AISLING, BOOK ONE: GUARDIAN. As he pursues a man who is not what he seems, Constable Dallin Brayden learns the lines between enemy and ally, truth . Editorial Reviews. Review. Guardian and the subsequent novels of thetrilogy are not for the Guardian (Aisling Trilogy Book 1) – Kindle edition by Carole Cummings. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. : Beloved Son (Aisling Trilogy) (): Carole Cummings: Books.
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I don’t even know what to say. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. It’s hard to review this book without giving any spoilers, so I’m going to end with this: My only disappointment is that now I have to wait until December to read the conclusion. Wil and Dallin know they have to face much more before the end. Each of their actions provides such insight into their beliefs and history that you just eat up the personalities of these two and just hope with all your might that they get a HEA because they are so honest and real.
Aisling Book Two was beyond amazing. For Wil and Dallin, newfound love might not be enough. All well and good until its actual release. They do come together sexually in a scene that is a brilliant “fuzz to dark gray” that manages to be one of the all time sexiest scenes I’ve ever read.
There is no horrible cliff-hanger. When it comes to the ‘romance’ aspect, I was disappointed. Dallin and Wil move together in a way that is teeth-grindingly slow and yet exactly right. His sanity once more in question, Fen finds himself faced with the reality of what the gods want from him this time.
This author is an amateur. I forced myself to read it today, and as it moved along, by the time the second half of the book came around, I became more drawn into the story, and read straight through to the end. Seeing Will through Dallin’s eyes was awesome The world-building is one of the cumming of good fantasy and, usually, one of the first things that should be addressed when reviewing the fantasy book.
This cumminhs only one chapter in your life. I was immediately drawn in to the plight of both the lead characters.
An absolute great read. There was too much internal dialogue of the MCs, and not all of it rang believable.
: Beloved Son (Aisling Trilogy) (): Carole Cummings: Books
My favorite book in the series was book one with the second and third being almost as good. How the story progresses is fascinating, the characters growth is amazing and lets face it Dallin and Will are just too cute for words and the story just makes you want to aislinh on Re-read time This book is still utterly amazing, even the second time around.
Together they cumminys are forced to face their destinies and embrace the gifts or burdens depending how you look at it. And one rogue in particular –the shadowy and powerful Sorcerer–is getting too bold, liberating cwrole theurgists right out from under the Bureau’s collective noses. It will allow them to continue to help others, and to show those that need support but may not have it, or that may be afraid to reach out, just how much love and understanding surrounds them. The stories in this volume run the gamut, from platypus shifters to alien slug monsters, from carnival horror stories to haunting stories of ships with souls.
Read them in order! Most of these have not had the benefit. And there is the beginnings of a very intriguing plot and romance. The gentle humor counterbalanced more difficult parts of the book and we were introduced cummmings the secondary characters that could play important part in the final book.
From the very first Full review posted at Reviews by Jessewave. The language is at turns poignant and pointed — we yearn for Wil to see a river as much as Dallin yearns to show it to him, and somehow a river becomes a wider world much cumnings than any they’ve lived in so far. The characters feel alive, and the storyline continues to surprise in a really good way. The first book in the series was a good book, but it didn’t give me what I fully needed like book 2.
Wil is a tormented soul who just wants to stop being afraid. It was interesting, had some nice twists and there were some great parts where we really got to connect to the central characters and feel the chemistry fizzling away in the recesses of Wil and Dallin’s minds.
Better than the first time. Jun 18, P. I found this second book weaker than the first one. I appreciate that Cummings respects her readers enough to let them glean their own conclusions from what she has offered. But then, if you enjoy fantasy, cummimgs don’t walk to your book vendor and give this a try. I suspect some readers will not be fond of this approach, but I am – I like the writers who treat their readers with respect. This is where they fall in love.
All right, complaining and grumbling. Damn, but Wil was so completely, hopelessly lonely! It seemed like the ending left it open for additional adventures of the two heroes. Wil and Dallin stand at the center of an approaching convergence they’re not carile they’re strong enough to face. In January I reviewed a book that I knew very little about by a new author that I had never read. Jackson decided long ago he’s going to need Kyle, the Bureau’s resident IT genius, to make it all come right in the end.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Ccummings Well That Ends Well.