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Disowned (Allegiance #1) One Desperate Girl, One Courageous Family, One Sacrifice To Save Them All.When Kyraenean Slave Celeste Risks Her Life To Reach The Free Nation Of Etraea, A Country Filled With Technology And Wealth, She Unknowingly Sets Off A Chain Of Events That Will Change Her Life Forever.After Escaping Her New Owner, Celeste Awakens In The Home Of An Etraean Soldier, Sworn To Protect The Fragile Peace.For Corporal Mick Haynes, Life Is Simple Follow The Rules, Do Your Job And Work Your Way Up The Ranks Getting Shot And Finding A Wanted Slave At His Family S Farm Wasn T Part Of The Plan.When A Kyraenean Bounty Hunter Locates Celeste, Mick S Loyalty Will Be Stretched To The Limit.With War On The Horizon, Celeste Faces Two Impossible Choices Both Securing Her Freedom, But Both At A Cost She Could Never Have Imagined.Will Etraea Provide The Freedom She S Longed For Or Shackle Her To An Entirely New Master


10 thoughts on “Disowned (Allegiance #1)

  1. says:

    This book wasn t a loud, dominating book.It wasn t an incredibly explosive, streaking star kind of book.No, Disowned stands out in its quietness, its hominess, its drive to depict a family full of love It may not be as ambitious as the Lunar Chronicles or as violent as the Blades of Acktar, but that s okay.Disowned is, first and foremost, I think, a story about family It s about the family Celeste seeks without realizing it and the one she finds It s about how your loved ones can heal so many wounds and even if they can t cure them all, they still provide the safe arms to run to The thing that spoke most to my heart was that the theme of adoption is central Celeste s real family was awful to her It s the family she finds once she s escaped slavery that is where she is finally able to feel safe, and loved, and happy And I loved that.This isn t my typical format for a review, but I m making ...


  2. says:

    DAHHHHH 12 billion trillion stars Review to come when I can think clearly.


  3. says:

    Me opens book to see if it s any good Me hours later still reading Since this is the first book in the series, I can tell that a lot of things are still being set up, but I m already enjoying the medieval ish feel of the fantasy world Ethan, Maggie, and the children were such sweet characters I especially liked how Ethan was portrayed as strong but also sensitive I felt all the suspense in the first few chapters and even when Mick came home deeply The sense of hiding, waiting, and danger was really strong And can we talk about the heroine She didn t come as some perfect, superlady chosen one Nope, she was realistic, scared, and had to train And I loved her reasons for training too not feminist or anything, just practical A for that Also, her medical skills are fantastic I m excited to see how those serve her as the adventure pans out huge grin I was a little disappointed that Etra didn t figure into the story , but hopefully that will pick up as the series goes on Also, I can t decide about Asher He sconfusing I really loved the monks DThere were a few things that took away from my enjoyment, but they re really just pers...


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    Going into this book, I hardly had a doubt in my mind that I was going to like it I make that assumption a lot, and this time, I wasn t disappointed at all I guess the only reason it isn t five stars is that it s such a quiet book It didn t slam me to the ground and scream in my face with its awesomeness But it was still REALLY, REALLY good Also going into this book, I didn t quite know what I was expecting other than loveliness It was one of those that even though I may have read the synopsis, I just didn t know what I was about to plunge into.And what did I find, you ask Well I found a family This family is called the Haynes family, and they are epic Joe and Sadie are the most precious of the precious 3 3 Like I feel like YA needs innocent little children like these two darling kiddos.The sibling love is one of my best parts of this book The way Joe looks up to Mick as a role model melts my heart, and the care and compassion Mick shows to both him and Sadie is just UGH, I LOVE YOU FOR THAT, MICK I mean, the guy does have some issues, but I m ...


