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Expiation: The Whisper of Death (Touched) (Volume 4) Paperback – April 18, 2017
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Elisa S. Amore is the author of the paranormal romance saga Touched. She wrote the first book while working at her parents' diner, dreaming up the story between one order and the next. She lives in Italy with her husband, her son, and a pug that sleeps all day. She's wild about pizza and traveling, which is a source of constant inspiration for her. She dreamed up some of the novels' love scenes while strolling along the canals in Venice and visiting the home of Romeo's Juliet in romantic Verona. Her all-time favorite writer is Shakespeare, but she also loves Nicholas Sparks. She prefers to do her writing at night, when the rest of the world is asleep and she knows the stars above are keeping her company. She's now a full-time writer of romance and young adult fiction. In her free time she likes to read, swim, walk in the woods, and daydream. She collects books and animated movies, all jealously guarded under lock and key. Her family has nicknamed her "the bookworm." After its release, the first book of her saga quickly made its way up the charts, winning over thousands of readers. Touched: The Caress of Fate is her debut novel and the first in the four-book series originally published in Italy by one of the country's leading publishing houses. The book trailer was shown in Italian movie theaters during the premiere of the film Twilight: Breaking Dawn--Part 2.
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It did take awhile for me to get into it. In the beginning all they cared about sex but I soon realized that maybe the author was doing that because of Gemmas nature of being a witch was affecting Evan.
Alot of it is rushed. Certain parts should have been longer and more in depth. Especially Peters and Liams parts. They were just accepted without a second thought. It kind of throws Gemma and Evan into the Selfish Category. It was like they were willimg to give up everything including their son in order to be together. Thats twisted. The ending of the book definitely out weighed the cons which is why I gave it 5 stars but I hope that the spin off whom im guessing is with Liam will be better and more thought out. The final books in every season is usually rushed because the writers are despearte for everyone to see their ending but she missed really big opportunities rushing this one. Hopefully she gives peter his own book after casting him a side in this one.