The Assassin's Mark

The Assassin's Mark

by Tavin Soren, Sarah Makela


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942873846
Publisher: Kissa Press LLC
Publication date: 06/15/2016
Series: Edge of Oblivion , #1
Pages: 154
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author Sarah Mäkelä loves her fiction dark, magical, and passionate. She is a paranormal romance author and a life-long paranormal fan who still sleeps with a night light. In her spare time, she reads sexy books, watches scary movies, and plays computer games with her husband. When she gets the chance, she loves traveling the world too. If you're interested in being the first to know about her next release, sign up for her newsletter.


Tavin Soren is an urban fantasy and paranormal romance author. He loves whiskey, has a sense of adventure, and enjoys learning about all things supernatural.

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The Assassin's Mark 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
kimIA More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story. The characters were well written and it moved at a great pace. The authors did not leave the story with a cliffhanger which is awesome. The mixture of present and pass was a great twist. Great descriptions with an easy flowing and creative plot kept my interest throughout the book. There is plenty of action, romance and magic in the story too. I hope the authors create more stories together because this one was wonderful!
Theresa OConnell More than 1 year ago
I loved the whole idea of this book. It was a quick read that I could not put down. The idea of two worlds meeting through magic was interesting. Edward, a trained assassin, finds himself transported by magic to a distant land where he is enlisted, after rescuing her by chance, to keep Princess Brigit alive long enough to take the throne. As they make their way home to two realize they have feelings for each other and Brigit finds that a secret she is carrying is growing stronger. But Edward remains focused on getting her home where she promises him there are books that can help him return home. Will the two survive the many attempts to kidnap her and be able to be together in the end? The main characters are well developed as out the secondary characters and most are likable. Over all this was a great fantasy book with a budding romance and enough to action to keep me reading till the end. This is a stand alone book and does not contain a cliffhanger and I am looking forward to reading the others in the series.
Cherri-Anne More than 1 year ago
I want you and nothing else. 3 stars I want this. I want what we have together. Please. This is an okay/good story, different than I expected though. This is only my second Skelton Key story, so not knowing the "guidelines" or anything about the multi-author series, I really wasn't sure what kind of story it would be. I was a little disappointed that the magic part of it was so short and glossed over, only because that was one of the main reasons I was interested in it - for the paranormal/fantasy aspect to it. I found the book description to be a little off from the story, or again, maybe I was just expecting something different. To me, there was a lot of ambiguity or assumptions to be made, making the story a little harder to follow and to stay engaged with. For example, in the description it says that Edward finds himself protecting the princess that he’s seen in his dreams, but to me, that wasn’t really expanded on or explored further. Because I was expecting it to be more of a paranormal or fantasy type of book and once I realized that wasn’t the case (at least not to my way of thinking), I had a hard time staying interested in it. Whether that is a reflection on the story itself, or just me… who knows. Just to be fair, I did try to read this again a few days later, after knowing what to expect and having read it already, but unfortunately my opinions didn’t change. Again, this is my review and my thoughts on the story, and is not necessarily a reflection of the talent of the authors or the story itself. Just because this isn't my kind of story doesn't mean that it is not worthwhile for others to read. I have loved every single book of Sarah's that I have read so far and am very eager to catch up on the ones I have missed while waiting for her next paranormal/fantasy/sci-fi book(s) to be released! I also look forward to reading Tavin's upcoming new release Asylum Series (Urban Fantasy).
LisaB95 More than 1 year ago
I was so excited to see this Skeleton Key Series come out. I really liked thi one. I'm taking off one star because it really needed editing. It didn't ruin the story though. I loved all the characters. Edward was my favorite. Knowing how he was an assassin, I wasn't sure how this would play out. I think I was picturing something more magical the whole time there. But it was well done. All the brave knights helping the princess was just so heart warming. The pace was nice. This was a nice amount of story in this short of book.
AnyTime_ReaderSF More than 1 year ago
WOW I loved this story by the author. This has great characters in it and fantastic character interaction. I received an advanced copy of this book for an honest review.This is 1 book from The Skeleton Key book series by various authors.
pammyl More than 1 year ago
Princess Brigit has just lost her mom and dad the king and queen of the land. Someone had killed them and she doesn't know who she can trust. Edward is a covert secret agent in England. On a mission gone bad he hears a woman's voice telling him he has to save her or he will kill her. Next he knows he finds himself in an other world and his adventure begins is also were he meets Brigit. WOW this was an awesome read! I loved the mystery and adventure in this story with great much fun to read. It's got magic, history romance, mystery and adventure! Book given for an honest review and I honestly loved it.