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- Print Length: 141 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ang'dora Productions, LLC (15 Dec. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077JCG2VG
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,809 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ink & Fire: (A Havenwood Falls Novella) Kindle Edition
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Harper Sinclair feels cursed. She can't look at words, and especially can't write anything for fear that she will be possessed by demons and will write a message that will bring death to whomever the message is for. When she is forced to sign a contract her worst nightmares are realised when she ends up writing a deadly message before being thrown across the room by an evil force. The message was for Lucas Fox, a fallen angel, a warning that a demon he imprisoned is going to escape and come for him to kill him!
Lucas may be a fallen angel, but he isn't evil. He comes to Havenwood Falls both to keep Harper safe, plus to take on Levi, as soon as he escapes his prison. What he doesn't realise, nor does anybody else, is that Harper is going to play as big a part by keeping Lucas safe, and the recapture of Levi as well.
From the Prologue of this book, I was hooked, so much so that I had to read the book in one go. There was some humour, a lot of drama, some very emotional moments, and some passionate moments too. There were twists and turns, and definitely never a dull moment. I was slightly disappointed with part of the ending, I can't say what, because it will be a spoiler, but suffice to say that the romantic in me was feeling a little let down.
On the whole, this was a great read, one of my favourite so far in the series.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers' copy of this book.
Of the stories I have read in the Havenwood series thus far, this is my favourite. A tale which is effortlessly packed into novella format, and exceptionally well executed in my opinion.
The ending is not the easy one which the author could have gone with, but rather the one which fit the story. But the part that I liked the most? The fact that the door for a follow up is, at the very least, ajar.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
Imagine spending your life avoiding written words, never reading or writing. Harper Sinclair knows just how this feels. If Harper reads, terrible messages appear in the writing, if Harper writes, messages that she would never wish anyone to see appear.
When Harper is forced to sign her name a terrible chain of events begins to unfold, events which will threaten her life, put her in the path of both an archdemon and a fallen angel. Can Harper and Havenwood Falls survive or will the darkness take over them both?
This is by far the darkest of the Havenwood Falls series that I have read, but it works brilliantly within the wards. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading other R.K Ryalls novels and this was no exception.
This is my first R.K Ryals book and I am definitely going to be looking up the rest of her work.
She has created characters who fit perfectly in Havenwood Falls. Their story was original and gripping, allowing us a glimpse into the darker side of this secret town and left me hungry for more from Harper, her eccentric Aunt and a tricked out baseball bat!
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