Two Different Worlds, And No Safety In Either… I, Becka Rowan, live in a time of uneasy peace. A fragile truce stands between humans, shifters, and the fae-touched—those who turn inward to their Houses for loyalty and protection and live in isolation from the outside world. For an ungifted like me, that’s impossible to do. Born of the fae but not blessed with th A Foothold In Two Different Worlds, And No Safety In Either… I, Becka Rowan, live in a time of uneasy peace. A fragile truce stands between humans, shifters, and the fae-touched—those who turn inward to their Houses for loyalty and protection and live in isolation from the outside world. For an ungifted like me, that’s impossible to do. Born of the fae but not blessed with their powers, I’ve grown up as an outcast within the human world. Humans don’t trust people like me with fae heritage, and the fae don’t bother with the ungifted. I said screw it and embraced college, determined to make my own fate. Just when I thought I could start a prestigious internship and continue my quest to address interspecies conflict, someone murdered my twin sister, an adept illusionist and heir to our family lineage. So, I’m going back home to say goodbye. Back to House Rowan. I take a deep breath, knowing after a short few days I’ll return to the city, free again from the melodrama of the House I was raised in. There’s just one hitch in my plan—Quinn, a fae-touched member of the Enforcer’s Guild assigned to investigate the killing. Quinn doesn’t let the typical fae prejudices against the ungifted prevent him from staying close to me. Uncomfortably close. Besides, he needs my help to figure out what happened to my sister. How can I refuse? --- This is an Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance


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A Foothold In Two Different Worlds, And No Safety In Either… I, Becka Rowan, live in a time of uneasy peace. A fragile truce stands between humans, shifters, and the fae-touched—those who turn inward to their Houses for loyalty and protection and live in isolation from the outside world. For an ungifted like me, that’s impossible to do. Born of the fae but not blessed with th A Foothold In Two Different Worlds, And No Safety In Either… I, Becka Rowan, live in a time of uneasy peace. A fragile truce stands between humans, shifters, and the fae-touched—those who turn inward to their Houses for loyalty and protection and live in isolation from the outside world. For an ungifted like me, that’s impossible to do. Born of the fae but not blessed with their powers, I’ve grown up as an outcast within the human world. Humans don’t trust people like me with fae heritage, and the fae don’t bother with the ungifted. I said screw it and embraced college, determined to make my own fate. Just when I thought I could start a prestigious internship and continue my quest to address interspecies conflict, someone murdered my twin sister, an adept illusionist and heir to our family lineage. So, I’m going back home to say goodbye. Back to House Rowan. I take a deep breath, knowing after a short few days I’ll return to the city, free again from the melodrama of the House I was raised in. There’s just one hitch in my plan—Quinn, a fae-touched member of the Enforcer’s Guild assigned to investigate the killing. Quinn doesn’t let the typical fae prejudices against the ungifted prevent him from staying close to me. Uncomfortably close. Besides, he needs my help to figure out what happened to my sister. How can I refuse? --- This is an Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance

