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Haven: A Lowtown novel Paperback – March 13, 2018
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I absolutely adore the world she's put into place here. Everything is so well formed with its own history and culture that it really feels like I'm living in Blackthorn...―Marked by Books
This is a paranormal universe like none you have encountered before... There are stories that are so powerful, so intense that I do not believe anyone should warn you about what is to come... I truly do feel that if you love the Paranormal genre and have not yet discovered Lindsay J. Pryor or these novels then you need to read them, experience them first hand.―Keeper Bookshelf
This concept is creative and different from other paranormal books I've read lately.―My Paranormal Book Review
The author's fluid writing style kept me glued to the pages. But more than her talent for words is her ability to create a complex world while intersecting character storylines adeptly.―The Author Visits
The author does an amazing job not only with the world-building that is absolutely astonishing but with the characterization also.―Love and Live to Read
Not only are Pryor's characters and fathomlessly dark love stories fabulous, but her continual world building of Blackthorn blows me away. ―Gravetells
Lindsay is a wonderful writer. She's crafted one heck of a world...―Vice President of Creative Affairs for Relativity Media Film Studios, California
Lindsay is a wonderful writer. She's crafted one heck of a world.―Vice President of Creative Affairs for Relativity Media Film Studios
Lindsay Pryor has crafted a world that's intricate, gritty and genuinely fascinating...―Big Little Sister Blog
Lindsay J. Pryor is an author with a great potential. She writes paranormal romance mixed with urban fantasy the way I like it - clever world-building, intense characters and no easy options for them to take.―Nocturnal Book Reviews
About the Author
Lindsay J. Pryor is the author of the Amazon bestselling BLACKTHORN series, her dark, complex and gritty urban PNR having achieved numerous Gothic and PNR number ones in both the UK and the US.
Quickly deciding that fantasy was more interesting than reality, Lindsay has been creating stories since she was nine years old. She holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Psychology and Communication and is a qualified Psychology lecturer and English teacher. She taught for eighteen years before becoming a full-time author.
Lindsay was born and grew up in Wales and now lives in South West England with her husband, their rescue bunny and a plethora of wild woodland creatures.
To find out more about Lindsay or her books, please visit www.lindsayjpryor.com or visit her Facebook page where she regularly chats to her readers.
BLACKTHORN is Lindsay's debut series. Due to the overarching plot, the books are best read in order. The series concludes with Book 8.
Book 1 - BLOOD SHADOWS
Book 2 - BLOOD ROSES
Book 3 - BLOOD TORN
Book 4 - BLOOD DEEP
Book 5 - BLOOD DARK
Book 6 - BLOOD INSTINCT
Book 7 - BLOOD BOUND
Book 8 - BLOOD BROKEN (Release date TBC)
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Haven is just as dark,gritty,and depraved as her previous series but yet surprisingly different. Although Haven is a spinoff series it is a standalone book, which I think is awesome because you know what becomes of Nate and Ember. No cliff hanger, no waiting for what seems like forever till the next book is out......instant satisfaction. Although I love a good series, it's nice to read a standalone on occasion.
Ms. Pryor is an excellent story teller and her character and world building are superb! Definitely refreshing in a genre that sometimes is rather predictable.
Enter Nate and Ember: the connection between these two is both electric and magical. Both tortured souls, one looking for absolution, the other a better way of life.
I laughed, cried, yelled and rooted for them......I was totally hooked!
Thank you Lindsay for another fantastic read!
I’ve loved the Blackthorn series for several reasons, mainly because the stories are dark, gritty, sexy and give me a completely different perspective on the Paranormal world than other series have. If you’ve read that series then you’ll completely understand when I say Haven ratchets that feeling up tenfold into a darker, more dangerous, truly evil world. While an environment can be evil it doesn’t mean that every citizen of Lowtown is as well. There are good people living here trying desperately to go through the hoops and tests and insanely complicated dance to be allowed to move out to another district… somewhere a bit safer, with a better chance at life. Ember is one such citizen. She keeps her head down, saves her money, goes through the complicated dance to be so close to getting out that she can touch it, feel it, breathe it… until he happens and life changes, forever.
Ember’s life isn’t what it seems on the surface. Unknown to her there are connections, history and events that link her to people best avoided and events better left unspoken. When everything she thought she knew for certain goes up in smoke there is one person who has answers, one man who matters in ways she never expected. Nate. Vampire.
Nate is the embodiment of lethal danger, he is the reason you look over your shoulder at night searching the shadows the feeling of being frozen in place while every muscle screams to run, the shiver of darkness that doesn’t allow you to look away from eyes that see too much. Nate is the reason I’m addicted to Paranormal. A man who is dangerous beyond words, yet there is something still human there that flutters at the edges of your vision. Aloof, compelling, a silent deadly killer when needed, a strong capable presence to turn to when necessary. Nate will become the role model for every vampire you read from this day forward to live up to. Yes, he’s that mesmerizing, and that badass.
Ember and Nate have connections to their past, their present and their future should they survive. Each brings power, knowledge, abilities and emotions into their mix. Ember is no simpering woman in need of a hero, she can stand on her own. Nate is no hero, in his own eyes, yet for this human woman he can do and feel things he never expected. He’s lived alone. Truly alone. Now he’s not… and that is both a miracle and a curse.
Haven will draw you in with a compelling couple, a truly dark and gritty world, and a story that will twist, turn, anger, sadden and completely consume you. You’ll find light in this dark world, and watch as two people defend the good that needs to survive while falling deeper into each other. There are moments that will make you want to look away from the page – but you can’t. Moments that will give you a smile in the midst of darkness. And by the ending you’ll want more, so much more… but you’ll have to wait until next time.
I am always amazed at the magic that authors create. Lindsay J. Pryor has given us another paranormal world to rival Blackthorn. Not take its place, but companion with. Her world building, the descriptions that place me right in the middle of the action, the emotions that are drawn out of me while in her worlds always leaves me in awe. And I don’t say that lightly. If you haven’t read Ms. Pryor’s works yet then I would strongly, gently encourage you to take that dive off of a cliff and emerge yourself in this world. You’ll never view Paranormal the same way again.
Also – if you love to hold a book in your hands, then this is also Ms. Pryor’s first print available story. Sometimes you just need the feel of a physical book, so now you can do that as well.
*I received a copy of this novel from the publisher. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*