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Titanians Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles #1) by Victoria Saccenti-Review by Amanda Kimble

Titanian's Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles, #1)Titanian’s Phoenix by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Due 10/19 Titanians Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles Book 2) by Victoria Saccenti

Not the first book I’ve read by Saccenti. This is the first book of the series I’ve read. Saccenti is an amazing author and I can never wait for the next one.

Maya is human and is in for a shock. She is kidnapped along with her godmother. What she doesn’t know is that her life may be changing for the better. The quote I chose for Maya is: “Are you hurt? Are you hurt? The sounds were horrible. What was that disgusting green liquid? Zeus is back to normal too. I’m so happy, so relieved.”

Soren didn’t think he would ever find his mate. Then he gets the shock of his life when she shows up at the bar he’s at. She was told to look for him, meaning something is wrong. The quote I chose for Soren is: “That’s my mate, and she needs me. I’m going to help her. Now.”

Highly recommended for Mythology lovers.

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Titnian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Corine Lombardi

Titanian's Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles, #1)Titanian’s Phoenix by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Titanian’s Phoenix ( Titanian Chronicles Book 2)
By: Victoria Saccenti
Genre:Mythology
Pages: 374

This is the type of books I live for.
This is five stars want to give it six, if you are a fan of mythology and romance than you neede to come down this adventure ride with Maya our female lead.
As book two of this seres I must say read book 1 it doesn’t disappoint.
This gives me sexy and romance, adventure and intrigue.
It is so good I didn’t put it down.
The character development builds in this book that you feel like part of the story.
You will be sucked into the plot.
Victoria Saccenti is the author to look out for.
It is so good I cannot wait to read book three.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Stephanie Nicole

Titanian's Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles, #1)Titanian’s Phoenix by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti was an amazing paranormal romance that left this reader wanting more. Full of suspense, drama, action, romance and so much more Ms. Saccenti gives us so many twists and turns that you won’t want to stop reading until you find out what happens. While I love paranormal romance I was initially drawn to this book by its beautiful cover. But the cover was Not the only beautiful thing about this book the characters are simply amazing and Ms. Saccenti has not only an amazing way with words but also a beautiful and eventful plot line. But if you want to know what happens with Soren and Maya you’ll have to read Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti for yourself.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Christine Taysom

Titanian's Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles, #1)Titanian’s Phoenix by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was absolutely spellbinding! The complex world and magic was perfect and the characters were so well written and I just loved every page. It is very fast paced and hard to put down. I loved the lore surrounding Soren and Maya and reading their story as the plot developed was thrilling. There is plenty of steamy romance and plenty of action also. The story revolves around Maya and Soren and their inner circle as they fight for all of the good with magic, supernatural creatures and humans against the evil determined to turn the tide in their favor. The other characters in their inner circle all have complexities and I hope to read more about them. All in all I am in awe of the magical world and lore built in this story and can’t wait to read the next book! Highly recommend this book!

Reviewed by @prettybird-marie

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti

Titanian’s Phoenix is a fantasy/romance that I absolutely loved reading. I loved the story and the characters. I needed an adventure and this didn’t disappoint. I found myself lost in the pages and couldn’t stop until I finished. There’s action, mythical creatures, magic and romance . Maya and Soren have a strong connection from the get go . Maya always thought she was normal. Her grandmother used to tell her stories or so she thought that’s what they were. When they are kidnapped she learns of a whole nother life she only thought existed in the stories she was told. Find out what happens next in this absolute must read. This is definitely one I’m going to re-read. Im looking forward reading more from this Author.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Netania Lim

Titanian's Phoenix: Titanian ChroniclesTitanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a great read, with plenty of both old and new world fantasy, magical beings and powers, and tons of action. The worldbuilding is incredible and the descriptions are so vivid. I loved the idea of Maya and Soren supposedly fated to be mates but whatever their concerns, their romance is timeless, even with all of the action and adventure they go through as well. The other characters are also well-developed. This is definitely a page-turner read.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Candida Hopper

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles
By Victoria Saccenti

This book took me on a great adventure. I was drawn in from the beginning and I couldn’t put it down. This story is rich in detail with great world building. There is action, danger, magic, romance and wonderful characters. I enjoyed watching Maya learn and grow into her powers. The moment Maya and Soren meet you can feel the connection between these two and their connection grows and gets stronger as the story goes. This book also has a lot of other characters that I grew very fond of. I cannot wait to read what comes next. I can’t say enough good things about this book. I highly recommend reading it.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Erica Fish

Titanian's Phoenix: Titanian ChroniclesTitanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you love fantasy and paranormal books, look no further because Titanian’s Phoenix is the book for you. Victoria Saccenti did an amazing job building this world for us to visit. Her descriptive writing style can be seen from the first page until the last. I felt like I was on a roller coaster ride and I did not want to get off until I was finished with the book. The characters are fully developed with multiple layers so you can bond with them. Maya is unsure of the fantasy world and magic. Maya’s godmother, Anna, and herself are kidnapped by elves. Maya and Anna get freed by this unknown power. Now Maya is learning about everything. Maya finds Soren and the rest is exciting. There is a bond between Soren and Maya that makes Soren protective over Maya and Maya learning more about her role in the fantasy world. I highly recommend this book to see what happens between Maya and Soren.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Kayla Octaviano

Titanian's Phoenix: Titanian ChroniclesTitanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a romance novel that travels well throughout the realms. The magic and supernatural element makes it such a special read. “Titanian’s Phoenix” is written with such intense experiences in mind, the words are made to flow together beautifully. The main characters grow together and make each other better. Their relationship is the relationship everybody wants: intuitive towards each other’s wants and needs, unconditional love under any circumstances, and complete and total trust in the shared commitment. Read this book if you enjoy romance, lust, bravery, cool fight scenes, supernatural magic, and a whole new world to lose yourself in. The author makes the reader feel safe, loved, adventurous, and adored, simply by experiencing the characters feelings for one another and heir societal obligations.

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Titanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Dani Dando

Titanian's Phoenix: Titanian ChroniclesTitanian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So nothing rains on a normal parade than being kidnapped by a bunch of elves along with your godmother, the same godmother that has told you all your life that you are absolutely normal. To be honest, I would get suspicious by such an assertion made so many times, but Maya doesn’t notice how shady this is till she is knee-deep in pointy-eared problems and gets out of it by some mysterious power that she had been assured all her life was not a thing.
Not long after these massive bombshells exploded in her lap and blew any chance of normality out of the water, her godmother (name of Anna by the way) tells her to go and find the owner of a magical bar by the name of Soren. I have to say, I quite liked the name Soren for a male lead, was obscure but not to the point that you got the impression the author had pored through a book of weird baby names that no one ever thought of. When Maya and Soren meet, sparks fly, stars align and they connect, with Soren realising that, even though it had never been in the scrolls for him, that she is his mate and will literally do anything to protect her.
I really liked this, especially the fantasy elements. I especially liked the moments in the bar, wished it were somewhere that actually existed where I could just pop off to for drink, but alas with the way things are that is a fantasy. I think that Saccenti has created something really interesting here and look forward to reading more of her work.

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