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Trinity (Brethren #1)

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One way or another, terror will reign tonight.

Emma Livingston, a single mom, has been through hell—and back, so she thinks. While dealing with her five year old daughter’s night terrors, she attempts to live a normal life. That is, until the being from those very nightmares comes to visit her. Has her child been dealing with a real demon while she thought he was only a fig
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Published by Decadent Publishing (first published March 20th 2011)
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Kristina
Jun 02, 2011 Kristina rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Ahhhhh! Where to start!?!?!

When I first purchased this book on my barnes and noble Nook, I was shocked to see that it was over five hundred pages long. I thought that it would take me forever to finish it, but boy was I wrong. I don't think I have ever read a book this fast! I finished this book in about five hours total. I blazed through this novel, turning pages frantically because I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. I had to put the book down about halfway through in order to get
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Stacey (Sassy Book Lovers)
May 16, 2011 Stacey (Sassy Book Lovers) rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favourites
Amazing book!

My review: Wow what can i say but.... I LOVED IT! I was completely hooked right from the beginning it was so hard to put this book down you get so wrapped up in their world. Deena doesn't disappoint, her story takes you on an amazing journey full of good old fashion Good vs Evil in such a new and exciting way, Romance, passion, danger, action and plenty of gorgeous angel brethren to put your imagination into overdrive. What more can a girl ask for?!?! *winks*

Being a mother myself I
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JoAnne Kenrick
May 25, 2011 JoAnne Kenrick rated it it was amazing
WOW... so, this is one of those books that kept me up all night, the type where you have to literally tear yourself away from it so you can get some sleep. I even read while cooking a stir-fry at one point! LOl It's dark, it's sensual, it's gritty...its' fabulous! Love your angel paranormals? Try this!
Debbie Talbot
Jun 17, 2011 Debbie Talbot rated it it was amazing
I have to say that I was hooked from the very beginning. Deena give's you no warm up time in this book and I love it. From the very beginning you feel for Emma, a single mom who has absolutely no one and is afraid after a abusive marriage to allow anyone in her life. Her daughter Hannah is having horrible nightmares and neither of them has gotten a good night sleep in months. She finally realizes that she might need to talk to someone, so she decides to tell her coworker and principle of ...more
Shelley (Bella)
What a fantastic read! There are so many things to love about this story; the beautiful setting, the plot line...the romance! What, or I should say, who, I loved most was our tiny heroine, Hannah. Before we even become aware that she's "magic", she graces us with a personality and charm so real, I fell instantly in love with her and the beautiful bond she has with her very loving and protective mother, Emma.
The lovefest doesn't end there. Michael and Emma are equally enthralling with their very
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Lady Heather
Sep 09, 2011 Lady Heather rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: no one... wasn't impressed!
I was rather disappointed with this book.

It started off SO well, and then somewhere along the way the Author 'dropped the ball'.
The idea of the Trinity: A Protector, A Warrior Child, and A Great Healing Mother was really good, BUT I think what really bothered me the most about this book was the dialogue between the characters. From about the middle of the book to the end, I felt as if I was reading an essay. There just was no 'depth' to the characters.

It took me what seemed like FOREVER to fi
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Wendy
Jun 25, 2011 Wendy rated it really liked it
Shelves: pnr, kindle
Angel warriors, what's there not to like?!
Patricia
Mar 31, 2014 Patricia rated it it was amazing


This is a story of good versus evil. Angels against demons. But also it is a love story . Hannah is a sweet young five year old that is being plagued by night terrors as her mom Emma struggles to keep it all together. And help her daughter through these night terrors. But they don't know that there is more to these night terrors . Enter principal Micheal D'angelo, There is more to Micheal then just being a principal. He is also an angel here to protect Hannah and her mother. As they are very sp
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Lindsey ( United By Books Reviews)
Summary: Emma is a single mother to 5 year old Hannah who has been waking up the last six months from nightmares. At least she thought they were nightmares until Hannah told her the evil Agremon who has been trying to get her for his master, Namirha. Emma didn't believe what Hannah was telling her and then she had her own little incident. Michael is there to help her through the incident brought on by Agremon and finally shares what has been going on with Hannah. Once Michael hears this, he ...more
Destiny
May 20, 2011 Destiny rated it it was amazing
Deena Remiel weaves an interesting tale revolving around the ultimate battle of good versus evil. In this novel, we are introduced to the three main characters, Emma, Hannah, and Michael; however, unlike most authors, Remiel does not give in depth histories of each person at the beginning of the story. Instead she opts to let the readers get to know her characters as the plot progresses which really builds suspense and seems to let the characters tell the story themselves. The mother, Emma has ...more
Mei
Feb 22, 2012 Mei rated it did not like it
Shelves: paranormal, no-books
I was hoping... No, it didn't get better...
My impresson is that it was written by a robot (and not a cognisant robot!!!).
There's no emotion.
The story is witten like this: heros have to defend the good from evel; they get together; they talk about strategy; the H meets h and the kiss and fall in bed; they fight evel; they win; the end. How sad not being able to make it better even with all that pages at disposal...
There is supposed to be a magical connection between the H+h+her daughter but t
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Liza Burns
Feb 27, 2013 Liza Burns rated it it was amazing
Goosebumps! Lots of goosebumps! I definitely recommend this one!
Anne (Angel Anne Reviews) Nelson
TRINITY