30 review for Twinned Shadow

  1. 5 out of 5

    C. Erani Kole

    *voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from the author* It's a 4.5 for me. I love that it took its time but didn't drag, and the details were potent enough to honestly give references if I ever wanted to draw the scenes out, and I like that. Becka was kicked out eight years ago for not having any gifts, something the fae consider dire as it's the only thing that separates them from the humans. She's had to survive on her own but she's had help from another outcast, and technically t *voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from the author* It's a 4.5 for me. I love that it took its time but didn't drag, and the details were potent enough to honestly give references if I ever wanted to draw the scenes out, and I like that. Becka was kicked out eight years ago for not having any gifts, something the fae consider dire as it's the only thing that separates them from the humans. She's had to survive on her own but she's had help from another outcast, and technically the House pay for her expenses, though with the involuntarily price of taking in any magical children she may have. (She can't go with them, obs.) But she's endured and adapted and has come out better for it. Becka's finally begun to seen the fruits of her labor, and it all goes awry when her father calls her back home for her twin sister's funeral. I thought the author did a good job at showing her grief without it overpowering the rest of the necessary things. Like... this story started off as a sad funeral for a loved one but it slowly turned into a mystery to be solved, one full of anticipation and side romance (without all the first-love spiels). And then there was that craziness that you couldn't really tell who was against her and who was genuinely there to help her. The way they treated her made me sick and I honestly don't know how she didn't lose her control, but she kept it cool most of the time. By the end of the story, you kind of get an idea of what her family is really like, and for some of them, I find them more interesting that frustrating, and I think I saw a bit of character development by the last few pages? It ends on a twist that makes you want to read the next book I love how much I got out of this. It didn't blow through the plot and it took its time with the people and world-building. There wasn't an info-dump and it grew organically when the scene called for knowing about something, otherwise it made you feel like you were in suspense. It's a definite recommend.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kylie

    Becka Rowan is an ungifted, born fae but not blessed with powers. Her family, the House of Rowan, has labeled her an outcast and she's sent to live in the human world. The humans know about fae-touched and shifters, and don't regard them well in society. Becka refuses to let that keep her limited and tries to go to college and seek internship opportunities where they don't worry as much about her being fae. Her life however, is turned upside down when get "gifted" twin sister is found murdered. Becka Rowan is an ungifted, born fae but not blessed with powers. Her family, the House of Rowan, has labeled her an outcast and she's sent to live in the human world. The humans know about fae-touched and shifters, and don't regard them well in society. Becka refuses to let that keep her limited and tries to go to college and seek internship opportunities where they don't worry as much about her being fae. Her life however, is turned upside down when get "gifted" twin sister is found murdered. The House of Rowan invites Becka back for the funeral rights as is custom amoung the fae, but the killer is still out there and who knows if she'll be next. Quinn, a fae-touched member of the Enforcer's Guild is sent to investigate the death of Becka's twin and to keep an eye on Becka so she doesn't become the next victim. I was hooked from the beginning with this story and did not want to put it down. I loved the idea that the humans, fae and shifters all knew about each other and the feel was more modern day then most stories. I liked Becka a lot. Her family basically disinherited her in her teens and she was sent to live in the human realm with an aunt who was also disinherited. Becka has given up being upset about her predicament and has instead tried to enjoy the freedoms of making her own choices and living her own life. The only thing keeping Becka tied to her past is her twin sister Tesse, who she secretly keeps in contact with. When Becka finds out Tesse is dead she is absolutely devastated and returns to her former home in the fae lands. There here fae family is obnoxious, rude and just plain mean to her because she's an outcast. I loved how she very rarely held her tongue and basically told them off when they were being rude to her, or did little things like wearing black instead of the traditional grey to the funeral rights. Even as the story progressed and she was forced to spend more time in the fae world, I loved how she stood up for herself and refused to be twisted back into their world. Quinn was also a well written character who kept me guessing constantly. I could never quite make up my mind if he was on Becka's side or the killer himself. There were several other characters that Candice Bundy has you seconded guessing time and time again on how they are involved. I was actually not expecting the person that the actual killer turns out to be. Although I did feel the ending was slightly rushed, after all the build up we had to the killer, I did enjoy how the story came to an end and small cliffhanger left open. I look forward to reading the sequel and hope it comes out soon. I received and advanced reader copy from Hidden Gems in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kreela

