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First Light: Lightbearer Series Prequel by [Lund, Tami]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2737 KB
  • Print Length: 78 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tami Lund (27 Dec. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018N6RWRG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #919 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is a prequel to tale that could make a fantastic series. It has all the necessary storyline that can expand into many adaptations with different roads it can travel.... it's at a place the author can manipulate as the characters have been introduced ......shifters, fae, demons, and nightmares. Sabine is now queen and rules the lightbarers with king James.....her mate and first love, although Xander the shifter and once enemy has a piece of her magic and possibly her heart. The next book I'm sure will throw more 'light' onto her relationships, and dilemmas she now faces as a warrior queen.
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Title:  First Light
Prequel to the Lightbearer Series
Author: Tami Lund
Reviewer: Stephanie Jordan
#Magic  #Shifter  #Fae
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This author, Tami Lund kinda put a twist on this read. The Lightbearers lived in a Coterie in there magical world. This really wasn't my cup of tea, to me it's like a children's fairytale. Which if I was reading it to my granddaughter I'd have loved it. Of course we'd have to take out the one sex scene.
Sabine Flemming was supposed to supply food and cook, something she could never aget the hang of. Sabine didn't want to search for food or be in the kitchen. Yes her whole family always worked in the kitchen but there magic worked hers did not. One day her and her friend Maria were out picking berries, wondering further than they should have. Something happened that forever changed Sabine's life.
King James Bennett has always had a thing for Sabine but she wasn't high enough on the totem pole for royalty. Should he care,
he wanted to be a good King and save his people, plus kiss Sabine. I was gifted this ARC for an honest and truthful review.

 My Personal Stars Scores

Book Cover Rating 5 Stars
Hero Rating 3 Stars
Heroine Rating 4+++++ Stars
Sexual Tension Rating 3 Stars
Plot Development Rating 4 Stars
Dialogue 4 Stars
Overall Rating 3.5 Stars
Storytelling Rating 4 Stars
StoryEnding Rating 3.5 Stars
Would I Reread This Book?? Not Sure
Would I Read Future Books By This Author?  Probably not!!
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I received this book for free of charge to give my True and Honest Review

This is an ideal novel for a 16+ YA. It's an easy light reading novel About The magical Lightbearers who have magical powers from the sunlight they absorb, so with their talents in different areas from the kitchen, to healers to the warriors who are ALL male, well that is until Sabine who is useless as a Coterie (kitchen) staff as she can't even gather the fruit and vegetables for the kitchen who she usually goes with her best friend Maria who they admire the men practice their training well Sabine is only interested in one man and that's their King James. That was until one eventual horrifying day for her when they come upon 2 Shifter males Xander who to their legend that if you kill a Lightbearer, you'll get their power. Maria decides to runs which determines her fate whilst Sabine on the other hand who had always wanted to be a fighter decides to stand her ground and can only wish she can have a sword and thus is where her life starts to change when she starts to feel the sword manifesting in her hand & where she is able to protect herself, bulk killing the one who killed Maria and the other Xander shifting and scowering away.
Then that's when she's summoned by James and the connection between the 2 of them is unmistakable and only becomes stronger when the go looking for a youngling who had disappeared and they come across Xander again who wants some of her magic and he won't kill the king though he inured him quite severely as she's not rejuvenated by the sun after her previous encounter. So she agrees to give him a little bit of her magic, which though James understand he's not happy about.
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We have a very different type of supernatural being in this series. The lightbearers are magical beings who were banished from the Fae realm , and now live in the human realm. They are constantly having to move because their enemies, the shifters, hunt them to try and steal their magic.
Sabine is a food gatherer like her mother, but is no good at it. She and her best friend are supposed to be collecting berries, but have found something much more interesting to do.
James is the King of the lightbearers. He has only held the title for a year and is very worried about protecting his people.
Xander is a shifter and determined to get some lightbearer magic.. He has been told that if you kill one you can inherit their powers.
This is a great start to what I know will be a marvellous series. It has everything, danger, suspense and sex. The characters are strong, brave and sexy. Sabine is a real kick ass heroine.
I can't wait to see how things shape up for all the characters.
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I was given a complimentary copy for an honest review by author Tami Lund. This is a prequel to her Lightbearer series.

Sabine was a food gatherer for her people but she was not very good at it. When 2 shifter confront her and her friend she stands her ground and produces a sword which no female has done before. Now she must help save her king and her people from deadly shifters who want their magic.

Very well written with awesome characters and great interaction between then. I had a hard time putting this book down.
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