Hanging Pawns

Hanging Pawns

by Emersyn Vallis

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Overview

We all have choices in life... paths to take... roads to follow....
It's on those journeys that fate finds us and takes us where we need to be... Without a second glance we can be taken away from things we know... "people we love" and given a new life...
One that can change us... save us...
What would you do if fate dropped you at a crossroads? Would you go back? Or would you run like hell the other way?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150397279
Publisher: Emersyn Vallis
Publication date: 08/05/2014
Series: Fate Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 926,580
File size: 711 KB

About the Author

Emersyn Valis is an author from the east coast, but not the beachy part. When she's not carting her three kids, a cat who thinks he's human, and a hamster who eats Reese's, around she can be seen with a book in her hand or on her face when she drops it from falling asleep while reading. You can find her online at EmersynVallis.com

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Hanging Pawns 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Amers86 More than 1 year ago
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian. I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. This was a good book, but slightly confusing and hard to get into at the beginning, but I think part of that is it’s been quite a while since I read the first book. The further you read the more the characters developed and were revealed. This made the book flow much smoother and was a much easier read. This book had more somber emotions, especially where Mea was concerned. Those times, dealing with Mea’s flashbacks to her family or the things her mom would tell her, were especially heartbreaking. Those times in the book made me want to jump into the story and try to get her mother to wise up. Those moments were frustrating to say the least! The author did a great job getting those emotions and feelings to really shine through on this story. We didn’t get to know Josh much in the story. He lives with the triplets and has a family but we don’t know much about his family. It would have been nice to dive a little bit more into his past life. Overall, a good read, not as much depth as the first one, but a good read and answers questions that arise during the first book regarding Mea and Josh. Pick up book one before you read this one, things will definitely make more sense.