    I read both the Preview (Shadow in the City) and “Twinned Shadows” back to back. What a unique concept: two twin Fae sisters, one destined to be the Heir of House Rowan, and one exiled to human areas. In “Shadow in the City” the two sisters meet surrepticiously through texting and then have a lunch together. Tesse is described as lavender petals in motion, the prose making me feel the magic. But all is not well this alternative universe. Although humans, Fae, and Shifters have created a super-po I read both the Preview (Shadow in the City) and “Twinned Shadows” back to back. What a unique concept: two twin Fae sisters, one destined to be the Heir of House Rowan, and one exiled to human areas. In “Shadow in the City” the two sisters meet surrepticiously through texting and then have a lunch together. Tesse is described as lavender petals in motion, the prose making me feel the magic. But all is not well this alternative universe. Although humans, Fae, and Shifters have created a super-police force to keep the peace, it is uneasy. Humans treat the Fae like we have always treated the conquered after a war: as second-class citizens. Shifters are present but frankly, I don’t think Candice Bundy placed enough depth behind their society interactions to mention them. AI-driven cars and cell phones indicate this is a world placed about 20 years in our future....maybe. Unlike Tess, who grew up a Princess, trained in Illusions and grace, Becka has lived a scrappy life. She is pursuing a doctorate but faces discrimination and oddly, drug-addicted (fae blood) humans on the streets. She knows to avoid the alleys and shadows. Becka saves Tessa from one abusive situation (which was a macabre dinner-hour debate), but Tessa later is murdered. Shocked and confused, she accepts her father’s request to attend a funeral, and mistakenly thinks Quinn is her ride. LOL, I don’t want to give the rest away, but the story is half murder-investigation and half a rebellion against tradition and place. Becka is constantly being sought as a lab rat. Seriously, read the Internship interview: she needs to ask if she is the one involved in the study, or IS the subject of the study. Ewww. There is an unwashed part of society in both human and fae areas. The romance between Quinn and Becka is hot but limited to groping and kissing (no TMI). I absolutely want to see it develop. It is also refreshing to see a policeman or detective portrayed in a positive way. The other supporting characters have depth and motivations, too. However, I did not see enough of Aunt Lydia. I want more! I want to hear more about the shifters, too. There is so much still to develop. Although this story seems complete it is obvious that more has been written and plotted out. There are unanswered questions, especially now that Becka has to take on the roll of Heir. Oops. I could say more, but you need to read this.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Donadee's Corner

    Candice Bundy – Shadow Series Bk 1 – Twinned Shadow – Reviewed 1/13/20 – Read 1/12/20 Outcasted, Devesting Murder, Unexpected results all lead to a drastic change for Becka! Tested and found ungifted (no powers), Becka Rowan was outcasted from the Fae community, never to see her twin sister or family again. Or so she thought! For eight years she had made her way in the human world with schooling and now a chance at an internship to help change the relationship between Fae and humans. Then, the fat Candice Bundy – Shadow Series Bk 1 – Twinned Shadow – Reviewed 1/13/20 – Read 1/12/20 Outcasted, Devesting Murder, Unexpected results all lead to a drastic change for Becka! Tested and found ungifted (no powers), Becka Rowan was outcasted from the Fae community, never to see her twin sister or family again. Or so she thought! For eight years she had made her way in the human world with schooling and now a chance at an internship to help change the relationship between Fae and humans. Then, the fateful call from her father, telling her that her twin sister had been murdered. She was to return immediately to the funeral. After she takes her final leave with her sister, she’ll be able to return to the world that she has finally created for herself. The escort that they send to bring her back, hmm he is delicious looking. Quinn is fae-touched, and he is a member of the Enforcer’s Guild assigned to investigate her sister’s death. Even though she is ungifted, Quinn insists that he will let no harm come to her. Together they work to find the killer. Unexpected things start to happen to Becka that would all lead to the drastic change in her life, that she never expected nor after all this time did she want. What happens??? Is she in danger?? Will her life ever be the same again?? What did I like? It has been a while since I have ventured into the world of the Fae, shifters and the magical realm. It was refreshing and what a mystery did it turn out to be. I enjoyed the characters and the turn of events was quite unexpected. What will you like? Wow, exciting, mystery, intrigue, deception, and new beginnings!! The characters are amazing and unique. The twists and turns are quick and certainly intriguing. The mystery begins on page one and builds all the way through. I love the descriptions and the details that Candice included. They were so descriptive, that I felt like I was right there. I could smell the forest and hear the birds in the trees. Excellent storyline and well thought out. The great thing is, this is just book one… just think of all the things that are to come!!! • File Size: 3084 KB • Print Length: 249 Pages • Release Date: January 13, 2020 • Genre: Supernatural Thrillers, Paranormal, Suspense, Paranormal & Urban Fantasy

