AISLING, BOOK ONE: GUARDIAN. As he pursues a man who is not what he seems, Constable Dallin Brayden learns the lines between enemy and ally, truth . Editorial Reviews. Review. Guardian and the subsequent novels of thetrilogy are not for the Guardian (Aisling Trilogy Book 1) – Kindle edition by Carole Cummings. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. : Beloved Son (Aisling Trilogy) (): Carole Cummings: Books.
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Wil and Dallin stand at the center of qisling approaching convergence they’re not sure they’re strong enough to face. It’s okay with me if it does — I’ve enjoyed reading both characters — but it’s interesting to see such a distinct character type repeated across two series.
The plot is revealed just as slowly and carefully as the ins and outs of the world in which the story is set.
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Trivia About Dream Aisling Tr However, I fell in love with them. Cumminge the end of the book, very little is as it started, and the changes are perfectly plotted and in character. Junior Reaper John, meanwhile, has been summoned before his supervisor to explain how his first solo assignment went so wrong.
His fate should be one of insanity and indigence, solitude and eventual starvation — so how is it that Fen Jacin-rei survives? Free shorts, sneak peeks at WIPs, and other miscellany can be found on her website.
The cumminge aspects were what I aisliing best — the dream element, the way they met and how Dallin’s heritage unfolded, and the journey they went on, though the constant fighting with each other grew old after a while.
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This is my first book by Carole Cummings For the full review, visit Reviews by Jessewave. Go to the end of the book first and read the pronunciations.
Each word, each sentence that has beenthreaded and woven to form the tapestry was selected with the utmostcare and attention to detail. The characters – so realistic, both of them, and incredibly lovable. Bravo Carole Cummings, for creating a book that reminds me why I was such an avid reader in my teens. Because Dallin did not want Wil to use his magic to temporarily “paralyse” his colleague. It appeared the consequence of demanding to be addressed like an actual person was that you were then expected to provide half of an actual conversation.
He does not know why he ended in ccummings decades ago, or what his real name is.
Damn, but Wil was so completely, hopelessly lonely! And there is the beginnings of a very intriguing plot and romance.
The reader enters this complex world with basically no background with which to understand it. Wil is still working on letting his defenses down.
As he pursues a man who is not what he seems, Constable Dallin Brayden learns the lines between enemy and ally, aisping and deception, and conscience and obedience are not only blurred, but malleable. The fact that I had to piece things together as I read kept me fully engaged. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Cummings is planning on drastically changing their perspectives on everything they thought they new – several times. He tries to understand and handle the situation he finds himself in with his reason, until the tales that seem just the superstitious recount of zealous people take a concrete spinning. And for his cat to stop plotting against him.
By doing that Cummings kept the romance from being pushed to the background. It was a joy to get to know him alongside Dallin and I’m looking forward to reading about his growth. For someone concerned about the complexity of the world-building There are so many things that I enjoy in a fantasy book and this story chmmings them all for me. If you hate cliffhangers, wait to read this until the third comes out.
All’s Well That Ends Well Angry bees and shagging squirrels and soot and more soot and wells gone dry The author takes the time AND the care to make sure each of these has multiple, detailed layers that unfold for the reader in the best way possible.
May 31, Sally rated it really liked it Shelves: How is it possible for someone to write interaction between two characters in which they’re simply crossing a wood, stretch it out for pages, and hold the reader’s carope attention to every little twig-snap or horse nicker?
Dallin thinks Wil should have everything he wants; Wil can’t figure out why. Wil and Dallin know they have to face much more before the end.