Sky Woman: Book One Of The Seeder Saga
on March 08, 2014
This book was by far the most intriguing one I've ever read! It held me on its grip right from the first chapter to the very last of it. The surroundings were depicted fabulously, without all the details interfering the actual plotline.
This new world Miri found herself in soon started to feel like a dreamland in a fantasy. The slight cliffhanger in the end leaves the reader with several questions, and at least for me it's going to be hard waiting for the second book. I will probably read this one a few times waiting for it... :)
English is not my native language, and I was delighted to be able to read this book so effortlessly. The text was fluent and I was able to keep my focus on the events instead of trying to understand what I had just read.
Parts with "adult content" were breathtaking and beautiful, and they gave me quite a few heated moments while reading them... I absolutely LOVED this book!!!
Rain In The Moonlight: Book Two of the Seeder Saga
on April 23, 2014
Book two of the Seeder Saga is mostly an independent story compared to first installment, Sky Woman.
In the end though it implies that these stories will collide in the last book.
I have to admit, at first I felt a slight disappointment when I realised this book didn't continue the story of Miri and her amazing life. But once I got over that, the reading experience was as good as ever! :)
Ajan and Rain are strong characters, and it's easy to love them both! I only wish there would be men like Ajan is this world...
My personal hell is when I find a good book, and they are filled with such obvious grammar errors. But with this author it is NEVER a problem! Her writing is fluent and the story is easy to follow.
I will definitely buy every single book this author releases! She never disappoints! :)
Someday In Dublin
on May 16, 2015
This was such an incredible story about two people finding each other, brought together by fate. To a reader it was obvious they were soulmates, so I just couldn't stop reading until they realized it themselves. Their physical and emotional connection was present all the time, and it was so much fun to be part of their adventurous journey. Especially the hot and steamy physical part of it... ;)
I was amazed how vividly everything was written; I was almost able to picture myself standing there, watching the breathtakingly beautiful Ireland. After reading this I definitely want to see Ireland myself, and experience all the same things Amy did. Although I'll probably skip poteen... :D
When you read this, prepare yourself for an emotionally bumpy ride that leaves a smile on your face!