Lillith

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400 years earlier, humans landed on their world, started wars, and sent both native intelligent species into hiding. Now, Lillith and her mind-mate need the intruders' help to keep their civilization intact. How will the dangerous beings react to their plea? And will their own people survive the contact? LILLITH introduces an unusual pair, their dilemma, and Lillith's scheme to save them all. More

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About Carol Buhler

I spent sixty years working with horses in my spare time from being a wife, a mom, and having several different careers until finally I could devote my full-time attention to them. Raising, training, and competing on various breeds in multiple disciplines, I consider myself a jack of all horse venues, master of none. Currently, I live in Ecuador with my husband where I spend every day reading, writing, or riding, or any combination of the three.
To share my wonder of an extraordinary species--the horse--I created Lillith and her world. Gareeth is a planet where telepathic winged horses are intelligent, loving, and infinitely tolerant, and dote on their human-like mind-mates. Once I started with Lillith, she has not let me go.

About the Series: The Lillith Chronicles
Lillith sets out to insure peace among the three intelligent species on her world by forcing her mind-mate, Supreme Don Joedon, into contacting the humans. The Amalgamation grows over several novels and novellas, with Lillith prodding everyone in directions she thinks are best for the world.

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Review by: Beverley Scherberger on Dec. 15, 2017 :
I think I've read all of Carol Buhler's books and Lillith is my favorite character ~ this book is all about HER! She's a reeth (a winged, telepathic horse) that has a great personality, is a force to be reckoned with, and has a big heart. When she makes up her mind about something, everyone should just get out of her way. This often causes problems with her mate and other characters, but she does what she does out of a desire to help. Buhler's knowledge of and love for the animal's shines through as she educates the reader about horses as she entertains. She weaves her stories and develops her characters so skillfully that the reader comes to care about them ~ they become friends. And I love not having to wade through typos and weirdly crafted sentences so prevalent in many self-published books. This is a series well worth reading and if you have yet to visit Gareeth, get thee gone and dive into "Lillith". It's a 5-star journey.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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