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lora Shouse

    This is a pretty good book, but it leaves you wanting more. Becka is fae-touched, but she has been cast out of fae territory because she is ‘ungifted,’ i.e. she has no magical powers beyond enhanced senses that all fae have. Since she has been living in the human world, she has adapted and is even thriving, having continued her studies until she is nearing the point of getting her Ph.D. She wants to work on ways of improving human-fae relations, which are currently not too good. Her life is sudden This is a pretty good book, but it leaves you wanting more. Becka is fae-touched, but she has been cast out of fae territory because she is ‘ungifted,’ i.e. she has no magical powers beyond enhanced senses that all fae have. Since she has been living in the human world, she has adapted and is even thriving, having continued her studies until she is nearing the point of getting her Ph.D. She wants to work on ways of improving human-fae relations, which are currently not too good. Her life is suddenly interrupted when she receives news of her twin sister’s tragic death. Her family wants her to return home for the funeral. But they don’t treat her very well when she comes. She is escorted home by Quinn, a member of an organization that functions something like fae police. He is more handsome than any detective has a right to be. He is also annoying. But he is using Becka’s return home to investigate Tessa's death, and Becka desperately wants to find her sister’s killer. She agrees to help Quinn in his investigation if he will tell her what he already knows. In the process of investigating and attending a week’s worth of funeral events in Tessa’s honor, Becka discovers that she has somehow acquired powers after all, and is unexpectedly welcomed back into the family (although not very warmly). Her re-admittance to the family places her in the position of becoming her mother’s heir. It also means she is automatically engaged to her late sister’s fiancé. And, it seems, it means her life is now in danger from whoever killed her sister. Are all her dreams about to be shattered?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Linda Walters

    INTENSE, is one good way to describe this book. INSANE..and insanely good is another way to describe it. Awesome World building definitely fits as well. Complex people in the story, a lot of them with so many rigid rules. It didn't take me long to become "Team Becka" all the way! Becka went through quite the struggle to find herself. She had so much disapproval to go through and it wasn't over yet. But now she refuses to let others take that uniqueness, that freedom away from her. Becka had lear INTENSE, is one good way to describe this book. INSANE..and insanely good is another way to describe it. Awesome World building definitely fits as well. Complex people in the story, a lot of them with so many rigid rules. It didn't take me long to become "Team Becka" all the way! Becka went through quite the struggle to find herself. She had so much disapproval to go through and it wasn't over yet. But now she refuses to let others take that uniqueness, that freedom away from her. Becka had learned to be very direct after being in the human world. She despised all the drama that seemed to be a essential part of the Fae world. Quinn, Quinn, What are you up to? Can you be trusted? One minute I thought, yes and then another moment I wasn't so sure. He definitely keeps everyone on their toes. Especially Becka who so WANTS to fully trust him. The action, mysteries, plots and dangers kept me on the edge of my seat. The emotions are well done here especially Becka's grief over her twin sister's murder. But brace yourself that's not the only emotions flowing in this book. Many questions are answered here but there is also a MAJOR threat revealed that had been hidden for a very long time. That adventure continues in Book 2, "Poisoned Shadow" and I'm ready to read on! "I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.”

