Fated Capture Paperback – Jan 22 2015
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About the Author
Kristyn Eudes was born in Phoenix, Arizona, but raised in a small town in Alabama were she still resides today. She recently married the love of her life and now spends her days raising their large family. She obsessed with Vampire Diaries and loves to spend her free time reading and writing.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I feel that everyone who has read a synopsis shouldn't have to read what I think the storywhen the author usually does a good job of writing one.
The genre of Fated Capture is paranormal and young adult so anyone can read it and not worry about the content. And, it is a book that someone that is in their 50's and reads a lot of dark content books could still love.
Okay now that I told you all about the book but, not my review. I thought this book was very good and I was pleasantly surprised that it was a Paranormal. Kristyn had not told me that when she asked if I would read and review her book.
Most of the books that I usually read are dark or contemporary genre. This is a young adult book and anyone can read it and enjoy it. I did and I did it is as a woman in her 50's and I was drawn into the book form the very beginning. I hope that you will pick this book up and read it. And, it is a good book for your kids as well of course that is my opinion and you as the reader need to read it first to make sure it is okay for your kids to read.
Kristyn you did a great job for your first book! This ARC was received for an honest review!
Lyon has one mission. It has been his same mission for the past 200 years. Find the child from the prophecy - save the Craecian race before Ose and the Orfeo find her and destroy everything. Racing against time, trying to find Tris, coming to terms with supernatural beings, prophecies & being the chosen one, Arsema must put all of her trust, heart and soul into Lyon and prepare to have her world flipped upside down.
I read this one as fast as I could and cannot wait for the release of "Fated Release" on Monday! If you love YA paranormal, check this series out!
While the novel has a romantic, instant-love element, there is so much more woven into it. I found the love Arsema shares for her family and best friend was what really drew me into the story. Her friendship with Tris was well done, and I loved their interactions the most. The ups and downs they shared were relatable, and I could imagine being their best friend, too.
Arsema’s voice was a fun read—a mix of humor and spunk—and I found myself laughing out loud on several occasions. Even when times seemed hopeless, she always found the best of a bad situation, and her determination and willingness to admit when she needed help, made for a great heroine.
The one thing I disliked about the novel was how one of the major conflicts was solved. It was predictable and slightly unbelievable to me, but it wasn’t a deal breaker and didn’t affect my enjoyment of the ending.
If you like young adult paranormal romance, stories of friendship, instant-love or soul mate stories, good versus evil, or dual points of view, Fated Capture is a must read. I’m interested to discover how the rest of the series plays out.
When Arsema sleeps, she dreams and she keeps a journal of her dreams. She has been having the same dream for days now and she doesn't want to wake up from them because of the HUNK she meets in the dream.
But awake she must, and this day is the first day of school. She and her friend, Tris, drive to school together, and after school, go to a coffee bar that allows new bands to play. There they meet a new guy in one of the bands that Tris immediately crushes on, but Arsema gets a creepy feeling from him.
As Arsema tries to get away, she runs into--literally--Lyon who makes her feel better just by his touch. Who are these two guys? Why does Arsema feel such an instant connection to Lyon? Why does Tavish from the band give Arsema such a bad feeling?
Pick up this great book to learn more!