Caledonia: Book Three

Caledonia: Book Three

by Letitia Coyne

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Overview

Which deception costs the most, the lies we are told, or the lies we tell ourselves?

Caledonia, AD83

Antony is a spy, a Natione -- native Britons conscripted to the Roman auxiliary army. When she meets him, Eirbrin believes she has found a mystic, a man of power who can help her to overcome the demons of past guilt and shame. Everything about him should warn Brin of his deception -- while he is trapped between an irresistible love and an immovable duty.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780992285562
Publisher: Letitia Coyne Fiction
Publication date: 04/22/2019
Series: Roman , #3
Edition description: 2019 Print ed.
Pages: 248
Sales rank: 1,073,712
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.56(d)

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Caledonia: Book Three 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read all three books and they are all equally good. They are all free, but if they weren't I'd pay for them. I love that you get to see each brother fall in love and see their personalities. Over the three book series you are introduced to Luc, Marc, Tav, Edan and Antony all soldiers who save the leading lady. Well all except the twins edan and tav. I highly recommend all three books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful series.... excellent writing, a story that grabs you and it's free.  What more could anyone want?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This my first book by Ms. Coyne. This is book three in this series and i have not read the first two. The book is over 600 pages. The leading man is alpha-male and the female can be strong and is loyal to Caledonians questfor freedom from Rome. The romance is good but too drawn out. If the history is correct, the writing is good. Lots of lives lot. I will probably read books 1 and 2.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You people should just read this novel yourselves and write your own review on this novel. I really enjoyed reading this novel very much. ShelleyMA
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
  The characters were one dimensional.  The story did not keep me interested.  I could not force myself to finish the book.
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BookLover1420 More than 1 year ago
I hate to rate this low, but here's why: The editting is poor, and several incidents of "they needed to they needed to her tell they needed to" occur (yes, pulled from the actual novel). It drew me out of thenovel and that's never a good thing for a reader. The plot is sound, but wasn't used to its potential. The set up of the impossible romance, with both heroine and hero devoted to 'their side" is an excellent set up, when done correctly. Here, it's not. There's just too many lies and inconsistencies, and outright 'blind eye' . He's a spy, sure. But she's supposedly a smart lady, who's been in the battles and knows the plans, so why would she simply blindly trust him? While she does exhibit some hesistency, her actions don't hold out with her thoughts. A bit more explanations of WHY she acted as she did would have helped. It's hinted at, and I don't want to give away 'spoilers', but could have been more fully developed. A few sentences here and there would have made this a better read for me There are chapters of simply sex for sex's sake. This was different from the first two books, and really not needed. The plot should stand on its own, and sex should further it. While the scenes were well written, it was over long and not needed for the story. It seemed to be 'filler'. The entire last few chapters seemed 'filler', actually, as if the author ran out of ideas and just wanted the book to end. The ceremony is too graphic, in my opinion, and as one of Celtic descend, I found it jarring and controversal that it happened as the writer described--not saying it didn't, just that the scene came from nowhere and seemed more for 'shock value' than to further the story. I did love the descriptions of the country, and what war does to those not fighting. It's not a 'glamorous or romantic' time period and the author portrayed that very well.