Meat by Dane Cobain : A Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.


Veterinarian Tom Copeland takes a job at a factory farm called Sunnyvale after a scandal at his suburban practice. His job is to keep the animals alive for long enough to get them to slaughter.

But there are rumours of a strange creature living beneath the complex, accidents waiting to happen on brutal production lines and the threat of zoonotic disease from the pigs, sheep, cows, chickens and fish that the complex houses.

Suddenly, disaster rocks Sunnyvale and cleaners, butchers, security guards and clerical staff alike must come together under the ruthless leadership of CEO John MacDonald. Together, they’ll learn what happens when there’s a sudden change to the food chain.

My thoughts: First of all, can we just appreciate the name of the Author for just a moment. Dane Cobain. Dane. Cobain. What an incredible name, eh?! Anyway, now we’ve agreed that Dane Cobain has got the coolest name ever, let’s get down to business.

Let me tell you about this book I read. A book that I could not put down. A book that has frightened me to my very core, made me never want to eat meat again (not like I was a big meat eater anyway), and made me very wary of farm animals and large groups of birds (yes, I was already scared of chickens… even more so now).

I’m going to start with the cover. Something I don’t often talk about in my reviews unless they really captivate me or dissuade me from reading the book. It’s good news – I love the cover. I think it is really captivating. The title is perfect for this book too. One thing I did dislike about this cover, and which could potentially put people off buying it, is the sheep on the back of the cover. It looks like it is in a lot of pain and has lots of wounds all over it. I understand why it is there but it is slightly distressing.

Jumping into the book now and you are introduced to Tom Copeland, the new Veterinarian at a farm factory called Sunnyvale, which, as I’m a Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan, I kept on reading as Sunnydale. Sunnyvale is horrid and the author does a good job of letting you know this. It houses far too many animals in unsanitary, cruel conditions which, eventually leads to a disease outbreak. Cobain explained this in so much detail with it all being part of the story so it didn’t come across as a lecture or anything like that. I love that Cobain has done his research into disease outbreaks and factory farms making this story very believable and something that could actually happen.

Throughout the story you are introduced to quite a lot of characters but Cobain has managed to describe each person so well and give them all their own personality that there is no difficulty in remembering who is who. My favourite secondary character was Jill Macdonald. I felt so sorry for her at times but I loved her character development throughout.

As the story progresses, the disease spreads and causes the animals to escape at the same time as the army place the factory under quarantine. This means that the workers, specifically those that survived the initial stampede of diseased, man-eating animals to survive together in the admin building of the factory farm. Lots of things happen during this time, things I don’t want to ruin for you as you NEED to read this book but let me tell you, all you will want to do is read, read, read.

Now, those of you that know me know that my number one phobia is zombies and my nightmares were answered towards the end of this book when human zombies were introduced. Did I stay up all night absolutely petrified? Did I forget to breath while I read this book due to being overwhelmed by fear? Did I drop the book more than once because I was absolutely terrified? Yes, yes and you guessed it, yes again! But that’s what a talented author does. A talented author brings out your emotions and they make you think about the book after you’ve finished it. There work should stay with you, and I’m telling you now, ‘Meat’ will stay with me for a long time. I’m surrounded by cows and sheep where I live, I’m already looking at moving!

I really enjoyed Dane’s writing style though it’s not something I know how to explain. He just has a talent of making the story flow and seem realistic, and his metaphors are unique and *chefs kiss*. I did notice an error in the book but it didn’t stop me from enjoying it overall as it didn’t effect the story.

I would definitely recommend you all read this book. I mean seriously, it’s just incredible. I however will NOT be reading it ever again as it is most definitely etched into my sub-cranium as one of the scariest books I have and will EVER read.

Woah, that was a long ass review but I just wanted to get everything in!

‘Meat’ is available on Kindle Unlimited or to buy on Kindle for £2.49 here. It is also available on Paperback for £12.50 here.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving : A Book Review

Rating: 1 out of 5.

Blurb: Ichabod Crane, a schoolteacher, came to Tarry Town in the glen of Sleepy Hollow to ply his trade in educating young minds. He was a gullible and excitable fellow, often so terrified by locals’ stories of ghosts that he would hurry through the woods on his way home, singing to keep from hysterics. Until late one night, he finds that maybe they’re not just stories. What is that dark, menacing figure riding behind him on a horse? And what does it have in its hands? And why wasn’t schoolteacher Crane ever seen in Sleepy Hollow again?

