Truthsight by Miriam Greystone

Compelling from the get go! I love a fresh perspective in a fantasy world. I think it’s much needed in this massively popular genre.

Truthsight kept the momentum ‘til the very last page; it’s filled with a wide range of characters and worlds combining to make a well thought-out story. My only criticism is that I wanted more. More inner dialogue from the main character, Doctor Amy. I wanted to spend more time in her head, really getting to the heart of who she is and what makes her tick. I also am inclined to say that some of the other characters’ monologues could have been curtailed a bit. There’s nothing that a stronger edit couldn’t fix. Please don’t take this as a negative as it’s not meant to deter the reader. I am truly excited about the potential for a series and can’t wait to see this author’s journey of development and growth.

I especially hope that this will be an ongoing series, as there are so many characters that I simply MUST know more about. I mean who can’t help but fantasize about strong alpha males (especially ones with deep magical powers)?

It’s a fun and mysterious adventure with a great side of mystical beefcake!

Coming September 20th
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From the cover…
Doctor Amy spends her nights running a secret clinic for supernatural creatures. When she is forced to use her magic to save the lives of a centaur infant and its mother, she vows never to regret her decision, no matter the consequences. Not even when the Mages capture her, beat her, and condemn her to die.

Before the sentence can be carried out, Amy is abducted by a mysterious being named Rowan, who demands she use her healing abilities to save his father. But when Amy fails to save the ailing man, her actions unintentionally force Rowan into an exile that will soon turn into a death sentence.

Now Rowan and Amy must join forces with the creatures who were once her patients and fight to uncover the one secret that may be powerful enough to save them all.

1 comment:

  1. Enjoyed your review. I've read TRUTHSIGHT, too, and agree that it's a great book with fascinating characters. Can't wait for the next book in the series!