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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.
This is not a review for the all the books. But Alyssa's Aleja
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posted by exclusivelyHope_IMVU on April 21, 2014Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 22, 2014
Wish this was free
I paid money for this book. I realized i read most of them as free ebooks. This book had some good stories and some that were tamed. It was ok overall.
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Posted April 21, 2014
I got this because I love paranormal romance and was a bit let down. I thought most of the stories were a waste while others not that bad. I had never before read anything by these authors. I had trouble reading these had to make myself read these books. I never give up on a book till the end. I do know in the future will not read these authors.
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Posted May 22, 2014
Blood Fallen, Chapter One: Changes, part one~LightBlood
Paralysed.<br>That was me. In the midst of the most important battle yet, in the struggles between good & bad, light & dark, & everything inbetween. Somewhere along the lines of time, lines blurred between the two sides in the midst of the constant struggle, causing a grey void to emerge. A grey mist that, when unleashed, can either cause the most exorbitant restoration, or massive mayhem. One of the void is hars to find; they are hidden too well in the kosmos, made to blend in with others nearby. Yet, even the kosmos is ever expanding & ever changing...<br>Unlike most, my fear came from overthinking everything. I knew how important it was for me to move, but yet, I was unable to. Things were just, going too slow for me. My thought processes seems to have sped up, as people were fighting all around me. Yet, I saw no one falling, or even getting hurt. My thoughts were distracted as he came into sight. A boy, about the same age as me, came from somewhere behind me, & passing by in front of me. I stood, shocked by his profound beauty: short, messy, blonde hair, slightly taller than me, with strikingly electric blue eyes. He flipped his hair to the side as he walked further off. Suddenly, my thoughts must have gone back to normal speed, for I started to move, following this unknown boy deeper into the battle. I could hear my brother calling for me to go back, but it seemed to reach me through a cup. The boy slowed down & ducked behind a tree, disappearing from sight. I slowly started walking up to the tree, but then I was suddenly pulled back from behind. Who else knew I was following this boy, I wondered silently, startled and taken aback. I turn around quickly, a sword materializing suddenly in my hand & I brought it up. I grabbed the shoulder of the person behind me, a young man, and held my new sword to his throat as I pressed him back against a different tree in the surrounding forest. The man looked uncomfortable as he tried to see past the newfound craziness and determination in my eyes. He futily tried to push the sword away from his throat, but I moved my right hand from his shoulder to his wrists, holding them down at the man's stomach.<br>"Who are you," I ask through clenched teeth.<br>"Your worst nightmare, when I'm not in the light," he said simply, trying to mock me. I push my sword harder onto his throat, causing beads of red blood to start dripping from it. It was a warning; I was not in the mood for games today. "Fine," he hastily continues. "My name is Xavier, but call me Xav for short." He then swiftly kicked me in the gut & I drop my sword in surprise, falling to my knees. I watched, holding my stomach, as my sword rose up from the ground and stabbed Xavier's leg deeply. Did I do that, I wonder silently, confused, as Xavier tries to pull it out, but it seemed stuck in his leg. Slowly standing, as I was still recuperating, I grasped the hilt & easily pulled the sword from his leg.<br>"I warned you," I say evenly, as he falls on his leg. "I am not one to be messed with." He curls his lip into a grimace & attempts to stand. He manges it, but only barely, as he was forced to lean on the tree behind him. "Now, why did you approach me," I probe, scrutinising Xavier for the first time. He was probably a good five or six years older than me, but only about my height. He had dark brown hair amalgamated with a twinge of red, plus green eyes on his round face.<p>Song of part: Frontlines by Nonpoint<p>Story at: 'dead' all res<p>~LB
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Posted May 20, 2014