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Ravensblood (English Edition) di [Reppert, Shawna]
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In a life of impossible choices when sometimes death magic is the lesser of the evils, can a dark mage save the world and his own soul?
Corwyn Ravenscroft. Raven. The last heir of an ancient family of dark mages, he holds the secret to recreating the Ravensblood, a legendary magical artifact of immense power.
Cassandra Greensdowne is a Guardian. Magical law enforcement for the elected council— and Raven’s former apprentice and lover. She is trying to live down her past. And then her past comes to the door, asking for her help.
As a youth, Raven wanted to be a Guardian but was rejected because of his ancestry. In his pride and his anger, he had turned to William, the darkest and most powerful mage of their time. William wants a return to the old ways, where the most powerful mage was ruler absolute. But William would not be a True King from the fairy tales. He would reign in blood and terror and darkest magic.
Raven discovers that he does have a conscience. It’s rather inconvenient.
He becomes a spy for the council that William wants to overthrow, with Cassandra as his contact.
Cass and Raven have a plan to trap William outside his warded sanctuary. But William is one step ahead of the game, with Raven’s life, his soul, and the Ravensblood all in danger.

Ravensblood won a Gold Medal in the 2014 Global E Book Awards. The author's first novel, The Stolen Luck, won a Silver Medal in the Global E-Book Awards and a 2014 Eppie Award.

Word count approximately 89,000 words


From earliest childhood, Shawna Reppert has had a passion for stories-- for reading them and for writing them. Two of her stories have won honorable mentions from Writers of the Future. Previous short stories sold to online 'zines, and several 'indie' short stories are available for sale at Amazon. Her story 'The Beast Within' appears in the second Gears and Levers anthology, edited by Phyllis Irene Radford. Her debut novel, The Stolen Luck, came out with Carina Press in May of 2013. It won a silver medal in the other world fantasy category of the Global Ebook Awards and a 2014 Eppie in the fantasy romance category. In college, Shawna volunteered at a raptor rehabilitation center, which became valuable background for her short story The Sword and the Kestrel. Shawna has always had an affinity for wolves, and used to keep a wolf-dog hybrid as a pet. Her current four-footed children are a Lipizzan stallion and an orange-and-black cat named Samhain. She enjoys Irish social dancing and is an ardent supporter of live Irish music. Shawna also likes to play with the Society for Creative Anachronism and can sometimes be found in medieval garb on a caparisoned horse, throwing javelins into innocent hay bales that never did anything to her. A Pennsylvania native, she currently lives in the beautiful wine county of Oregon. For more information and to keep abreast of her current writing projects, check out her website at

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  • Numeri di pagina fonte ISBN: 149755019X
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  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00G93U4F8
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4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Romance, Action, Fantasy, It's All Great 8 dicembre 2014
Di Gordon A. Long - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle
A whole lot of people are going to like this one. Whether you’re into Romance, Urban Fantasy, or ordinary Fantasy, this novel has something for you. Trust me. Hey, it’s even a cop story, if you like that sort of thing.

“Ravensblood” is the story of Cass, a very mixed up young Guardian who has turned away from the evil of Dark Magic, represented by her former mentor and lover, Corwen Ravenscroft. She has tried to become a decent member of society and a policewoman to boot. She is fighting her way through the prejudice of her fellow Guardians, the hatred of her superiors, and her own divided feelings for Raven, when he suddenly returns to her life. He wants out of his association with William, the most evil, terrifying dark mage in the world. Only she can help him turn to the light without ending up the subject of a multi-day experiment in torture.
Just to make the situation more difficult, Raven tells her that he has created the Ravensblood, a stone that will increase the power of any mage who uses it. With the Ravensblood, William could bring the world under his sadistic rule.
The plot spirals rapidly downhill from there. Ms. Reppert is an expert at creating damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don’t situations that tax relationships and personalities to the exploding point. Complication piles on complication, with the freedom of the nation’s population at stake. We become involved with characters with believable goals and ideals, placed in dire but believable circumstances where we really care whether they win (survive) or not.The suspense is palpable.

The whole thing piles up to an ending that, despite all the author’s careful hints and preparation, still knocks our socks off. And also wraps up several conflicts: the romantic one, the personal one, the political one, even the good-vs-evil one. But not quite enough. I can sniff out a sequel.

Can’t wait.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle 4.5 Stars, Strongly Recommend 12 gennaio 2016
Di Jen @ booksthathook dot com - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle
*I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*

Ravensblood is the first book in the series. It is available in e-book and paperback.

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I was impressed with the quality of Shawna Reppert’s writing. It was clean and showed a level of sophistication I didn’t expect from an indie author. It goes to prove that more and more skilled writers are going the direction of self-publication.

The story revolves around Cass, a Guardian who has a shady history because she, years earlier, apprenticed and fell in love with a dark mage named Raven. She has tried to put her past behind her but it still seems to follow her around. It becomes clear she cannot escape her past when Raven decides he doesn’t want to be a dark mage anymore and asks for Cass’s help in getting out from under the control of William, the leader of the dark mages. When Cass refuses to help Raven, Raven feels he has no other way to escape William than to kill himself. At this point, Cass realizes Raven’s sincerity and intervenes. The rest of the story revolves around Cass and Raven finding a way to stop William from gaining ultimate power.

