The Soul's Mark: BROKEN (The Soul's Mark, #3)

The Soul's Mark: BROKEN (The Soul's Mark, #3)

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by Ashley Stoyanoff
     
 

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At first glance, Willowberg seemed like any other college town to newcomer Amelia Caldwell. But after a whirlwind of strange events, she now knows the truth—Willowberg is run by vampires—and her soulmate, Mitchell Lang, is their leader. And if that wasn’t enough, Amelia also learned that she is a witch.

The vampires and humans coexisted with

Overview

At first glance, Willowberg seemed like any other college town to newcomer Amelia Caldwell. But after a whirlwind of strange events, she now knows the truth—Willowberg is run by vampires—and her soulmate, Mitchell Lang, is their leader. And if that wasn’t enough, Amelia also learned that she is a witch.

The vampires and humans coexisted with relative peace, or at least they did until the vampire hunters arrived. Now, Amelia finds herself at the center of a showdown, fighting not only for her freedom and that of her new vampire family, but also for the lives of Willowberg’s residents.

But when Amelia’s branches of destiny cross paths, a long forgotten darkness falls upon the town. For any chance at victory, she must revisit her past and come face to face with the ultimate challenge: a fate that was decided by a force much closer to her than she could ever have imagined.

Will darkness prevail, or will Amelia find the strength to mend what has been broken?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044414877
Publisher:
Ashley Stoyanoff
Publication date:
03/31/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
154,268
File size:
363 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

Ashley Stoyanoff is an author of paranormal romance books for young adults, including The Soul's Mark series and the Deadly Trilogy. She lives in Southern Ontario with her husband, Jordan, and two cats: Tanzy and Trinity.In July 2012, Ashley published her first novel, The Soul’s Mark: FOUND, and shortly thereafter, she was honored with The Royal Dragonfly Book Award for both young adult and newbie fiction categories.An avid reader, Ashley enjoys anything with a bit of romance and a paranormal twist. When she’s not writing or devouring her latest read, she can be found spending time with her family, watching cheesy chick flicks or buying far too many clothes.Ashley loves hearing from her readers, so feel free to connect with her online.ashleystoyanoff.comfacebook.com/AshleyStoyanoffTheSoulsMarkgoodreads.com/ashley_stoyanoff

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The Soul's Mark: BROKEN (The Soul's Mark, #3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
How often do you find a series that picks up so smoothly, it’s as if it is a continuation of the same book? Somehow, Ashley Stoyanoff manages to pick us up from one book and set us down in the next without missing a beat. The Soul’s Mark: Broken, book 3 in the Soul’s Mark series is another smooth transition from the previous book and one fast-paced, exciting journey to the next! Now having learned who and what she really is, Amelia has grown to love her town and her vampire family, but will evil crush its very existence? What must Amelia face in order to have a chance to save those she loves? Can she defeat this “enemy” and the havoc it brings? Is her destiny for the future hidden in her past? With plots within plots, this maze of events will astound you! With characters that are growing and maturing, gaining strength and confidence and more personality, Ms. Stoyanoff blends the charm of Willowberg with the fantasy of the paranormal and makes it completely enthralling, giving the reader a”fly-on-the-wall” look into each scene that magically unfolds. The tension and twists make great high points to this fast-paced read as it uncovers more details with a smooth polish, while keeping just enough back to make the next book a MUST read as I was sucked further down the “rabbit hole” that is the Soul’s Mark series! Some authors have a gift for story telling that keeps you coming back for more, sometimes it’s the characters, sometimes it’s the setting, sometimes it’s the plot or the romance, with this series, its all of the above! Buckle up and get ready for another great ride!
Joey44 More than 1 year ago
I was really happy to see the way The Soul’s Mark: BROKEN continued on so smoothly from the first two books in The Soul’s Mark series. It answered a lot of my questions and pulled everything together perfectly. This book is marvelously written with many twists and turns in the story that had me constantly wondering what was going to happen next. The scene descriptions are so explicit that the reader feels like they are there. The character descriptions are so in depth that each character sticks with you making it feel like they are friends. It was good to see Amelia as a strong, capable woman. She seemed to turn to Mitchell for guidance in the first two books but handled things well on her own in this book. I particularly liked the way Stoyanoff illustrated, with many of her characters, that when two people are really in love, nothing will stand in their way of being together. I highly recommend The Soul’s Mark: BROKEN
ToManyBooksNotEnoughTime More than 1 year ago
Thankfully we pick up literally right where the events in "Hunted" left off. There isn't much that I can say about the story that wouldn't be a serious spoiler, so I will stick with my thoughts on the final book in this trilogy. All of the mysteries surrounding Megan's allegiance are resolved, and finally we all learn about the entirety of Amelia's past and the role that she, and Mitchell, play in present day events. The resolution is a relief after being kept in the dark through the other two books, and certain suspicions I had developed were confirmed. Thankfully that is not to say the ending is spelled out in advance. And days later I am still trying to decide how I feel about the final twist at the end, though I will admit that in many ways it fits the involved characters to a T. I just wish that a particular character would have grown more than they did, yet I can see the author choosing the route she did, as it leaves a foot in the door should she want to come back and tell more of the story of the residents of Willowberg.