My thoughts : What the bloody hell was that all about?

Well, disappointed is an understatement. I think my 1st wrong move was watching the incredible movie starring Johnny Depp before reading this tripe.

This book is obviously the original but it’s terrible. If you take out the description about absolutely every single thing our lad Ichabod Crane sees, then you’d be left with about five pages. Those five pages would tell you the story, the most boring story ever.

Also, Ichabod got exactly what was coming to him. All he cares about is riches and wealth. He’s such a slime ball pushing his way into people’s lives but only those that are of any use to him. Yuk!

That’s all I have to say about that.

Reread: A Cut Twice As Deep by Wendy L Anderson

Rating: 5 out of 5.

You know when you’re just in one of those moods… you want to watch a movie you’ve seen a million times… Well, it’s the same for books. I decided to reread ‘A Cut Twice as Deep’ by Wendy L Anderson. I must say, my previous 5 star review still stands. It was just as great reading it the second time. Here’s my original review:

Blurb: The bond between sisters is one forged in blood and fire. Twin sisters, Liana and Deirdre were inseparable like the two halves of a double-bladed axe, making the pain of having to leave each other a cut twice as deep. Their father, Gorsedd Gunnarson, King of the great country of Svartur Rokk, did not care about twin bonds or his daughter’s preferences and severed the pair with a single blow. Both Liana and Deirdre have been sold to the highest bidders for ships, weapons, and alliances. For Gorsedd Gunnarson these are very profitable and advantageous marriage arrangements, but the twin sisters would be torn from each other lives and sent to lands far apart forever!
Liana is forced to leave her childhood sweetheart and marry a stranger. Sweet, timid Deirdre would be wed to a Viking warlord. One would leave her home on a ship and the other on a horse. Both would travel great distances to new lands. Given no choice but to embrace the lives planned for them, they find that the future holds more than they could ever have suspected. In a land where blood and ice reign, danger and betrayal war with love and hope, as they fight to find happiness in a ruthless world ruled by the sword and axe.

My thoughts: I believe this is the first ‘Viking Romance’ I have ever read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you are not in to romance stories, I wouldn’t let the word ‘romance’ put you off, as it isn’t your usual type of ‘soppy’ and ‘cheesy’ romance, it’s more of a romance story you’d find in Game of Thrones or Vikings whilst still being all ‘Grrrr’ and ‘manly!’

A Cut Twice as Deep follows two beautiful twins, Diedre and Liana who are sold by their father to two men who rule their own kingdoms for Weapons and Ships. Liana, who is strong headed and speaks her mind is to be wed to Tiernan Lachlan of Lochlannach, and Diedre, who is quiet and sweet is to be wed to Kearn Mac An-Bharain of Noreg . This means that the twins, who love each other dearly and share a strong sisterly bond, are separated from each other.

Both of the twins are heartbroken and fear their futures. All they have to think about is what lies ahead for them whilst they travel to their to-be husbands. Liana travels by horse, Diedre by boat far away from the comfort of their twin. They are unsure if they will love their new husbands, or if they will end up being apart from each other in misery.

The story follows the twins separately for a while and is cleverly written so you follow Liana’s story with Tiernan all whilst wondering what is happening to Diedre. Then, just at the right time you then get to Diedre’s story. Further in to the book, when Liana and Diedre are captured (which was again, cleverly written and I don’t want to spoil to much of this for you future readers of this brilliance), the chapters take in turns following one set of characters at a time – this gives for good reading as it captivates the reader into continuing on. You want to find out what happens to said characters next and can’t help but continuing to use that untrue phrase: ‘just one more chapter’.

An enjoyable story with just the right amount of love-making scenes without it being a ‘not ANOTHER sex scene’ kind of book. These scenes are also part of the story in the sense that it helps tie in with the plot well and you see the love grow between the characters.

At certain times, I felt my heart racing as I knew something bad was going to happen and I wanted to scream at the characters to help them. I think this shows that Anderson has easily managed to develop a fantastic story line that engulfs the reader in to the story… so much so that when I gave myself 15 minutes to read, I ended up looking at the clock nearly 2 hours later!

In conclusion, you need to read this book.

Built to Sin by Natalie Haigh : A Book Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.


When Olivia attended her parent’s anniversary party she had no idea how much her life would change.

After an unexpected meeting with a gorgeous, yet dangerous stranger, her usually quiet, dull life is flipped upside down as she suddenly finds herself pulled into a world she never thought possible.

