Intuition (The Premonition Series, Volume 2) [NOOK Book]

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I don't open my eyes so I can't see him, but I can smell him. He thickens the air I breathe, choking me with his scent...his aroma. I shiver. I have to resist. If I'm not strong, then I will be relegated to the same fate as this predator whose sickness infects me even now. But now, I crave him and he knows that; he has been counting on my need to end the gnawing pain. How he would savor my surrender. I'm alive, but how much longer will it take until I beg him not to be?

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Overview

I don't open my eyes so I can't see him, but I can smell him. He thickens the air I breathe, choking me with his scent...his aroma. I shiver. I have to resist. If I'm not strong, then I will be relegated to the same fate as this predator whose sickness infects me even now. But now, I crave him and he knows that; he has been counting on my need to end the gnawing pain. How he would savor my surrender. I'm alive, but how much longer will it take until I beg him not to be?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033075027
  • Publisher: Amy A. Bartol
  • Publication date: 2/7/2012
  • Series: Premonition, #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 30,450
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

I live in Michigan with my husband and our two sons. My family is very supportive of my writing. When I’m writing, they often bring me the take-out menu so that I can call and order them dinner. They listen patiently when I talk about my characters like they’re real. They rarely roll their eyes when I tell them I’ll only be a second while I finish writing a chapter…and then they take off their coats. They ask me how the story is going when I surface after living for hours in a world of my own making. They have learned to accept my “writing uniform” consisting of a slightly unflattering pink fleece jacket, t-shirt, and black yoga pants. And they smile at my nerdy bookishness whenever I try to explain urban fantasy to them. In short, they get me, so they are perfect and I am blessed. Please visit me at my website: www.amyabartol.com

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  • Posted June 24, 2012

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    Review by SlicedOpenReviews(dot)com Love this story, I love thi

    Review by SlicedOpenReviews(dot)com

    Love this story, I love this series, more than that, I love Amy A. Bartol. I fell in love after INESCAPABLE and now I can’t stop!

    INTUITION, the 2nd book in THE PREMONITION series, sets right out where INESCAPABLE left our wonderful Evie; in the lovely arms of Reed. I started reading this right after finishing the first book, so for me it was great to run from one to the next and continue in the story. As always, I had my reservations regarding how this book would size up being a “mid-series” but Amy A. Bartol did not falter in her skills and gave us another heaping helping of action! Bartol dished out an impeccable amount of suspense with this book, keeping me constantly guessing AND on the edge of my seat, equaling one excellent read!

    But, with all good, there must be some bad. I don’t really want to say “bad” rather things I could have done without:

    First, alternating POVs particularly the POV of Russell, while for the most part I enjoy all of the characters in this series, I was a bit slower to connect to this portion of the book, and frankly I got a little frustrated. In the end I never gave up, I pushed through and I am super happy I did.

    Second, the love-triangle-ish aspect (yes, pertaining to our fair Russell again, sorry) it’s not so much that there was a “triangle”, just too much Evie/Russell drama.

    Lastly, the Gancanagh’s dialect; I totally get it and it is totally necessary to stay that close to a characters background. Though I’m not going to lie, I struggled a bit getting though some of the heavier conversations including them. This is due to the fact that I had to read slow and re-read, a lot.

    None of these are deal breakers and in all honesty, I look past all of them and hate to mention them in fear that it will cause someone not to move forward and read the series. So, please take my word that it is worth any slight struggle with these things. I really just want to put them out there in all fairness of the review to keep my review true and honest!

    INTUITION for me just generally evokes strong feelings of anger and frustration…haha, yes I do feel those, but not in a bad way, it really pulls a lot of emotion out of me. I love the writing of the plot and character development. It shows the true skills that Amy A. Bartol puts into these books. I love to find an author, especially an indie author, who truly grips me the way Bartol does. She created one of the most stand-out female characters for me in the YA Paranormal genre. Evie kicks some serious butt in this book and is still able to maintain her girly persona; she’s deep yet light and easy to connect with for readers of any age.

