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Weaving Words

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Easy part of his day? Resurrecting the dead. Hard part? Keeping them alive.

Kaede is a witch whose family has been bound to a powerful House for over a thousand years. And he hates it. Despite the fact that his lord, Tarou, murdered his mother, Kaede is sworn never to harm the man who could kill him with just seven words. Now he's been commanded to use his unique powers to...more
ebook, 80 pages
Published September 2nd 2008 by Samhain Publishing (first published 2008)
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Hali Sowle
Kaede is a witch whose family has been indentured to the ruling family for generations, Kaede and his family have had a unique power they can raise the dead. Vara is the head of the guard for a temple, a position she is fiercely proud of. The man who owns Kaede wants him to raise the body of his wife, who has died trying to perform magic herself. While Kaede can raise the dead, he can not often keep them alive, but to fail will bring about his own death, at the hands of this man, the man who als...more
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Not your typical magical fantasy. The hero is an omega with necromantic tendencies, and the heroine a female warrior trapped in the body of docile Lady. The author's weakness in clearly explaining her convoluted scenarios unfortunately comes through in this at the end, but it's too interesting of a read not to overlook that. A welcome break from more traditional stories.
At times I found this book a difficult to follow. I don't know if there is a work that precedes this one, I'll have to check.
Kindle freebies are hit and miss. This one was a waste of time. Fortunately, it was a short waste of time.
Plot and character building are HARD. Fortunately, raunchy sex scenes are a piece of cake! ;)
Justin Nova
Interesting premise but felt rushed and it was very confusing to read.
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Kim lives on an ancient boundary line, once marked by a Neolithic burial tomb. The tomb’s now a standing stone circle–thank the Georgians for that one–and stirs her mind with thoughts of history and ancient myths. She mixes the essence of the past into fantasy, along with the essential mix of magic and sex. She also writes science fiction romance, pushing out into the far future with effortlessly...more
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