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Shadow of The Witte Wieven by Debbie  Peterson
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it was amazing
bookshelves: blog-tour

I enjoyed reading Shadow of the Witte Wieven unique storyline . Aliyana works for the DEA, and she is almost wrapping up her case. Her case, to catch the Columbian drug lord Emil Mercado. She is working on the last minute details, collecting evidence which will ensure Emil's arrest. Upon completing this task she makes a run for it, only to find her source of transport, her bike missing. She hijacks Emil's plane - after kicking some butts along the way - and flies, escaping the guards and gunshots raining all around her.
Then something interesting happens. Without warning, the weather shifts suddenly and as she manouevre the plane, she crashes into rocks, losing consciousness.

When she later wakes up, she finds herself inside a lighthouse, and beside her the handsome Dutchman Captain Wolfaert, the captain of the Wieven.

Ms. Peterson weaved a truly wonderful story. The characters were an absolute treat.Aliyana is a strong character, self-sufficient. Inside that tough girl look and act, is someone who is sensitive, insecure when it comes to promises. After all what has happened to her with her family, I emphathised and understood her. Wolfaert, is just as lovable, a strong character who really complements Aliyana. The Wolf crew has a wonderful collection of characters as well, funny and loyal to their captain, and later Aliyana.

I highly recommend this book to fans of paranormal. It's unique and different, descriptions wonderfully done.
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Reading Progress

January 31, 2012 – Shelved
April 13, 2012 – Started Reading
April 13, 2012 – Shelved as: blog-tour
April 17, 2012 –
100.0%
April 17, 2012 –
100.0% "loved it! :)"
April 18, 2012 – Finished Reading

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Aubrie Dionne I thought this book was unique, too!


message 2: by Cecilia (last edited May 02, 2012 11:06AM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Cecilia Robert Aubrie wrote: "I thought this book was unique, too!"

Truly unique and well written. Makes me want to sail to the Bermuda just to see if I can find a formation to go through. :D


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