Friday, February 17, 2017

Review: Echoes of Silence

Echoes of Silence Echoes of Silence by Anne Malcom
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book I have read by this author, soon to be second since this book contains another book (a duet) to get the full story. So yes, my friends it ends with a cliffy, but that is OK cause both books are available for purchase so you don't have to wait to get the next book. I was intrigued by the Sons of Templar MC and was excited to find out that it is its own series. Score! I now can add that series to my TBR list.
You do not need to be a YA to read this book, it may take place during the high school years and I loved it. We get to see a story about Lexie's mom, Mia and Zane (one of the Sons MC members) as well so for those of you who do not enjoy reading MC reads it's like you get a bonus story of two set of relationships in one book.
Lexie is sassy, strong, smart and most of us could easily relate to her. She loves books and music. Never did she think her life and love life would turn into a story book you could say. Love at first sight does exist no matter your age.
Killian is like an outcast, but destined to be an MC. It's in his blood. He does not have the best life and the MC family gives him what he needs to feel accepted. Never did he think one look and meeting Lexie would change his outlook on life. He knows she is the real deal, but he also knows she is made to be free and to explore the world.
It took losing two amazing people in Lexie's life to gain two more amazing people. They may not think they are amazing, but their dark past does not define the true person they are. We see loss, grief, a bond of brotherhood in both the MC and her boys, and some laughing moments from Lexie and her mom, Mia. Let's not forget the antics from Sam, Wyatt and Noah or Emma, but mostly Sam. He was funny. I really want a story on Noah cause we all know what Lexie can see would be an awesome story to be told. Oh, we get some added suspense as well and you will be in shock when it is unfolded. Unbelievable, but oh so good (even though some of was tearful)!
Kill you bring out the light in Lexie's UnQuiet Mind, but knowing you did what you had to do for Lexie still breaks my heart. Boy oh boy are those boys protective of Lexie and we thought Zane was protective of his girls! Love how those silence moments were some of the best quality time that Lexie shared with Zane and Killian. You never realize how silence can help someone until you read this book. I look forward to reading more on Freckles and let's not forget getting my hands on the Sons of Templar series.

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