Review: Seeds of Eden, by A.P. Watson Reply

3 out of 5 Stars

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First, let me say that I do not like series that end in a cliff hanger and this book has one. So that is why it is not getting more stars. I had a hard time getting into this one. It moves a bit slow in the beginning but there are a lot of explanations of the premise that get in the way of the action. There are also a lot of flashbacks. Also, this is a teenage girl, not a woman and it was hard for me to appreciate some of her actions. However, the story is original and interesting once it gets going. Watson does a good job giving time to the development of the characters, especially Evey and Conrad. The other characters are just beginning to be fleshed out and I imagine that will happen in the next installment. Aden or Adam is barely there in this first book. All in all, it is worth a read if you enjoy getting immersed in the story line for several books before you get a resolution. RECOMMENDED

Reviewed by Wildcatnana

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.


Haunted by visions of the execution of an innocent man, Evey discovers that the secrets of her past and a mysterious stranger are irrevocably intertwined.

Visions of decapitated corpses, pools of blood, and a masked executioner have haunted Evey for as long as she can remember. Torn between a life in the waking world and dreams of the dead, she realizes her normal existence is nothing more than an illusion. As the veil between reality and her subconscious dissipates, she begins to question her own sanity. Each night as she closes her eyes, she wonders what wrongs she committed to warrant such a curse.

When a handsome stranger suddenly appears in Evey’s life, he is able to provide her with the answers she seeks. However, the only thing more mystifying than Conrad’s appearance in one of her nightmares is the undeniable attraction she feels for him. It is only when he confesses their fates and souls have been intertwined for centuries that an ancient secret is revealed. Now, the two of them must outrun a great darkness or it will claim their lives again.

About The Author:

A.P. Watson grew up in the small, southern town of Estill Springs, Tennessee. Growing up in a rural town allowed her imagination to run wild, and Paige began making up stories in her head at a young age. This storytelling eventually transformed into a love of writing. She is currently penning her first trilogy, The Concilium Series, and is also planning to write four companion novellas to accompany it. She is an avid reader, enjoying a variety of genres and authors from Jane Austen to Charlaine Harris.

When she isn’t reading or writing, Paige spends the majority of her time dancing. She has been taking pole dancing lessons for the past three years and couldn’t be more in love with the sport. The blend of athleticism, grace, and flexibility required to dance continually challenges her and she strives to not only build strength but defy gravity, as well. Paige has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing from East Tennessee State University. She has been a critical care nurse at Bristol Regional Medical Center for the last five years. She currently resides in Johnson City, Tennessee with her adorable dog, Elle.

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