YES I BELIEVE STRONGLY IN ANGELS !!!! DO YOU?
As Trinity is formed, ancient secrets are revealed and faith will be tested. When a prophecy is exposed, Hannah becomes the main target and Emma wonders if a normal life will ever be possible again. Hope is like an anchor, can a mother, and her daughter, and a angel over-come the evil determined to annihilate the world?

Trinity: A group of 3 members. The three persons are distinct yet coexist in unity, and are co-equal: triad

I bought Trinity aft
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Denise
Aug 29, 2011 Denise rated it it was amazing
Trinity (Brethren #1)
by Deena Remiel (Goodreads Author)

Synopsis from Goodreads:

"One way or another, terror will reign tonight.

Emma Livingston, a single mom, has been through hell—and back, so she thinks. While dealing with her five year old daughter’s night terrors, she attempts to live a normal life. That is, until the being from those very nightmares comes to visit her. Has her child been dealing with a real demon while she thought he was only a figment of an active imagination?

Michael D’A
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Wendy *Sebella Blue* Mitchell
Sep 12, 2011 Wendy *Sebella Blue* Mitchell rated it really liked it
Shelves: must-read-series
Emma Livingston’s five year old daughter Hannah had been having nightmares of a demon for so long now, they were both showing signs of severe sleep deprivation. Scared and at the end of her rope, Emma turns to one of her few friends, Michael D’Angelo, and he reveals some unbelievable revelations. Michael is not just the principal of Hannah’s school, he is a Protector angel and a member of the Brethren, angels who protect mankind and fight the evil forces that wish them harm. Together, Michael, ...more
Katrina
Mar 22, 2012 Katrina rated it really liked it
Good vs evil

A well developed plot that will pique your attention from beginning to end. At over 500 pages long you wont feel like you are on a marathon but will be left wanting more !!

Trinity is filled with suspense, action, romance, dark traits and all the goodies one would want in a paranormal story !!

The Brethen ** waggles eyebrows ** I tell you ... Id certainly love these boys knocking on my door. !! Deena has portrayed all her characters with there own traits, giving them unique characteris
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Linda
Dec 06, 2011 Linda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Emma Was Very Tired And Sleepy From Awakening In The Middle Of The Night To Soothe Her Daughter's Nightmares And It Was Taking A Toll On Her Body. She Was Raised In Foster Care When Her Parent's Were Killed And A Month Later Her Grand Mother Died. When She Was Too Old For Foster Care She Went To College And Fell In Love, But Ron Proved To Be A Cheater And Emma Returned To Her Parent's Ranch Home In Prophets Point Arizona Divorced With A Five Year Old And A Major Trust Issue!

Emma Had For Six Mont
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Lindsey ( United By Books Reviews)
Summary: Emma is a single mother to 5 year old Hannah who has been waking up the last six months from nightmares. At least she thought they were nightmares until Hannah told her the evil Agremon who has been trying to get her for his master, Namirha. Emma didn't believe what Hannah was telling her and then she had her own little incident. Michael is there to help her through the incident brought on by Agremon and finally shares what has been going on with Hannah. Once Michael hears this, he ...more
Leanne
May 21, 2011 Leanne rated it it was amazing
Hannah a 6 year old girl is being harassed in her dreams. Emma who is Hannah's mother is a her wits end on what to do for her daughter. Lack of sleep and the stress about Hannah's nightmares are taking it's toll on Emma. When she begins to think she's seeing things she turns to her friend Michael. After telling Michael all that has been happened to her daughter Michael decides to help them. Michael is part of a group of Angels that are sworn to protect the good and innocent from Evil. They are ...more
TheOneTree AU
Aug 26, 2013 TheOneTree AU rated it liked it
No spoilers...

