- File Size: 3144 KB
- Print Length: 141 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ang'dora Productions, LLC (December 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077JCG2VG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,022 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Ink & Fire: (A Havenwood Falls Novella) Kindle Edition
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The book leads you on a very interesting mystery while we are learning about Harper and her powers and what she does with them. You can feel her emotions falling off the page and you feel for her basically living her life in that of a personal prison.
This book brings in other characters from other books and it gives you more of a feeling of being in the town. When you write books about the same town it is always a plus to be able to use other characters from other authors to make the town seem more real and like you are truly living there.
Can't wait to read more about Harper and other characters in future books.
Until Next Time... Tabi
Harper is cursed. She's been cursed since she was a child and predicted a man's death by writing it down. Harper can't write anything - not even her name - because she gets possessed by a demon and they make her predict the most awful things.
Even with this curse, though, Harper learned how to read and write, even though she doesn't do it as an adult. The people of Havenwood Falls found a way to teach her with her curse, and Harper is thankful for that, even though she desperately wants to be able to go in a bookstore and read as many books as she wants. But audiobooks have done her well so far, she supposes.
Harper is living her own life, though, and she just bought a house! But there was a signature that her aunt forgot to sign on the paperwork, so Harper decided she can sign her own name, surely... Except she doesn't. She's writing a message for a stranger named Lucas Fox and has predicted his death.
Now Harper has the guilt of sentencing ANOTHER man to death. When Lucas shows up, though, she realizes that he's not a normal human, like her first 'victim'. Instead, he is an angel, and he knows exactly what he is capable of against this demon - the demon he sentenced to prison many, many, many years ago.
With the help from the citizens of Havenwood Falls and Lucas, Harper is starting to understand what her power REALLY is and how she can live with it, instead of being afraid of it.
This was a great novel! I felt so, so, so bad for Harper because growing up not being able to read...!! That is literally hell for me as a reader and librarian! That would be a terrible way for me to live, to be honest.
The instant relationship between Harper and Lucas was a bit much, but I'm glad on how it ended because it made it better about what happened between the two of them and more realistic for me, so it turned out okay in the end. Lucas was so cocky, but if you've been living for as long as he has, I'm not surprised, haha!
The progression with Harper's backstory was amazing and I loved being able to get the little pieces to finally understand how she got her power, so that was great. And I'm glad that Harper is more comfortable with her life now. I can see her doing great things in the town of Havenwood Falls!
Can't wait to go back and catch up on this series to learn about other characters!
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I very much enjoyed this book. The concept of words having such complete power over a person to the point the...Read more