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The first two chapters broke my heart for Ealasaid, being captured and held by devils for more than 10 years it is a miracle that she is even alive and sane. She has given up hope to ever be free, and instead wishes for death, but that is a wish the devils are not inclined to honor.
By a twist of Fate, Raven ends up meeting Ealasaid and with one touch knows that she is his mate, and the woman he will spend the rest of his life with.
The struggle to get Ealasaid free and then to have her start learning to trust Raven will be one of the hardest things Raven has ever done, and that says a lot since he is one of the most powerful warlocks in the world.
I loved the way the relationship between Raven and Ealasaid came to be, it was not a love at first sight or touch for her, and that makes sense after being held captive for 10 years.
When they start to learn why the devil's wanted her will their bond be enough to defeat the trouble brewing? Can Ealasaid ever really Love Raven the way he deserves?
Well, you'll have to read By The Fates to find that out!
Read the warning for this book!
Warning: This book contains several graphic scenes of physical and sexual torture and is intended for readers over 18. The first two chapters are intended to be difficult to read and should not be read by sensitive readers.
If you are a sensitive person, do not read this and then say you had not been warned that it is tough to get through, but everything does add to the story line in the end!
Well done Patricia D. Eddy!
I didn't know if this combination would work for me but I was wrong! It was a mind blowing combination. You already know the summary of the book so I won't write about that but about why I loved the book instead.
First I'll say that the author Patricia Eddy has a phenomenon way with words. The description of everything made me feel like I was right there. Every word made it vivid and so real. One point in the book when Ealasaid is feeling the sun on her ski for the fist time in many years I swear I could feel what she was feeling!
The violent scences were done with taste not graphic to the point of disgusting but enough so I was made to know what was done to Ealasaid (the heroine) and the pain she endured. The sweet loving scenes were absolutely breathtaking. Everything had a balance the evil and the good,the pain and the healing and weakness to strength.
Your going to love Ealasaid! Seeing her go from broken to the ultimate level of strength and confidence was amazing.
Let's not forget the hero Raven he is the complete package,good looking,warm,protective and so patient.
I also adorned the supporting characters. All of them completed each other. My favorite though would have to be Faolan (want to know who he is read the book) I had a soft spot for him. He comes off gruff and mean but he also has a tender heart for a devil,lol.
I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
Get the book trust be you won't regret it! I finished it in less than two days because I just had to know what was going to happen next! (Lost a lot of sleep but it was worth it).
I was put off by some of the graphic sex/love scenes. It wasn't so much the scenes themselves but the terminology used. IE: persistent use of the vulgar term for "penis" made it sordid. There are so many other synonyms that could have been used and kept the beauty to the true lovemaking scenes.
What I couldn't understand was how the main, female protagonist, after twenty-seven years of physical/mental/sexual abuse and the denial of base needs, is able to recover from that in a matter of a few weeks. (Geez, after my husband died [suicide], it took me two years of therapy and medication to accept his death and not shoulder the blame for his death!) Granted, magic and special circumstances had a lot to do with her recovery, but it wasn't a realistic period of time.
My overall impression of the novel: I enjoyed it and look forward to the next installment and that Ms. Eddy will pay attention to the critiques of her readers.
I normally don't read paranormal, so this book took me longer than normal to read. I enjoyed the story of Raven and Ealasaid and their binding love. I thought the story was well written and the characters were wonderfully developed. Other than being lost and not understanding some references, it was an enjoyable read. I believe the lack of understanding comes from not having read much paranormal in the past, so some terms were strange to me. I did my best not to allow that to cloud my enjoyment of the book and would recommend this to anyone who is a fan of this genre. Patricia Eddy is a marvelous writer who can weave a story better than most. Enjoy!
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Too much sex for me though.
I am always up for a good tale of make-believe, magic, the paranormal and this is not that story.Read more
Love it!! Didn't want it to end. Will be rereading this book .
The storyline was slow and it never seemed to pick up for me.
I would say first that there is a trigger warning, however the book is much more...Read more