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Unbound by Adrian J. Smith

 
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About the Author
Adrian J. Smith, or “AJ” as she is often called, is a part-time writer with an epic imagination, sharp wit, and kind heart that gets her into a bit of trouble when it comes to taking in all the neighborhood stray cats. Being obsessed with science fiction, Smith often goes off on tangents about the space-time continuum. She is also a part-time lunatic with a secretive past. It’s been rumored that she was once a spy for the government, but anyone who has gotten close enough to know the truth has never lived to tell the tale. When traveling around the world on various classified tasks, Smith requires the following be provided: buffalo jerky, mimosas, and eighty-six pennies. This is all we know about the reclusive woman.
Publication Date
October 01, 2015
Pages
570
ISBN
978-1-938108-69-3
Manipulating a powerful witch isn’t as easy as Faye hoped.

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Unbound reviewed by Joanne Swinney
(Updated: September 17, 2015)
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3.5
Being a lover of paranormal romance I found this book interesting but confusing.
Faye sometimes known as Ryan throughout this story has been watching a building for a while now and wants to know what goes on inside. She tries to jump from a tree and ends up being hurt and being cared for by the people inside. One person in particular takes an interest in Faye and that's Molly. Molly is a scientist, studying very weird and unusual creatures. She has a team to help her, all very unique individuals having certain gifts that help them through life and the job that they do. So many secrets and complications keep you from finding out what is really going on in this book. Just when you start to get some information and start putting the pieces together, something else happens and you seem no further forward. Faye is looking for something and the others believe she is up to no good but Molly wants her around. What she is looking for remains a mystery till near the end. Faye and Molly are attracted to each other and don't waste anytime in getting up close and personal. There are some likeable characters in this book and the story had me intrigued.
The three main things that come to mind when thinking about this book are manipulation, Vampires and witches.
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