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At Year's End (The 12 Olympians) by [Gasq-Dion, Sandrine]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2542 KB
  • Print Length: 244 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Skull Blaster Publishing LLC (13 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IFW5REY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #60,891 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Very mixed feelings about this offering in the wonderful Assassin/Shifter series. Yes, the title is a bit confusing with the "12 Olympians" title, but I can assure you that this book is part of the original series. Now to the reasons of only three stars - the saying of "love conquers all" certainly applied to Jaxon and Elijah storyline, I was OK with that. What I wasn't OK with, is why nobody told Elijah what the hell was going on! it just made no sense to me and because I was so frustrated over this decision, it spoilt my enjoyment in reading the book. I know that the whole series stretches the readers boundaries on the "believable" (assassins, werewolves, warlocks, shape shifters and now demi-gods), but that is the beauty of this series, however, common sense lacked in this book and the "believable" became the "unbelievable". Will this stop me reading the rest of the series? Hell no! I need my "fix" even more now, as this left me unfulfilled. Off now to read "Dirty Ross".
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I read the Assassin/Shifter series last month, one book each day till I had finished all that was available, I could not put the books down. When I started reading this the second book In The 12 Olympians series it was like reconnecting with old friends/family, I got that warm, coming home feeling!
Although there is many characters connected with both series in this book I instantly knew each person was connected too, I was so excited to read what had been happening to each one of them since the last book.
In this book the concentration is on Elijah and Jaxon to finally get together after their 2 year attraction. This was as usual a all action read with the continued brilliant storyline! There was a few surprises thrown in that I wasn't expecting and I have to admit to completely loosing control of my emotions a couple of times. Sandrine Gasq-Dion certainly has a wonderful talent, she somehow manages to deliver 5 star reads constantly!

I am really looking forward to the next book in this series and am hoping it's time for Stone and killian to give in to their emotions!
Highly recommended!!
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We have been waiting a long time for the story of Jaxon and Elijah, it's been a long 2 years waiting for Elijah to turn 18 but finally jaxon can get his man. Read about the struggles they both face before both of them can be together. Sandrine gasq Dion assassin shifter series and now the Olympian series are series that should not be missed. Loved it loved it loved it and can't wait for number 3
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"I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads."

This is the second in Ms Gasq-Dion's Olympian series. It really needs to be read after the first in the series, and probably even better if following the Shifter/Assassin series as many characters start their story there.

The story picks up where Justice for Skylar ended. This time it is the middle brother, Jaxon and Elijah that take centre stage. It is another lovely tale of protective love, misadventure and reconciliation. Add to that the hotness of all the mated protagonists and the reader gets one heck of a ride. The writing is slick, the plot is sound and the humour sweetens the violence.

I'm off to read book three ...

~~Wicked Reads Review team~~
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Awesome book from this author as usual. The books keep getting better with each one in this series. So well written and edited. Have waited a long time for Jaxom and Elijah's story and it was well worth the wait. Bring on the next one.
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this was just brilliant. the twists and turns, the story is so complex but it's so gripping and exciting. I laughed, smiled, got angry and I cried, this hits every emotion button you can think of. Sandy, you are just an incredible Twitter. this series is a must have in antibodies collection. bring on the next in this wonderful new series.
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If you are going to read this series I would recommend reading the Assassin/Shifter series first. This is where we first meet Elijah and lot of the other youngsters that I am sure will be featured in upcoming books. These young men are children of the gods and as they all reach their 18th birthdays their powers mature.
We first meet Elijah when he is 16 and he attends Camp Pride. He is a quiet and reserved young man in all but one respect. As soon as he meets Jaxon Salvatore he becomes a flirty little imp. Elijah wants Jaxon more than anything in the world and makes a play for him at every opportunity. Jaxon feels the same attraction to the young man but swears to stay clear of him until he is older and experienced more of life, this will prove to be one of the hardest decisions he has ever made.
This book starts just as Elijah is approaching his 18th birthday and is coming into his powers. He is the son of Hephaestus and his power is fire. Elijah has no idea what is happening to him but with dark outside influences he believes he is a Demon and a danger to all those around him. He is desperate to talk to his friends about what is happening but is almost paralysed by fear.
Jaxon has already decided to claim Elijah as his as soon as he is 18 but the final few weeks are proving to be torture. Not trusting anyone else with his safety Jaxon is also secretly employed to be his bodyguard. When Elijah can’t recall conversations that have taken place between the two of them or events that have happened Jaxon is sure that something is wrong put can’t put his finger on it.
The rogues as always are working relentlessly behind the scenes and are intent in having Elijah and his powers as their own.
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