Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Book Review (173): Chaos Unleashed (Pedalstem Lillies #1) - AmBear Shellea

Chaos Unleashed (Pedalstem Lillies #1)

Publication: 15th August 2012
Publisher: Extasy Books
Pages: 146
Genre: Paranormal
Age Appropriate: Adult
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This isn’t your mother’s sweet love story and it’s not your sister’s fairytale. Chaos Unleashed is dark, dangerous, and highly addictive. You will share in every experience the hero and heroine have, as their quest for the truth leads them to the hateful dark void that threatens to consume their souls. 

Pedalstem is shrouded in darkness, leaving Castle Deverox in a vortex of confusion. Blaze awakens to find men she doesn’t know looming over, intent on capture, a handsome prisoner sharing her fate, and the gut tightening knowledge that her memories have been stolen.
My Thoughts...
This book was such an exciting and action-packed thrill ride, it never let up from the get-go.
Blaze awakens with no memory of who she is, all she knows is her name, and finds herself being tied up by three men and thrown into the back of a wagon with a man named Demarko  who is also tied up with no memory either, there's something vaguely familiar about him, but with no memory she doesn't know what.
She comes to discover that she is Queen of a place called Pedalstem and her husband King Slaine whom she has no memories of and feels no attraction to, but Demarko is another matter, but Slaine who has a temper is a jealous man and he can see the genuine attraction between the two and he will do whatever it takes to keep them apart.
With both Blaze and Demarko having dreams about a couple named, Red and Woody who used to be King and Queen of Pedalstem and their life together, they discover that nobody knows what happened to them, so why are they dreaming about them?
And with the help of the servants Arabella and Shaunt who seem to know a lot more than they let on, will both Blaze and Demarko ever regain their memories?
This was such a surprisingly great book and I highly look forward to the next book after the way this book left us hanging. highly recommended, definitely check it out.
I give this 4/5.

Author Bio:
Although I have always enjoyed writing, the dream to become a writer came when I read A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, in the sixth grade. My early works, not published, were in the form of children’s stories I would read to my two daughters. I divide my days between the real world and the ones I’ve created. My life and my characters keep me very busy in my Mid-Western scene, where I live with my husband, and my children (both human and furry.
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