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Publisher Description

Edited by Leslie Mitchell at G2 Freelance Editing and re-released 8/20/13.

For the past four years, Cassie has only known vampires as her enemy. With the revelation of Devon’s true nature, she must come to terms with the fact that not everything she knows is right, especially when the true source of her Hunter powers is revealed. Slowly, Cassie begins to unravel the mystery that enshrouds Devon as the bond between them intensifies. When a woman from his past walks into their present, Cassie realizes there are far more layers to Devon than she ever realized. Layers that may very well destroy her, and everyone she loves.
Thrown off by the new arrival in their town, and struggling to survive, Cassie isn't prepared for the devastating blow that leaves the world she knows nothing but a pile of ashes. Ashes that may give rise to something else inside of her, something not entirely human.

Book 2 of 5 in the completed Kindred Series.
Recommended Reading Order:
Kindred (Book 1)
Ashes (Book 2)
Kindled (Book 3)
Inferno (Book 4)
Phoenix Rising (Book 5)

If you enjoy the Kindred Series, you may also enjoy the spinoff Fire and Ice Series which is now complete.
Recommended Reading Order:
Frost Burn (Book 1)
Arctic Fire (Book 2)
Scorched Ice (Book 3)

The Kindred Series is a young adult fictional story that includes some language, violence, and mild sexual situations. Recommended for ages fifteen and up.

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy
June 7
Erica Stevens
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Klsfm ,

I loved it!

My favorite, so far.

Tamiaxmia ,

It’s an okay read..

Loved the beginning and middle but the last couple chapters were painful to read. It felt like a lot of unnecessary paragraphs put together. I had to just kept flipping through pages and just became more uninterested. Most definitely wasn’t my favorite out of all of the books. But a decent read nonetheless.

ok5now ,

please, for the love of god,

just use an editor. and then three more. so much of this story could have been taken out, as it is way too descriptive or repetitive. the introduction of characters in mass is also extremely confusing, alongside the similarities in names and such. some of the descriptions are just... horrendous. “creamy shoulders?” the usage of “riotous” about three times in the same chapter and never anywhere else in the book... just— so many things can be worked with to make this story better. on top of that, a lot of this is like the Vampire Diaries. Im pretty sure there’s a direct quote from the show in this book. yeah.

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