Aubrie Dionne


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Smashwords book reviews by Aubrie Dionne

  • Soul Quest on March 22, 2011

    In Soul Quest, Angels walk the earth, but they’re not all good. It’s the Aengels Liv has to look out for, because they steal people’s souls. They’re the culprits behind the September 11th attacks. They feed off humanity, and the angry souls fizzle around their faces in death masks. Liv is not a normal high school freshman. She’s also an Oracle of Earth. One of four human-born Oracles, Liv has the power to battle the Aengels and the even more powerful Daevas, Aengels that have undergone full transformation. It’s up to her and the other three human-born Oracles to save humanity from their destruction. Guided by her Guardian, Beau, Liv must fully realize and develop her talents along with her friends. But being an Oracle of Earth has its downfalls. Her love interest, Jedd, is a normal human, and her powers threaten to come between them. Soul Quest is rich with re-imagined folklore and has a great teen narrative voice. Set in the year 2015 with flashbacks dating back to Sept 11th, 2001 it deals with the tragedy in a unique way. Amy Maurer Jones has imagined her world with fully realized mythological beings in various forms. This is one complex world cool enough to lose yourself in. I especially enjoyed the chapters in Liv’s point of view. I loved reading her thoughts on starting high school, falling for her best friend, and discovering her powers. She is a strong character that jumps right off the page. I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys teen paranormal love stories.
  • Dancing With Fate on June 28, 2011

    Mythology expertly spun into romance and fairytale The Celts’ spirits are down from battle, and Apollo asks Terpsichore, the muse of dance, to return to Earth and inspire them. She must forgo her powers and roam among the people as a mortal woman, trying not to be noticed. But she is noticed, for the Gods have secret plans. When Terpsichore, known as Cora on Earth, finishes her task, she decides to swim in a mountain spring in the forest. After drinking a sip of enchanted wine, she loses herself in dance and song. Her nude dance by the spring captivates a man named Myrddin, who invites her to share his evening meal. Terpsichore is drawn to Myrddin. Although he is human, there is something special about him, and she longs to get to know him better. She accepts his offer and joins him for dinner. At dinner, she learns he is on a quest to save his betrothed. Both of them hold secrets from each other, and only time will draw them out. Little does she know the Gods have plans for her, and the stakes are high. Sweet Terpsichore may be immortal, but she has the same feelings and urges as any woman, and I wanted her to find happiness with Myrddin. With poetic prose and sizzling romance, this story is a must read for mythology and fantasy fans alike.
  • In the Mirror (A Short Story) on Oct. 18, 2011

    A fantastic short story that proves magic is around us, even if we can't see it.