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    Thoughts Ethan and Maggie are a sweet couple 3 Mick nothanks y allcanhavehim I really admire Celeste for her independence That girl knows what s up and she won t let anybody push her around Me like nods Can t she marry Asher tho I LIKE Asher He s funny and down to earth Also, I really hope Celeste becomes a soldier in the next book To heck with convention Let her realize her potential She s good at this stuff The setting is quite interesting, really It s not much like any other fantasy book I ve read It s kind of a mishmash of several cultures and aesthetics sometimes it felt like the Old West, other times it felt like Africa, and so on Which is rather cool The concept of warrior monks intrigues me hardcore I really like the ending It doesn t try to wrap everything up...


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    When one of my close Goodreads friends messaged me asking if I would like to alpha read for her, I said yes a bit fearfully, not sure what to expect out of her debut novel What if the writing was horrible or I didn t like the plot I would be stuck reading it And how would I politely say I disliked it to my GR friend that I had become close with over the past couple of months Let me just say that I shouldn t have worried I Loved This Book Loved it The night Sarah added to Goodreads and set up her author profile, I was up till 1 A.M emailing her ecstatically and sitting in front of my computer with a goofy smirk plastered to my face Really ask my brother he s my sole witness in this case I think he found it amusing to see his usually intelligent sister reduced to a fangirling blubbering mess So, what is it about Disowned, book one in the Allegiance series by Sarah Addison Fox, that has caused my excessive fangirling and driven me to disturb the lives of so many of my friends and family by loudly and rep...


  7. says:

    I picked this book up for free on Kindle, and I am very glad I didn t pay for it First off, here are some things I did like about the book 1 The characters were very vivid They shined through the pages, making you feel like you knew them personally.2 The writing style was solid It kept me turning the pages.3 I loved Mick s family They were awesome, lovable people.What I didn t like so much 1 The number one reason this book got such a low rating for me was all the references to nudity I have a very good imagination, so this was a bit disturbing how many times Celeste was without clothes Even in her memory s of being a slave there were a lot of mentions of it and what they wanted to use her as Now I will say, it was always for a good reason, but I really hated it and felt it could have been avoided.2 Mick is a jerk Now, he isn t a Christian, so I ll give him some slack, but I really wanted to punch him repeatedly He hates Celeste until she turns up in a pretty dress, then he s all over her He can t keep his eyes off her especially when she shows up in a tight shirt He also cusses mildly several times and is drunk at one point 3 I felt lost through a lot of the book I could never figure out what kind of setting it was in 4 Other then mentioning God briefly several times, there was almost no Christian content Overall, I think a lot of people would like this book, but it was not my kind of bo...


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    This book was free on kindle as part of a celebration of the author s birthday I snagged it while it was free.Another day, another book review This book had a lot of ups and downs for me Story WorldThe story world was unique Two countries that border each other, one has slaves, the other is where slaves escape to hide.PlotThe plot follows the main character, Celeste, as well as the family she finds herself in The book has multiple point of views, all in third person Celeste has many ups and downs in her adventures.CharactersCeleste She s an escaped slave who often tries to run from the family who s brought her in She has trust issues, understandably.Mick A soldier who s on leave to visit his family He believes in following the law and reporting escaped slaves He finds out something life changing I feel like he was too calm about it, but his cha...


  9. says:

    4.5 stars Review coming.


  10. says:

    Review originally posted on my book blog What a unique, enjoyable book The story kept me absorbed and guessing, and it s a nice mix of action thrilling, and life sequences with character moments There s a dash of romance which was alternately cute and frustrating just say what you mean, already, characters The usual It could be raw and real and emotional and deal with war and things, but also be lighthearted and fun at other times Quite balanced and well written Anyway, I liked the story and I can t wait to see where it goes next On to characters Mick was my favorite I loved him The soldier type, he has a temper and a gruff exterior at times, but he s goodhearted and loyal, and has a wry sense of humor His dialog was the best D It was also neat picking out his relationships with everyone around him, like his family and Celeste and Asher.Celeste was a good heroine and I liked how the author did a great job with her outlook on things clearly showing how foreign the normal world of Mick and his family was to her, since Celeste is from the country with which his homeland is at war I loved Mick and...