It’s a race against time to save herself and those she loves.

The question is, will she be strong enough for the fight ahead?

And can an ordinary girl handle the extraordinary life she has now become a part of, or will it spell the end for her?

My thoughts: Built to Sin is the debut paranormal romance by Natalie Haigh. If you like possessive alpha-males who are SUPER hot and amazing in bed then this book is definitely for you.

Personally, I’m not a fan of overly possessive alpha-males, possibly because I’ve been in a controlling relationship before, so I did find it difficult to get into this book at first. However, I persevered and it got easier for me to read and enjoy.

The overline storyline was great and had a lot going on to keep the reader entertained. It’s obvious that the author has done a lot of research into certain aspects such as Greek gods etc which shows the authors passion and care for her work.

There are a lot of sex scenes in the book and though I do enjoy them there was one or two were I thought ‘this isn’t the time for sex’, and that’s coming from me who’s pretty much like a cat on heat! They go into great detail though and I could feel myself blushing while I read this in the canteen at work. I had to make sure my manager wasn’t reading it over my shoulder!

Luke, the sexy, possessive demon is a character I wanted to love but really struggled to. I think in my opinion, he’s just to possessive, bordering on stalker. He’s also super arrogant and bossy but again, a lot of chicks dig that so hats off to the author for being able to create a guy like this and continue it through the book.

The villains in this book are created well as I hated them rather quickly. I also think they were described fantastically by the author, allowing my mind to create them fully.

The book needs a good edit but I never think a book should be judged by this as it’s the story that the author has produced that is the most important thing when reading.

Overall, it’s a good debut novel and I will continue to read the series.

Have you guys read this one?

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas : A Book Review

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.


Feyre is a huntress. And when she sees a deer in the forest being pursued by a wolf, she kills the predator and takes its prey to feed herself and her family.

But the wolf was not what it seemed, and Feyre cannot predict the high price she will have to pay for its death…

Dragged away from her family for the murder of a faerie, Feyre discovers that her captor, his face obscured by a jewelled mask, is hiding even more than his piercing green eyes suggest.

As Feyre’s feelings for Tamlin turn from hostility to passion, she learns that the faerie lands are a far more dangerous place than she realized. And Feyre must fight to break an ancient curse, or she will lose him forever.

My thoughts: I read this book because a friend of mine said I just needed to read it and so I vowed that as soon as I got my new Kindle, I would give it a read. I’ve had this book on Kindle for a good few years now and I’ve been meaning to get round to reading it. I even have the complete collection of the same authors Throne of Glass series on my bookshelf and again, I’ve just not got round to reading it.
I’ve also seen this book blow up on TikTok. Well, I’ve not seen it myself as I don’t have TikTok but I heard in the grapevine that this book was going viral and to be honest, this makes me NOT want to read books that go viral because they NEVER exceed expectations.

Unfortunately, this book was no different. A Court of Thorns and Roses aka ACOTAR is an enjoyable book but I’m struggling to see WHY it blew up on TikTok. In my opinion, and actually the opinion of my friend who recommended the book to me, ACOTAR is just a retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Though it’s certainly not child friendly!

When reading ACOTAR, I got a YA vibe throughout most of the book until suddenly, and without warning it got SPICY… though the spice was written gracefully. I enjoyed the book more from this point, not because I’m thirsty but because something actually happened in the story as I felt this was a real slow burn.

I enjoyed the characters and their development throughout. Feyre is very real which I really liked. She’s not perfect, she makes mistakes and I loved her internal monologue about how she comes to these decisions, even if they aren’t the decision you would personally chose.
Tamlin is the male protagonist and I really liked his charm and his awkwardness around Feyre. Their interactions reminded me a lot of Beauty and the Beast once again. I could see him very well in my mind form his description and yes, the author did well in portraying somebody so strikingly beautiful and ethereal.
Lucien, Tamlin’s best friend and emissary (I just looked up how to spell that word and have now seen a HUGE SPOILER *cries into pillow*) is my kind of guy. He’s got a huge scar on his face and a metal eye which wouldn’t appeal to many people but my goodness, Maas makes this guy sound like somebody who you want to jump on. I like his sarcastic sense of humour with a slight bit of arrogance but not overwhelmingly so. One thing I’ve got to say though is if I read another book where one of the main dudes is called Luke, Lucien, Lucius or any other similar forms I think I’m going to SCREAM!

