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This book is under the edited title of Alea Reborn. Maliuth is a Paranormal Fantasy Romance in which Alea, a typical Earth human, must travel through shadow and death for a second chance at life. Alea Killed suddenly in a car accident, she is given three days by her Universally Appointed Afterlife Social Worker to settle any unfinished business, then her energy is being re This book is under the edited title of Alea Reborn. Maliuth is a Paranormal Fantasy Romance in which Alea, a typical Earth human, must travel through shadow and death for a second chance at life. Alea Killed suddenly in a car accident, she is given three days by her Universally Appointed Afterlife Social Worker to settle any unfinished business, then her energy is being recycled. How is she supposed to get anything done when through the shadows she keeps hearing a voice calling to her? Stepping into the shadows isn't the hardest thing she will face in her hopes for a second chance at a new life. Maliuth Called to the Oracle Temple to try to bring his mate through the shadow, Maliuth is confident it will only take him a day to get her to come to him. Imagine his surprise when three days later she is still resisting him. Knowing that Alea can't stay in her world, he calls to her with all his might. What they soon realize is that getting Alea to Abondiel is only the beginning. WARNING: For those who like a longer read... this is a short story.


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This book is under the edited title of Alea Reborn. Maliuth is a Paranormal Fantasy Romance in which Alea, a typical Earth human, must travel through shadow and death for a second chance at life. Alea Killed suddenly in a car accident, she is given three days by her Universally Appointed Afterlife Social Worker to settle any unfinished business, then her energy is being re This book is under the edited title of Alea Reborn. Maliuth is a Paranormal Fantasy Romance in which Alea, a typical Earth human, must travel through shadow and death for a second chance at life. Alea Killed suddenly in a car accident, she is given three days by her Universally Appointed Afterlife Social Worker to settle any unfinished business, then her energy is being recycled. How is she supposed to get anything done when through the shadows she keeps hearing a voice calling to her? Stepping into the shadows isn't the hardest thing she will face in her hopes for a second chance at a new life. Maliuth Called to the Oracle Temple to try to bring his mate through the shadow, Maliuth is confident it will only take him a day to get her to come to him. Imagine his surprise when three days later she is still resisting him. Knowing that Alea can't stay in her world, he calls to her with all his might. What they soon realize is that getting Alea to Abondiel is only the beginning. WARNING: For those who like a longer read... this is a short story.

37 review for Maliuth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Severine Wolfe

    Best New World In A Long Time I loved Stormy McKnight's first series. I really did not like the waterworld one, though. I took a chance and pre-ordered Maliuth and was not disappointed. This new world is so intriguing, so full of possibilities that I sincerely hope the author camps here for awhile. I love her vision of the afterlife and the idea of being called to a person. Just a great tale and I cannot wait for the next one. Best New World In A Long Time I loved Stormy McKnight's first series. I really did not like the waterworld one, though. I took a chance and pre-ordered Maliuth and was not disappointed. This new world is so intriguing, so full of possibilities that I sincerely hope the author camps here for awhile. I love her vision of the afterlife and the idea of being called to a person. Just a great tale and I cannot wait for the next one.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shasha

    This was a sweet, sexy, paranormal sci-fi novella. I was confused by (view spoiler)[ the Oracles that welcome her from being Reborn are all men--and she's naked...and then put in a bath with them all around her. There are women on the planet so I don't get why the welcoming/cleaning/dressing committee is male. (hide spoiler)] Besides the heroine, the characters are one-dimensional. The plot is fast paced so most of what happens is reactional with sex in between. The writing is a bit clunky and sk This was a sweet, sexy, paranormal sci-fi novella. I was confused by (view spoiler)[ the Oracles that welcome her from being Reborn are all men--and she's naked...and then put in a bath with them all around her. There are women on the planet so I don't get why the welcoming/cleaning/dressing committee is male. (hide spoiler)] Besides the heroine, the characters are one-dimensional. The plot is fast paced so most of what happens is reactional with sex in between. The writing is a bit clunky and skippy at times but the story is entertaining. The ending is a mild cliffhanger setting up the next book. I will read the next one. Mature content

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    Joshua Harris

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    Jay Lee

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