By the Fates, Freed

By the Fates, Freed

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ISBN-13: 9781490361611
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/09/2013
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Patricia D. Eddy doesn't know how to relax. Really. She's tried. But between a full time job, running, cycling, swimming, writing, reading, and the occasional movie or trivia night, it just doesn't happen. Despite routinely telling her mother that her life is boring, what she really means is that she doesn't have enough free time to get bored. She wouldn't have it any other way. She lives in Seattle with her husband and three cats. She has been known to participate in clandestine coffee bean exchanges in corner shops and is happiest when she's mixing the perfect Manhattan.

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By the Fates, Freed 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
8306780 More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Ealasaid begins life as a slave to the devil. .He takes control of her life when she turns sixteen, killing her mother. He uses her, names her slave, and shares her body with others. She was a witch and lost it when he collared her.Raven is introduced to her to pay a debt. He frees her. The devil clan of Kendrick is responsible for all the pain and suffering. Will she be collared again ? Will she be able to mate with Raven ? Will their sister Ami ever be safe ?
crazy4peanutbutter More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I like the book for the most part however I'm not a big fan of BDSM. The book is written very stark and vivid. It may not be for everybody. L.
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BookDevour More than 1 year ago
By the fates, Freed by Patricia D. Eddy Not even halfway through I had to write this author and fuss. I was reading on my break and crying; my timer went off and I had to get myself together before I could get back to my desk. That is how good this book is! I really got into this book right away, the story of Elasaid the target of a powerful devil clan. They bind her, taking her name, her voice, and her magic. Shackled inside the cold, stone walls of the devil’s prison, tortured and abused, she pray s for a death she knows will not come. A few times I had to give myself a break, some of these scenes were really intense, but the payoff and meeting Raven helped me get through some of the more 'raw' scenes. Raven, a warlock and powerful protector gives a casual promise to his king’s Council results in a life-changing discovery. He must free her the witch or his very life will be over. Freed, Elsaid must learn how to trust again. But Raven with the face of a dark angel is hiding something — a secret that will give the witch the strength to help her to fulfill her destiny. As she comes into her power, she will discover a pure truth that allows her to save herself and the man she loves. This is the first book in the By the Fates trilogy.  Warning: This book contains disturbing and potentially offensive scenes including forced imprisonment, rape and physical and mental torture. Suitable for adult audiences only.  The Good: This book is very well written, some of the 'raw' scenes I described above could have really turned me off, but they were tastefully done. You feel the heroine's pain, without being too weighed down. And later, when she is free, you will cry happy tears of joy with her as she discovers life. If that is not enough, than let me tell you that the characters are likeable and well written and the plot is a good pace so you can be introduced into this new world without having to go back to the beginning trying to define a term. I love bad guys and this had more than a few for me to choose from, Yay! Also a plus is the fact that there were no screaming errors; the book is well edited and there are no glaring plot holes either. This book is told in the first person narrative of both main characters, I know that a lot of people don’t care for first person; I'm not one of them. However, for those that do,  I felt that the break-up of point view really helps with the FP.  Diversity: Raven is Dusky, Marcus is dark skinned. Thank you for writing good diverse characters  The bad:  I just felt that the bad guys need a better come uppance. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ealasaid, imprisoned by demons for most of her life, is rescued by her mate, Raven at the age of 27. Struggeling to overcome the nightmares of the past, Ealasaid must continue to fight the demons who had enslaved her for so long. A prophecy fortelling of her birth and her life's purpose was the cause of her imprisonment. To learn more about the prophecy and what roles Ealasaid and Raven both play in it, please read the book.