Maas has also managed to create villains that not only make you hate them but also make your skin crawl. There were moments when I forgot to breathe and my heart was POUNDING as I read it, but again… this was so long into the book as nothing seemed to happen for a while.

So after all this praise, why am I only giving this book 3.5 / 5 stars? To be honest, I think it’s because I expected more. It was great, don’t get me wrong but it went insanely VIRAL but I can’t see why this book went viral while others I have read before this which have literally BLOWN MY MIND have not gone viral. I also really had to push myself to get through it. It was JUST good enough to keep me turning the page and at around 40 – 50% of the way through, that’s when I couldn’t put it down!

I’m definitely going to be reading the next ones!

Have you read this book? What did you think?

Thanks for reading Lizards!

Dark Past by Laura Hunsaker : A Book Review

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Blurb: The small town was supposed to be safe…

Kate Landry is tired of running. Thinking she’s safe, she settles in the small logging town of Chester, California to manage a cafe. She may be keeping a low profile, but she’s hoping to return to a normal life.
When FBI agent Kyle Donovan visits to Chester to stay with a friend, and to recover from his latest case, he never expects to meet sexy barista Kate.

But someone is following Kate…

Kyle worries he brought trouble to her door, while Kate worries her dark past is coming after her.
With danger lurking around every corner, her safe haven isn’t as safe as she’d thought. Kate will finally have to trust someone enough to tell him her secrets. Secrets that may just get them killed… 

My thoughts: This story follows Kate, a red-head with freckles who works in a cafe, and Kyle a green-eyed, muscular Navy SEAL.
Kate has been running from an abusive ex but he has finally caught up with her, leaving problems for the police along the way.
Kyle also has an issue with his past but apart from being mentioned a couple of times, this isn’t covered at all. The epilogue makes it clear that the reader needs to read book two for that story.

Kate asks Kyle out to a party and their relationship develops from there. When it is made clear that her abusive ex is stalking her once more, Kyle takes on the protective role along with a couple of his Navy SEAL friends.
Another thing which isn’t answered in this book is why his friends, Luke and Jay are no longer friends with each other. I think this is something that should be covered in book one as these characters were rather bland and I think this information would have helped.

I noticed a lot of inconsistency issues in this book. Examples include Kyle, Lake and Jay being Navy SEALS one minute, then FBI the next. Also, Kate’s real name is Kathleen at one point but at another point it is Katherine.
There were also issues with paragraphs rarely being used which made it difficult to read sometimes, especially when going from what Kyle was thinking to what Kate was thinking.
Some sentences didn’t make sense or were missing words / had too many words in.

I think this story could be fantastic but it needs a good edit and character development would help significantly.

Thanks for reading Lizards ❤

My Escort by Kia Carrington-Russell : A Book Review

Rating: 4 out of 5.


We all have our secrets. Mine is that I hired a male escort to end my boss’s taunts regarding my love life. Problem is, I actually like him.

Clover is determined to become the next big travel columnist. The only problem is her merciless boss, Debra Coorman, who refuses to let her step up the corporate ladder. When an opportunity presents itself, Clover will do anything to make the most of it- including dialing the number on a simple black business card, she swore she’d never need.

Hiring male escort, Damon, to play the role of “doting boyfriend” was meant to be easy. A simple transaction that would begin and end in one evening—until an unsigned check has him on her doorstep the very same night.

What started as a business deal is flipped on its head as Clover finds there’s more to Damon than meets the eye. Hearts are involved, and emotions are running deep. Clover needs to determine if feelings are real or if Damon is playing a part beyond the date she paid for.

My thoughts: My Escort is a Contemporary Romance set in Manhattan. Like many books in this genre, the female lead, Clover, works in an office environment and is unhappy with her job. Her boss is a bit of a bully – Actually, scratch that… her boss is a full on bitch and I really don’t know how Clover kept her cool with her as I would have thrown her through a glass window from the top floor of a skyscraper if she had talked to me the way she talked to Clover – so after a dig from her boss about never bringing a date to the work functions, Clover has no choice but to contact Damon, an Escort.

Damon is… perfection. Just mmmmm. I absoluely loved his character and really understand Clover’s attraction to him. I also liked how his character developed and learning more about his life and history.

