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Haunting Echoes by [Faron, Caethes]
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Amaia was one of the most sought after courtesans in King James's London when she became a vampire. Together with her sire, Lawrence, she works to birth a new, more powerful race of vampires. She has everything she could want: wealth, prestige, and eternal life.

She fears nothing. That is, until Michael, the first man she killed, walks into a tavern twenty-three years after she killed him. He has more reason than most to hate her; he's the man who gave her the engagement ring she still wears. She's convinced he's come back from the grave for one purpose: to destroy her.

Michael's gray eyes haunt Amaia until she surrenders and goes to him. If her clan finds out about her obsession, they'll kill her and him. But if she stays away, she'll go mad. Both paths lead to destruction, and it's up to Amaia to find a way to keep herself and Michael alive, whether Michael still loves her or not.

Warning: if you like nice, vegetarian vampires, turn back now. Amaia is a cold-blooded killer who hunts humans. But, as she discovers, even a predator can love. Haunting Echoes contains adult language and situations.

Get the story of Amaia's mortal life with Michael in the prequel, Fates Entwined, available now.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 458 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
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  • Publisher: Branwen Press (June 5 2014)
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  • Language: English
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4f829b4) out of 5 stars Consider my candles lit! June 19 2014
By Shandra Torbett - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Superb technical writing made Haunting Echoes a literary masterpiece. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to review it for a blog tour. I wound up purchasing a permanent copy because I can't imagine not revisiting this in a year; knowing there will be more of Michael and Amaia? That thrilled me almost as much as this story did which is saying something.

Reincarnation has always been something I've found fascinating, especially in regards to a romance. If one could relive their life over and over, what better reason to come back to Earth than for love?

Haunting Echoes showcases the best aspect of that concept of reincarnation in Michael -the human who comes back forever and ever for Amaia's love- yet also manages to do a brutally honest portrayal of vampire culture.

Vampires are so often romanticized. They're glittery. They live off animal blood. They only take a sip here or there to survive. We've all read the tropes to make them seem more empathetic, but really? They are parasites. Vampires feed from the blood of the living to sustain their eternal undeath. That's not exactly as romantic in actuality as it sounds in theory.

I love that Caethes Faron portrayed Jocelyn -the courtesan who becomes Amaia, the vampire fledgling who grows into her own- as a woman who wanted power so sought to become a vampire in order to gain it and then disproves the theory that immortality does not come without a price.

Amaia is NOT Jocelyn.

She retains some memories of her human life; she has some of her human traits, but she's an entirely reborn creature.

This creature is as dangerous as it is deadly beautiful which is why she's so fascinating. Her perspective throughout the work was executed in such a way I found myself imagining life as a predator. It was glorious, uplifting, and wildly visceral.

There were so many things I loved about this work from the portrayal of vampirism to the workings of the vampire hierarchy to the side characters -for real? I would run off with Meg and Liam. Instantly.- to the way Michael became Michelle became Michael and yet never stopped being the same in spite of everything.

Haunting Echoes breaks down all barriers of society to showcase love as it's meant to be: all-consuming. It's a timeless piece which I am so grateful to have had occasion to read so I can give it the 5 stars I'm allowed to place on it.

Thanks for a fantastic tale, Caethes Faron. I can't wait to see what's next for this pair!

**Note: Review based on a complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review from THIS REDHEAD LOVES BOOKS BLOG though I have since purchased my own copy to keep as a part of my permanent library.**
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By M. Schwartz - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Paranormal WOW! I absolutely LOVE paranormal romance and this one has reached the top of the list. Haunting Echoes is quite a long read, although it does go by quick. I didn't want to put it down ... the kids can cook for themselves, right? HA!

As much as I would love to go into great deatil, I cannot. If so, I will ruin everything for you about this book. I will give you, the lucky reader a glimpse into what this amazing story holds.

Amaia showed up on the doorstep of Lawrence at the young age of eleven. He became her father, in her eyes. Lawrence gave her everything she could have ever wanted. In return, Amaia was to become a courtesan, whom all of the men wanted. She is smart, beautiful, talented and irresistible.

