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  • File Size: 4223 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0987522116
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: InkyBlots (July 15, 2011)
  • Publication Date: July 15, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005FQN2A4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,167,905 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jaime McDougall is a citizen of the world, currently loving life in beautiful country Victoria in Australia. She loves eating sushi, kidnapping her husband and naming her pets in honour of science fiction authors. (So far, a cat named Asimov and two dogs named Brin and Zenna.)

She's long had a love of fiction, and she began telling stories as a child even before she knew how to write them. Settling into one genre was never her style and she has plans for novels in women's fiction, urban fantasy and more.

She has been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: High School: The Real Deal and Chicken Soup for the Soul: Campus Chronicles. She has also enjoyed writing a column called 'The New Australian' in local newspapers as well as various articles online.

Her fiction work and poetry has been published both online and off in places including The Oddville Press (no longer running) and The Filth zine.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chels on August 30, 2011
Format: Paperback
This book takes the reader right into the thick of the action. Phoebe, the main character, is running away from a certain evil who the reader will meet later on in the novel. Phoebe is a tense, cautious, and slightly afraid main character. She has every right to be though, the monster that chased her was the same monster that killed her brother. Phoebe lives life carefully and always with a wary eye on the lookout. When she runs into Aidan, a real alpha man, her life becomes even more confusing. She has to deal with feelings she now has for a person she can't easily protect.

Attacks by the mystery monster continue to happen, forcing Phoebe to come full circle and face her fears before she loses someone very special to her. The reader will enjoy reading about the shifter scenes, the touch of paranormal makes the novel much more interesting than the average love story. The love scenes are steamy and believable, integral in a novel with a romance edge. The characters were worth reading about. Phoebe has her flaws, but those serve to make her a more believable character. Aidan is the handsome protector, he will be a huge draw to female readers. The secondary characters are just as fun to get to know. The ending is exciting and perfect for the novel. The reader will be completely satisfied. This book is recommended to adult readers who enjoy paranormal romance.

*complimentary review copy provided, this does not affect my opinion in any way*
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shari on July 6, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I looked forward to this book and enjoyed it for the most part. I had a few issues with timing on revealing the important elements of the book. The book starts out with Phoebe running away from danger only to be attacked by a werewolf. Now you never see her freak out about it, which was a little weird, but then she doesn't realize there are werewolves in town until later. You suspect what her secret it right away but it all just felt more confusing than interesting.

Aidan is a detective investigating a series of werewolf murders. The town doesn't know they are werewolves, they just think people are being murdered. So Aidan is stepping lightly with his two partners, who are werewolves as well. Aidan saves Phoebe from the werewolf attack and tries to connect with her to let her know she is now a werewolf. See you can already guess the secret since Phoebe doesn't even think about what the attack could mean. But then Phoebe is on the run from someone who keeps finding and stalking her. She thinks she must skip town again, but she is tired of doing that.

In reality, the heroine thinks she can fix everything when she really can't. Then there is Aidan being he alpha of the pack, but I never really bought he was the alpha. He seemed more beta to me than anything. Not a softie, but not someone who leads either.

One main character seems to bite a bullet literally in the book, which felt a little pushed rather than shocking.

Overall, it was a good attempt, but the writing needs some time to mature and fill in the gaps and emotions of the story that I couldn't get into.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nadia on September 30, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Echo Falls, by Jaime McDougall, is a good paranormal story that I thought it was in need of further development. The story follows Phoebe Martin who is attacked in the opening chapter and wakes up to find a handsome man, Aidan, taking care of her. They have more things in common than they realize.

The first few chapters held my attention but then I found myself questioning the actions of most of the characters. I found it strange that in some situations Aidan, a policeman and werewolf, didn't seem to act like either. The secondary characters didn't have much backstory and so they kind of blended into one another for me. In general, I found the writing to be good but thought some descriptions were awkward, which made me detach from the story.

Overall: While I enjoyed the basic premise, I found that I needed more development of both plot and characters to appreciate it. I think McDougall shows promise so I will probably purchase her other works when they become available.

Edited: Author, Jaime McDougall, kindly pointed out, "Echo Falls is just over 59,500 words and the print novel is 232 pages long." Apologies, Jaime, for the confusion.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cheryl c malandrinos VINE VOICE on November 17, 2011
Format: Paperback
Phoebe Martin keeps running from her past. Problem is, it keeps catching up with her. She hopes Echo Falls is finally her safe haven from the secrets she holds inside.

After Phoebe is violently attacked in an alley, policeman Aidan O'Bryan finds her to be the only path to understanding why the Echo Falls pack--his pack--is being attacked. When another pack member is killed, Phoebe is forced to confront her past before she loses everything, including Aidan.

I felt drawn in right from the moment I met Phoebe, who was running for her life. I love a book that drops me right into the action, and Echo Falls certainly did that.

I applaud an author who can create a superb villain, as it is something I struggle with as a writer. McDougall managed to make Liam despicable, yet the reader still is left with an ounce of sympathy for him. Challenging to do, yet wonderful when a storyteller creates such a character. McDougall's strength definitely resides in her ability to develop characters and bring them to life for her readers: Aidan the strong, sexy hero; Phoebe the independent, stubborn heroine who is determined to handle things herself; Will and Elle--husband and wife, leaders in the pack, who accept Phoebe and help her feel welcome; Mia, a member of the pack who isn't fond of Phoebe and Aidan's developing relationship.

I would definitely look forward to an Echo Falls sequel, perhaps a story that focuses on one of the secondary characters. If you enjoy a fast-paced paranormal romance, Echo Falls is the book for you.
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