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Publisher's Summary

Jane welcomes a visit from Molly and her daughter, Angie, who is about to prove she's the most powerful witch in Everhart history. From the Big Easy to the bad bayou, from the open road to a vampire's lair - with Jane Yellowrock, it's always a given: have stakes, will travel.

©2016 Faith Hunter (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Great story!

This novella was a little different than I expected. Angie Baby was always a challenge for me. How was she going to develop, how would Hunter 'grow' her into her magic & still keep her an interesting part of Jane's life, would she & her family just slide out of the storyline? Though young, Angie has already been through a lot & this story is no different. She is put into the difficult position where she has to reason out a very adult decision & it gave me hope that she was able to make the best choice. Putting her in as a major player in the story allowed her to be seen as a possible recurring character. In my imagination, I could see Angie become a future member of YS (she's gonna give the Younger brothers headaches), an amazing kick-butt female to be reckoned with, & a major force in keeping Leo's clan in line. Go Yellowrock! Go Angie Baby!

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Intresting

Very interesting short story that fills the gap of what knocked Jane off her bike, the flashing rainbow lights, and how that plays a part in the next in the series. I wish I listened to this one before Broken Soul. Very good overall and great narration. Happy listening.

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Missing something

I liked this story but didn't love it. it wasn't billed properly in the summary and didn't have the usual Jane Yellowrock twist or reveal. It just felt like there should have been... more.

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Shaking my head

I listened to this short story from start to finish but I'm not sure what it was about. I enjoyed listening to Khistine Hvam narrate and I like the skinwalker books, so maybe I'll give it another listen.

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the book was out of order.

I wish the book had come up in the right listen order in audible. it's hard to remember the timeline in this long of a series.

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Great story

This is a really nice little spotlight on the relationship between Jane and Angie baby. I wish I had listened to it in the proper order. it was a bit confusing to try to remember references to characters and events in this book's timeline that have changed considerably in later books. Still definitely worth the read though.

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Yay a molly story

Loved this short story , about molly andJane in the mine , thought someone died and that’s how they got all of the publicity... was it Paxton ? Missed it

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Nothing New

I've read and enjoyed all of the Jane Yellowrock books up until now. There was nothing new in this chapter and it appeared to me as if there was a quota that needed to be filled and that this is what we got. It's a shame that this story showed none of the imagination I've come to expect from Faiths books. What was written was just information rehashed about Angie Baby's powers and what we've already put together in previous stories about her predestined telegraphed fate. I hope that Faith hasn't run out of ideas because that would be the real shame

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Juvenile problems

What made the experience of listening to Bound No More the most enjoyable?

Novellas about raising of two young supernatural beings can never be safe all the time.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Bound No More?

When Jane had to sit down and explain to Angie Baby that she was not to take off the binding that her parents had put on her and why it is important to wait until she is 18.2

What about Khristine Hvam’s performance did you like?

She got the anguish c in Molly's voice right, when Molly was apologizing.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

When Eli was holding Jane's arm and Jane was hoping Eli trying to keep him from bleeding out. Then Soul brings Eli a renewable scarf that heals his arm. Jane is a little miffed when Soul tells her to fix herself. Made me laugh.

Any additional comments?

Shows how Jane is maturing and with her Cherokee background and her Christian background how she balances the Two ideology.

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Angie Baby is One Scary Child

There were several great notes in this story. We learn more about the world, Alex is growing up and finally getting the recognition I felt he has always deserved, Molly and Angie Baby (two of my favorite characters) are back, we get to see Angie be seriously scary, but also grow up quite a bit in a very short time. Hvam is, as always, wonderful to listen to in this series. A great listen before book 10.

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  • Berkshire BookWench
  • 04-15-19

What happens when she is a hormonal teenager?

Angelina True blood is a scary, wilful little brat who is indulged, petted and spoilt to the point of stupidity. Am seriously going off her character! Apart from that a good short story with links ahead for future Everheart Trueblood progeny

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  • Geoffrey Suter
  • 09-17-20

The Warning of a Child.

This JY novella features Molly and Angie Baby. It soon becomes clear that Angies is more than just precocious for her age. It starts with an urgent phone call to Jane from Angie to stop "HER" from stealing a sabre tooth skull. Angie is insistant verging on panic. The rest of the story is discovering who "HER" is , why she wants the bones and why Angie is so insistant on stopping her, plus some revelations about Molly's daughter!

There is an episode of Babylon 5 where Telepath Lyta Alexander tries to explain to Michael Garibaldi just how poweful she is.

Michael Garibaldi : "I need to know Lyta. Something's happened to your abilities. You're not a P-5 anymore. Hell, you're not even a P-12. You're the strongest telepath that I've ever seen. What did the Vorlons do to you Lyta? Who...? What are you?"

Lyta Alexander : "I've only recently begun to understand it myself. You know the Vorlons used telepaths as weapons during the Shadow War but what no one stopped to consider was that in a war you have a certain number of small weapons, a certain number of medium-size weapons and one or two big ones. The kind of weapons you drop when you're out of small weapons and the medium weapons and you've got nothing left to use."

Michael Garibaldi : "Someone like that would be the telepathic equivalent of a thermonuclear device - a doomsday weapon."

Lyta Alexander : [Lytas eyes begin to glow as she turns toward Garibaldi] "Pleased to meet you, Mr. Garibaldi."

Basically Angie Baby is the witch equivelent of Lyta.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-23-16

First Class as one expects from Faith Hunter

I love the Jane Yellowrock series. Faith Hunter is an excellent writer and I am addicted, I have read all of the Jane Yellowrock books that have been published.
Faith Hunter has built a wide ranging world inhabited by strong well developed characters. This particular story deals with Angie-baby learning a moral lesson and was well worth the read.

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  • Brendon
  • 05-05-16

successful

loved the bond between the youngers, everhearts and jane. loving Angie baby and her journey to maturity :-)