Review: Ascension by Felicity Heaton

Heaton’s imagination as an author is immense and intriguing. You will find a love story, witches and half-demons in Ascension. This paranormal and urban-fantasy romance will have you so immersed into its characters that you will laugh, cry, root for them, and have you wishing you had magical powers. The story follows a witch, Lealandra (love the name) who has to turn to an lover Taig, who happens to be a half demon for protection. What can you expect to happen when you’ve shared a love before? Sparks! As  Lealandra searches and protects herself from this evil that may be hunting her. Both characters have thier flaws and pasts, but together will they find a future together. Can they defeat the evil? You will have to find out! Go pick up a copy of Heaton’s Ascension, you will not be sorry you read it. Paranormal Urban Fantasy has an amazing author to add to their lists, Felicity Heaton!


Title: Ascension
Author: Felicity Heaton
Genre: Paranormal / Urban Fantasy Romance
Format: Ebook
Length: 91,000 words / novel / 337 pages (ebook)
Ebook Price: $3.99
Release Date: 23rd April 2011
Series: Shadow & Light Trilogy #1
Publisher: Felicity Heaton
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A witch on the verge of achieving phenomenal power, Lealandra must turn to her half-breed demon ex-lover Taig for protection from the dark force that is after her and also from her own magic.

With her Counter-Balance dead and her coven against her, Taig’s blood and power is the only thing that can help her control her magic and survive the ascension and gain the strength to defeat her enemy.

Old feelings come flooding back as Taig allows her into his world and Lealandra finds herself fighting not only for survival but to win his broken heart again and heal the pain in their past. Can he forgive her for walking out on him all those years ago and will he ever believe her when she tells him that he’s not a monster but the man that she loves?

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