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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Cindy Rushin

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I had not read any other books by this author, but I am always looking for my next fix when it comes to my next reading adventure. When reading the synopsis of the book, it sounded interesting especially since I have always had an interest in mythology from a very young age. The book did not disappointment me. The story was interesting and kept attention from the beginning to the end. The story of Merope and Orion is one that you will not be able to put down. It is an enjoyable read.

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Maura Harper

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I enjoy stories that modernize Greek Mythology and weave new and old into a story that holds the myth origins to their “truth”.

Orion’s kiss is just that type of story. It is YA and I think the targeted demographic will learn things without even realizing it. Well written with wonderful world building, this story had a little bit of everything. It moves at a good pace and held my interest from beginning to end.

Another well developed story that I recommend.

review by @mauraharper

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Kari Anne Horstman

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I can NOT praise this book enough! I couldn’t put it down!! It was extremely well written and a fun read. Incredible detail to the back story and ‘building’ the world this story takes place in. I genuinely hope we get some kind of sequel because I love these characters!! Literally one of my favorite reads this year. Very well done. 5 stars.

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Moriah Venable

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Orion’s Kiss is a novel by Claire Luana. This is my sixth novel by this author.

I noticed the beautiful cover before read the plot.

Meriah Carmichael is forced to watch as her sister dies. Atleast that is her name in this lifetime. Before her name was Metrope who was a half nymph, half Titan. One of the sister tried to free their Dad Atlas from their curses but failed and got cursed themselves.

So now each lifetime, Metrope has to watch Orion’s, Zeus’ bodyguard kills her sisters but this time maybe she has found a way to stop him.

I really enjoyed this story. I don’t know much about Greek mythology but I always love stories that have that element in them.

Meriah was an interesting character and I thought it was cool that our name is similar just spelled different.

I thought Orion was some bad guy who enjoyed what he was doing but there was more to his character that I originally thought.

I look forward to reading more by this author.

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana is a YA fantasy that is a wonderful read. I found that the author wrote a exciting story, that I was hooked right away. What really drew me in was how the author used Greek Mythology and created her own twist and version. I felt that the characters were so well thought out and developed. Every chapter, you see two enemies that truly are the only hope they both have. I love as they developed more and more they could be such a force when working together. I highly recommend this standalone read and I look forward to reading more by this author.

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

I have read a few books by this author and I have to say that this has to be my favourite so far! The authors amazing writing transported me completely into the world that she was describing and I was completely captivated by what I was reading. The characters were well thought out and developed – I really, really enjoyed reading about them. I really liked the modern twist on Greek mythology in my opinion I thought it made the story original. I liked that the story was told completely from Merope/Meriah’s point of view, I am usually a fan of dual POV’s but I don’t think it would have worked for this particularly story. Along with the main characters there were some great secondary characters that I enjoyed getting to know also.
Overall I really enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend – I think it would be suited for YA’s who enjoy fantasy reads!

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Candida Hopper

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Orion’s Kiss
by Claire Luana

I really enjoyed reading this book. It was easy to follow along what was happening in the present and what happened in the past. I liked how we got history in mythology throughout the story. The characters were fun and the friendships they shared made it that much better of a read. The author did awesome with the characters in keeping them young yet didn’t make them completely stupid as sometimes I have noticed happens in some books when dealing with teenagers. I thought this story was entertaining and kept me captivated throughout. I highly recommend this wonderful read. I have read other books by this author and if you like fantasy I suggest you check out other books from her, you will not be disappointed.

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Erica Fish

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana is an interesting story. The description says it is YA Paranormal Romance, but saying that I would categorize it as MA. This is a mythological story and grabbed my interest for that point alone. It is was written beautifully. I could not stop reading the book until I read the last page. One main reason I would call this MA is because of the undertones of the words. It has face value meaning which makes it YA, but if you understand the undertones it takes on a whole new meaning. Merope is the youngest of seven sisters who sees visions of her sister’s death. Orion is the one who murders her sisters all so long ago. She needs to kill him to break the curse put on her and sisters. Will Merope be able stop Orion or will this be her curse forever?

Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Sara Oxton

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana a fantasy of a four-star read. This is sublime, I adore Greek mythology and adventure, and this is so well done, it will take you on a path that you need to follow. Mer is a great character and she tells a great story, this was mythology with a twist and so much more thrown in, there is light romance and drama so much drama. There is pain and darkness, but it is YA so its not that dark overall, just a good story that will keep you hooked.

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Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana

Orion’s Kiss by Claire Luana is a very well developed and creative story that I found myself lost in the pages and couldn’t put down till the last page. Greek Mythology fascinates me .Merope has a curse and shes determined to break it but until that happens she lives her life over and over and over again. In order to break it she has to kill Orion question is can she do it? Can she break the family curse? Find out what happens next in this absolute must read! I can’t wait to read more from this Author.

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