  7. 5 out of 5

    Laure

    Becka Rowan is one of the fae-touched. When she was a teenager it was discovered that she had no magical talent, she became outcast, and was shipped off to live in a human city. Beck knew she would never return to the the House of Rowan, her ancestral home, but her twin sister was murdered and she has been invited to return so she can say goodbye. Beck didn't expect to be escorted by a fae-touched member of the Enforcer's Guild named Quinn, or the unexpected attraction she feels toward him. She Becka Rowan is one of the fae-touched. When she was a teenager it was discovered that she had no magical talent, she became outcast, and was shipped off to live in a human city. Beck knew she would never return to the the House of Rowan, her ancestral home, but her twin sister was murdered and she has been invited to return so she can say goodbye. Beck didn't expect to be escorted by a fae-touched member of the Enforcer's Guild named Quinn, or the unexpected attraction she feels toward him. She quickly realizes that her sister's death is murder, and Quinn is there to investigate. She will also make it clear that she wants to be involved in the investigation, and that she wants to help find the person responsible for her sister's death. Wow! Unique, compelling and well written characters. Becka and Quinn will face a dangerous fae with and agenda. Magic, murder, mystery, and some suspense, in a fascinating world. Fantastic book, I loved it! I am voluntarily leaving an honest and non-incentivized review of this ARC from Hidden Gems Books.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    Twinned Shadow: The Shadow Series book 1 by Candice Bundy is a 5 star read. Becka Rowan is fae touched but she posses no magic, 8 years ago she was cast out to live in the human world where she was mostly shunned for her fae heritage, her twin sister Tesse is murdered on the day of her engagement and Becka is summoned home for the funeral. Becka no longer fits in with the fae but for her twin’s memory she tries a little, but her life is about to change in many ways that Becka may not be ready fo Twinned Shadow: The Shadow Series book 1 by Candice Bundy is a 5 star read. Becka Rowan is fae touched but she posses no magic, 8 years ago she was cast out to live in the human world where she was mostly shunned for her fae heritage, her twin sister Tesse is murdered on the day of her engagement and Becka is summoned home for the funeral. Becka no longer fits in with the fae but for her twin’s memory she tries a little, but her life is about to change in many ways that Becka may not be ready for. Quinn is a fae enforcer who works with human’s, shifter’s and the fae, when he shows up to escort Becka home he believes she can lead him to her sisters murderer but he is hiding many secrets of his own. I really loved this story, the characters were great and the storyline flowed wonderfully I can’t wait until the next book is released. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristy

    Bekca has been away from fae court life for years ever since she was found too have know talent but that all changes when her twin Tessa is killed now mysterious things are happening around her that have to do with magic a secret society is after now too. One man will try to protect her another will seek to destroy her and when the magic is gone will she walk away from love to take her sisters place as heir as well as her sisters betrothed as her husband. Magic,intrigue and more mystery to come Bekca has been away from fae court life for years ever since she was found too have know talent but that all changes when her twin Tessa is killed now mysterious things are happening around her that have to do with magic a secret society is after now too. One man will try to protect her another will seek to destroy her and when the magic is gone will she walk away from love to take her sisters place as heir as well as her sisters betrothed as her husband. Magic,intrigue and more mystery to come with a cliffhanger at the end. I was allowed to read and advance copy of this book via Booksprout and this is my honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Who can she really trust? Totally loved this book. Definitely want to read the next one. Becka has been an outcast for the last eight years from her guild for being ungifted. When her twin sister dies she is invited back for the funeral so she can say goodbye to her sister and her closure. This is just the start of her life turning upside down, since she finds out her sister was killed and she has an unrequested escort/guard just in case the killer is after her as well. This is a must read to find Who can she really trust? Totally loved this book. Definitely want to read the next one. Becka has been an outcast for the last eight years from her guild for being ungifted. When her twin sister dies she is invited back for the funeral so she can say goodbye to her sister and her closure. This is just the start of her life turning upside down, since she finds out her sister was killed and she has an unrequested escort/guard just in case the killer is after her as well. This is a must read to find out how Becka handles everything and whether she gets the closure she wants or if life is more complex then anyone can imagine.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Caroline Doig

