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Mine to Tarnish (A Prequel Novella) - amzn.com/B00GOG9U14
You Are Mine (Mine #1) - amzn.com/B00CLXC07A
Mine to Spell (Mine #2) - amazon.com/dp/B00JY3ZZV8
Mine to Fear (Mine #3) - amzn.com/B011FIOEMU
Sacrifice of Mine (Mine #4) - amzn.com/B013QBVJYU
Darkening Light Series
Ever Darkening (Darkening Light #1) - amzn.com/B00SNCIL3U
Savage Light (Darkening Light #2) - amzn.com/B00U070O2W
- File Size : 3114 KB
- Print Length : 272 pages
- ASIN : B013QBVJYU
- Publication Date : September 14, 2015
- Publisher : Chardonian Press (September 14, 2015)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #510,556 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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That sent me back to buy the remaining books in this series. If you enjoyed the first two books as much as I did, there will be no stopping you from doing the same.
Just gotta say: Brace yourself for a real drop in quality. Especially Book #3, which carries on the still-interesting plot line, but under a very heavy load of second-rate romance writing and appalling grammatical errors, not just typos. Book #4 is an improvement in quality of writing/editing, but sort of peters out as it ends. And ends with every character neatly paired as if Noah's Ark was setting sail -- boy-girl, boy-girl, and every one of them True Love.
I was so impressed by the first two Mine books, I thought about picking up some of the author's other series while I was buying the sequels. Now that I've read all four, I'm thinking I've read enough Falor for this lifetime. I'm still really glad to have read the first two books, but now that I've read the rest, I've had enough.
This is the final book in this series and Bethany is caught by the law officers as her family is trying to escape to the safety of Envado, a neighboring country. She and her baby sister, Abigail are captured and she is tarnished leaving her tattooed, bald and barren and a prisoner to the Grand Chancellor. As bad as this permanent punishment is, it leaves her in the unique position to be a spy right in the Grand Chancellor's household which created a lot of suspense and the sense of danger. She is able to send messages to her family and finds support with the Grand Chancellor's son Nathaniel. The disappointment in this book came about from Bethany's stupid ideas on how to kill the Grand Chancellor with no thought to the repercussions of those helping her if she failed. Also the climatic finale to finally defeat the Grand Chancellor left me scratching my head in puzzlement with a "Really? That's all it took? You got to be kidding me. No one thought of that before?" I left me rather deflated with the feeling that the author needed to wind the story up so the solution was quick and simple.