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A Demon's Promise (Soul Savers Book 1) by [Cook, Kristie]
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Length: 368 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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"An exciting and fascinating fantasy of demons and angels, highly recommended" - Midwest Book Review

From the Author

Thank you, reader, for giving me this opportunity to touch your life, if only for a few hours. I hope you enjoy this story and come back for more. 

Kristie Cook

Product Details

  • File Size: 4599 KB
  • Print Length: 368 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ang'dora Productions, LLC; 2 edition (August 7, 2011)
  • Publication Date: August 7, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005GGMC1I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,984 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Growing up can be hard when you are normal but when you are different it can be a nightmare. For Alexis, she has always been considered a freak even more so when an incident occured in her science class and the class caught her. Alexis has the ability to heal herself immediately , in ways she reminded me of Claire from the hit TV Show Heroes - a cross between her and Mercy Thompson from Patrica Briggs novels. Every couple of months , Alexis and her mother Sophia have been moving and running - Alexis's life has been a constant upheavel of different surnames and different towns. She has never felt anywhere so peaceful until recently - their latest move in where Alexis starts college unfortunately Alexis has been suffering visions and nightmares of people after her - Has it got something to do with her abilities ? Enter Tristan , he is the hot guy on campus and surprise , surprise he is interested or so it seems in Alexis. As the novel progresses we see Alexis fall for Tristan but it seems he is hiding a dark secret abot his past and he knows more about Alexis than she even knows . As the romance blossoms , we start to wonder whether their love is for real or does Tristan have an ulterior motive ?
Alexis also discovers in Promise , her family heritage and a Pandora's box is open and secrets are revealed.
Will Alexis life ever return to normal or is the change and discoveries only just beginning ?
Find out in Kristie Cook's novel Promise - Book #1 in the Soul Savers Series.
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The story was good, characters drew me in. I found it baffling that the main character was refused knowledge of her family history until she experienced a given event, but then was told anyway later in the story, without the event having to occur.

What I mostly dislike, however, is the story stopping without any type of ending.
Its not like S.Kings Tower series, or Ms Rowlings magic series where you have resolution to the the books main events. This book just stops. Events are unexplained, and the reader is left wondering "so why did I read this?".

I would say this next is a spoiler, but how can you spoil something that has already gone bad? So...
Why would an author take out the main male character and just stop writing without resolution or giving hope of a return?
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I bought this book because I was getting books that were 4 or more stars. I wasn't reading the reviews when I purchased it. I didn't know that the sexual scenes were so vivid or that there was use of the f word. I do wish they would let people know that.

I feel that Alexis thinks too much about herself and what is going to happen to her. She doesn't seem to worry how her actions are going to help or hurt others.

I fell in love with Tristan, if only there were real people like him. I am a senior citizen, and I haven't found one like him yet.

I do hope that in the next book we will hear more about all the characters in this book.
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This book doesn't deserve a single star but I was unable to submit the review without giving it one star. It reads like it was written by a 13 year old, and the story is pointless and goes nowhere. I resented the waste of my time more than the $.99 I spent. I will never trust book reviews again.
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Can't say enough how good this series is. I love the characters, the story, and the the fact that the story is unpredicitable. I've already reread this and Purpose (book 2) a couple times. Can't wait for the next book. I told my sister about the book immediately and I created another addict. The books will make you laugh and cry and keep you on the edge of your seat. A very refreshingly good story.
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It's not easy to create a fictional character who becomes so real that readers fall in love with him, but Kristie Cook has done it. When I finished reading Promise, I had its sequel, Purpose, ready to open, because being without Tristan would have been almost as difficult for me as for Alexis, his soulmate. All the characters are so fully drawn, the reader can see them. Dialog is natural and believable. Scenes, events, the entire story is so well-told and well-written, it's as if the reader is experiencing it along with the characters.

Alexis has to face special challenges in her coming-of-age story. She's different from humans, but she is also different from her own kind. Tristan is just as unique, but his challenges have been created for him by the demons of Hell. He is a hero with his own problems, and without Alexis he would have failed. How the two master their strengths - and weaknesses - makes fascinating reading.

One of the things I liked best about this book was that it let me live with the characters on good days, and during less eventful times, as well as during those events that left blood on the walls. The reader has time to get to know everybody, and to care about them, without being breathlessly plunged into one fight and escape after another. Don't think this slows the action; it merely gives the characters an opportunity to make startling disclosures and to fill out their own stories. When the action comes again, the reader has spent a fascinating time with the characters, and has been led to hope that further problems might be avoided.

I loved the book, I love Kristie Cook for giving it to us, but mostly (even though there are no more like him to be found) I love Tristan. You probably will, too.
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