Getting back to Clover, though I like her, I feel like she needed to grow a pair at times. I also didn’t enjoy her inner monologue at times but I think some of this comes directly from the authors views e.g. ‘I had a more womanly, hourglass shape while she had an athletic one’. So… what are you saying? Curves are feminine but being athletic isn’t? I think all female body shapes are feminine. That really grated on me to be honest. Another example – ‘I wished she’d eat more. Her idea of what was attractive to the male mind was a lot different to what consititued a healthy body.’ Ok well, she might eat for America and just be naturally slim, she might not be staying slim for men but because SHE wants to.

Anyway, moving on from this. I devoured this book and really enjoyed it. I must admit, I absolutely adore slow-burns and this is definitely one of them. I would recommend this book and I first rated this book 3.5 stars but I’ve decided to move this up to 4 stars because I did really enjoy it.

Geeliz Reads ❤

The Finisher by David Baldacci : A Book Review

Rating: 1 out of 5.


Welcome to Wormwood: a place where curiosity is discouraged and no one has ever left.

Until one girl, Vega Jane, discovers a map that suggests a mysterious world beyond the walls. A world with possibilities and creatures beyond her imagining.

But she will be forced to fight for her freedom. And unravelling the truth may cost Vega her life.

My thoughts: As a Sunday times number one bestseller and a very popular YA fiction on Goodreads, I was very excited to begin reading The Finisher. Unfortunately, I’ve not been able to finish this book, and it’s not through lack of trying. I started The Finisher at the beginning of the year and it’s now the 15th March but yet I’m only 41% of the way through.

I can’t really put my finger on the problem. It’s not like it’s a bad storyline and when I was reading it I enjoyed it but as soon as I put it down I forgot about it and didn’t feel that need to pick it back up. It also seemed more like a children’s book than a young adult book.

I know this is a short review but nothing much to say to be honest. It’s a shame I didn’t finish it but I just don’t want to waste anymore time on it.

Gee Liz Reads ❤

Killian The Assassin by Wendy L Anderson : A Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.


Blurb: Assassin, thief, arrogant rogue…

Pagan drumming in Killian’s veins would never let his sword fail or his heart stop thirsting for blood. It felt as if the old gods gathered around him, waiting for blood to spill.

Killian the Assassin has been hired to guard the daughter of a wealthy Lord. Blackmailed into going on a perilous journey over treacherous seas, and among violent mountains, he faces danger and demons. Fighting the bloodlust that always follows him, Killian discovers a lonely, innocent girl who did not betray, but has been betrayed. She deserves love and protection, but is he the one to give her what she needs? 

Tainted by the need for salvation, driven by sword lust, darkness follows them both as together they become the first in the Legends of Everclearing.

Killian the Assassin! He’ll double-cross you, bed your wife, and steal your gold, all with a smile.

Follow Killian the Assassin on his journey in this new fantasy series, the Legends of Everclearing!

This new series does not just a revisit the best of the Kingdom of Jior fantasy series but is addicting, with new characters, and heart stopping adventures!

My thoughts: FIrst of all, I just want to apologise for the late review. I know in my last post I said you would have it that same week but as you all know, life gets in the way. Now, let’s get back to the review…

HOLY SHIIIIIIIIIT! What an amazing book! I just can’t even begin to tell you how incredible it was to read this MASTERPIECE! All of Wendy Anderson’s books are works of art, I’m telling you now but let’s just focus on the gem that is ‘Killian the Assassin’.

Killian is, as the blurb dictates, an assassin, a thief, and a rogue. He’s arrogant too! I can see all you readers shaking your head and thinking, well if he’s so arrogant then he’s not for me. I know what you mean, arrogance can be a write turn off but the way Killian carries this arrogance is just something to behold. It’s sexy, it’s a turn on… it makes you bite your lip and want to devour the next man you see (thankfully, that was my fiance and not my creepy next door neighbour).

Lady Pearl is Killian’s love interest in this outstanding novel and she was a character I loved straight away. Such a beautiful, gentle soul who’s situation is rather tragic. She is quite a naive character in the beginning but her personal growth as the story progresses is *chef’s kiss*.

For me personally, side character’s are just as important as the main characters. Side character’s are so important to the story but if they’ve not been developed enough by the author, then their appearance in the stoty can fall flat and can harm the novel as a whole. Of course, Wendy Anderson smashed it once again by creating a villainous love interest that makes you feel fearful in his written presence, a Lord who is such a complete and utter t**t that I am still gritting my teeth at how much of a bellend he is, and, a character so handsome, so… *grabs hold of laptop screen and shakes it*… perfect in everyway that he makes me want to jump into the book and pull him back through to my bedroom. Never fear, this character WILL be getting his own book which I thank the gods for because I need more!!