I truly enjoyed this book and could not put it down; ended up reading it in one sitting.

I liked the characters, and the storyline but in the end, I really wanted more from the book than I got. Don't get me wrong, I truly enjoyed the book. However, I felt like it could have been fleshed out more. There was so much going on that could have been included, but wasn't. The best way to describe it, was that an opportunity was missed; it's almost as if the book was written part time - thi
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Veronica
Feb 26, 2016 Veronica rated it liked it
I know it sounds bad but I was dreading reading this novel. The story line didn't catch me and I thought it would be a chore to read. Well, I am happy to say that I was completely wrong. I ended up being drawn in by the story of the age old bond between mother and child and the lengths that a mother will go to protect her child even if it means her own death. It seems from some of the reviews that I have read that people either really liked it or they didn't. I actually found the Brethren Angels ...more
W.H.
I was given an ecopy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. I also bought a copy to support the author. Deena Remiel is an amazing writer and she blew me out of the water again!

OMG! Do I believe in Angels? You bet cha! This is a very well written story. Full of emotions, action packed fight sequences, betrayal, anger, diabolcal Evil, and well trained heavenly Angels. Just when things started going well, here comes Evil to thwart their plans yet again. Emma and Michael are a
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Crystal
May 13, 2013 Crystal rated it really liked it
Trinity was eye-opening and full of action and passion.



Emma is a teacher by day and a mommy by night to a five year old daughter who has an active imagination and suffers from constant nightmares of an evil man who wants to take her away. Emma begins to suffer from nightmares brought on by the same evil and it wont stop until he claims Hannah as his daughter.



Michael is the principal of the school Emma teaches at. He's also a Protector, an angel sent to Earth to ward off evil. He quickly become
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Tina
Jul 28, 2015 Tina rated it liked it
Free download. Well I'm not sure what to think of this read. Emma is trying hard to be a good single parent to her five year old daughter Hannah, but is struggling to deal with her daughters nightmares which seem to be more real than ever, she is starting to think she's crazy but what she'll discover is there is more to it than that. Michael has watched Emma and Hannah for 6 years and has now discovered why but will he be able to help?
This was an interesting new twist on angels and Demons, the
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Romancing the Book
Sep 04, 2011 Romancing the Book rated it really liked it
Shelves: urban-fantasy
Reviewed by Stephanie O
Book provided by author

How long can one person keep a wall up to protect their heart? Emma is about to find out. Dealing with her daughters nightmares (that seem to be coming more often) alone, just doesn’t seem to be in the cards anymore. Resigned to talk to with someone, Emma just didn’t know how her life was going to change all at the same time. Grab a seat and settle in for a crazy and wild ride. One that will have your heart pounding one second and all mushy the next.
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Michelle
Jun 05, 2011 Michelle rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The premise of this book intrigued me, it's not often you find the heroine to be a single Mum, especially in PNR!

Emma moves to a small town with her daughter Hannah following a what I can only guess was a messy divorce. We join them almost six years later when Hannah has been having recurring nightmares that are becoming more vivid and affecting their real lives. Emma turns to her boss Michael for help only to discover that as well as being a school principal he also belongs to The Brethren - a
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Emily Miller
Jun 10, 2011 Emily Miller rated it liked it
Overall, Trinity was a ok read. I would give it between a 2.5 to 3 stars.

To me, it was an easy mindless read. Mindless in the sense that the storyline rolled smoothly and the story was good but a little underdeveloped. Trinity didn't pull to hard at my emotions. There were somethings about the book that did bother me. I couldn't get past the fact that the Great Protector of all humans and angels would call his love interest "honey". I shook my head everytime I read that nickname in one of Michae
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The Project
Feb 23, 2012 The Project rated it really liked it
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Meg Kinch
It was a pretty good read. I liked the characters and the overall story was good. However, the dialog and even in between had a flair for the dramatic, even going so far as "world domination". Also, the utilization of a six year old child to be a warrior was a bit much for me. I understand that she is supposed to have the soul of an ancient warrior with her, but really she is just a child and a six year old should not be yielding a sword. The story felt a bit forced and over dramatic at times, ...more
Cheryl Sanders
Sep 09, 2012 Cheryl Sanders rated it it was amazing
I loved this book! It is a great story and very well written. I was captivated from the beginning. The Brethren are a bunch of handsome and hunky angels. It is a story about a mothers love for her child, answered prayers in the form of the Brethren, and a budding love between a woman and an angel. I'm going to read the next book in this series right now :) I hope you enjoyed this book as much as I did. Happy reading!!!
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