Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Review - Power of the Heir's Passion by L.R.W. Lee @LRWLee (Andy Smithson #0)

Power of the Heir’s Passion
Andy Smithson #0
by L.R.W. Lee

Goodreads blurb:  Before the adventure, before perilous quests…the tale of three royal ghosts.

In a land far away, there lived a prince who loved power. Carried away by his lust, he surrendered to its devices and usurped the throne from his older sister in an act of treachery.

Imogenia unexpectedly finds herself in the Afterlife, having to navigate between Peace Paradise, the Unclaimed Baggage department, the Unfinished Business office, and other governmental agencies. Against a backdrop of soul music, she encounters all manner of new experiences from black, frothing, arsenic-spiced drinks to guest services personnel and plays host to her parents when they join her. While the spirits are friendly and the experiences memorable, Imogenia has never forgotten the cause of her early arrival in the afterlife, and plots revenge. Her parents initially support a beta test she proposes to the Committee on Afterlife Affairs to punish her brother, but grow weary of the conflict over five-hundred-years and petition to withdraw their support. What will Imogenia do? How will she realize the justice denied her? How will her actions impact others?

About the Author:  Since the age of eight, L. R. W. Lee wanted to write a children’s book, but felt she did not have anything significant to share; she sought to change lives while entertaining. A degree in Accounting did not provide riveting fodder for a best seller, so she waited. Over a decade, she founded and grew a company, during which, she worked closely with a mentor from whom she learned uncommon thinking that changed her life. After selling her business in early 2012, she had time to write and, more importantly, something significant to share.

L. R. W. Lee lives in scenic Austin, TX with her husband, daughter and son.

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My Thoughts - 4 out of 5 Unicorns - I really liked it!!!

***Received the ebook in exchange for an honest review

The cover definitely goes with the story though Book 3’s cover is still my favorite :)

Okay, I think this story clears up some of the confusion surrounding Imogenia’s curse & how Andy play’s into it.  This is basically an expansion and more detail of the prologue. 

It was nice to get these details and understand the background more. 

I recommend this prequel to those who’ve read this series, you do not want to pass up reading this, and if you are new to the series, this is a great way to see if this story is for you though I think this series gets better and better, so keep this in mind :)

Interested in reading???

See my review of Blast of the Dragon’s Fury (Book1)
See my review of Venom of the Serpent’s Cunning (Book2)
See my review of Disgrace of the Unicorn’s Honor (Book3)

Interested in reading the Omnibus of Books 1-3

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