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Christine Fonseca
Jun 27, 2012 Christine Fonseca rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Aydan and Zane...where to begin. This is a tangled story of love and loss, sacrifice and revenge, good and evil. I have loved watching the development of Aydan, Nessa, Zane and Cass. And the new characters - well, I just love them too! All I can promise is that this is a story that will keep you wondering, hanging on edge of your seat until the bitter end. Some answers will be given, some relationships revealed. But it wouldn't be one of my stories without something unexpected. Just saying!

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I would like to thank my friend and the author Christine Fonseca for trusting me with a rough draft/ARC of this BEAUTIFULLY AMAZING book to read and give an honest review. I am honored and humbled to have been trusted to read this masterpiece of literature. And I was not in the least bit disappointed with it, as I knew would be the case. It took me a while to pull my thoughts together to be able to write this review because I just did not know how to coherently put my words on paper! Yes, this b ...more
Nickle Love (Night Owl Reads)
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I think it's about time I wrote a review for this. Thank you Christine Fonseca for giving me a digital copy for review. I finished reading this during the time when I first got a job so I didn't have time to write the review. Now I do. Heh.

Despite giving this 4 stars, I was somewhat disappointed with how things ended. Contradicting? I know. I still love how it was written, so much emotion and sadness and #feels. I didn't like Vanessa. I was slightly irrit
I would like to thank Christine Fonseca for giving me this book to read and review. It was wonderful, and I am just so sorry I didn't finish it faster.

Libera Me was a roller coaster of emotions that left me anxious, and gasping, and happy, and then on the next page heart broken. It was a story I could not predict where it was going, and what would happen next. It had so many different twists and turns and surprises.

Aydan. Such a tortured soul. Trying to deny The Beast, and help the only one he
I won a competition and won the novella Dies Irae (#0.5) and Lacrimosa (#1) and I have continued on the Requiem series by reading the Mea Culpa (#1.5). So when I found the Book Tour for the next instalment in the series, Libera Me, I was so on board!! Christine has continued the amazing journey of Aydan and Zane in this book and of course she has left me wanting more!

Libera Me is an emotional journey for both characters in this book as they both believe that Nessa is Nesy reborn. But Nessa has n
Jen*The Geeky Book Gal*
I finished this book a while ago, and have been digesting the story and what to write in a review. I'm not as good as some on this site with reviews and why I did or didn't like a book, but here goes!

First off, I would read anything Christine writes, even if it were a page in the phonebook. Her writing draws you in, makes you feel what her characters are, and lets you experience the richly defined world they live in as if it were your own.

Some of the following may be spoilery so I will hide it j
The sum of who we are is encapsulated by our memories and experiences giving us a sense of identity, an anchor to this life, What if you had no memories to draw upon, you would become lost and vulnerable, helpless even and Nessa is no different. Gone is the warrior sentinel and a scared human girl has taken her place though Ayden fights to recover his Nesy and help her regain her memories. I kind of felt like a ping pong ball at times (terrible analogy I know) because sometimes I was team Ayden ...more
A huge thank you to Christine for giving me a copy of Libera Me for an honest review. This hasn't influenced my review in any way.

WARNING: Mild spoilers for those who have not read Lacrimosa.

Christine Fonseca is a master of words. I feel like a broken record, but I can't say this enough. She truly has a way of creating a scene and making you feel like you are right there with the characters, feeling their feelings and fighting their battles. Her stories truly come alive. It's going to be hard to
Christine Fonseca
Jul 08, 2013 Christine Fonseca rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
I am so excited to bring you this special second edition of Libera Me, complete with bonus material that includes the Requiem Shorts Mea Culpa and Enigma.
Amanda (mandy)
First and foremost, thank you Christine for providing a copy of this review. Secondly, thank you Christine for these characters and this world. Libera Me was exactly what I expected. Brilliant. How could it not be, I mean this is Aydan and Zane we're talking about. I loved the alternating viewpoints from Zane and Aydan. The heartbreak each of them felt was written so painfully clear. Aydan's confusion over what could be going on and Zane's inability to past what he wants to believe. I just love ...more
Heather McCorkle
An emotional ride that kept me guessing at every turn, dip, and upside down whirl. It isn't often that an author can blow me away with the first book and then out-do themselves with the second and impress me even more, but that's what Christine has done. This novel will have you gripping your e-reader until your fingers are white. Love, sacrifice, redemption, damnation, hot angels and demons, it has it all and so much more!
Maria Stanica
Jul 02, 2012 Maria Stanica marked it as to-read
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