on March 29, 2016
Genres: Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Fantasy & Magic
Since the moment I was ripped from my mother's womb, I've been an outcast among my own kind. The Sidhe might possess magical Gifts, unbelievable wealth, and unfathomable power, but I don't want a thing to do with them. I ran away from their lands in the Highlands of Scotland when I was 11 years old, and I've never looked back. I don't need a clan. I've got my own family of highly skilled thieves who mean more to me than any Sidhe ever could.
Unfortunately for me, the playboy heir to the Moncrieffe Clan has something I desperately need. To get it back, I'm going to have to plunge myself back into that world, no matter what the consequences may be. I suppose it's just as well I have a sense of humor. I think I'm going to need it.
Gifted Thief was a fun adventure. I liked Integrity as our heroine. She’s smart, like her name she has strong integrity, and I really liked her spirit. I loved the chemistry that’s developed between Integrity and Byron and I’m excited to see where it leads. It was fun seeing the two of them try and play the other.
The narrator is slowly growing on me. It took me a while to really get into the story but all in all it was an enjoyable listen and I’ve already downloaded book 2 so we’ll see what Honour Bound has in store.
About the Author
After teaching English literature in the UK, Japan and Malaysia, Helen Harper left behind the world of education following the worldwide success of her Blood Destiny series of books. She is a professional member of the Alliance of Independent Authors and writes full time, thanking her lucky stars every day that’s she lucky enough to do so!
Helen has always been a book lover, devouring science fiction and fantasy tales when she was a child growing up in Scotland.
She currently lives in Devon in the UK with far too many cats – not to mention the dragons, fairies, demons, wizards and vampires that seem to keep appearing from nowhere.
You can find out more – and learn how to get a FREE copy of Corrigan Fire – by visiting Helen’s website: helenharper.co.uk