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Primani: The Lost Soul Trilogy [Kindle Edition]

Laurie Olerich
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Darkness Calling (Primani Book 5) is coming on March 5, 2015!

The Lost Soul Trilogy is a sexy roller coaster urban fantasy romance that follows a budding psychic and the tight group of powerful warriors charged with her journey to immortality. Dark, funny, full of twists, and steamy passion, The Lost Soul Trilogy proves no one is truly lost.

Mica is a fighter. After she’s left for dead by a psychotic ex, she vows to never be a victim again. Focused only on living life to the fullest, she’s not interested in true love--until Sean comes along. Tall, dark, and mysterious, he’s the man in her dreams. Suddenly true love doesn’t look so bad after all.

Sean is one of the best there is. A ruthless, powerful Primani, he’s assigned to guard more than just her body. There are plans for her. Plans that’ll change everything she believes if she lives long enough to learn the truth. Guarding one
human shouldn’t be this complicated, but Mica makes it anything but easy.

As the clock ticks, Mica is drawn deeper into the dangerous Primani world until there’s no way out and she doesn't want to leave.

About the Author

Laurie Olerich is the author of the new Primani series. Part romance, part special ops, part paranormal...Laurie spent most of her life in the Northeastern United States and in Western Europe. She now lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her son and Dalmatian duo, Domino and Rambo. Desperate to escape the heat, she lives vicariously through her writing by setting the drama in the mountain coolness of New England and the rainy days of London. Before throwing caution to the wind and diving into a writing career, Laurie dedicated 20 years to her country by serving in the United States Air Force. Much of her time was spent around men with guns and cool toys...this explains her obsession with both.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1120 KB
  • Print Length: 422 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1492124842
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EWTQIX8
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,924 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Hi! I'm Laurie Olerich and writing is my passion. I love to create guilty pleasures full of exciting locations, rollercoaster action, strong, quirky heroines, and steaming hot heroes who'll raise the temperature in any room you're in! Paranormal romance? Check! Urban fantasy? Check! Romantic suspense? Check! My Primani series combines the best of the three. When I'm not plotting, writing, or fantasizing about my next hero, I'm planning parties, traveling, and spending lazy nights with my son, my Dal pals, and my friends. Thank you so much for taking a chance on a new author and picking up my story! I hope you'll fall in love with the Primani world as much as I have. If you'd like to get to know me better and keep up with my works in progress, look me up on the Internet. I'd love to hear from you!


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Primani Review 10 Jun. 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
This book is the first in a fascinating and intriguing paranormal world where good constantly battle against evil. The author’s created a fascinating world with some refreshingly different elements that intrigue and tantalize the reader. Overall I think the story was enjoyable and entertaining although, it started off slow and seemed to drag a little bit in a couple of other areas as well.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good :) 17 Dec. 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I liked this book quite a lot, but it did remind me in many ways of the Mortal Instruments books, so I don't suppose I'll bother with the second or third books ...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Battle of Good and Evil with hot bodies 29 Dec. 2013
By S. Scott Whitaker - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Laurie Olerich’s Primani, first in a series of plucky, angel, action adventure novels is a fun, hopeful yarn. Mica Thomas is an above average girl in a world of hurt. Primani opens as she is assaulted by a small town psychopath. She’s nearly finished off in the novel’s first quarter, which sees her through the early stages of recovery from rape and assault. And who better to help her recover in the world than Sean O’ Cahan, a handsome, hunky, ripped, Irish young man who has arrived from out of town as Mica gets her feet underneath her? Sean and his buddies are not what they seem, and in the early stages where Mica and her friends lust over their finely sculpted bodies and pine for sexual release, Sean and his friends remain distant from the girls who lust after them. They offer distraction, safety, and mystery to Mica who only wishes for life to move forward. To forget about the recent violent past. The tension is palpable, and as Mica’s fate rushes towards a second encounter with her assailant, Sean and his buddies reveal they are more than human.

Sean’s buddies, Dec, the protective one, and Killian, the strongest, and most aggressive, do not approve of Sean’s affection towards Mica, as the three carry themselves like trained special ops about upstate New York. And, as the narrative unfolds, are trained ops, just not of the human variety, they are Primani, soldiers of the first legion, and through a physical and romantic connection between Sean and Mica, Mica learns the truth, and sees the world through the eyes of the soldiers, quite literally, as she gains psychic powers.

Olerich’s gift is expressing the sensuality of the characters, as Mica’s body drives her character through much of the novel. She’s young, she’s got a rockin’ body, and she means to use it, whether it means hiking with her dog through the forest, or feeling it react to Sean’s warm naked body; Primani is a feast for the senses, and Olerich homes in on the sensations Mica and Sean feast upon as they grow closer and closer.

