Monday, August 25, 2014

Chronicles of Steele:Raven Episode 1 by Pauline Creeden

Human life has value.
The poor living in the gutter is as valuable as the rich living in a manor.
The scoundrel is no less valuable than the saint.
Because of this, every life a reaper takes must be redeemed.


Raven has lived by this first tenet since she was trained by her father to become a reaper. But since his death, she’s been spending years redeeming the lives she’s taken. By her count, she’s even and it’s time for that life to end. If she settles down and becomes a wife, she might just feel human again. But on the way to the life she thinks she wants, the baron of New Haven asks her to complete a task which she cannot ignore… Just when Raven decides to give up on her life as an assassin, she’s pulled right back in.

My Thoughts…

This is the first book in this series of four and I am very interested by it.   The idea of a reaper, a female reaper, being on her own trying to stay alive and keep even intrigued me.   Raven is one tough chic.   She is well trained in some interesting weapons.    She can fight several guys, who are obviously bigger and think they are tougher than her all while keeping her task in control.  

Pauline Creeden wrote an action packed story with a great setting, the past.   There was fantasy that pulled me in from the very first page and kept you pulled in until the very last word.    I had to know what was going to happen.  Would Raven stay alive?  Would she get her task handled safely?   I was able to read this entire story in less than one day and am anxious for more. 


Don’t miss out the chance to read this book, you will be hooked just like I am.  

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