Souls of the Stones - Omnibus Edition [NOOK Book]

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convenient omnibus edition of the three main works of the Souls of the Stones series.

Contains: Cornerstone, Second Stone, Broken Stone.

Souls of the Stones follows Emariya Warren as she navigates the ...
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Overview

**Enjoy this limited time sale price -- This book will return to its regular price of $9.99 soon.**

convenient omnibus edition of the three main works of the Souls of the Stones series.

Contains: Cornerstone, Second Stone, Broken Stone.

Souls of the Stones follows Emariya Warren as she navigates the three divided lands of her world, as well as the three families striving for control. The series incorporates traditional fantasy elements such as prophecy and magic with a love story that transcends genre and time. Books 1-3 are included.

Cornerstone - When Emariya Warren learns enemy forces have captured her father, she'll do anything to save him. Anything. Even marry a mysterious prince she knows nothing about in order to rally the strength to arrange a rescue. During her journey to Torian's foreign castle, Emariya comes face to face with her mother's killers--and a deadly secret.

Not only does Emariya possess a powerful but unexpected magical gift. So does the prince she's promised to marry, and an ominous prophecy has warned their gifts must never be combined.

If she breaks her promise to marry Torian, she won't be able to save her father and if she keeps it, she may bring a curse upon everything she holds dear. Determining which choice is best won't be easy, but when she meets the gorgeous prince who may desire more than just her heart, she realizes she will have to fight just to have a choice at all.

Her heart wants him desperately. Her head begs her to run. If she doesn't want to share her mother's fate, she'll have to find a way to untangle the truth from the lies in time to save herself.

Second Stone - In the second installment in Souls of the Stones, the stakes are higher, the romance is hotter, and Emariya's power as a Cornerstone is growing.

Determined to make sense of the betrayals, lies, and her undeniable attraction to Torian, Emariya and her prince begin the journey to Sheas to confront her uncle and bring her father home.

Broken Stone - Unable to avoid her destiny any longer, Emariya has become the leader her mother always envisioned. Before she can focus on embracing her gifts to unify her three lands, she must first stop her own land from dissolving into civil war.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148331841
  • Publisher: Kelly Walker
  • Publication date: 7/11/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 12,585
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Kelly Walker was born in Trappe, MD but she now calls Fredericksburg Virginia home. She has an unhealthy appreciation for chocolate, and a soft spot for rescued animals. Her best lessons as a writer are from a lifetime of reading. She loves the fantastical, and the magical, and believes a captivating romance can be the most realistic magic of all. Kelly, her husband and her two children share their home with three dogs who walk her, and two cats who permit her to occasionally share their couch. She writes both YA Romantic Fantasy, and NA Contemporary Romance.

For more information, please visit www.kellywalker.net
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  • Posted August 13, 2013

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    Emariya¿s world is divided into three ¿ Sheas, Eltar, and Thalma

    Emariya’s world is divided into three – Sheas, Eltar, and Thalmas, each possessing a power of their own. Emariya herself is from Eltar, along with her brother and only sibling, Reeve. They are both set to follow their late-mother’s path – to bring the Three together and bring peace to their lands. One in which Emeriya is to be promised to the Prince of Thalmas, Prince Torian Ahlen. Can Emeriya trust the prince though? What are his true intentions? There is a rumor and a prophecy, which states when bloods of either heads are tied, there will be darkness in the days to follow. What is Emeriya to do? Will she go through with the promise? 
    Oh, how I enjoyed this book! I would have read it all in one go, if time permitted! Souls of the Stones Ominous is three books immerge into one – with Cornerstone, Second Stone, and Broken Stone. Where have I been? How is it possible that I have only heard of Kelly Walker now?! By reading this book, it was a pleasure to learn of Kelly Walker’s skill to fuse – the romance, fantasy, and dystopian genres together; forming the most entertaining reads I have laid hands on. Even the ‘magical’ elements were not over done; the characters have abilities, and although it plays a huge role in the story, it does not take precedence over the other elements. Just the perfect amount of everything – when I am craving romance, I got it. When I am feeling the need for some action, I got it. When matters grow dim, one of the character’s remark or action lightens up the mood. 
    Since it is three books coming into one, action is constantly happening. And personally I love it! One minute Emariya and her companions are at her home in Elter, the next minute they are crossing mountains and fighting s group of assassins. Even then, it will not wear you out. Every move is unpredictable but that is the charm of it.
    Getting into the characters mind, has to be what makes this read all the more interesting. It was a change to be able to know and feel what both the protagonist and secondary characters are feeling. Trying to state this without spoilers, let’s just say I was prepared to hate Reeve, at all cost. But every time his part comes up and it is told in his POV, I pity and sympathize with him. Same with Garith (Emariya’s best friend), I would not have felt as sorry for him, if I did not know what was actually going on in his mind. I believe by doing so, Kelly Walker wanted us to shed a few tears … and it worked. 
    If I were to choose one thing that I disliked, well, there really were not any. However the romance did make me cringe a little bit (in a – I have a silly smile on my face – kind of way). It was envying and gave me goose bumps all at the same time. (Who am I kidding? A girl needs some cringe-worthy romance from time to time! Guilty pleasure.)
    As you move towards the end of the book, there is no doubt Kelly Walker is confidence in the direction she is taking with the series. No loose ends, the plot moved forward in a steady pace, with each character developing at every turn of a page. 
    Favorite Quote:
    “ But while this moment is absolute and the pst is already decided, the future is a blank canvas”. 
    Mesmerizing.
    Recommend!
    Happy Reading. :D 

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2013

    great read

    couldnt put the bood down! great read!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2014

    Genuine

    The love of family runs the heart of this fantasy. Devotion of Riya to Torian and Gathith , her maid and the young boy traveling all over 3 lands to bridge the people back together strengthens these bonded in a common goal against Riya brother.

    I liked the majical quality of the couples possessed. I liked the generational bridged that helps solve the conflict. The is a clean young adult series that is something refreshing and welcomed by this parent and teacher.

    All choices have consequences is a major theme throughout their journey.

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  • Posted June 27, 2014

    Wouldn't recommend.

    The story was repetitive and predictable. The characters were predictable, and annoying (they said one thing, felt one thing, but did another). It captured my interest for a while, but then it got too long, and I haven't even finished it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2013

    Highly recommended

    If you like fantasy stories, these will take you away from hectic stressful daily life. I especially love that every chapter doesn't have page after page of explicit sex. The author, Kelly Walker knows how to right a story without repeating the storyline of every chapter with sex. ugh, so tired of that... A great book.

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  • Posted September 13, 2013

    OUTSTANDING!!

    I absolutely LOVED all three books. Kelly Walker is now on my list of Fave authors. I can't wait to see what she does w/the ones she writes about some of the characters in this series.

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