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Grimm Tidings: Grimm's Circle (Grimm's Circle Book 6) Kindle Edition
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This is book 6 of the Grimm's Circle series and each book takes a new twist on a fairytale. Now each book can be stand alone, but I find it helpful to read the series in order because of recurring characters and events. In Grimm Tidings we get an interesting take on Jacob from A Christmas Carole. Without giving away too much of the story Celine has become a Grimm, but because of regrets from the past what she really wants is to forget it all. In walks Jacob brought in to train her and help her come to terms with her past.
What I liked about this story is that both characters are kick ass fighters and even though they are both strong physically, emotionally they are weak. There is lots of emotion and angst, but that they work it out together makes it worth the wait for the HEA. The way Ms. Walker weaves in the Jacob and A Christmas Carole with him being Grimm and his powers is very creative and original. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and would recommend this and the whole series.
Jacob, is given the task of training a new Grimm named Celeste. After suffering a tragic death, she refuses to let go of the life she had and continues to torment the trainers to the point that they simply refuse to work with her. Thinking Jacob will just be another trainer to toss her aside, she continually puts herself in harms way and dwells on her old life when she can. When she takes it a step too far, Jacob decides that it is time to push Celeste to the edge and see if she can finally let go of her past and move on to her future. In doing so, he learns that his feelings for Celeste are becoming too strong to ignore. Can Jacob save her from her own sorrow? When is is finally able to show her what she is capable of, he realizes too late that he may be able to save Celeste from her heartache, but not himself.
This book really took me by surprise. Throughout the story the author throws in hints about Jacob's past life and it kept me curious from beginning to end.Read more ›
I have been a fan of Shiloh Walker's Grimm's Circle series since the very first book, and look forward to each new release. Ms. Walker's world is one that is dark, brooding and filled with danger at every turn. The characters are all too human, with flaws and weaknesses just like the rest of us, with one difference: they are all given second chances to become guardians of the human race as Grimms, guardian angels who fight the demons who would possess humanity and destroy life.
Celine is strong, fast and willing to fight any demon she sees; the more the better. But until she can let go of her old life and the feelings of guilt and failure, she won't be more than a fighting machine, and may even be dangerous to herself and others. She has regrets, and wishes she could settle the problems she had with her husband before her `death' and rebirth as a Grimm. I liked watching as Celine grew and realized she wanted something that would never have been. I enjoyed watching as she waged her battle of will against Jacob, and I liked her ability to accept her new role in life.Read more ›
An intriguing glimpse into the lives of some of the Grimm with hints about the backgrounds of several of the secondary characters. There is a bit of jerkiness to the story as the scene suddenly changes in a couple of areas and the ending is a bit abrupt but the characters are engaging and there are plenty of intriguing asides including the link to Dickensian characters. An entertaining quick read.
This title was given to me by the author in return for an honest review
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I love Shiloh Walker’s “Grimm” world. It’s leaner and simpler than some of the other paranormal worlds out there right now, and that’s kind of a relief between the other books. Read morePublished 19 months ago by H. Grove (errantdreams)
I always look forward to reading Grimm's Circle stories. This one has a neat twist, A Christmas Carol is one of my all time favorite books and I loved reading about the 'real... Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by J. Duarte
Celine is a baby Grimm who doesn't care if she lives or dies. Plagued by her guilt and what "could have been", has made her a fierce fighter, but has also caused plenty of trainers... Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by Lindsey Hutchison
They lived as humans. They died as legends. They returned as guardians. They are Grimm...
Jacob knew as soon as he saw Celine that she was his. Read more
I love Ms. Walker's gritty twist on fairy tales, and have followed the series as each one has been released. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by B. Hyde
Jacob knows a thing or two about the chains of the past. How that harder you hang on to them the worst your future will be. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by Kelly
How much do I love Shiloh Walker's books? Let me count the ways...I've been meaning to get a jump start on this series and I was ecstatic to be given the chance to read her latest... Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by Kate
I'll be honest, I wasn't sure what I was in for going in to this book. I have read other titles by Shiloh Walker and loved them, but never read any of the others in this series. Read morePublished on April 26, 2012 by S. Mapplebeck