Healer (Guild of Empaths)

Healer (Guild of Empaths)

Emma Jaye / Nov 15, 2019

Healer Guild of Empaths Failing at the last hurdle to become a top flight medic was devastating for the proud Loreli Rhuishtin However life seems to have another plan for her as she meets up with a devastatingly handsome off

  • Title: Healer (Guild of Empaths)
  • Author: Emma Jaye
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Failing at the last hurdle to become a top flight medic was devastating for the proud Loreli Rhuishtin However life seems to have another plan for her as she meets up with a devastatingly handsome offworlder on her way off the planet of her birth A man who insists that the souls she sees hovering around people are actually their emotions To her amazement, this abilityFailing at the last hurdle to become a top flight medic was devastating for the proud Loreli Rhuishtin However life seems to have another plan for her as she meets up with a devastatingly handsome offworlder on her way off the planet of her birth A man who insists that the souls she sees hovering around people are actually their emotions To her amazement, this ability that has caused her nothing but pain throughout her life could in fact make her one of the most important, privileged and long lived people in the galaxy.Unfortunately life is never that simple, and there is always a price to pay for fame and fortune.

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      • Emma Jaye

        Endlessly curious about the natural world and the human condition, Emma moved from writing essays on the biological, psychological and sociological aspects of human reproduction to writing fiction after papering the smallest room in the house with degree certificates Emma has been a tropical fish farmer, a development scientist for a pet products company, a preschool teacher, a lab tech, and an academic tutor and course writer In between these paid jobs, she did some practical human reproduction and had four sons before deciding to write down some of the daydreams that had been bugging her for years It turns out that getting reviews was fun than getting ticks from tutors although she still gives out ticks on a regular basis by reviewing prolifically and running the Review Group Her books range from contemporary to sci fi, paranormal and fantasy, and often involve characters with different patterns of social romantic interaction than are generally considered normal All her stories contain steamy scenes, angst, and sometimes violence Her stories contain M F, M M and M F M and occasionally higher multiples situations, and although there is always an HEA or HFN, her books could never be described as sweet.To sign up to her newsletter and get your hands on some ass kicking, steamy freebies eepurl bZKKGf


    975 Comments

    1. This book had a great plot, and there was a finesse in ending the story that both gave closure and left room for a sequel, which is my favourite kind of book. The story would appeal to sci-fi lovers as well as those who are not big fans. Apart from Ender's Game and David Eddings, I generally steer clear of this kind of genre, but there was enough human interest to pique even a non sci-fi reader such as myself.I gave a 3-star rating (as opposed to a higher rating) for two reasons. The most obviou [...]


    2. I would love to give it 4 1/2 stars. This should be the next show on SyFy. It reminded me of Philip K. Dick a lot and for some reason The Man Who Fell to Earth by Walter TevisI would recommend this book to all who like good character driven scifi. I enjoyed it and will read more from this author.


    3. This is a fast-paced romp of a read unfortunately a bit bogged down by the scientific rationale and contextual detail required to establish its setting in an imaginary universe.It always intrigues me that with characters to create and a plot to weave, fantasy writers also set themselves the challenge of crafting an entirely new universe in which to place their story. Personally I struggled to comprehend the bio-science which under-girded the plot: emotional pollen; a planetary atmosphere which a [...]


    4. I felt as if I were reading a discourse on a completely new industry on a new world--that of empaths who are able to detect emotion and to harvest certain plants that are crucial to several planets in power and transportation. The book is almost always heavy with explanation of this new industry and how empaths deal with their physiology.I found the book lacking a central conflict and resolution. Mainly the book was about the main character discovering that she could not continue her chosen prof [...]


    5. I found quite a lot to enjoy here: the book has a fun plot, an interesting premise, and likeable characters. I'm sure there is a large audience out there who will really enjoy it, if it manages to find them.The prose itself is fit for purpose; clear, direct, and easy to follow, but I feel that it was a little bland at times, and the novel lacked texture as a result. I did warm to the central character quite quickly, and found her pretty likeable. I thought the relationship between her and the tr [...]


    6. I liked the scifi-fantasy aspect of the plot in this book. The author managed to pull off some pretty complicated theories of otherworldly medical issues. I'm not much of a 'romance' reader, so wasn't a big fan of this side of the tale. However, there was plenty going on in the plot to keep me entertained, and I really wanted to know what was going to happen to the lead female role. The two main characters are very likeable and the story unravels around them. A great sci-fi setting that could le [...]



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