Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
For Mia, life is looking good. She has found love with Nate, another like her, and with his help she is gaining control of her abilities and in the process discovering her true self. However, the arrival of a package will again turn her life upside down. Tricked into a world she wants nothing to do with, will Mia be able to save herself, and those she loves? More

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About Merilyn Dignum

I was born and raised in Adelaide, a city I love, where I still live with my husband and two Great Danes. I've done a bit of travelling but there's no place like home.

I do read a wide variety of genres but my first loves are Fantasy and Science Fiction which is probably why ‘Ties That Bond’ doesn’t quite fit comfortably into either genre yet happily sits in the grey area in between.

Also in Series: Ties That Bond


Review by: becca1605 on July 28, 2014 :
Deception was a great sequel to Ties that Bond and didn’t disappoint. In Deception we spend more time in the alternate universe which was really cool. We meet a different group of men who are the same as Mia’s men but in the alternate universe, eg. same name and looks. This gets fun when they meet each other! This book had a good mix of action, adventure, family ties, romantic notion and a whole lot on AI (artificial intelligence). This was really interesting in that there was a car who was an AI car and spoke/connected/bonded with Mia. Overall it was a great story and well worth the read.
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)
Review by: Stan Adelman on June 6, 2014 :
Once again, another winner. Since it had been so long since I read the first book in the series, I reread it prior to reading this one. Still, I was a bit confused at the beginning of Deceptions.

On the other hand, as I kept going through the book, the factors that confused me were resolved, and by the end of the book, everything made a great deal of sense. The characters are once again well-defined, and I identified with them right away. Given each person's context, their actions made a great deal of sense.

I strongly suggest that you read Ties before you read Deception.

I'm looking forward to reading the third book of the trilogy, and I hope that the delay between books 2 and 3 shorter than the delay was between books 1 and 2!
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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