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  • Paperback
  • 361
  • Akasha (Akasha, #1)
  • Heather Tregaskes
  • English
  • 08 March 2019
  • 9781456579937

Heather Tregaskes ¶ 5 review

Free read À Akasha (Akasha, #1) 105 Free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Heather Tregaskes Heather Tregaskes ¶ 5 review E death on a gypsy curse At seventeen Nichole is left an orphan and feared by friends Not even the man she was betrothed to will speak for her When one of the gypsies comes to claim her the town hands her over with no remorse. First of all I have to be honest I m close to this book well and the author too Heather is my sister I feel like I ve been beside her on her publishing journey even though we don t even share the same state I ve read many many versions of this book When I first started reading it I thought it was a good story with lots of depth and since I love the supernatural of course this was a good fit However since she started writing I too have delved into the world of writing and am currently taking a class to learn this incredible art I am not goodyet I say yet because I still hold out hope for myself I can say this honestly because I want anyone who reads this to know I m not just saying her book is awesome because she s my sister I ve read many books and I know what good writing is I know what a good story line involves and I KNOW that she has both Akasha is a story that draws you into its world with its magic witches and let s not forget the all important love The struggles that Nichole face are relatable even though it takes place in a different time Her feelings are real Her emotion is contagious And when you read the last page you ll wish there was Acts of Mercy yet because I still hold out hope for myself I can say this honestly because I want anyone who reads this to know I m not just saying her book is awesome because she s my sister I ve read many books and I know what good writing is I know what a good story line involves and I KNOW that she has both Akasha is a story that draws The Chicolini Incident Rex Nihilo #05 you into its world with its magic witches and let s not forget the all important love The struggles that Nichole face are relatable even though it takes place in a different time Her feelings are real Her emotion is contagious And when Reckless Charity: A Charity Styles Novel (Caribbean Thriller Series Book 3) you read the last page

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Free read À Akasha (Akasha, #1) 105 Free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Heather Tregaskes Heather Tregaskes ¶ 5 review In 1880 superstitions in Nichole's small New England town are like excerpts from the bible than cautionary tales So when a band of gypsies set up camp outside town the same day Nichole's mother dies the town's people blame th. I did like the story however I never felt attached to any of the characters For that reason I wasn t as entertained as I was hoping

Free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Heather Tregaskes

Free read À Akasha (Akasha, #1) 105 Free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Heather Tregaskes Heather Tregaskes ¶ 5 review It is only through the connection she feels for the man put in charge of helping her that she is able to accept her new life Her trust in him turns to love and the wounds of loss begin to heal Until she discovers their secre. This is good escapist reading If you need a break and want to read something to get away this is it I was sucked into the story and couldn t put it down even though I d already read an earlier version of it Re readable books these days are rare The Re readability of this book is what earned the four stars It has an interesting take on witches I haven t seen before For those who love romance there s plenty of that too but nothing sleazy The characters are well rounded and it has an interesting plot I m looking forward to reading from this author As far as sueaky clean reads go I noticed one cuss word and the story is about witches if you object to that this isn t the book for you There is also fighting nothing too graphic