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    Evangeline Anderson does it again!

    Evangeline Anderson quickly became one of my favourite authors early on in her career. She has the ability to draw you into a story and build a world that feels so real that you could be there yourself. This book is no exception. Skahr and Emmelines story is an emotional and relatable one, and it’s very easy to connect to these characters and become invested in their future. Be prepared to feel things you didn’t expect to feel. I won’t spoil anything, but I will say that Time to Heal is definitely worth reading. You won’t be disappointed.
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    Great for Evangeline Anderson Fans

    Time to Heal Time to Heal is a Kindred Tales novel. Although many of the characters we know who live on the Kindred Mother Ship are present, the story does not center on them. We do have a Kindred Warrior, Skahr, who is sent to find the woman, Emmeline, who can heal his world. But first he has to heal Emmeline, who has been cruelly separated from her son. But the story line similarity with other Kindred Tales ends there. First, Time to Heal begins with many references to the Kindred Tales novel published right before it, Trapped in Time. Other Kindred Tales may be read as stand-alone stories, but these two are actually first cousins as the characters from the first one appear multiple times in the second. Your enjoyment of Time to Heal will be much greater if you have read Trapped in Time. The second difference is in the problems the two major characters must face. In other Brides of the Kindred and Kindred Tales, the main characters are caught up in misunderstandings and struggles caused by their life choices. But the angst in this novel is caused by forces outside the two. Both are broken, but neither can be healed on his or her own. What might seem to be simple to do in our world becomes shattered in other worlds. Time to Heal drew me right in. Although I have not personally experienced the same trauma Emmeline did, I have known others who have. Having to see those experiences in another time made me realize how difficult her original choice must have been. Although I have read all of the Brides of the Kindred and Kindred Tales, none of them made me feel like this one did. Evangeline Anderson has hit the iceberg of social perceptions and threatens to sink our own Titanics. But, in case that makes you feel this novel may not have that Anderson Touch, let me assure you our Kindred warrior is just as hot and handsome as any other Kindred hero and Emmeline is just and strong and beautiful as any other heroine. The steam is still there as are the twists Ms. Anderson puts in any of her novels. You will enjoy being pulled along their journey and will remember this story long after you finish reading it.
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    Time to heal

    Let me start by saying I think Evangeline handle writing about someone who had been victimized very well. I think she done an amazing job showing the struggle, fear, anger, guilt, and healing. My heart broke for Emmeline. I feel in love with her in the previous book and felt sorry for her as well. She had went through so much. She truly show no matter what you go through you have the chose to let it completely destroy you or make you stronger. Emmeline was so strong and brave. I swear Evangeline’s Kindreds are alway so hot and sexy and Skahr was no exception. I always love when she introduces a new Kindred race to use. Got to read the book to find out more about his race but I will tell you like all Kindred he truly love and respected women. I love the chemistry between Emmeline and Skahr. Skahr was willing to lay down his life for Emmeline and her son. He will show her so much, teach her so much, and help her break down walls that bind her. This was truly a great story and love this Time Travel stuff the author is bring to the series.
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    Realistic Well Written Book

    Emmeline to me is a warrior in my opinion. She faces so much dramatic things in her life. But through it all she chose to keep moving forward. I love that in a character. Skahr wow was a joy to read. I love his attitude towards Emmeline and her son. The connection between the MC was hot I really enjoyed this book. This Author writes from the heart, And it shows. This book was well written. And the story plot was amazing That gives the reader excited to be read this book. Overall this book meet my expectations. I recommend this book to anyone I voluntary read an advance reader Copy and my opinion are my own.
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    Extremely entertaining

    This story is about a young woman ruined in her world and missing the son she gave up to her mother, for the sake of the child, who is prophesied to be able to heal another’s worlds crystal. But the warrior who comes is a man and Emmeline trust no man. The warrior, Skahr, didn’t know what to expect when sent on this quest, he didn’t think his heart would be involved. This is an extremely entertaining self-contained story but is better if you read the book written before this one but not necessary to enjoy this one. I recommend this book to read.
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