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Timeless (Maiden Of Time Book 3) by [Collier, Crystal]
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Book 3 of 3 in Maiden of Time (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2306 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
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  • Publisher: Raybourne Publishing (25 Oct. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01LWCZGCH
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With this final instalment in the Maiden of Time trilogy, events for Alexia come full circle in a way that, without wanting to give too much away, feels very satisfying. I love time travel stories, and the way this wraps up was very nicely done, although at no point does it feel like anything is guaranteed. I definitely feel this was the strongest book of the series, with a sense of urgency that hardly lets up throughout, fuelled by several motivating factors: Alexia's mission to prevent the birth of the Soulless; her need to ensure the safe birth of her own daughter without dying in the process; and her fight against bonding with Kiren, her husband in her own timeline but who has never met her in this earlier time (because this would mean his own demise when she dies). Yes, most of the book takes place 500 years before the action of the first two, something that I feel really breathes fresh life into proceedings. We get to see several characters before they have undergone key changes and learn how those changes transpired (Kiren's scar, Mae's blindness, Amos becoming Soulless). I love medieval history and rewriting the Crusades to include a war against the Passionate, and having them as pawns in a political game, felt very convincing. I felt there was a different tone to this book as well. While the first two instalments were fantasy/historical, I would classify this more as sci-fi/historical, with the time-based elements being much more heavily explored and a portal to another world playing a key part in the plot. In both cases, the historical stuff serves as a backdrop to the main action, but there's enough detail to make the settings seem real.

Of course, at the heart of all this is a love story that spans centuries.
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If you are new to the Maiden of Time series—DO NOT read Timeless. Not because it isn’t fantastic in every sense—it is. Not because it has serious flaws in plot, pace, or characterization—it doesn’t. But because you deserve the whole experience. And you’re SO much luckier than me. I had to wait for each new volume to come out, wondering what was happening with my series friends. In my review of the first book of this series, Moonless, (and yes, I’m sorry, but you really should read Book 1 first), I explained that until she turns sixteen in 1768, Alexia Dumont leads a life of aristocratic privilege and expectations. But she knows herself to be beyond unattractive, an ugly child whose parents have sheltered her from the world. She’s unprepared for the shock on her sixteenth birthday when her appearance changes to unearthly beauty.

This metamorphosis signals her discovery that she actually descends from a mysterious race called the Passionate. Their compelling beauty and other gifts make them targets of their enemies—the Soulless—whose endless hunger drives their prowl for victims on moonless nights. Alexia falls in love with Kiren, the blue-eyed man from her nightmares, but the cost is the devastating loss of almost everyone and everything she’s ever loved, including the aunt she views as sister.

Book 2 picks up the story as eighteen-year-old Alexia’s wedding is disrupted when the Soulless attack, stealing the only weapon Kiren has been able to wield against them. In the ensuing confrontations, Alexia struggles to make sense of her relationship with Kiren, her feelings of friendship and responsibility for the other Passionate, and her guilt over the loss of Sarah—aunt/sister/best friend.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Conclusion to a Terrific Series 8 Nov. 2016
By Susan Flett Swiderski - Published on Amazon.com
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Too often, by the time an author gets to the third book in a trilogy, the plot becomes a bit redundant and less interesting; and the characters, been-there, done-that stale. Can't say that about THIS book! If anything, I think Ms. Collier's writing skills have gotten even better, and the story has become even more imaginative and interesting.

This book puts less emphasis on the bone-chilling aspects of the Soulless, and more on the heart-warming, selfless, and romantic relationships between friends, allies, and of course, between our time maiden heroine Alexia and her immortal soulmate Kiren. Alexia leaves her beloved husband Kiren to travel 500 years back in time, in a last-ditch effort to of prevent the Soulless from coming into existence. There, she faces threats from noblemen who seek to capture and enslave the Passionate, from knights who wish to see them dead, and from a terrifying shadowy being that thrives on hatred, chaos, and death. Oh, and she's also pregnant. Very pregnant. And then she runs into Kirin... who technically hasn't met her yet... and has no idea that the baby she carries... is his.

See? Lots of interesting twists and turns. Lots of thought-provoking concepts about time. Lots of reasons to read this series.

If you want to read this book as a stand-alone, I suppose you could, because the author does an excellent job providing enough backstory to bring new readers kinda up to speed, without slowing things down for readers who've been with her for the whole glorious journey... but why would you want to do that? Sure, this book brings the series to a satisfactory ending, but why not enjoy the whole tale, starting at the beginning?
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5.0 out of 5 stars MUST READ! Suspenseful, exciting, dreamy, love, love love! 9 Nov. 2016
By sc - Published on Amazon.com
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From the minute you start reading this book you are plunged into a suspenseful journey with Alexia that doesn't let up until the end. Start reading at your own risk as you won't be able to put it down once you do! The additional character development of Alexia and Kiren in this final end to the trilogy is brilliant. I am weary to write of too many details for fear of giving away anything to those who haven't gotten this far, so I will simply say: MUST READ! I am sad that the trilogy has come to an end and feel as though I've lost friends I've come to love reading about so much. Crystal's writing envelopes you and makes you feel as if you are a part of the story standing there watching it all unfold in real life. A beautiful, deserving, and satisfying end to the story of Maiden of Time!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buckle up for another journey into the Maiden of Time ... 13 Jan. 2017
By Mark Noce - Published on Amazon.com
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Buckle up for another journey into the Maiden of Time Series! In this third installment of the trilogy, Alexia travels through time, battling the forces of the Knights Templar, all the while worrying about her child to-be and the balance between the forces of the Soulless and the Passionate. I found the plot lively and engaging. Some of the shorter chapters were a bit different from what I’m accustomed to in novels, but it gives the story more of a movie-scene feel, which may appeal to readers. It was a quick read for me, because I simply couldn’t put it down!

All in all, 5 stars for Timeless! Looking forward to reading more from Crystal Collier in the future!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love is Timeless 1 Feb. 2017
By T.C. Mckee - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this series. I love the writing even more. Always have. It's so nice to be able to find a clean story with just the right amount of heat. From timeless love to interesting abilities, this story delivers. More than once, I thought I knew where things were going, how it would end, and all that. I've read too many predictable books lately. I was way WRONG. Every time I thought I had it all figured out, Crystal Collier, with her eloquent prose threw me in another direction. I have grown to love these characters so much. I hated to see their story come to an end, but I love knowing that it really didn't, not for these two characters. After all, some love is Timeless.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I recommend starting with book #1 and going all the way ... 20 Nov. 2016
By Stephanie Faris - Published on Amazon.com
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Timeless is the third in a trilogy of books about Alexia, the Maiden of Time. If you haven't read the first two, I recommend starting with book #1 and going all the way through. You'll want to know the backstory on these characters, even though you can read this one without reading the others. I was drawn into this story of a pregnant, time traveling, kick-butt heroine. Crystal knows how to draw the suspense out to keep you reading all the way to the end. I found myself whipping through the book in record time because I couldn't wait to see what happened next!
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