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Awakening the Trinity by Brittany Elise

My Review:

I need the sequel!! This is a fantastic paranormal that I found totally enthralling and have no hesitation in highly recommending. It has great characters, magic, surprises and so much more in a story that kept me turning the pages. I’m so glad it is part of a series and really look forward to reading what happens in future books.

Quinn Callaghan is seventeen years old and has lived in the small town of Silver Mountain all of her life. She knows that she’s a witch because her Mum told her that before she tragically died, however she knows little about her powers or witchcraft in general. Whilst getting a coffee in a local shop she senses another supernatural nearby but can’t identify just what kind of supernatural, though she doesn’t feel threatened by him. That person turns out to be Wren Whelan as she discovers when he starts at her school and is in some classes with her. I don’t want to give any more away but get ready for mystery, suspense, murder and romance in this fascinating story!

I really appreciated the writing style of this author. I hadn’t read anything by her before but found that she makes it easy to connect with her characters and the scenarios, making it all seem so believable. It is a well paced, action packed story that I hope lots of others will read and enjoy. I’ll definitely look out for more by her in future!

I requested and was gifted a copy of this book without obligation. This review is my honest opinion after choosing to read and thoroughly enjoying it.

Synopsis:

In the seventeenth-century, an all-powerful witch called Rionach the Dark ruled the Celtic nations with an army of enslaved werewolves. In order to restore balance between Light and Dark, the Trinity of Light was summoned to vanquish the Dark Witch and end the Battle of the Dark Ages.

Seventeen-year-old Quinn Callaghan lives in the small, rustic town of Silver Mountain. Its location may be rural, but it is home to an ancient pine forest that surrounds a supernatural hotspot–a nexus of raw and powerful energy.

When a charismatic witch from Ireland, and a mysterious guy with a secret of his own are drawn to the area, Quinn finds out that she inherited her rare abilities from a revered ancestor. Could it be that she shares a bloodline with the Original Trinity? Nearly 300 years later, the Darkness is returning to Silver Mountain, and the Trinity must stop it.

Purchase Links

US – https://www.amazon.com/Awakening-Trinity-Brittany-Elise-ebook/dp/B07HB3QMLH

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Awakening-Trinity-Brittany-Elise-ebook/dp/B07HB3QMLH

 

Author Bio 

My love for writing began at a very young age–way before I could even type on a keyboard. I was always writing short stories and poems with a fan club of one (my mom.) I never stopped writing, but I don’t think I believed in myself enough to actually pursue it as a career. When I enrolled in college, I took as many creative writing classes as they offered, and ended up graduating with a degree in photography and minoring in English. I enjoy art in all its forms, but writing has always been my first love. Even when I was pursuing other careers, writing was always my go-to comfort. I later became an animal obedience instructor and met a children’s author through my dog training. She helped me get my foot through the door, so to speak, and I haven’t turned back since. During the day, I manage an FBO at my local hometown airport, and by night, I dive into my writing with my husband and my four-legged children by my side.

 

Social Media Links – You can find me on Facebook (BrittanyEliseAuthor) my Instagram handle is Carbon_Stardust and I also have a website: BrittanyEliseAuthor.com

https://twitter.com/BrittanyElise23

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One comment on “Awakening the Trinity by Brittany Elise

  1. Myndi @ madbooklove
    January 20, 2019

    I’m a big fan of paranormal stuff, and I feel like there aren’t a lot of bloggers that I follow that are, so it’s always refreshing to see an excellent review for a book in this genre!

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