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Keeper of Crows (The Keeper of Crows Duology Book 1) by [Bond, Casey L.]
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Carmen Kennedy is a spoiled brat from Beverly Hills with a chip on her shoulder and a cocaine addiction to match. Using drugs to suppress reality, her life is more than she can stomach most days. All she wants is to disappear, and on one fateful night, her wish is granted.

There is a world that exists just beyond the fabric of our own. When Carmen is dragged there against her will, her hopelessness seems to disappear, replaced by a determination to survive. The Keeper of Crows is charged with guarding Carmen, but is safety a possibility in a world so desolate? Can love blossom when danger lies in wait? Together, they fight like hell, seeming to lose more ground than they gain with each battle against the dark enemy threatening to tear them apart. Can love keep her safe? Can it give her the strength she needs?

When the lines between life and death, reality and dream become blurred, who will save the souls trapped in the spaces between Heaven and Hell? Who will save Carmen's only love, The Keeper of Crows?

Keeper of Crows is a new paranormal romance duology from the author of The Frenzy Series. The book does contain adult material such as profanity, illicit drug use and sexual situations.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1376 KB
  • Print Length: 293 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 154429669X
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XRFWGCQ
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #97,431 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amazon.com: 4.9 out of 5 stars 31 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars A twisted ride that you don't want to miss! 23 May 2017
By Pixel3131 - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow, what a dark and twisted ride unlike anything I've read before! I was originally drawn to this book due to the gorgeous cover and the darker plot, but loved it for so much more. I loved that the main character was unapologetically flawed, yet she remained strong and true to herself. The story line was so original and filled with twists that it had me questioning everything at one point. Bond does an excellent job of creating a story that blends romance, pain, sacrifice, battles, and a questionable reality into one amazing read. I can't wait for the second book to see where she takes this story next!
5.0 out of 5 stars I can't even... 22 May 2017
By Kylie A. - Published on Amazon.com
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This story is so different from what I thought it would be. I'm so enthralled with these characters and the battles they've had to fight. This book is so much more. There is paranormal mixed with religion. There is also a backdrop of abuse and self depreciation. With the added bonus of love. Thank you Casey!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Omg! Casey you've done it again! 12 April 2017
By dena carol morrow - Published on Amazon.com
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When exactly is the next book coming out? Because I'm in love with this story and these characters. From the very first page I was drawn in and compelled to read straight through. The Keeper...holy freaking hotness.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow 24 March 2017
By Michele Thompson - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an amazing book. I love how the story flows. The characters are amazing, my favorite is Carmen and Michael. If you fallen angels, devil and things called lessons, you will love this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Unique, Hard to Put Down, GREAT Book 21 March 2017
By Erin - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't even know where to begin about how wonderful and original this book is! I honestly began the book (likely by the author's design) thinking that this book was going to be about a spoiled rich girl that continues to make a series of mistakes, and no matter what magical occurrences keep happening to her, she will be continue to make selfish decisions that end up getting everyone else around her in serious danger. It did start out that way, but it certainly didn't last long. And when she did make to poor decisions, they only hurt her, which was her goal, since no matter how rich she was, she hated herself and her life.

After one near death experience, I found myself wondering how she was going to find a way to get herself back into another near death experience, since this seemed to be her new life goal, with the bonus of hurting her father's image, who she despised. However, in an interesting twist of fate, her next near death experience came much faster than expected, not by her design, and as we find out later, with MUCH more behind why.

In this case, she is literally dragged into an entire different reality, and her need to escape life instantly became a need to save her life. And this world had to much bizarre going on, she had no idea if she was alive or dead, or who she could trust.

I don't want to give too much away, but this 'other world' she becomes a part of is truly incredible in the way the author has created it. She does an amazing job describing an immense amount of detail regarding both the place and beings that lived there, and it was so easy to imagine it and everything that was going on there. I was so incredibly sucked into the story, which the author made easy, because I didn't have to keep re-reading to understand what things were or what things looked like. It was a very impressive world with layers into other worlds that seamlessly made sense.

Then, there was the Keeper of Crows. The more you read about him, the more you realize there are more and more layers to him, and it makes so much sense why they are so drawn to each other. In what seems like a hopeless situation, just being to together makes it seem brighter, makes them see some good, and makes them want to do whatever it takes to make things better -- together.

Of course, there were constant twists and turns that you don't see coming, which makes it nearly impossible to put the book down. Right when you're sure you know how everything is going to play out, especially because a character (I don't want to give away) tells her close to the end HOW it will play out, you're left freaking out a little that it may not happen that way after all. The world, the people in it, and even your own mind has a tendency to throw curve balls. I'm now dying to read the next book to find out what, if anything, these curve balls have changed. Is it a trick, or is it real? If it's a trick, is all of it a trick or just some of it?

Like I said, there are many layers to this book, and it's like nothing I've read before. I love every bit about it, and will immediately read the next one when it's here!

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