    The plot(s) for this book where breathtaking! From the scenes with the Gancanagh to the scenes with the war council, Bartol was able to use her writing to build a vivid picture. In hopes of not spoiling too much, the war council to me was spectacular and I think it definitely ranks high in some of the most memorable reading moments for me. It took so much to intertwine new characters, a new setting and a conflict as flawlessly as Bartol did.

    Now, on to book three, I tried to wait for it to come out via Nook but I couldn’t hold out any longer so I ordered my paperback version! Can't wait for it to arrive!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2013

    The Premonition series is swiftly becoming one of my favorites.

    The Premonition series is swiftly becoming one of my favorites. I love this world, the characters and the intrigue. Amy Bartol does a great job of keeping the reader guessing. In Intuition Evie and Reed have to face a new evil. I have to say that Brennus is one of my favorite villians ever. He is so dimensional that I find myself liking him and feeling guilty about it, lol. Just when I think he's not all that bad, he shows how evil he is. The idea behind all the creatures in this series is brilliant and fresh in my opinion. Great read and I'm spellbound by the books. Can't wait to read more. I just wish that all of the books in the series were out right now because I know I'm going to have a hard time waiting for the last three. Thank you Amy, for sharing your beautiful imagination with us!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 3, 2013

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    AMAZING, I just LOVE this series. A MUST read!

    Oh My God!! This amazing sequel to Inescapable is so heart wrenching! How many ways can my heart be torn apart. Amy did an amazing job of bringing these intense emotions to life. I felt like I was Evie, what she had to go through just tore me up. She was so strong, and I felt everything with her. In a way, I was glad some of the depression parts were then switched to Russel’s point of view, otherwise, It may have made me depressed with her even more. But, I really did not like being in his head so much. His slang talk got on my nerves, as it sounds like more of a hick town in Oklahoma than North Dakota,(or south, don’t remember), as I been to both places, and its not like in this book, hated that part, makes him sound so dumb.

    Anyway, he has remembered all his past lives now, since Evie saved him in the first book, so to me that should have matured him a lot, I mean, thousands of years worth of past lives memories should have made him grow up. But he still acted too immature to me. Yeah, I know he is her soul mate, the part that is her soul, but the angel part of Evie is stronger, is its pull to Reed is undeniable. In angel ways, he is her; well let’s call it Angel-Mate, that makes sense to me. Anyway, the thoughts of him not giving up, and how to get her to choose him were a little on the immature side. But as it went on it got better, and I really started to like Russel. He does love her and only wants to protect her. He is a hero in this book. He does not do what Evie had asked of him, if something happens to her, he is to run, and not look for her. Of course that does not happen when she is kidnapped by the Gancanagh, (faeries who were turned into vampire type creatures).

    So a little summary overall for you. This book starts with these amazing characters trying to survive and find some happiness, even though they are in constant danger, and are being hunted basically. Alfred is still out there plotting a way to get her, so he can get her soul. They also still need to keep Evie hidden from the other angels who won’t understand who and what she is, and not know if she is a threat or not. Reed tries to give Evie some precious time just being together and a little vacation with Reed, Buns, and Zee, and then an attack happens, and it threatens her precious family. (Russel was with Brownie spending some time with his family before he has to go into hiding, since he is now going to be hunted, if you read book one, you know why)

    So after the attack, and they are able to get away, she makes one of the hardest decisions ever, she decided to leave with Russel to try and keep Reed and the rest out of danger. She overhears a conversation, on how if the Dominion (rulers of a sorts of the Powers angels) will hunt down anyone helping or protecting Evie. She thinks she will be saving them, by being gone. It’s the hardest thing she ever does, and it breaks her heart. So to top it off, not only does she have this extreme agony of leaving her one true love behind wasn’t enough, suddenly Evie is taken by the Gancanaugh, and Brennus who is the leader claims her as his own, and will stop at nothing to change her into one of them, to be his queen. Brennus breaks her and forces her to become someone she doesn’t recognize. Will she be able to escape before she becomes one of them herself? Will she ever see Reed and her friends again? Yeah, good questions, and you need to read to find out.
    I will not say more at this point, you need to go experien

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 8, 2013

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    THIS IS AN AMAZING SERIES!

