Kathi Oram Peterson ¶ Bloodline EBOOK

FREE EBOOK ✓ EPUB Bloodline ä Ü GWAIRSOFT ☆ [Download] ➵ Bloodline By Kathi Oram Peterson – France 1371 The old ueen of France lies on her deathbed with a secret she will take to her grave there is one true heir to the throne one who would have the power to ally France and Scotland BuThe airport terminal to get to her car she pauses in the middle of the road Her hesitation gives a Good Samaritan the split second he needs to pull her out of the path of a speeding car saving her life But her misfortunes are just beginning When she arrives home she discovers that Auntie Marjorie has been kidnapped and cryptic instructions have been left behind Skye must retrieve the contents of a safe deposit box and deliver it to the captors No police Her feelings of dread returnWhat Skye disc 35 StarsBLOODLINE is a story full of adventure and suspense as characters raise to find artifacts that hold a long ago secret With a motley crew of characters not knowing who to trust and a uest to save a loved one's life this story was entertaining from start to finish I enjoyed these characters particularly the two main ones The author did a wonderful job of making you distrust basically everyone else I did suspect one of the villains early on but it was still interesting to see how everything played out The romance was on the light side but had some decent chemistry The plot kept thing interesting and moving at a steady pace There also is a nice lead in to a seuel which would be interestingIn the end was it what I wished for? A very entertaining story If you enjoy stories like The Da Vinci Code or National Treasure you will like this story of adventure and danger as these characters travel the globe in search of some hidden artifacts that prove a dangerous secretContent Some violence but cleanSource I received a complimentary copy from the publisher which did not reuire a positive review nor affect it in any way

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Overs in the bank box is baffling a single page The ancient document is certainly valuable and with no time to lose she goes to the rendezvous to discover the next step A cell phone rings beneath a park bench She answers the call and on the screen is a picture of Auntie unconscious Now the kidnapper demands Skye find two pages or her aunt will dieWhat secrets are hidden within the illuminated pages and who believes they are worth killing for? And what role does the Good Samaritan play in all of i There were a few things I things that I rather enjoyed about this story The plot for the most part was pretty good It moved uickly and I did want to see what was going to happen next There were parts that were very predictable and others that were very dry but it caught me enough that I continued readingI love the cover art It is beautiful and very eye catching Cover artist two thumbs up Good jobI did have some problems with this story though so much so that my husband told me that all I did was complain and I should pick up a new book The writing style had much to be desired I felt like it was something I could have done in high school It was extremely telling and very little showing I often felt like I in the story just watching it from a foggy distance I mean we are in Paris and traveling through castles in Scotland There is so much mood that can be developed here Skye and Jack's feelings could have bloomed less depending on where they were at by using the setting as a trigger but it wasn't Just the fact that they were walking through cathedrals and tombs and we got so little descriptions They could have been floating through space for as much description was given with an occasional table or buttress that was flying around Pun intended Ms Peterson missed a lot of opportunities to really develop the storyI also had a really hard time with Skye in general For a good 34 of the story her internal monologue was how she doesn't know if she can trust Jack for falling for his dreamy eyes She couldn't make up her mind like a pubescent teenager So intense and so angry but then she'd turn around and check out his jaw or eyes or something that it gave me a bit of whiplash Jack almost seemed like a MarySue where he was good at pretty much everything or knew everyone and was still the kind compassionate hot hunk of man meat I don't know there didn't seem to be much to him aside from the MarySue skills he could provide The romance that was supposed to be blooming between them didn't strike me at all It seemed like Ms Peterson tried too hard to get them to work but there was no real chemistry Like a Florence Nightingale affect because he saved her over and over again It was rather obnoxiousFor being a historical suspense I was rather upset that there wasn't flashbacks to history which is what the cover kind of told me would happen Instead there was a lot of historical info dump It was bad Important information to the story but it was dry I was very disappointedThe ending was kind of a let down for me too Not by much but I still wanted She wrapped it up very uickly when I feel like a epilogue wold have been helpful because we don't know what would really happen after There was a maybe we could do something but shrugs who really knows? I'd like to have a confirmed this is what happensUgh I don't know I don't think I'd read this again I don't even know if I'd read anything else Ms Peterson is writing It's just really strange to me that she has written books that this isn't her debut novel because that's what this definitely feels like

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BloodlineFrance 1371 The old ueen of France lies on her deathbed with a secret she will take to her grave there is one true heir to the throne one who would have the power to ally France and Scotland But after her death all that will be left are a few shreds of evidence revealing the stunning identity of her successorFlight attendant Skye Armstrong has heard the voice of warning before and as she's returning home from London she recognizes the feeling of dread that accompanies her sixth sense Walking from This book was very interesting It is full of the history of France and Scotland The historical characters it centers on is Robert the Bruce and ueen Jeanne D'Evreux Not only are historical events mentioned but some of the folklore surrounding themSkye Armstong is a flight attendant who finds herself in the middle of a mystery when her aunt is kidnapped and she must find three pages of ancient text to free her aunt It is a daunting task but she has the help of the attractive Scotsman who saved her life than once in one day The setting is from the US to France and then to Scotland It is a whirlwind journey with the bad guys behind them at every turn It is hard to know who she can trust and who has her best interest at heart Kathi Oram Peterson did a great job at hiding the identities of the bad guys I usually figure things out before the end of the book but she caught me by surprise with a few of themI love history This book was a great mix of the past and the present coming together The book contains a little bit of romance The main focus is on the suspense and finding the clues to get the artifacts together The book does contain non graphic violenceSource I received a complimentary copy from Covenant Communications All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own