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Monday, July 8, 2013

Oath Bound Review

Oath Bound (Unbound #3) By Rachel Vincent

Oath Bound (Unbound, #3)The Tower Syndicate will fall...

The secret daughter of the head of an infamous Skilled crime family, Sera Brandt has hidden her past, her potential and especially her powers. But when a tragedy strikes her other family, Sera needs justice. And the only way to get it is to reveal her heritage–including a rare Skill–and take the reins of the Tower Syndicate from her cunning and malicious aunt.

If he can figure out how...

Kristopher Daniels might have the answer. He's fought the syndicate to protect his sisters, but he'd never realized just how close to the new heir he needed to get....

And if they can survive

Neither is used to trusting. But there's something between them that can't be ignored. And so Sera is on the run with a man she can't figure out, a target on her back and the new knowledge of just how powerful she really is....


Paperback, 432 pages
Published April 30th 2013 by Harlequin MIRA

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The final book of Rachel's Unbound Trilogy, where even the deepest darkest secrets comes out.

I praise Rachel for her amazing writing and creativity, when Blood Bound first came out I was in love with the idea . . . Skilled people and Syndicate leaders. A childhood bond that changes everything for Olivia, Kori, Anne and Noelle as they come to adulthood and face the real world.
The story doesn't end there, Shadow Bound(Unbound #2) after Kori's involvement with Ruben Cavazos breaking into Jake Tower's home, she faces the worst. But will do anything to protect her sister Kenley. Jake Tower's Syndicate will fall . . .  Oath Bound (Unbound #3) Now a young women's hunt for a family murder may put an end to the Tower Syndicate.

Sera suffered an terrible fate that left her scarred and alone, her desired to hire a hit man from Tower Syndicate is another thing. The Tower family owned her, but Tower owns nothing not even to those that are their flesh and blood.
All Kris ever want is to protect the ones he loves, but there is one he wished he could have saved that will always lingers in his heart and may even prevents him from finding love again. From a journal he kept but impossible to decipher what the words means.
When Kenley is kidnapped, Kris breaks into the Tower's mansion but then steals the girl in the yellow scarf . . . Sera.
Sera doesn't trust no one and she shouldn't but when she has secrets of her own, soon Kris and the rest of the group must know who she really is and it comes to a realization that Sera is more than she says she is.

The is deserves above and beyond Purrfest , it is really the best way to end a trilogy where all the answers are answered and of course two people that butt-head but are so drawn to each other while they don't admit it.

This is my second read of this book, because one when I first read it I loved it so much I read it so quickly. But the downside was I read too many books in a short time frame and my brain went mushed. But it true what they say, reading it the second time around is better than the first. I found more details that were missed in the first read and I found it much more enjoyable.

The back story of Sera was just awful, and I'm sure Rachel had the utter most difficultly writing such a story for Sera. But if that back story didn't happen then the book would not be here.

Kris's story is quite conceal from everyone at least that what he thought. Wishing that the girl he loved was still alive and the fates were nicer but fate has a funny way of the future.

If you guys were still wondering about Noelle (the Seer and best friend to Olivia, Anne, and Kori)You find out a little bit more about her and her past because of Kris, the lifestyle Noelle must have lived was for her own good I'm sure, but she didn't expect one thing . . . Getting Killed.

Sera is the key to bringing down the Tower Syndicate but will it be too late to actually end it? Or will someone try to finish off Sera? You'll be shock by the confessions and how the story ends.

Rachel, I am sad that this series is over but I can't wait to see what you write next in your writing career. Keep up the good work and always keep us guessing


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