Book Review: Axbridge by Sasha L. Miller


24855529Goodreads Synopsis

On the trail of a dangerous, violent mage, Tannis and his partner, Beck, fall into a nasty trap—and it’s Beck who barely survives, losing blood almost faster than Tannis can get her to the nearest village for help.

Help proves to be Isani, a curt, mercurial healer who wants nothing to do with Tannis, and even less to do with the mage they’re hunting—a mage Isani knows far too well, and had hoped would never return.


I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

This was another one of those novellas that read as a full novel. Or so it seemed. Axbridge tells the story of Tannis who comes to this town with his injured partner Beck, in search of help. Here we meet Isani- the physician- who I envisioned as that elf professor from Winx Club. Don’t ask, I read this at 2am.

So much happened in such a short time and I found myself not wanting the book to end. There was action, an actual plot with a minuscule amount of romance thrown in to bring the picture all together.

I loved the writing style. It was quick and made me want to continue. I read this book in one sitting and I’m ashamed I took so long to read it.

Read: 25 January 2016
Rating: ✮✮✮✮

Publication Date: 20 May 2015
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Link to Author’s Goodreads Page: Sasha L. Miller

 

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