Sword: Allie's War Book Three

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After losing her husband only months earlier, Allie finds herself the new official face of the seer race, fighting to prevent humans and seers from exploding into all-out war. But her husband, Revik, isn’t really gone. Instead he’s transformed into someone she barely knows. Unlike her, he wants war...and revenge...and will do whatever it takes to bring the human civilization to its knees. More

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Published by White Sun Press
Words: 167,100
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452437552
About JC Andrijeski

JC Andrijeski is a USA Today bestselling author who writes sexy and supernatural romantic suspense and mystery books, often with a metaphysical bent. JC has a background in journalism, history and politics, travels extensively and has lived abroad in Europe, Australia and Asia, and from coast to coast in the continental United States. She currently lives and writes full time in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Review by: Susie Williams on April 18, 2012 :
As with the previous two books, the third in the series continues the story of Allie and Revik, who we find has been split in much the same way as his nemesis leading to another great storyline.

Again I could not put this down and read it in one sitting, stopping only to eat - which is the best thing about being on holidays
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jessa Callaver on March 24, 2012 :
Another thrilling ride with an ending you will never see coming. I'm on Book III and can't help but feel as if I've hardly delved into this story; as if, however good, the best may be yet to come in this series!

In this installment we see our protagonist, Alyson, confronted with the violence and brutality of the human-seer war. Thrust into this confusing and never clear-cut reality, she is forced to make a decision between her beliefs and her loyalty to the man - now the man AND the boy - who holds her heart; to maneuver between what is right and what is wrong as the lines grow ever-blurrier around her.

A thrilling read and a cliffhanger if there ever was one. Can't wait to see what happens next!! Kickbutt series!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: SM Johnson on Jan. 02, 2012 :
This is another amazing saga in the lives of Allie and her guide, Revik. As with the previous books, nothing could induce me to put it down.

Allie consents to Revik's offer to live with as his mate for 6 months while he suspends ops against humanity. She hopes she'll be able to get to know the "new" Revik, but there are things about him now that are hard to swallow. Still, no matter how much everyone keeps telling Allie that Revik has become a totally different person than he was before, her love for him is still painfully intense.

When Allie uses telekinesis to save Revik's team from an op she's approved of, everything changes, and Allie's starting to question which side they're on (good versus evil).

This is another satisfying, action-packed Allie/Revik adventure from JC Andrijeski that leaves you wanting more. I managed to wait 24 hours before buying book Four. And that was a stretch.

My final word is the same as with the earlier books in the series: Read. This. Book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: M L Sawyer on June 05, 2011 :
Finally, Allie is free of Terrin, but in freeing her from that psychopaths less than gentle clutches Revik has reunited with parts of himself that he did not know were missing. Still married to Allie, he wants her to join him in his war against the humans that treat Seers so poorly, but Allie only wants to prevent it.

Through this part of the overall story, Allie’s character changes – which is to be expected. Who wouldn’t change in the events that she has been forced to endure? But I felt that she herself had turned to her own dark side to reach her goals. As a reader, I’m not sure if I’m happy with Allie's character going that way, but as I only finished this novel moments ago, my thoughts might change.

After being completely immersed in the first two novels, I found book three no different, again reading it in just a few days. The story is exciting, touching, heart wrenching and it does not end here. I will be looking with keen interest for book four!

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(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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