The story is fast-paced. Even though there is much to be learned about Cass and Raven’s pasts, the story moves quickly. There was only one lull that I noticed. Around 80%, just when you’d think that the story would speed up to get to the climax, it slows down for Raven and Cass’s partner Zack to do some male bonding. I understood why this was necessary–future actions depended upon it–but the timing seemed off.

I thought the characters were well-motivated and thoroughly developed. However, I thought the world could have been developed in more detail. It could have used some history that explained how mages came to be in our world to live among the “Mundanes.” Also, considering how much magic is present in the world, I was surprised there were no preternatural or mythological creatures, supernatural beings, gods or goddesses.

For some people, the romance in this book might be too dull. There is no kissing, touching, or anything else along those lines. Personally, I liked that they had some big issues to overcome. The author didn’t take the easy way out and throw them back into one another’s arms.

Normally I don’t mention covers. I want to comment on this one, though, because I think a book this good should have a better cover. The raven is pretty, but it doesn’t give the reader any kind of sense of what this book is about. If I had just seen this cover on Amazon, I probably wouldn’t have clicked through to find out what the book was about, which is a pity because I think this book has the potential to appeal to a lot of urban fantasy readers. It has a little romance and a lot of magefire-throwing action.

I strongly recommend it to readers who like stories about spellcasters, characters tormented by their pasts, and a romance that needs a lot of fixing through trust and forgiveness.

Actual Rating: 4.5 Stars
This review first appeared on Books That Hook on April 22, 2015
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle enjoyable alternate Portland with magic-wielding Guardians, angsty hero, and alot of forgiveness for past dark deeds 28 marzo 2014
Di kbirdlincoln - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
3.5 stars actually.

An Urban Fantasy-esque story of mages in an alternate Portland, Oregon featuring "Guardians" trying to protect a mixed mundane and magical community from a dark mage bent on taking over the world.

Cass had the naivete and bad luck to apprentice herself to Corwyn Ravenscroft....a mage who ended up being one of William's (dark mage bent on taking over the world who tortures people for fun) right hand men. She got out in time, but now as a Guardian (magical beat cop ) responsible for keeping mundanes and magical people safe, she's mostly shunned and regarded with suspicion.

Then, her former master contacts her, bringing back all the heartbreak and pain of their former association, but Raven might be the key to keeping William from taking over. Can Cass withstand the suspicion and scrutiny of the council? Or will her past keep her from saving the present?

Lots of angst. If you like angsty, brooding mages willing to sacrifice themselves for their sins and denying their love for their naive young apprentices because they are "better off without them"...than this is your cup of tea. Most of the action revolves around Cass, Raven, and Cass' very understanding and overly compassionate-wise Aunt planning how to foil Wiliam's plans.

In fact everyone who dealt with Raven was overly wise and compassionate, including Cass' partner (in love with Cass) who becomes Raven's like best friend. This overwhelming amount of sympathy and "dont' blame yourself too much for the years of dark magery when you tortured people with William" sometimes felt a bit too much. I kind of wanted Raven to be more tortured and less understood since he had done some really dark things.

And I wished for more agency by Cass. As the heroine, I wanted less passive understanding and forgiveness and more active holding Raven to account and managing her own destiny.

Still, an enjoyable, obviously well thought-out alternate world with likeable characters. Wished for a bit more Portland landmark featuring, but the bits name-dropped were fun :)
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A bad guy you have to cheer for 20 febbraio 2015
Di Loren Weaver - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle
Ravensblood is book one in the Ravensblood Trilogy by Shawna Reppert. The story is set in an urban fantasy world full of magic and mayhem, but its got cop influences and a dash of romance to really round out the book and make it unique.

Cassandra is a Guardian, or a magical policeman. In her world, Art, Craft, and Mundanes all collide to form a magic-filled universe with a lot of danger potential. She's working through a lot of ignorant suspicion in her job, but she's stubborn. I think that's what I like most about her. She's self-confident enough to know who she is even when everyone else is telling her different.
And then there's Raven. The dark mage with a conscious ready to play spy against the most dangerous man in the world. And he only trusts Cass. So she's got to work with the 'bad' guy no one trusts while saving the world.

Yeah, if that wasn't complicated enough. She worked with him before. This smells of personal issues. But Cass is a top-notch heroine. And I love Raven. He's the 'bad' guy you just have to cheer for. Emotionally stunted, but he wants to do better. He's got the determination, if he can get a second chance. And he'll learn a few things along the way.

I was given this book for an honest review.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Complex characters struggling for redemption 27 gennaio 2015
Di Nicole Luiken - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle
Read in one day. I was strongly hooked from chapter two on, basically from the moment Raven stepped onto the page. (Not that I didn't like Cassandra, too, but I found Raven fascinating.) A complex character struggling for redemption and instead pushed into the gray world and hard moral choices facing a spy. Strong tension, lots of plot twists and turns, and an interesting world with three communities Art, Craft and Mundane intersecting. The romance element was of the slow-burn type as Cass and Raven learn to trust each other again. Looking forward to the sequel Raven's Wing!

**I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**
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