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I See You by [Oliver, Frantiska]
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With shape-shifting abilities, Haven sets out on a path of revenge against child predators, while she searches for the monster who ripped away her innocence, murdered her trust and abused her body. Hoping one day she will come eye to eye with the man who stole from her the only thing that cannot be given back or replaced. But, when she discovers Cassidy and her mysterious Uncle Bryce, Haven’s world of secrecy is exposed. Her solitude life is challenged and the protective walls she built around her scarred heart begin to crumble. Tossing her into uncharted territory and reminding her of forgotten dreams. Struggling with the haunting memories of her past, the inability to trust and the hideous reality of abuse, Haven is thrown into a battle she never expected to fight and feelings she didn’t want to face. But, one question remains. Can a damaged shifter learn to trust and love again? Or, will it destroy what little is left of her shattered heart and allow the shadows of her past the control they relentlessly seek?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 876 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Twisted Core Press (29 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M7H5UTA
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #709,016 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heartbreaking and Powerful Read 10 January 2015
By Sharon Richmond - Published on
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Here comes a book that makes you feel so many things. Meet Clover, a shapeshifter and human, who is trying to protect all the innocent little girls that have suffered the same horrible abuse she has in her past. She hears their screams in her mind,and nothing is gonna stop her from her goal of saving them. Along comes Cassidy, the 8 yr old, who is being abused. In Clovers mind she will do what needs to be done to the monster that is hurting Cassidy, but she meets the one she has been hearing whispering to her 'I See You'. Bryce is also a gryphon, but also Cassidy's uncle. Will they work together to reveal the monster and save the innocent? Will Clover and Bryce find each other along the way? Will the healing ever begin? The author writes such truths about a horrible tragedy that still happens all over the world, but puts hope that the hero will save them.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the read! 6 October 2015
By C. M. Wright - Published on
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This was one freaky damn book! But I loved it and can't wait for more from this series. I assume and hope it will be a series anyway. Guess I need to check Frantiska's author page in case another has been released when I wasn't paying attention. I've got a list of monsters I'd be more than willing to hand over to the main character of this book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 6 August 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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I'm looking forward to the next book.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I walked away more than a dozen times...I'm so glad I finished this book 9 January 2015
By Tonya Stafford - Published on
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I walked away more than a dozen times. I'm so glad I finished this book. A 3.5 star rating that quickly bloomed into 5 well deserved stars!

Frantiska Oliver, is quite simply one of the most talented writers I've read in decades. Without telling all the gory, gut twisting details she has the ability to evoke tangled emotions, heartbreak, despair, and the rise of gritty determination and hope with the click of her keyboard. My only complaint about this book is I believe it needs a PTSD warning inside the cover before the story begins. There are triggers for survivors of incest and sexual abuse throughout the book, but especially in the first two and a half chapters. Unfortunately for those who suffer the everyday triggers and deal with PTSD episodes those first few chapters are needed to make this story so substantial.

I was asked to read and review 'I See You' by a friend of mine who is connected to the author. I had only seen the teasers and thought it would be about a woman who had suffered tragedy, betrayal or some other friction that can so easily destroy one's ability to trust in others. I also thought it would be about this character finding the strength to love again despite her tragic past. In a way that is true. The story is about a woman learning to trust herself and others and allowing love to enter her life after an abusive childhood, the tragic deaths of her parents, and the anger that stems from such devastation. But that is not all this story is about. To say I was more than a little surprised when I saw the cover is an understatement, and I was sorely ready to stop reading 'I See You' before the middle of the first chapter, but I continued only because of the strength of Ms. Oliver's ability to write. Had she been a less proficient story teller I would have tossed this book aside after the first page. By the end of the 2nd chapter I had already stepped away from the story more than a dozen times thinking I couldn't finish it, but Ms Oliver's talent for writing continued to draw me back time and time again. I was already invested in the characters, especially Cassie and Haven. I spoke to some friends, explained my difficulties with the subject matter, stepped away another half dozen times and then sat down determined to finish this story. I had to know Cassie was saved, the evil bastard hurting her was punished, and that Haven had found some peace of her own. When I tell you the writing is strong, I mean this story is woven with heart, anger, fear, love, understanding, and every emotion you can possibly associate to writing.

This is a difficult subject matter to read. The atrocities perpetrated against children in real life are not what I want to sit down and read about for pleasure. Having said that, this is one of those books that you are truly missing something extraordinary by not reading. Exquisite story telling. Strong, well rounded, if not slightly damaged characters. Pure Evil. Love. Understanding. Finding your way out of the murk and ashes of destroyed trust and learning to love again. You will find it all between the covers of 'I See You'.

'I See You' is a complete novel. However, it does leave you hanging for that complete, lovey dovey HEA. I don't want to spoil it for other readers, so I will stop there. But I will tell you I cannot wait for sequel to "I See You". Ms. Oliver has a new fan. I'm waiting on the edge of my seat to see what she has for us next.

There are a few tiny editing errors, but they aren't anything that will rip you away from the story and have you shaking your head. All in all the editing was nearly as good as the writing.

I was asked to read 'I See You' in exchange for an honest review.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I really loved this story 12 March 2015
By steamy book momma - Published on
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I really loved this story. I love shape-shifters and paranormal books. This one had a bunch of different paranormal creatures in it. The story was great and had a great cause behind it. I will warn that some may be offend or not like the content. It deals with children being abused sexually. The main female character, Haven was sexual abused as a child and is out to save other children like her. Preferably before they are hurt but if she gets there after it has happened she makes sure that it stops and that the person can’t hurt anyone else again. She is known throughout the shape-shifter community for taking care of those kinds of people. She is trying to help a little girl named Cassidy when everything changes for her. The little girl’s uncle Bryce comes to town and he is one of the rarest shape-shifters out there. Haven finds herself reacting to him like she has never reacted to anyone before. Bryce begins to tear down all of Haven’s carefully constructed walls. She never wanted to have to deal with these kinds and feelings. It’s bringing back memories of the past that she is having a hard time dealing with. This story is fantastic. The story was hard and emotional at times but what the characters were doing to put a stop to it and make people pay for their crimes is wonderful. Reading about how Bryce’s world changes when he meets Haven. He knows immediately what she is too him even if she doesn’t. He was told a story by his mother about what would happen when he meet his mate. It takes Haven a little longer to acknowledge what is happening between her and Bryce. I really hope there is a book to follow this one up. I want more of Bryce and Haven’s story. Their story can’t be over. Cassidy’s character is wonderful she just seems to know things. There are some interesting connections made between the characters which were cool. I could talk more about the book but I don’t want to give any spoilers away. I will definitely will be looking for other books by Frantiska. She is one of my new authors to follow.
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