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Unleash the Curse: An Imnada Brotherhood Novella

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  • Posted March 1, 2014

    a fractured fairy tale and a play on character.  this is a great

    a fractured fairy tale and a play on character. 
    this is a great story, using the myths of the Robin hood legend while Richard the Lion Heart has been delayed in his return his brother John has made a claim to his throne. This affects all of the people with in his country, including will Shackley. Will Shackley is a rogue of a noble son, who is forced by the knifing plots of the Sheriff of Nottingham, and Sir Guy who in attempt of gaining the support of John by Will's uncle have taken his lands, killed his uncle and enslaved his people. At first taken by bandits of Sherwood, he tries his stake at revenge only to learn his people his serfs needed his help through the difficult and trying time. It is Will who changes history and begins robbing the rich paying the poor. 

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  • Posted February 18, 2014

    Not knowing that there was another book before this one, the sto

    Not knowing that there was another book before this one, the story had me a little lost because I felt like I was missing something. Other then that it was a good read.

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  • Posted September 24, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    Unleash the Curse (Imnada Brotherhood #1.5) by Alexa Egan 3 1/2

    Unleash the Curse (Imnada Brotherhood #1.5) by Alexa Egan
    3 1/2 of 5 stars

    Unleash the Curse (Imnada Brotherhood #1.5) by Alexa Egan

    Set in Yorkshire, February 1816. Actress Sarah Hayes and Sebastian Commin, Earl of Deane, have been avoiding each other for the past six months following a one-night stand.  Now they are placed in an awkward situation after both being invited to a multiple day house party.  

    Truth be told, Sarah and Sebastian are both attracted to each other but allow their station to dictate their lives.  Now they are involved in the mystery of the Imnada shape-shifter and the Naxos.  They set out to discover its secrets as well as their feelings for each other.   

    Alexa Egan does an ideal job of making you feel like you are in the 1800s.  She successfully packs a lot of information and details in this short 100 page novella. Egan created an interesting story with this prequel to Shadow’s Curse, which I am looking forward to reading.       

    ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted September 7, 2013

    As a species the Imnada seem like a potentially interesting shap

    As a species the Imnada seem like a potentially interesting shape-shifter.
    At the moment I am at a loss to say what exactly they are. Hairy, big and beastlike is the best I can come up with.
    At the moment the series is a combination of romance meets paranormal with the romance side getting more of a legs up. If the author wants to stay more grounded in the para genre then the shifter/creature/fey storyline needs to be developed a wee bit more. Give those monstrous soul-feeders a chance to shine.
    This is short prequel to the second novel, which will hopefully be a better indicator of where the author is headed with this idea.
    I received a copy of this book via NetGalley.

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