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    Can They Win?

    3.5 stars. Tarnished Prophecy is the third book in the Soul Dancer series. The book should not be read as a standalone as Tarin's story began in Tarnished Beginnings and continued in Tarnished Legacy. There is a soft cliffhanger ending for the next book in the series. There is violence and The sex is hot and steamy so definitely 18+. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that info here. The author did a great job summarizing the previous books. As well as explaining Romani and shifter culture and some history. Mix in vampires and Nazi Germany and you have an interesting series. This is about Jamal, Tarin's father, and Ilona. The storyline will keep you guessing what twists and turns will be revealed next. It definitely kept me riveted. Can't wait for book four!
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    I couldn't put it down. Kept me glued to my Kindle

    In book 3 we meet up again with Jamal, Tairin's father. Romani & shifter have joined forces to try to stop the vampires who have teamed up with Hitler. Ilona is a Romani who has been trying to escape Dachau and a concentration camp. She has been trying to stay hidden, but her magic is noticed by Jamal, Tairin, and Elliott. Jamal feels an instant connection to Ilona, but the last thing he needs or wants is to fall for another gypsy woman. Ilona has a very strong magic & she has always had to hide it from her caravan. She now has the ability to use her magic and to let it flourish & grow. Can she manage to fight her growing attraction to Jamal? She wants to find her brother who escaped the concentration camp, and she uses her seer magic, along with Elliot, to try to locate him and try to find the main nest of the vampires to help destroy them and put a stop to Hitler's plans. The story gets better with each turn of the page. There are so many aspects of this story that you constantly ask yourself if you know what is going to happen next only to find out that you have no idea. You can't help but stay glued to the pages to find out what's going to happen next. Keep reading bookworms.
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    This story takes place in 1940 Germany Ilona is a strong seer and full of Magic. Problem is the Romani don't value strong women or thier gifts so she down plays what she can do and doesn't use her gifts. Then she ended up sitting in a Dachau prison. If only she has used her gifts she wouldn't have gone at all. But she is free now and things have changed. Jamal is a wolf shifter who fall for a Romani long ago. It didn't end well but he did get a beautiful daughter from it. Now that the vampires have joined the third Reich his people and the Romani are working together. OMG WOW. ann gimpel really knows how to tell a awesome tale . There's so much action, drama, mystery and spice to this story it's fantastic I can't wait for the next book in the series. Wow just wow this could be a movie! Don't miss it. Voluntarily reviewed a copy and I honestly loved it

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