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Includes all three books in the Edinburgh Seer trilogy.

She thought hiding her sixth sense would solve everything. She was very, very wrong. In a land divided by corruption and rebellion, Aini successfully manages her father’s altered candy lab alongside an apprentice, the mysterious, sexy Thane. 

But life goes from sweet to sour when the most nefarious clan in Scotland abducts her father. And the only way to rescue him is to risk using her sixth sense and stop fighting Fate. 

Leap into USA Today best-selling author Alisha Klapheke’s unique, action-packed adventure, an urban fantasy series that fans of Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices and Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander will love!

©2017 Alisha Klapheke (P)2018 Alisha Klapheke

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Fantastic and original writing!

What a fantastic story. I rarely read non-fiction but I am so glad I made an exception in this case. This story will hook you and reel you in wanting more and more.

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Great Trilogy!!

This was a fun adventure and great trilogy! I liked how the story had a historical feel to it. Likeable characters, magic and mystery! The audio version was very enjoyable to listen to

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So good

I really enjoyed this trilogy very interesting story fun and entertaining can't wait to read more from this author

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Wonderful Story

At first, I was disappointed at the lack of supernatural in this. Truly her being a Seer is important to the plot but not in the way I expected But reading through Books 2 & 3, I understand the world and how perfect; ly intune her abilities were.
This is a story of rebellion with a touch of special powers. Once you understand that, it's a strong story and the Seer will play a pivotal role and that pushes the reader forward to the next in the series. Each entry contains a story within itself but creates a wonderful overall arc. I enjoyed the action but was also touched by the quiet moments as well.
I have to say I loved the candy. It was an unusual touch that was fun and gave the story an edge.
The narration was much better than the others I have heard recently. The narrator is engaging but is best when narrating the dialogue of those with the Scottish brogue.
Overall, this was enjoyable especially when I truly understood the story.
I received a free copy for review: all opinions are my own.

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I wanted to like the series but I'm on the fence; it was ok but just didn't hold my interest like I was hoping as other stories from this author has.

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This series takes place in a Scotland that is controlled by the unjust King. This modern day story brings in a lot of the historical aspects of Scotland. Our main character Aini was trying to lay low and hid her gifts while working in her father’s magic candy shop. But Aini’s gifts uncover secrets that many either want to stay buried or want to exploit. Will Aini’s gifts cost her her life? Or the friends she loves? Or will her gifts help her free Scotland? This was a fun journey with these characters.

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Excellent trilogy!

4.5 stars! This was an excellent trilogy, building tension and story throughout the three books to an exciting and pulse pounding crescendo. A brilliant mixture of an 18th century style Scottish rebellion with an alternate modern day world, complete with cars, phones, technology......and magically altered candy!!

The main characters, Aini and Thane remain solid and stalwart, battling through deception and heartache, pain and joy, but never seeming to lose their strength or their connection to each other. All the while, the other members of this rebel party are equally intriguing, and add a wonderful level of personality to the story. Cheeky Miles, sweet and loyal Neve, strong and sassy (a little bit scary) Vera, and further along, loyal and true Braughn. They each added their only specia touches to the story as well as helping to shape the main characters as they grow into their destinies. The “bad guys” of the story, Earl Nether, Jack, even King John, while infusing plenty of fear and tension, weren’t as fleshed out, but still managed to be effective as a driving force to the rebellion, so the impact wasn’t significant. Their driving force really seemed to stem from money and power, and there was little to expand on or clarify this.

The pacing moves along at a good clip, and the tension builds in each book to a crescendo, as it also does throughout the trilogy, sucking you in and keeping you invested in moving forward and seeing how this could all play out. Overall, it is very effective storytelling.

The narration is quite good, as well. She doesn’t try too hard to create the different characters voices, but they are still recognizable from each other pretty well, and the accent differences are done well. The tone and pace are done well, and work very congruent with the story.

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  • SarahReadsALot
  • 12-01-20

Love it!!!

I’ve read and listened to this series and I actually LOVED this audible narration more than reading it (rare for me). The narrator really brings it to life and I can’t get enough! I highly recommend it

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  • Roger P.
  • 10-31-20

Good trilogy

I find there are a lot clan books out there but I really liked the take on this one. I was hooked in book 1 when they were making candy that could be turned into weapons. I mean why not? I recommend the listen.

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  • lorraine mcnally
  • 03-04-19

If only it were true

Great trilogy only criticism is narrator. Think it best if it was someone Scottish reading it