FREE BOOK Review: Cheyenne (Timeless #1) by Lisa L Wiedmeier

Book Blurb

Murder, romance, secrets and hidden pasts. Deception from every angle—who's telling the truth?

Cheyenne Wilson's life is thrown into turmoil after her adoptive parents are killed in an accident. With only her best friend Colt to comfort her, she scours through the family archives, hoping to quell her grief. Instead she begins to unravel the mystery behind her birth parents, and her secret heritage. She is a Timeless- a being that ages one year for every hundred human years when they reach their twenties- and of the royal line, destined to gain great power.

But Cheyenne has other problems. The ones who killed her parents want her too, and Colt is hiding something of his own. Surrounded by danger and with few she can trust, Cheyenne must face the dark truth of her past, and choose between a forbidden love that will forever hold her heart, or her destiny...

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

I read the prequel for this series, so I knew the brothers were watching Cheyenne. There was a bit of background information given.  This book jumps into the beginning revealing that Cheyenne was adopted and living with her parents in a secluded area.  She has no idea she is being guarded by the brothers.  She only knows Colt as he has worked himself into her life as her best friend.  When tragedy strikes, Cheyenne ends up staying with Colt, Callon and Daniel.  They know who she really is but won’t tell her anything.  That ticked me off just as much as it did her.  The reader is just in the dark as she is.  She had to basically drag information out of the brothers and anyone else involved.  The whole book follows Cheyenne, slowly learning that her parents had a secret to tell her, but they never had the chance.  I liked her character the whole book when she is searching for answers.  The times where she has feelings for both Colt and Callon was a bit disappointing.  She would bounce back and forth.  I didn’t like the way that part of the story went.  Cheyenne was young and confused which is completely understandable.

However, I was disappointed in the male characters of this book.  I had great expectations for them.  When she finally met all three and the story began to open up, I was ready for the author to run with it.  I was ready for Cheyenne to learn secrets and find an ally in one of the three boys.  Unfortunately, that isn’t the case.  The ending didn’t appease me at all.  I was just as much annoyed as Cheyenne was.  I give it a 3 out of 5.

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