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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Review - Banished Hero by Anita Philmar


Title: Banished Hero

Author: Anita Philmar

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Buy Banished Hero Here!



Rating: You Need to Read



Reviewed by: Holli




With no memory of her past, Faye Lynn Berton clings to a father who curses her ability to shape-shift, then uses her special skill to scam local villagers. The only freedom she knows comes as she soars through the sky in falcon form. A chance meeting with another changling turns her world upside down. Beyond satisfying the powerful sexual cravings that follow transformation, he reveals a surprising dimension of sex between their kind…one to unlock the secrets of her soul.

Havyn Westmore has questions…Faye Lynn holds the answers.. Determined to unravel her secrets, he strives to gain her freedom and trust. Teaching her the finer techniques of transformation keeps her close while sex strengthens their bond. But on the trail of discovery, Havyn must confront his own past. Accused of a heinous crime, he was banned from his homeland.




When I read the blurb of this book, I knew I had to read it! I am so happy I did. The author is very creative with her characters and plot. It is so easy to predict what is going to happen next with a book. But with Banished Hero, Ms. Philmar has taken us to new heights. She has made it hard to predict the plot. You never know where the author will take you next with new heights of sex and love and drama. It’s a story that will leave you satisfied with the results. Havyn and Faye have demons in their closet, they must discover who and what is the truth. Can Faye help Havyn prove his innocence and get him back to his homeland? They teach each other so much. They learn to love, respect, and trust with one another.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you Holli,

    It is wonderful to get a review that shows the reader understand what you're trying to write.

    I am honored by your review,

    Anita
    www.anitaphilmar.com

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  2. Awesome review. You're right, the blurb is irresistible.

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