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    Wonderful Read‼

    What I love about Joanne Wadsworth books that they are standalones within a series. This is the last book in the Princesses of Myth series, but my first one to read. I have read some of Joanne's Fae Series and have fell in love with them. Needless to say, I will go back and read the other books in this series also. Belle (who is an empath) and Nicolas (who is a healer) are soul mates, but war has made them unable to come together. So they decide to release each other as Nicolas must protect the princesses of his country. The plan is to have Nicolas court the princess Faith and make everyone believe it. But secrets have a way of getting out and plans must change. As they fight the soul mate pull, they decide to make special memories to remember each other. However; the special memories are doing the opposite effect and making them want each other more. Can they resist the pull in order to ensure the princesses are safe or do they give into it? The journey these two characters go on, along with their friends kept me spellbound throughout the book. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy and young love. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. Series: Book 4 of Princesses of Myth series and can be read as a standalone. Characters: Well defined and intertwines all the characters together. Writing: Smooth flow and includes background information for the reader to understand what is happening within the series. Storyline: Soul mates trying to find each other during wartime and the journey they take to find happiness. 5 Koala Paws
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    Great read!

    Healer: A Young Adult / New Adult Fantasy Novel (Princesses of Myth Book 4) by Joanne Wadsworth is an interesting YA/Fantasy novel. Final installment of the "Princesses of Myth". Book 4 of 4. See, #1, "Protector, #2 "Warrior", #3 "Enchanter, and #2.5, listed as #5 "Hunter", but is a short story. While a stand alone, I feel readers would have a better experience by reading the others. The reader would have a better understanding of the characters, the story and soul mates. However, totally not necessary to enjoy "Healer". I don't usally read YA books, but I found myself pulled into this story from the beginning. Caught my attention from the first chapter and held it throughout. Belle Benner is a empath, Nicholas Vegara is a warrior healer. They are both from the planet Magio, were war rages between the Peacian and Dralion. Belle is a Peacian and Nicholas is a Dralion. Whew! Ms. Wadsworth does a great job with world building. Bell and Nicholas are soul mates, but will they let their sense of duty separate them? Or can they bring the two warring King's together for a peaceful ending? Ms. Wadsworth never ceases to amaze me with her entertaining and enjoyable stories! By weaving the characters' interactions, providing readers a glimpse of the planet, Magio, the reader will be able to connect more fully with the characters, to find an enjoyable and satisfying read. "Healer", to me is a flirty, fun, caring and exciting story. Belle and Nicholas were easy to connect to, for me, and makes you wish for their HEA. An intriguing storyline! Young love, secrets, deception, soul mates, and a war that rages, which could not only destroy people's lives but young love as well, makes for a surprisingly enjoyable and satisfying read. If you enjoy war, fantasy worlds, YA, stories, great world building, and young love, your enjoy "Healer". I hope to go back myself and read the others in this series. I received a complimentary copy. Rating: 4 Heat rating: Sweet/YA Reviewed by: AprilR

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