    This is my 1st read and review for this author and what a fantastic story I enjoyed it. Becka is a Fae Touched she has no magical powers so she’s exiled and taken to live with the humans away from her family and her twin sister, Becka gets on with her life until she gets a call that her sister is dead so Becka is allowed to go back home to House Rowan to say goodbye but that’s not enough for Becka she wants to find her sisters murderer. Quinn who is a member of the Enforcers Guild is there to in This is my 1st read and review for this author and what a fantastic story I enjoyed it. Becka is a Fae Touched she has no magical powers so she’s exiled and taken to live with the humans away from her family and her twin sister, Becka gets on with her life until she gets a call that her sister is dead so Becka is allowed to go back home to House Rowan to say goodbye but that’s not enough for Becka she wants to find her sisters murderer. Quinn who is a member of the Enforcers Guild is there to investigate the murder and Becka tells him that she is going to help wether he likes it or not. Fantastic story I loved it and I highly recommend this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Karas Jim

    This book disappointed me a lot, because even thought it initially attempts to portray racism and interracial relationships in a fantastical setting, as it turns out, it ends up focusing on the love interests and personal anxieties of the main heroine. I did not think this book would end up like the Twilight Saga or Fifty Shades of Gray, and honestly, it felt quite bad. Just another coming-of-age, "love me even though we mustn't" kind of book, really. This book disappointed me a lot, because even thought it initially attempts to portray racism and interracial relationships in a fantastical setting, as it turns out, it ends up focusing on the love interests and personal anxieties of the main heroine. I did not think this book would end up like the Twilight Saga or Fifty Shades of Gray, and honestly, it felt quite bad. Just another coming-of-age, "love me even though we mustn't" kind of book, really.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Good start to a new fae series. Twin sisters, one gifted and one not on separate paths. Until Becka receives news of her twin and heir to the family is murdered. Hoping to return to the life she created after the funeral, her plans are dashed by Quinn a member of the Enforcer’s Guild who has been assigned to investigate the murder. Now they must work together to find the killer. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Danni

    Omg I was so engrossed in this book. The writing and character development were fantastic. I want to read more of the romance as well, I hope everything pans out. Absolutely can’t wait to read the next book!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Milligan

    This is well written! Amazing characters! And exciting story line! I think this will be an amazing series! I cannt wait to see what happens next!!😍😍😮😮😍😍

  16. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    I lost sleep, and did the infamous 'one more chapter' lie every time. I always needed to see what was next, and couldn't put the book down. I can't wait to see what happens next! (5 star story, but for honesty had to drop it, half a star to a star do to errors throughout) *I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I lost sleep, and did the infamous 'one more chapter' lie every time. I always needed to see what was next, and couldn't put the book down. I can't wait to see what happens next! (5 star story, but for honesty had to drop it, half a star to a star do to errors throughout) *I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Betsy

    Twinned shadows I enjoyed the plot of the story. I enjoyed the idea of twin fairies even though one has a sad ending. The twists were good. I would have liked a better ending for the sister. Becca on the other hand was a very strong strong individual. I would recommend this book to those who like a murder mystery mixed with their fairy tale.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rosie Rizk

    Having never shown magical abilities in her youth, Becka was outcast from her family and forced to live among humans. Several years later, she returns for her twin sister's unexpected funeral. During her short stay, Becka hopes to uncover the mysteries behind her sister's murder, yet what she reveals will change her own life forever. This wasn't completely what I was expecting. I thought the book would be set among a fae society, and to a certain extent, it was. The fae touched had a rigid socia Having never shown magical abilities in her youth, Becka was outcast from her family and forced to live among humans. Several years later, she returns for her twin sister's unexpected funeral. During her short stay, Becka hopes to uncover the mysteries behind her sister's murder, yet what she reveals will change her own life forever. This wasn't completely what I was expecting. I thought the book would be set among a fae society, and to a certain extent, it was. The fae touched had a rigid social structure, ruled by ancient laws of etiquette and tradition. However, it ignored certain major fae cultural rules, such as being unable to lie, having fatal allergic reactions to iron, or the dangers of acknowledging thanks. So, they weren't too different from their human counterparts. But the setting was still interesting and unique. Becka was a strong and self-confident character. The plot was well written, and an enjoyable read. While there was an insta-crush, they didn't rush into a relationship, which I appreciated. I don't know if I would be interested in continuing this series, but it was a good read. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dora