The world that has been created here is just astounding. I could see it infront of me like I was travelling with Killian and company. Not only the scenery but the characters too, I honestly could see it all like I was watching a Netflix series.

One thing I absolutely loved about this story is that it wasn’t just, ‘oh, here’s the one plot which we are going to follow and that’s it’. No, there were several different plot lines all weaved intricately into each other. I just absolutely loved it.

I’d always recommend that you read the Kingdoms of Jior series before this book, ONLY because it is so INCREDIBLE and will introduce you to the world of Jior. However, the beauty about Killian the Assassin, and something I find to be an amazing talent, is that although it is set in the same ‘world’ as the Kingdom of Jior books, the author has managed to give you all the information you need throughout the story so you could read this book with no previous knowledge of the world or the Ny-Failen and completely understand it.

Killian the Assassin should be released on the 31st March 2022. I will post a link as soon as it becomes available. You all really need to read this incredible book.

Geeliz Reads ❤

Book Drop: Killian the Assassin by Wendy L. Anderson

I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I was (and still am) to find out that Wendy L. Anderson is bringing out a new book!

Wendy originally contacted me through this website to ask if I would read and review her standalone Viking Romance, A Cut Twice as Deep. I was happy to oblidge of course, seeing as this is a reviewing website. As you may remember if you follow my blog, is that I rated A Cut Twice as Deep a solid 5 / 5. Then I was asked if I wouldn’t mind reviewing another book of hers, Ulrik. Again a solid 5 / 5 and, this quote from my review still rings VERY TRUE:

“Hands down, one of the best books I have EVER read.

GeeLiz Reads (2021)

Next up, Wendy asked me to read Of Demon Kind, the first book of the Kingdoms of Jior Series. I just could NOT say no as I had already been blown away by her previous work. Again, I was not disappointed and I knew I needed to complete the series. My world became Jior as I sat with my eye’s fixed to the screen, envisioning the incredible story that played out infront of me, forgetting that I was reading words. Redemption of the Fallen – Phenomenal, Heirs of Jior – Breathtaking, Iron and the Arrow – Astonishing, The Last Ny-Failen – Beyond Epic!

I shit you not guys, these books just continued to get better and better and when I finished the last book I felt empty! Actually, empty is the wrong word. I felt… like an addict. Like all I could think about was these books and I knew that the struggle to find any book as amazing as any one of Wendy Anderson’s books was going to be near on impossible.

Luckily, Wendy brought out the beyond Epic Rapunzel’s Tower which I stupidly read in a day but I just could not put it down!!! Then I was back to feeling empty once again!

But what is it that Wendy decides to do out of the goodness of her heart? Bring out another book and ease the crave! HALLELUJAH! And to add to my happiness… I’ve been asked if I would like to read the book to review AHEAD of its release. What was my answer you ask? Do bears shit in the woods? YES! a thousand times Yes!

But then the worrying starts… What if it isn’t as good as her previous books? What if she’s lost the plot completely and it’s just a giant mess? Well we will soon find out because I’m just about to devour the book and the review will follow in the next coming days!


Killian the Assassin!

Blurb: Assassin, thief, arrogant rogue…

Pagan drumming in Killian’s veins would never let his sword fail or his heart stop thirsting for blood. It felt as if the old gods gathered around him, waiting for blood to spill.

Killian the Assassin has been hired to guard the daughter of a wealthy Lord. Blackmailed into going on a perilous journey over treacherous seas, and among violent mountains, he faces danger and demons. Fighting the bloodlust that always follows him, Killian discovers a lonely, innocent girl who did not betray, but has been betrayed. She deserves love and protection, but is he the one to give her what she needs? 

Tainted by the need for salvation, driven by sword lust, darkness follows them both as together they become the first in the Legends of Everclearing.

Killian the Assassin! He’ll double-cross you, bed your wife, and steal your gold, all with a smile.

Follow Killian the Assassin on his journey in this new fantasy series, the Legends of Everclearing!

This new series does not just a revisit the best of the Kingdom of Jior fantasy series but is addicting, with new characters, and heart stopping adventures!

Can’t get enough?  Read the Kingdom of Jior epic fantasy series:

Of Demon Kind

Redemption of the Fallen

Heirs of Jior

Iron and the Arrow

The Last Ny-Failen

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