Amaia fell in love with a client named Michael, who soon stated that he no longer wanted to pay for her services. He only wanted her hand in marriage and Amaia accepted. Shortly after, Lawrence turned her into a vampire. Lawrence knew that she would be the first of his strong clan of children. Amaia was incredibly strong and intelligent. Sadly, Michael was murdered the night that she awoke from turning and has been haunted by his piercing gray eyes.

Amaia can feel Michael, but how can that be? He was a human. He cannot be alive, yet she continues to feel an unbelievable pull and his energy is even stronger. Is she going mad? Why is she forever haunted by these eyes? Even after one-hundred years, the pull remains. She finally confides in Lawrence, who advises her that it is simply reincarnation and she feels and senses it because she is so powerful.

Will Amaia find the source of these "eyes"? Can she remain sane throughout it all? You MUST pick up this book and find out for yourself. I read this book in roughly 10 hours, because the pages and chapters just flow. The fact that the story takes place hundreds of year ago only adds to the incredible story line. Trust me when I advise you to go and one-click it today. Happy Reading! XOXO
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4dd0f48) out of 5 stars Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful story. July 1 2015
By Lorraine H. - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This was one of the most beautiful, thought inspiring, love stories I have ever read. I cannot wait to read and reread it, over and over again. The candles were emotionally undescribable. I would never have found this author if I had not purchased a .99 cent anthology; which her book was a part of. I have already purchased all of her other books.They are not normally the types of books I would read but, I enjoyed her writing style so much, I am willing to take a chance on her other works.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa52771f8) out of 5 stars Cold and clinical with no feeling or empathy felt toward the Heroine... Dec 12 2015
By jessicahkiefer - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I found this book while searching thru the thousands of free titles listed under Kindle Unlimited. I wanted a good vampire romance to read while I cleaned the house and decorated for Christmas. So, after reading thru several descriptions, I picked this one. Let me start by saying that the author has a way of writing that leaves the reader disconnected and extremely cold to any emotion portrayed in the book. I found the writing style killed any hope I had of enjoying this story. I couldn't get emotionally into the book. The characters were strange and unrealistically portrayed. For example: The main female character kills her one true love, drains him dry while changing, and then has no emotion due to her being a new vampire. The author writes that because of her change she sees human emotions as trivial and is unable to relate to the once had emotion of love or caring. Ok, so how is she able to love the hero in the future if this is so? And the book is just bizarre folks. The book's description claimed this was a "Dark Romance" and had readers hooked from the beginning....Well, I read the entire first book and I had to make myself continue thru it to the end. I never felt a thing. The writing is clinical and at times, too descriptive. Who cares how she walks or the entire description of a room when the writer has described the room several times before. In other areas of the book the scene goes too fast to understand the meaning of it or the scene lacks something. I spent most of my time while reading this book with a frown on my face, it was that bad. Ugh, it was just bad. And the relationship between the heroine and her maker is just's like he's a child molester who hasn't manifested yet. It's creepy. And the story starts just as she is turned so you don't get a real good explanation of why she trusts this older vampire to turn her. It's a mess of jumbled words. Why do I feel this way? Because this book hasn't been edited by a reputable editor who knows how to add or delete certain things to make the book flow. This book did not flow properly. It drug, it whined on and on and had absolutely no feeling what so ever! My advice to the author....get this book edited by someone who knows their job!!! Put more feeling into it...any feeling at all would be welcomed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa51aae10) out of 5 stars I really enjoyed the writing style of this book Aug. 27 2014
By UIBB - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I received this book from United Indie for an honest opinion.
Haunting Echoes by Caethes Faron

Not my usual genre, but every now and then I find the need to delve into something more unusual.
After the first chapter I was already hooked, such a different take on the "frilly" vampire books one normally reads.

A life changed with one bite, Jocelyn becomes Amaia, sired by her "owner"Lawrence.
Her first kill is her fiance, which I believe to have been a deliberate move on the part of Lawrence.
She continues on in her new life, a purpose driven one, as Lawrence is determined to create a new breed of vampire.
However, Amaia has always had a haunting feeling that she is not alone, She is possessed about finding out where it is coming from, putting herself in the line of fire from her coven. But who continues to follow her?

What dangers lurk in the dark and will her feelings of being pursued come to an end?

I really enjoyed the writing style of this book. It was refreshingly different and intriguing..

Reviewed by Jacqui