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Ties That Bind: The Bellum Sisters 3 (paranormal erotic romance)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Recommended

I enjoyed both Ties That Bind and Bonds of Fire. Also liked the length of the books. They were page turners from beginning to end.

posted by Remeye on November 20, 2012

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Disappointing third installment

I overlooked the multitude of grammatical errors throughout the author's three works, because the stories had an interesting premise. In Ties That Bind, however, the work left me cold. The character of Mary, Lily's mom, felt contrived, underdeveloped, an afterthought ...
I overlooked the multitude of grammatical errors throughout the author's three works, because the stories had an interesting premise. In Ties That Bind, however, the work left me cold. The character of Mary, Lily's mom, felt contrived, underdeveloped, an afterthought to the story as a whole. Telal and Lily's story felt scripted and stiff. There was no noticeable growth in either character. Alrik and Arianna's story, on the other hand, intrigued me. The notion of redemption and the possibility for love between Alrik and Arianna drew me in to their story. To say the end disappointed me, is an understatement. Alrik is banished and Arianna is dead. I am mystified as to why the author would end them in this manner. To me, I believe Alrik and Arianna had the most potential character growth within the storyline. The author's aim could have been attained without destroying their characters. In my estimation, romance books should leave the reader happy and satisfied. If I wanted reality, I would reread Dostoyevsky and Hemingway.

posted by Persephone4 on June 9, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2013

    Freespirited

    Love that this sister has more quirks and seems more human than the others, faults and all and then how she melts her demons hard exterior.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2013

    Editing

    Same problem I have with all of the books by this author...EDITING! Please have someone read through before publishing! Good story though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2012

    Disapointed

    The Series Is Great But I Felt That It Is A Unfinished Story. To Not Finish Is Just Cruel I Dont Think I Would Read Another Series By This Author If She Leaves The Series Unfinished.





    I AM DISAPOINTED WITH THIS SERIES IT WAS LEFT HANGING NO CLOSURE YOU SHOULD OF JUST KILLED OFF ALRICK AND MARY OR WRITE A 4TH BOOK TO END THE STORY














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