c. Kelley A. Hartsell,
This was a compelling read, from the pen of Mary Adair. Golden Dawn is quite the warrior, .... Nothing can stop her from reaching her goals. Raven is consumed by his hatred of the man who fathered him and scorns his native heritage. Only Dawn has the power to break through to him, all the more reason for him to try to keep his distance. The fact that these two are perfect for each other is obvious to the reader, even though Raven himself refuses to admit it.
There is a good deal of suspense...and the mystery underlying everything is engrossing. One will make numerous guesses as to who is the guilty party, changing their mind repeatedly, until the surprise of who exactly it is...--c. Kelley A. Hartsell
From the Author
Along with weaving storiesinto written word comes a responsibility, one I take seriously. I feel authorsshould express themselves, tell a story that needs to be told. But with that inmind I also know words are sharper than any two-edged sword. Personally, I donot choose to write stories that generate hate, or foster desperation or painfor my readers. There is already enough pain and desperation in the world. Iwrite stories filled with hope, triumph and adventure. That is what I want toinstill in my readers. I wouldn't say I have my head in the clouds. I am wellaware of the hurts in the world. All the more reason, I say, to strive to bringan appreciation to all the good that is around us. Recognizing the good helpsus to deal with or do something about what is not.
I hopeall of you eternal optimist, and hopeless romantics, from whom all good thingsare born, will pick up a copy of one of my books and enjoy the story. If youdo, I would love to hear from you. The best reward for a story told is anhonest review. If you enjoy one of my stories, I ask you to please take thetime to write a short review wherever you bought it. Even if you hated thestory, let me know. Your feedback will make me a better writer.