Cecilia Robert

Biography

I write YA, NA and Adult. My motto: Passion rules. I enjoy writing stories about people finding love in the most unexpected of places,and also about people finding their true purpose in life coupled with adventurous journeys, whether it's urban, fantasy, sci-fi, contemporary or paranormal romance. There's always a happy ever after, no matter how long it takes for the characters to get there. When I'm not working in my full time job, I don my supermom cape, or in most cases find myself trapped between the pages of a book in search for a hero who'll make me swoon with just a look or a word. My favourite form of therapy is knitting. Best. Therapy. Ever.

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Books

A Need So Insatiable
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 98,540. Language: English. Published: March 12, 2014. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
After her father's death, Sophie is left with huge debts to pay, and is also dealing with her rebellious, younger sister. But now a worse threat looms close. Rafael Van Rees controls every aspect of his life, until Sophie enters his life, spinning his world out of control. And now one person he has been avoiding, threatens Sophie's life.He will stop at nothing to protect her, even if it kills him
Homecoming: A Cloaked Devices Short Story (Cloaked Devices 0.5)
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 44,230. Language: English. Published: October 17, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
(4.40 from 5 reviews)
Five years after Sera Czedar left her home after a mating ceremony gone bad, her mate, Levian Grayson finally tracks her down. He will do anything to take his runaway mate back home with him.

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  • Asha on Oct. 05, 2011

    First of all, I would like to say that I'm a big fan of Kevis. I've had the chance to read his books (Bounty Hunter series) and enjoyed the flow of words, his prose. He has a way of describing that one feels as if you with the character, experience what she's experiencing. Asha: The cover; I love it! Prose; love it I enjoy reading dark fantasy, and this one didn't dissapoint. Asha is not your typical 15 year old teenager. She possesses the soul of a demon. I like her strong voice and character and her compassion towards her mom. I enjoyed the interaction between Asha and Morgana. made her seem more alive. At the end of the story ( I didnt want it to end, I wanted more) I could darkness unleashed as her power awakened. Overall, I enjoyed reading this story.Good work, Kevis. Would love to read what happens after her power after. Her revenge.
  • The Lost Immortals: When Copper Suns Fall on Dec. 07, 2011

    Thank you Ms. Leigh for giving me a chance to read this book. This is a wonderful story, starting with the beautiful cover to the essence of the story. I enjoyed reading this book a lot, and now that I am through, I’m going to catch up on my sleep. That’s how good the book was as I read page after page, eager to know what happened next. The story starts off slow as Ms. Leigh gives us a view of the world she has created. The story is built around a dystopian society where rules are the order of the day. Chela the 15 year old female protagonist is determined to find out what happened to her brother who has been lying in a coma for one year after an accident and infection of the glutovirus. As her 16th birthday draws closer, she stops taking her medication provided by the government thinking back on words her brother had warned her about the medications and is more resolute to investigate the events that might have led to her brother being where he is. She meets two boys; The mysterious Faris who has a secret of his own and becomes her Protector, and Seth who also has a secret of his own and wants her for his own purposes. They completely change the way she sees life, and leads to her finding out who she really is, the role she is meant to play in life and difficult choices she has to make. Ms. Leigh created characters I fell in love with, even the minor characters in the story. Chela’s character development was well drawn out. At first we see a girl who abides by the rules and is shy, though determined. As the story advances, we catch a glimpse of her growth, as she realizes her full potential and fights to protect the people she loves, even with the huge responsibility hanging over her head. I enjoyed how she weaved the story, her descriptions of the world through Chela’s senses. I look forward to When Copper Suns Fall follow-up story and I highly recommend it.
  • The Lost Immortals: When Copper Suns Fall on Dec. 07, 2011

    Thank you Ms. Leigh for giving me a chance to read this book. This is a wonderful story, starting with the beautiful cover to the essence of the story. I enjoyed reading this book a lot, and now that I am through, I’m going to catch up on my sleep. That’s how good the book was as I read page after page, eager to know what happened next. The story starts off slow as Ms. Leigh gives us a view of the world she has created. The story is built around a dystopian society where rules are the order of the day. Chela the 15 year old female protagonist is determined to find out what happened to her brother who has been lying in a coma for one year after an accident and infection of the glutovirus. As her 16th birthday draws closer, she stops taking her medication provided by the government thinking back on words her brother had warned her about the medications and is more resolute to investigate the events that might have led to her brother being where he is. She meets two boys; The mysterious Faris who has a secret of his own and becomes her Protector, and Seth who also has a secret of his own and wants her for his own purposes. They completely change the way she sees life, and leads to her finding out who she really is, the role she is meant to play in life and difficult choices she has to make. Ms. Leigh created characters I fell in love with, even the minor characters in the story. Chela’s character development was well drawn out. At first we see a girl who abides by the rules and is shy, though determined. As the story advances, we catch a glimpse of her growth, as she realizes her full potential and fights to protect the people she loves, even with the huge responsibility hanging over her head. I enjoyed how she weaved the story, her descriptions of the world through Chela’s senses. I look forward to When Copper Suns Fall follow-up story and I highly recommend it.