Saturday, September 19, 2015

In Plain Sight by Senayda Pierre

“Hide in plain sight. Grandfather’s mantra is forever ingrained in me.”

Sahalie is the last of her lineage, bearing supernatural abilities gifted by the Spirits. She knows that in order to unlock her full potential she needs to find her mate. Yet in order to protect herself Sahalie knows she cannot reveal her secret abilities nor share her lineage with anyone but her true mate. She feels an instant and an undeniable connection with Yuma. Her Spirit Animal, a sassy little red fox is also drawn to the man’s Spirit Animal, a powerful tiger.

The problem?

Yuma is the son of an Elder. An Elder’s son means Yuma is neck-deep in community politics and drama. And she wants none of that. While Sahalie tries to avoid Yuma, the pull of true mates is evident and soon they find themselves unable to stay apart. 

“What is it about you Sahalie?” I voice the question that’s haunted me since I first locked gazes with her.

Yuma has a very difficult decision to make… Will he follow his heart and Spirit Animal’s wishes and claim Sahalie as his true mate or will he uphold his duty to the communities and follow through with an arranged mating?

Yuma’s life-altering decision will affect everyone… not just him and Sahalie but the future of all their communities.


WOW... I haven't cried reading a book in a long time...Jeez!

Love stories with legend and spirit animals... This story is more about true mates, destiny, choices and the impact of family history and education on our way of dealing with life.
It was really a cool awesome read.

I was hooked from the start because of the relationship Sahalie has with her grandfather and the old beliefs that are fainting away
Sahalie is appealing in her strength and weakness. I like her openness, her ability to be kind and dedicated to her family's heritage.
Only trouble...Forgiveness is not easy.

Her fox is funny in her sassiness and to be honest I envy all characters for possessing spirit animals. Must be cool to be connected to someone who knows you so well.

Anyway, following Sahalie's adventures, I was really turning the page eagerly until my heart has broken... The author way of dealing with deep emotions, tender or sad, are really moving. You cannot stay untouched.
And for me, as a reader, it's the best feeling when a story is able to make you react.

Really really recommend this lovely story.

*Arc provided by Netgalley.
I received this book in exchange of a fair and honest review.

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