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  • 5 Star Conspiracy of Ravens

    Raven Crawford plans to pay off her debts so she can get on with her life and stay far away from the denizens of the Underworld. Unfortunately, her numbskull twin steals from the most tempting and lethal fae of the all and now, Raven must help the Lord of Shadows get back what her idiot bother stole. A compelling and refreshingly different paranormal read that combines a creative twists of elements to form a unique world with strong, bold characters that easily grab readers’ attention and holds them hostage. The heroine, Raven Crawford, is strong, that readers can easily connect to and enjoy getting to know as she uses her wits and a whole of snark to navigate the deadly peril she finds herself in, thanks to her brother. Lots of emotions flow from the pages so that readers can get a proper feel for the characters and the events taking place. The plot of this urban dystopian fantasy is fast paced and full of edge of your seat suspense, heart pounding excitement and a whole host of characters that all seem to have a different reason for wanting to get their hands on Raven’s brother and whatever he stole. This leads to lots of surprising twists and turns that ensures readers are never quite sure what will happen next. There’s never a dull moment to be found during this fascinating story and while this part of the story ends, readers are left with an eager anticipation of the next release in this exhilarating trilogy.

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  • 3 stars

    Right off the bat this book drew me in, from the beautiful artwork on the cover, the amazing title that made me realize I needed to know more, to the opening lines of the book that had me aching to find out what was happening. The book has a really amazing world concept that I'd love to dive right into and find out all I could about it. It almost had a Kim Harrison Dead Witch Walking vibe to the world which was great since I loved that series. Unfortunately while this book has so much potential it just didn't really sit well with me, I thought I would be on the edge of my seating waiting to learn more about Raven, find out what's going on with Bear and drool over Cole. Instead I found myself annoyed more often than not with Raven, I love a good snarky character and while Raven knows how to dish the snark it just felt off to me. The scenes felt a little forced and I felt like as soon as something was about to get good, that we'd learn something new or our heroine would start kicking butt the chapter ended and we jumped to a new scene. Over all, I'd give this one 3 stars, the ending raised the rating for me for sure. My favourite character by far was Juni, she was sassy and annoying in just the right amount for a younger sister. I wish we had of gotten a history lesson earlier on in the book, I felt that what we learned about the world in chapter 26 really would of been beneficial earlier. The mystery doesn't progress as quickly as I'd like unlike the romance, I didn't feel there was much character development until near the end. All in all I'd be happy to continue with the next one to see what new developments happen with Raven, Bear and that ever present Lord of Shadows.

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  • Great First Book in a Promising New Series

    When I was offered the chance to read Conspiracy of Ravens, I immediately had my grabby hands going on because I loved the Carus Chronicles and I kinda-sorta have a thing for mythological ravens. I suspected this story was going to hit the spot and I wasn’t wrong. While I do love me a kick-ass heroine, one of the many things I loved about the main character (Raven) was the fact that she wasn’t all that. It was almost refreshing to have an imperfect heroine who didn’t have skills and couldn’t possibly compete with all the more powerful species, yet still found ways to be strong. Then there is Cole…Lord of Shadows, assassin, fae from the Underworld—whew! He burned up the pages. As this is the first book in a new world, there were times that the pace became slow-ish as Raven dealt with the mundane, which allowed the reader to become familiar with the world, how the barrier between humans and the Underworld came about, and the various species. But there was enough action to keep it all going, not to mention a few twists that I absolutely loved—such as who Raven’s true father is. The addition of Norse mythology and Irish language adds a richness to the world, and the chapter headings are always funny. Raven is easy to relate to and a heroine to root for, and with the Lord of Shadows near…I’m excited to see what happens in the next book as Raven undoubtedly begins to uncover her heritage and gets into more trouble with the Underworld.

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  • Amazing!😍😮

    Wow I'm loving the serris so far!! Great writting! Good characters and love the story line so far cannt wait for book 3?😍😮

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  • Great read!

    This was a great first book into a new series. I really enjoyed the interaction and building romance between Raven and Cole. There is action, mystery and some suspense wrapped into an urban fantasy romance book. I recommend this book and look forward to the next. Conspiracy of Ravens is the first book in the Raven Crawford series. I voluntarily received and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. Final Rating: 5 Stars

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