The boys are stationed in Mica’s neighborhood as part of a larger military plan in the age long war against demons, and Mica is drawn deeper and deeper as she and Sean grow closer and closer. Primani is a sweet novel, the heart and life of a young woman at stake, and though Mica faces mortal danger she’s got guardian angels to show up and help her, hunky ones at that, and her relationship with Sean smolders; Olerich keeps the reader hot, but doesn’t let it boil over, after all Sean has more important matters to tend to than his hot and bothered earthly girlfriend.

The Primani and Mica head to New York, where she is inducted into a deeper world of angels and their associates. Demons run rampant in the city, and the boys gear up for a fight with Dagin, a demon whose history with the Primani goes way back. And as Mica’s new psychic abilities round into form, her powers grow, as does her importance to the growing circle of Primani guardians and warriors she hangs with; her new family.

Olerich amps up the action in the city, and brings the action to a satisfying conclusion as the team, as it were, heads back to the mountains to foil the demon advancement. Olerich doesn’t dwell much on the nuances of demon plans, or how exactly, the angels hope to deal with the threat, she instead focuses on the relationships between Mica and her new family. The emotional setting is Mica’s heart and mind, and as she grows into her new role with the Primani, the relationships grow deeper, and more intimate. If you like your butt-kicking action with heart and levity, the Primani series will deliver.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Parts of this novel are very good... but only parts 30 Aug. 2014
By Erimini - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
When Laurie Olerich is writing about fighting and the dynamics of a small combat unit, she's very good. Unfortunately, that's not all this book is about.

First of all, I have to warn you that I have no intentions of reading the entire trilogy, and therefore, I will never know the resolution to the myriad threads the author has left dangling at the end of this book. The set up may be worth the journey, but the journey doesn't really go much of anywhere in here.

Yes, it's the beginning of a trilogy, but at least ONE of the story arcs should have been completed during it. (I vote for Mica resolving her fear of the guy who beat her up and (possibly?) raped her.) But, nope. He's still alive and able to make trouble after getting beaten up by her protectors at least twice. You know he'll be back for round three. There also seems to be quite a bit of padding that could have been trimmed in favor of a more action-oriented plotline.

The first quarter of the book is Mica hanging with her friends, and her attraction to Sean. Why is she attracted to him? Because he's mysterious and soldierly and, of course, "hot." (You know this because Mica says he's "hot" about a billion times.) She declares herself "in love" with him never really ever having had a conversation of more than twelve words.

And her friends are very close to her... NOT. Mica and her "hot male harem" go to NY, and she barely even thinks about them. They show up once or twice in the second half of the book to represent "normal" behavior on Mica's part, but as she's living with Sean and his buds, nothing is normal at that point. Or resolved.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So excited to find a great new series 27 Mar. 2014
By A. Cleaver - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I finished this book today and was thrilled with how good it was. I usually give a new author a little leeway in developing the story and getting their writing style down not to mention the usually less than stellar editing and I am happy to report that I didn't need any of that leeway with this book. The story line with Mica and the boys was actually very tight. It was interesting from the start and the development on Ms. Olerich's world was smooth. It felt very intuitive and I was glad she didn't spoon feed the world setup to us. As most of the characters were human or humanoid, I didn't feel that extensive descriptors to set it all up were necessary and would have bogged down the story. And the editing was as good as that of many authors with several books under their belt.

The story was fun, moved quickly but the story line had a lot of meat to it. Mica was a strong female, Sean, Dec and Killian were all very interesting characters with wonderfully unique traits and I loved each of them in their own way. Mica's friends were great and I even loved her dog (though I sensed there was more to that!).

The romance was lovely and there was lots of funny moments too. It was a truly enjoyable read and I have already bought the second book in the series as I want to see where Ms. Olerich takes this story and these characters. I am curious about the growth I expect to see in Mica so I can't wait to start the next book.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 6 April 2014
By Sheila Gallagher - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Mica's mother has died and she has to leave the place she has lived all her life and move to her father's home with his second family. She is not happy about it. Being rescued after being attacked by a boy from school, Mica's life changes. Who are these protectors? Why is she changing after being around these men? I loved this book. It's the first of a series. Something is happening to Mica and she is gaining these abilities but her protectors (Sean, Declan, and Killian) do not know why. When she discovers that evil walks this earth and these men stand between it and humans, she wants to help especially since it seems her powers make her strong as well as these men when they are with her. I love Mica, Sean, Declan, and Killian. I don't know what they are, only that they are the good guys. I like Mica's friends and family. Scott, her attacker, was a believable villain. He is creepy and malicious along with his friends. They are also dumb and do not learn quickly. I'm looking forward to when they do learn their lesson. I also look forward to reading the rest of this series. Questions need to answered.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great summer read 2 July 2014
By Serena K. Gingold - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This book is highly entertaining. The story idea is fresh and interesting. I could not put it down despite the fact that the author doesn't always follow the rules about verb tenses agreeing within a paragraph. This is a YA book that will appeal to an older audience as well. A fun summer read and part of a series.
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