    THIS IS AN AMAZING SERIES!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2012

    great series

    great series

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 26, 2012

    This book had a little of a slower start to me than Inescapable.

    This book had a little of a slower start to me than Inescapable. I also
    never realized how anoying Russell's twang was until I had to read a
    portion of the book in his perspective. Reed got on my nerves a time or
    two with his counting of the minutes Evie slept. It's kind of romantic,
    but really kind of annoying and . . .well . . . creepy. I didn't have to
    wait long, however, for things to pick back up. In this story, Evie is
    in the process of evolving and developes some pretty mad skills. We get
    to see Russell start to evolve as well. Evie soon learns that there are
    more than the fallen and the divine to worry about. Soon every line she
    has made for fantasy and reality becomes blurred and anything is
    possible. By the end of this story I was crying out for more. Can't wait
    to read the third installment.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2012

    Ok, I'm still Team Reed but I'm not gonna lie, I'm kinda falling

    Ok, I'm still Team Reed but I'm not gonna lie, I'm kinda falling for Finn and Brennus. I think I have a weakness for men with accents. I love how the author wrote in a southern and an Irish accent. The story just keeps getting better. LOVE IT!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    Better than He Best Series Ever !!!

    While reading i can feel what the characters feel, & i love how the author is able to make me feel that way. This book has everything i have ever wanted in a paranormal romance book !

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2012

    Even better than the first!

    Another book I could put down and I can't wait for the next book to be available on the nook.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2012

    Excellent series

    I don't usually like self published authors because the editing can be so bad. I know I'm horrible at grammar and spelling myself. However, I don't like to pay for and read something that contains those kinds of errors. That is totally not the case this this series. Plus, the story is awesome! I can't wait to read everything this author publishes!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 6, 2012

    Love this SERIES!!! I love you REED!!!

    Love this SERIES!!! I love you REED!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2012

    Absolutely breath taking

    Amazing suspense/page turner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2012

    One of the best series I have ever read.

    One of the best series I have ever read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2013

    Interesting Read

    I wasn't sure about this series when I began the first book. The middle kept me reading, but I still wasn't positive. By the end though, I wanted to see where it was headed. Curious, I began this book, the second one in the series.

    I have to say that I so enjoyed the story that I bought and read all subsequent ones, and am now eagerly awaiting the final book! No, it isn't rocket science, but it is a good story with interesting characters. Some of the plot "twists" are rather expected, and at times even a bit redundant, but all in all it is a fun, fast, intriguing and enjoyable read. I would go so far as to say that some of it is even thought provoking. Souls, heaven, demons, angels, this series has some interesting concepts.
    However, concepts or not, this book is enjoyable and it moves much smoother and faster than the first one. It is not the "kids" book I thought it may be. I am anxious to see how it ends and hope that final book comes out soon!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2013

    Just keeps getting better!

    I just LOVE this series! Reed is perfection!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2013

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    Devoured

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  • Posted May 11, 2013

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    The tragic incident at the 711 has shaken Evie to her core. Lear

