OutreachAn Alternate Cover For This ASIN Can Be Found Here.Broken Dreams, An Ancient Enigma Tainted By The Past, And A Mystical Bond Beyond Time And Space Thrilled About Receiving Funding For Her New Outreach Program, Jaci Meets Andreus And Embarks On A Journey Wrought With Mystery And Answers To Questions That Have Plagued Her For Years Three Years After The Accident, Jaci Allen Believes She Is As Lost Now As She Was The Day She Awakened To The Sudden, Tragic Deaths Of Her Husband And Two Year Old Daughter Throwing Herself Into Her Work Has Allowed Her To Avoid The Reminders Of Her Broken Dreams, Leaving Her Dangerously Empty Inside, Always Seeking Something Accused And Convicted Of The Murder Of His Adoptive Mother S Husband At The Age Of Sixteen, Andreus Admits His Guilt, But Acknowledges To Himself That His Memories Of The Night The Abusive Man Was Killed Remain Incomplete At Best Meeting Jaci Ignites The Awakening Of Andreus Frightening Special Gifts Gifts He Has Not Only Tried To Hide From The Rest Of The World, But From Himself Can Two Shattered Souls Find A Way To Heal One Another It has been awhile since I read a novella I usually avoid them for two reasons The story usually feel rushed My inability to connect with the characters, due to poor character development.However, I was in the mood for something short and sweet and this looked like it would have hit the spot My experience with the author s work helped my decision greatly.I am familiar with the world created by the author so diving into this book was no biggie for me That being said, I think it would be wise to read Calm Assurance and Destiny s Favor before jumping into this installment.From the moment I began reading, I found myself immersed into the story and eager to learn about the characters, especially Andreus I knew the reason for his incarceration, but I was curious to learn what to led to the tragic moment that rob him of most of his life Learning what led to the violent outburst was heartbreaking and I could not fault him for his actions.Jaci Allen has yet to come to terms with the tragic loss of her husband and daughter Immersing herself into her work is her way of dealing with their deaths However, she was
It is the first story I have read by Dariel Raye, and I am very impressed She built the atmosphere of mystery and tension very well, and unveiled each piece of the puzzle in a way, that kept me on the edge of my seat The story was fast paced, with a few twists and turns, and a couple of big surprises Not knowing what Orlosian warriors were, that was a big one.The characters were very interesting and complicated Both Jaci and Andreus struggle with their traumatic past, hunted by the reassuring nightmares, but feeling an instant bond the moment they met It was very easy to care about both of them, about their tragedies and what they will face in the future I liked them very much, and would love to read about them again.The whole premise of the Orlosian universe and who they were was fascinating I loved following Andreus awaking, from a vague feeling of being different, to fully embracing
Jaci Allen Rothschild is trying to get over the death of her husband and daughter and is the Director of Social Services She has just got a new job as a Youthful Offender Parole Outreach Program and she is looking forward to a change.Andreus Shannon is in prison for murder He is one of the feared prisoners and has nightmares from his past When he is accepted into a new program he receives Jaci as his mentor.What neither really realize is how they are linked and what being together really means.This was a great introduction to the series and it definitely intrigues me I felt so bad for Jaci and what she had gone through and this book explains things to her that she had no idea about I am super curious to see what happens with her in the rest of the series.When I first read about Andreus I was thinking he was going to be one way but it was interesting to know about him and I was completely thrown to learn about him.I liked meeting Rehobeth and
An Alluring StoryWhen it comes to writing mystical tales that delve into conflicts and unifications among immortals and mortals with a passion and magnetism theme, the author doesn t disappoint The character driven story focuses on two protagonists, Dr Jaci Allen Rothschild, and Andreus Shannon, whose about to be released from prison and unknowingly have so much in common that eventually their paths will interlock, divulging murder, emotional mayhem, secrets, desires, and undeclared appeal The story is brilliantly written with spellbinding dialogue where you begin to feel like you re part of the story, where Andreus, and Rehobe
Very short introduction to an off shoot of the Orlosian Warriors , featuring Jaci a social worker , trying to get a program up and running for men sentenced when they were juveniles, and are now adults Andreus had been in jail than half his life for the murder of his step father if anyone deserved it, he did Just as Jaci
I ve found Ms Raye s novels to be gripping Her Orlosian books are fascinating, beautifully written, and character driven Both the main protagonists, Dr Jaci Allen Rothschild and Andreus Shannon, have convoluted pasts, and without realizing it they are almost intrinsically li
I just love this story it s amazing I just love Jaci she had a very bad time in life she lost her husband and little girl in a car accident but it made her stronger and brave Now there is the hottie Andreus who has be in prison seen he was 16 years old and he is a person only worries about o
Dariel Raye is an amazing storyteller Outreach An Orlosian Warriors Novella is the story of Jaci and Andreus Both have had been dealt a rough hand in life and have overcome so much already when fate has their path
Outreach is the first book in the Orlosion Warrior series that I have read At the beginning, be prepared to feel like you are thrown into a story and you ve missed a section Hang in there and keep reading as it gets better This can be read as a standalone but the ending is open the next book in the series There is violence I haven t read anything from Dariel Rate before so I wasn t sure what to expect