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- Print Length: 282 pages
- Publisher: FAB Publishing; 1 edition (June 29, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071J8KPSH
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- Lending: Enabled
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Miller is part of a extraordinary clan. The members all have special abilities. Miller and several others can talk to birds. They each have a connection with a bird, that is also being considered a family member. A while ago they found a stone in the mountains and Jinx, who has a super genius mind, is investigating the capacity of this gem. When Mary is being kidnapped, so that they can exchange her for it, everybody is on high alert. A videotape is sent to them, with proof of the horrific way they're treating Mary. Will the clan be on time to rescue Mary and why is this stone so important?
Mary has built a good life for herself. After she found refuge with a loving family when she was just fourteen years old, Mary was able to finally start living again. She found happiness and now she's a skilled artist. Even with all the love that is surrounding her Mary still feels like the broken child nobody wanted. She often misreads what people are saying, thinking that they don't need or want her around. Mary is so strong and resilient and she's a person you just have to love. She's sweet, but she won't let anyone walk all over her. Mary is fierce in her own way and I kept wishing for her to accept that she has found a new family to love her forever.
Miller is a bit older than Mary and he isn't counting on having feelings for her. When she's kidnapped he has to watch her getting beat up and this almost brings him to his knees. He helps Mary to stay sane and slowly makes her confront her nightmares. Miller is a badass warrior, but he's kind and caring at the same time. Mary means everything to him and he'll do whatever it takes to keep her safe. He's patient, but when people are crossing him Miller will go after them with all the weapons he has at his disposal. I loved to read about this big, beautiful man and think Mary couldn't have picked a better person to fall in love with.
Picture This is a fascinating story about understanding what it's like to be part of a big and special family whose members look out for their own. It's the third book in the Birds of a Feather series and I loved it just as much as the previous one, Sweet Water. Every book is about a main character who is a part of the clan and I like it that through each story the reader gets to know this family better and better. Ever since I started reading the Birds of a Feather series I have been hooked. I love the combination of paranormal abilities with normal life and every day struggles. Lena North's writing is honest and real and I could easily sympathize with the main characters. I will absolutely read the rest of the books in this series as well.
Picture This is probably my favorite book in the Birds of a Feather series. For me the author really hit her stride with this book. It starts off with a prologue that shows Mary crossing paths with the men when she was a young girl. We get a glimpse at her past and I love it. It gives us a starting point of a transition in her life. We see the differences between Mary and Kit and how easy it is to see and how he refuses to see. The characters are so engaging and flow so well together that I absolutely couldn't put this book down. I laughed so much while reading this book and I'm so glad that the author allowed Boz to be such a focal character in this story as I absolutely loved him in Wilder. Mary has her issues but she's mostly fearful of happiness never really lasting. But I really like how talented she is and how strong that she really is. She's been through a lot but she never let any of it break her beyond repair.
There are a couple little minor errors that when you come across them they catch your eye but the story is so good that you quickly dismiss them just so that you can keep moving forward to read what happens next. The characters are so relatable and unique that you can't help but react to them and with them with each page you read. They are so real that I wish that they actually were real and that I could go and meet them. LOL!
I am rating this book 5 out of 5 stars because it is so well written and flows so well. There are touches on the magic of the birds and their connections with them, the crystal but the story focuses mostly on Mary, Miller, and the others who surround them. I loved this book and I can't wait for more from this author.
This starts some definite friction, but it makes for some great moments in the book. When an outside criminal group kidnaps Mary, she finds herself held captive in a dungeon-like room in which the ocean flows in every day at high tide. But Mary is resilient, and she survives until her friends find her and rescue her. There is so much more to the story, and I highly recommend that you read Mary's story, as she finds the love of her life and her new family.
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