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S opportunities even her parents’ trustIn a last ditch effort to free herself of it she foregoes a university place in favour of a waitressing job in the tiny village of Ardnasheen on Scotland’s wild northwest coast Though at first Ardnasheen seems to offer exactly the refuge Sophie has been looking for she uickly realizes that it harbors dark secrets of its own Barely a week into her new life. Actual score 15 out of 5I seem to be in the minority in disliking this story so please bare that in mind before

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Bound by Sarah Bryant

All Sophie Creedon has ever wanted is a normal life – but normal life doesn’t seem to want Sophie Strikingly pretty a top student with uniue musical talent the London schoolgirl has always stood out from the crowd But it’s the Revenants that truly set her apart creatures not uite living not uite dead and visible only to Sophie Hard as she tries to ignore them her haunting has cost her friend. Mixed feelings I can enjoy a good paranormal story but at times this felt like nothing new Some readers thought

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She finds herself caught up in a bitter rivalry between Sam and Lucas two young landowners One is charming the other brooding and both irresistibly compelling But the roots of their hostility run deep into a mysterious past that seems to involve Sophie As they vie for her attention she is forced to choose which one to trustSophie is about to discover the love of her life – and a secret to die f. it reminded me a little of Daughter of Smoke and Bone but that s probably because I just read that last


10 thoughts on “Bound by Sarah Bryant

  1. says:

    Mixed feelings I can enjoy a good paranormal story but at times this felt like nothing new Some readers thought of the Fallen series me too It was somewhat enjoyable but it also felt unrealistic I found it very hard to accept the fact that Sophie got used to her new role so fast and that it was al very normal what she felt she had to do I guess that's the power of love or somethingBut since I have the second

  2. says:

    I liked this story and it had an interesting twist on the angel storiesThe beginning made me really think of fallen by Lauren Kate but it went in a different directionI did enjoy the story but I'll probably not pick up the seuel

  3. says:

    Bound was an amazing book It has the perfect balance of Suspense Romance and Mystery I couldn't put it down The characters

  4. says:

    Actual score 15 out of 5I seem to be in the minority in disliking this story so please bare that in mind before dismissing this book out of hand However that said it wasn't for me It was just far too typical of th

  5. says:

    Bound by Sarah Bryant is a wonderful book Narrated by a young woman called Sophie she begins her story on a ferry boat to the tiny village of Ardnasheen on Scotland's wild northwest coast While in the seemingly uiet town Sophie makes some life changing discoveries such as why she can see Revenants and why she has the sight for the Síth This fantasy novel features ancient lore about the fairies that roam the Scottish lands from

  6. says:

    I liked the atmosphere of this book Sophie was better as a protagonist than I expected The development of the book felt slow for me but It got better on thethird part of the bookI kept reading for the guilt of dropping the book and a bit of curiosity of the final explanationBut I think I missed some things I didn't understand the core of the plot the first time It made me impatient to not being able to see the whole picture of

  7. says:

    35 This was a neat twist on the standard Fallen Angel story and full of pretty cool ideas remythology and theology Was it great? no in my opinion But it was pretty good and I am looking forward to reading the seuel

  8. says:

    Love this book but somehow its similar to the Fallen series

  9. says:

    it reminded me a little of Daughter of Smoke and Bone but that's probably because I just read that last

  10. says:

    First published at Booking in HeelsI'm not sure why but it didn't really 'click' that Bound was an angel story I