    The tragic incident at the 711 has shaken Evie to her core. Learning of the loss of her Uncle was a devastating blow that made what happened that night that much more heartbreaking. She is not fully functional at the start of this book but can you blame her? When the last known member of your family has been murdered, you can never fully recover but with the help of Reed, Zeph, and Buns, Evie begins the healing process and just starts to begin to come around when a ski trip turns disastrous. Evie's worst fears cause her to flee her new family, dreading that she will put their lives in jeopardy if she remains within close proximity to them. Accompanied by the only one on this Earth like her, Russell and Evie set out to start a new life in hiding in the hopes that she can keep her loved ones safe. Unfortunately they are followed by something more powerful and even more deadly than anything they have ever encountered before. Evie is captured and without the help of Russell, Reed, or her angel friends, she must face an evil worse than her nightmares alone.
    My Humble Opinion:
    There is absolutely no way you are going to see anything coming in this book. You are blind sighted left and right. From the moment Evie and Reed step off that ski lift, to the moment Evie is captured, from the determination she musters while dehydrated and dying on her cell floor, you will be gasping in shock and mentally cursing up a storm. This book also brings a new perspective, Russell's to be precise. I will admit, the change came suddenly and frankly, I was a little annoyed. I had not expected to hear the southern drawl first person experience of Mr. Marx so when the switch was made, I was frustrated. Thankfully, the annoyance and frustration quickly subsided. I mastered his accent (in my head, as I read that is) and the switch was made back to Evie. Looking back, I did appreciate seeing this story from a different point of view! I especially enjoyed the male perspective that Russell brought to the table not to mention all of those interesting memories of all of those lifetimes spent with Evie were a special added bonus treat, thank you Ms. Bartol btw, because WOW. That's all I can say, or write, whatever, just WOW.
    That only leaves me with one more topic that I feel like I have to touch on only slightly and only because I don't want to give away too much...he needs no introduction really...the one, the only, the man you'll love to hate and hate to love...BRENNUS. He makes his debut in Intuition and its one hell of a debut. If you haven't gotten hooked to The Premonition Series yet, this book and this man will have you hook, line, and sinker.

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  • Posted May 2, 2013

    Now having fallen in love with the Evie's story I am happy to sa

    Now having fallen in love with the Evie's story I am happy to say that this second installment picked up where Inescapable left off. Evie is living with the beautifully alluring Reed, her Soul-mate Russell, and the Oh So Stern-facey Zephyr. Learning at the end of the previous book 

    that Evie and Russell are angel half-breeds, they are now taking their situation very seriously and training to be able to protect themselves in the case of Team McDreamy (Reed and Zephyr) and Team McZaney (Buns and Brownie) not being around if danger were to strike. At this point in reading I am having a blast....and then Evie does something that drives me insane, she grabs Russell and high tails it out of her new home under the assumption that she will be keeping the Angels safe.

    It's not long after this that our dear Evie gets a visit from some of my favorite villains...the Fellas. Now I'm going to geek out and profess that never in my life have I come upon bad guys that I wanted to love more than these boys. Amy really blurred my views on Good vs. Evil. Who knew that some literate hotness and accents could have a girl throwing on her 'black hat' and rooting for the baddies? Well there's definitely more to it than that. Surely. Ok, so I'm not alone? Good. Back to it then!

    The Fellas take Evie to Brennus, their King. Having seen her portrait and deciding that she will belong to him he does what he can to get her to succumb to his demands. 

    Amy once again managed to spin a tale that had me rushing to the next page until the end. I was able to watch Evie grow in strength and character. Protect those she loves, and hold her own in some extremely scary situations. She held true to herself as her world was turned upside down and she was left in utter darkness. And she emerged stronger, more vicious, and determined to fight for her family and the life she wants.

    On another note, it was a great treat to get to view Amy's world through the eyes of our adorable and charming Russell. His feelings for Evie are humbling and his determination to keep her safe, heroic. 

    Also, his interactions with the Angels had me cracking up. It was nice to see how another character in this world viewed it, and it's inhabitants. And Russell is still the 'white hat wearing' good ol' boy we fell for in the previous book.

    Though the Angels don't have much game time in the first part of this book, they make a dramatic comeback in the last half. Reed is still my main man...er...for Evie that is. His love for her is truly palpable. Bringing tears to the eye and a few twists of a wrench into your heart in this one. Amy has a great knack for getting you to feel what her characters are going through. Be it anguish, joy, fear, love, etc. As domineering as he can be he's yet to reach 'cave-man status' that tends to show up in a lot of similar roles in this genre.

    Brownie and Buns were hilarious, and even Zephyr was able to get a few zingers in there.

    I love this story and these characters. There was not one moment where I felt the story was dragging. I read it in one sitting and even a couple hours after I was giggling at a remembered one-liner from the Fellas, or smiling like a googly-eyed idiot thinking about how special Reed and Evie's feelings for each other are. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2013

    Not as good as the first one

    You should just read the first one

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2013

    Good

    I liked it

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