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Raven Kennedy

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Værker af Raven Kennedy

Gild (2020) 1,122 eksemplarer
Glint (2021) 697 eksemplarer
Gleam (2021) 563 eksemplarer
Glow (2022) 462 eksemplarer
Gold (2023) 135 eksemplarer
Signs of Cupidity (2018) 118 eksemplarer
Bonds of Cupidity (2018) 76 eksemplarer
Crimes of Cupidity (2019) 66 eksemplarer
For the Love of Cupidity (2019) 53 eksemplarer
Void (2019) — Forfatter — 37 eksemplarer
Rabid (2021) — Forfatter; Forfatter — 37 eksemplarer
Grave Mistakes (2020) — Forfatter — 36 eksemplarer
Grave Consequences (2020) — Forfatter — 26 eksemplarer
Addie (2019) 25 eksemplarer
Can't Fix Cupid (2019) 22 eksemplarer
April's Fool (2019) — Forfatter — 22 eksemplarer
Grave Decisions (2020) — Forfatter — 20 eksemplarer
Sheer Cupidity (2022) 20 eksemplarer
Grave Signs (2020) — Forfatter — 19 eksemplarer
Reese (2020) 17 eksemplarer
Cruel (2019) — Forfatter — 16 eksemplarer
The Girl Who Cries Colors (2018) 14 eksemplarer
Wicked Webs (2019) — Forfatter — 14 eksemplarer
Jetta (2020) 12 eksemplarer
Goldfinch (2024) 11 eksemplarer
Tame (2019) — Forfatter — 6 eksemplarer
Wild 3 eksemplarer
Wild (2019) — Forfatter — 2 eksemplarer

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Kanonisk navn
Kennedy, Raven
Kort biografi
Raven Kennedy likes writing and reading and chocolate-bar-eating. Dark chocolate. Get out of here with that other stuff. She also likes to take long walks on the beach. Not really. She lives in the desert. The only water there is the wavy stuff that comes with a mirage. But I'm sure if there was a beach nearby, she'd walk then. Probably. Maybe. Her first book is Signs of Cupidity, the first of a series. She hopes you enjoy it!



Thank the book gods . . . my torture is over.

I might be in the minority.
Aya666 | 13 andre anmeldelser | May 16, 2024 |
This is a great dark shifter story. Seneca lives in a shifter community where a new alpha has taken over. He has her in his sights and is just waiting for her first shift. She goes through a lot before she finally recuses herself along with the help of her fated mate.
N.W.Moors | 1 anden anmeldelse | Mar 31, 2024 |
"Gold" by Raven Kennedy is the fifth book in The Plated Prisoner Series. It continues the story from where "Glow" left off, with Auren in Annwyn and Slade trying to find a way to reach her.

Upon arriving in Annwyn, Auren is taken in by locals who provide her with necessities, medical care, and protection. However, Auren's past traumas make her skeptical of their intentions. She resolves to wait for Slade to find her but is determined to find him herself if he doesn't.

While in Annwyn, Auren becomes involved with a group of rebels who are loyalists to her family. Auren wants to be more than just a symbol for change; she wants to create it.

Meanwhile, Slade goes on a rampage and seeks revenge on everyone who has ever harmed Auren. I’m not going to lie; it brings me joy. It is true to who he is and who he is known to be. His soft side is only for Auren. He delves deeper into the villainesque hard vibe he is notorious for. Plus, who can resist the ‘who hurt you’ trope followed by vengeance?

Queen Kaila continues to deceive those who will listen to her. It didn’t take long for me to feel the urge to reach into the pages and strangle her. Oh, a book girly can dream.

The book has a slow start and initially suffers from an excessive amount of descriptive writing through similes and metaphors. However, it picks up once the setting is hammered out. For me, the book started on page 130.

In contrast to the previous books, all the characters had a higher stake. The various points of view are well-executed, and the author effectively builds tension and plot.

In the last book, I dreaded when Queen Marlina’s name appeared in the chapter header. While she is historically uninteresting, she undergoes some character development and growth. For readers, the change is welcomed. Queen Marlina’s path crosses an assassin who changes her life. They build an intriguing relationship despite some of his cringe-worthy dialogue.

The introduction of two new characters with special abilities felt a bit convenient, but if they have a role to play in the next book, it won't feel like they were whisked in just to solve a problem.

In contrast to the previous books, all the characters had a higher risk. The various points of view are well-executed, and the author effectively builds tension and plot. Overall, Kennedy does an excellent job of foreshadowing and creating unique character voices.
… (mere)
M.E.Byrd | Mar 30, 2024 |
It feels like an achievement that my favourite character of this book is the army cook?
Belbo713 | 6 andre anmeldelser | Mar 6, 2024 |


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