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Shadow Wars: Homebound

By: Ursula Sinclair
Narrated by: Todd Van Linda
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Did you ever feel as though you don't belong?

Veil had been a step out of place all his life. Until one day he found a phone that took him on a path far beyond the world he knew. But to get all the answers he had to save the princess he fell in love with - only to lose her once he made her a queen.

Nikki never felt she quite belonged. Until she met a man who saved her life and placed her on a throne she never knew was hers. But in order to be queen and save a world at war, she had to give up Veil.

Would you walk away from the love of a lifetime if you could prevent the destruction of a planet?

Violence. Adult Situations. Recommended for 18-plus

©2014 LaVerne Thompson (P)2015 LaVerne Thompson
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  • Categories: Romance

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creatively written science fiction + Romance

Ursula Sinclair’s Shadow Wars: Homebound is a creative and interesting story about two people meeting via technology and by all reasoning, accidentally. Veil, a young adopted male living in the U.S. finds a unique cell phone. Face-time capabilities he discovers a beautifully stunning woman answering the phone. Nikki has been kidnapped, her phone only dials the one phone which he holds in his hands and a bald fierce looking man is holding her prisoner in England.

The fierce bald looking man and some others radiating blue laser blasts are now tracking him down. They take on an entire police force and kill an F.B.I. agent before Veil decides to hop a plane and rescue his princess. To save her, he must not only find and free her but he has to get her away from the “out of this world” men in dark trench coats.

Now, Veil and his princess Nikki discover they are linked in more ways than just the cell phone. She is his princess and he is her lead. Together they must reclaim and rule a distant world and fight off an army of Shadow Warriors. The ending was a twist I was not expecting!

Shadow Wars is a creatively written science fiction book with some romance. The character development was well done; she made all the characters come to life for me. The story line flowed easily and was consistent. Nikki and Veil came across as very strong characters that are visibly growing.

Todd Van Linda did a good job of narrating for the most part. I did not enjoy his rendition of the sex scenes. He was a bit enthusiastic and noisy. I found myself laughing. Otherwise I thought he did a good job.

The production of this book was a bit confusing at times. Words were repeated and at times spoken too quickly as if it were on fast forward. I do not believe this was Todd Van Linda’s performance but rather technical.

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