Gravitational Pull: Ahe'ey, Episode 2

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
"Debilitating guilt crushed Gabriel every time he interacted with Morgan. The Ange’el’s affection for the human was weakening his mandate to control her movements and influence her decisions. His task was, once again, to deceive and manipulate. He seemed destined to betray the confidence of those he held most dear." More
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About Jamie Le Fay

Jamie is an accomplished writer and speaker that focuses mainly on topics related to girlhood, feminism, gender equality, and the misrepresentation of minorities in media and marketing.

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About the Series: Ahe'ey
Morgan is a dreamer, change maker and art lover. She is a feisty, romantic feminist full of contradictions and insecurities. Morgan uncovers a world where women have the power, and where magic is no longer just a figment of her wild imagination. Sounds like a dream, but it may, in fact, turn into a nightmare.

The world of the Ahe'ey challenges and subverts her views about gender, genes, and nature versus nurture.

The strong and uninvited chemistry between her and the dashing Gabriel makes matters even more complicated. His stunning looks keep short-circuiting her rational mind.

Series praise:

"Packed with invigorating ideas and prose, Le Fay’s novel is a nuanced exploration of feminism and its potential—for good or ill. A finely grained achievement that challenges the status quo on all fronts." - Kirkus reviews

"If it's cross-genre reading you seek, with vivid protagonists and unexpected involvements, then Ahe'ey is the item of choice, recommended for its fast-paced action, super-charged fantasy, and memorable protagonists." - Midwest book review

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Reviews of Gravitational Pull: Ahe'ey, Episode 2 by Jamie Le Fay

Jane Lavuire reviewed on Sep. 27, 2016

Book 2 in the Ahe’ey series picks up with the same kind of hard-hitting, strong momentum that can be found in the first book in the series. I was impressed enough by the first book that I decided to give this a read right away and I must say I think it’s just as good, if not better (I was especially glad to see more of Gabriel). Anyone who has already delved into the series will know what to expect here, but for new readers – I suggest not looking at this as a standalone type of read, the author has crafted a very unique story here that I think should be begun from the very beginning for it to be fully appreciated. It’s not the longest book in the world, but it definitely packs a punch on just about every page and further piqued my interest to the point that I’m excited to move onto the next one as soon as I get the chance
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Janelle reviewed on Sep. 27, 2016

Action, magic and romance brings color, emotion and fast pace to an essay that dissects how our beliefs about race and gender shape our future.
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Maria Lua reviewed on Sep. 27, 2016

A stratified class system based on race, where access to power depends on gender and state controls the women’s wombs. It sounds all too familiar, but of course it is just fiction or is it?
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Geekraider reviewed on Sep. 27, 2016

Never seen such a clever entwine of the ever so delicate male chauvinism topic vis-a-vis the championed independent woman theme. Jamie managed to address a delicate topic in an authoritative, fun and definitely informative way
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Sam reviewed on Sep. 26, 2016

The gender politics are beautifully articulated by the contrast between the two worlds.
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Natalia Bateman reviewed on Sep. 26, 2016

It has been quite a long time since I've had a great read with a classical vibe.
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