The Binding (Chronicles of Azaria #1)

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All Eliza Bryant wants is to avoid a Binding— a spell that compels lifelong bonds. But she's accidentally Bound to Ryan, a mysterious bounty-hunter. Now she's forced to stay by his side, else she'll turn into an Unbound; a soul-less husk. Between grappling with her false feelings and fleeing an unseen enemy, Eliza is determined to break her curse, and the key to freedom is closer than she thinks. More

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About Sam Dogra

Sam Dogra is fully qualified doctor working as a General Practitioner. Between reviewing patients, updating medication and being inundated with clinic letters, she also writes fantasy fiction and is a fantasy artist. She has published her two novels, The Binding and The Parting, with a third sequel in progress, and has co-written 'Fated: A Timeless Series Companion Novel' with author Lisa Wiedmeier.

She's widely traveled, and has enjoyed her visits to France, Germany, Norway, Greece, Egypt, Israel, Rhodes, Turkey, Cyprus, Lesvos, India, Dubai, Sri Lanka, Australia, Canada and Idaho, Washington, and Alaska, USA.

Her other main interest is fantasy art. You can view her gallery at http://sam241.deviantart.com

In what little spare time she has, Sam also enjoys reading, baking, shopping, watching movies and anime, astrology, video games, collecting cuddly toy animals, and photography.

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Review by: Holly Tuesday Baxter on March 8, 2014 :
The Binding tells a good story and is a compelling read. It's more of a romance than fantasy, although the world of Azaria is painted vividly and there does appear to be some magic afoot! It's unfortunate that most of the tension for the bulk of the story is based in the main character's dishonesty with each other, which is a plot device that becomes tiresome rather quickly. Dialogue is rich, and the author brings in a refreshing wit that livens up some chapters. In all, an enjoyable book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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