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Young and beautiful hairdresser, Payton, thought she had a normal, everyday life, no different from anyone else. When a mysterious man suddenly appears, he shatters her world by telling her that her entire life has been a lie. She is a god among many having lived for thousands of years. She is a key member of the Guardians! The Guardians seek only peace, unity and balance between all good & evil but the Anords want full control. To protect her from the Anords, the Guardians replaced her memory dropping her ...
Young and beautiful hairdresser, Payton, thought she had a normal, everyday life, no different from anyone else. When a mysterious man suddenly appears, he shatters her world by telling her that her entire life has been a lie. She is a god among many having lived for thousands of years. She is a key member of the Guardians! The Guardians seek only peace, unity and balance between all good & evil but the Anords want full control. To protect her from the Anords, the Guardians replaced her memory dropping her into her not-so-normal life. Now, the Anords know where she is and he needs to protect her at all costs.
Payton holds the key to bringing all of them together as one, working together for the good of humanity. However, a mysteriously familiar woman complicates everything.
Posted November 9, 2013
Trinity is set in modern society and intertwined with the supernatural realm of other worlds. The central theme of the story is good versus evil, and the struggle between incredible powers gods and lesser gods who want complete dominance over humanity.
The main character, Payton, is an average young girl who lives a typical life of an independent, savvy single woman. She meets a stranger who shows up out of the blue claiming to know her well. When curiosity gets the best of her, she agrees to meet the stranger, Terran, hoping to learn more about who he is. When they meet, Terran almost immediately wisps Payton away to an unfamiliar location, and out of nowhere, starts talking like a psycho about how much he’s missed her. Then wham! He freaks Payton out by planting a big ole’ sloppy kiss right smack on her lips!
The author has a wonderful imagination that’s well written into the story. The book has romance, adventure, paranormal, hot gods and goddess – you name it. The biggest challenge is keeping all the gods names straight and how they are connected to each other. Trinity is a really good read that goes quickly. I finished the book in one day. I highly recommend this book! You won’t be disappointed!
Posted September 14, 2013
This was just an OK read. I could tell though that the next in the series will be more involved. This one really didn't interest me enough to want to read the next one.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 8, 2012
Payton has a average life. Late one night though, she stops to help a stranger in distress. Soon she learns this stranger is even stranger than she had imagined, and Payton finds herself caught up in a world she didn't even know existed. It seems Payton's true identity has been hidden from her. Now Payton must struggle to regain her memory even as she tries to keep away from a rival faction that is very interested in her.
This was a bit of a familiar story (girl is actually really important but has lost her memory), but it has a freshness to it due to the creativity of the plot. I found the story so interesting. There was a particular part of the story about another mysterious woman that was so cool. That kept me reading until the end and wanting more. It definitely managed to capture my attention. It was a very unique concept. I had a couple problems when reading though. One was I found the characters hard to keep up with a bit. Names of the gods were sort of thrown at me without too much information about them, so it was hard to keep up with who was who. I'm also horrible with just remembering names without some kind of distinguishing characteristic though. The other was that sometimes there were a lot of short sentences in a row. This could make for a choppy narrative, and that could take me out of the story a bit.
Getting past those things though, I was really intrigued by the story. I liked that Payton managed to take charge of her own destiny even when she was unsure what it was. Not only was Terran dreamy, he made a great companion for Payton. I did wish I got a little more information about the conflict between the various factions of the gods. Overall though, this book did a great job of leaving me hanging and wanting more. That ending was a little surprising and left me with tons of questions. I know I will be looking for the sequel. This book is creative and will leave you wondering what happens next.
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