    Becka had been certified ungifted so, according to Fae’s custom and laws, she had been deposed and banished to the human world. Independent and strong-willed Becka had made a new life for herself until her twin sister's fate brought her back giving a new twist to her life that created a situation of suspicion, mistrust and potential danger for her life. A dark and mysterious threat from the past was lurking in the shadows and it seemed that partnering with Enforcer Quinn was her only way to be s Becka had been certified ungifted so, according to Fae’s custom and laws, she had been deposed and banished to the human world. Independent and strong-willed Becka had made a new life for herself until her twin sister's fate brought her back giving a new twist to her life that created a situation of suspicion, mistrust and potential danger for her life. A dark and mysterious threat from the past was lurking in the shadows and it seemed that partnering with Enforcer Quinn was her only way to be safe and investigate what was really happening. But doubts were still present and her feelings for him were making things harder not to mention her new forced betrothed. Liked the intriguing characters and the mystery around Becka. A force to reckon, that she was! Action, suspense, magic, intrigue, darkness, violence and romance. First book that I read from this author and liked the writing style that had me intrigued. Going for the next. Voluntarily reviewed this copy that I liked and received from StoryOrigin.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michelle VanDaley

    This book was hard for me to get into. When I enventually did I found it to be a decent story overall. The world building was good but I felt like the charcters had no depth. I did not connect with them. I would most likely give the second book a chance

  21. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Latchaw

    Ok Book I enjoyed this book, but it did drag at times. There were a few cliffhangers, enough to keep my interest. Not sure if I will read the following books.

  22. 5 out of 5

    The Book Fling

    I'm reviewing this book after receiving a free copy. It took a few chapters for me to get into this book. Once I did, it was an interesting read. It was fast paced and the twists were fascinating. I do wish there was better character development. I felt like Becka, the MC, made choices that didn’t fit with her original character, which, made me dislike the ending. I would be interested in the second book. Hopefully we'd learn more then! Check out More of my reviews on Instagram @the.book.fling I'm reviewing this book after receiving a free copy. It took a few chapters for me to get into this book. Once I did, it was an interesting read. It was fast paced and the twists were fascinating. I do wish there was better character development. I felt like Becka, the MC, made choices that didn’t fit with her original character, which, made me dislike the ending. I would be interested in the second book. Hopefully we'd learn more then! Check out More of my reviews on Instagram @the.book.fling

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    I am not quite sure what to say about this book. The beginning left me confused and I struggled to keep up from there. Questions continued to develop in my mind but I figured they would be answered at some point. I found myself continuing to read as to not leave a story unfinished. I had to know what happened because maybe, just maybe, it would all make sense to me at the end. I would find myself slowly getting into the story and then something new would happen that would throw me off and lose my I am not quite sure what to say about this book. The beginning left me confused and I struggled to keep up from there. Questions continued to develop in my mind but I figured they would be answered at some point. I found myself continuing to read as to not leave a story unfinished. I had to know what happened because maybe, just maybe, it would all make sense to me at the end. I would find myself slowly getting into the story and then something new would happen that would throw me off and lose my interest. I also found that, for me, the characters at their core were not relatable or all that interesting. With that said, I did manage to find myself angry for Becca once or twice but that was it. In the end, I have no idea whatsoever what I read. The book seemed to introduce the story then give many unnecessary details only to not give me a real resolution that would prompt the need to continue the story by reading any following books. Normally I’d want to know what happens next but I am just glad that it is over. I gave it two stars for the simple fact that it caught my attention a handful of times. **I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Danny Wilkerson

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nuance

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tayra Sanders

  27. 4 out of 5

    library4one

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Megan

  30. 5 out of 5

    Runa

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