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8 thoughts on “Pure Sacrifice (Mythos Legacy #2)

  1. Robin Witt Robin Witt says:

    I stayed up Way past my bedtime to finish this Fun and sweet Love is Triumphant DBaddies all got what they had coming in a satisfying wayHave tissues ready for Christmas break in Iowa snifflesfirst 40 or 45% of the book was pretty PGPG 13 but still Hot Last half of the book definitely rated Rother comments from my householdHusband did not read but rates it 5 stars ; Says he is looking forward to me reading the next book in the series teheheCorgi Dog Loves Molly but thinks that a Corgi would have been better than a border Collie in that spot I told him he was being self centered but he just demanded pets and a biscuit and said that was his comment on the story


  2. Sieran Sieran says:

    Honestly I'm uite sad that I finished reading it already but the story was so gripping that it was hard not to read so fastOnto the specifics the tension and pacing were handled very well in that it was never boring Many scenes were uite emotional too and I really empathized with the characters The opening scene was amazing in how it instantly pulled me in by the POV character's emotionsAs for the characters I really really loved Markos even from the start He's so cute funny lovable and honorable As for Celia I deeply felt for her but wasn't that interested in her as a character She's a good and admirable person but I think the awesomeness of Markos overshadowed her so that I didn't feel as fond of her as I could have been But again I truly empathized with Celia and could relate to her experiences even though I've never been through anything as bad as she did O Her backstory tugged at my heartstrings and at times even made my eyes a little moistI also love Jami's style of having a great focus on the psychology of the protagonists They each have their own emotional issues to deal with and overcome just like most of us and this makes the story not only even enjoyable but psychologically penetrating and deepSo I never felt that Markos and Celia were relating to each other in a shallow way They were really engaging with one another in a profound and meaningful way which assures me that their relationship will stay strong and happyAs for other comments I really appreciated how the setting descriptions were never too long to be boring but they were also never too bare as to make me feel lost and confused about where the story was There was just the right amount of descriptionThe prose was also clean easy to read and flowed I don't remember seeing any typos so the editing was done well tooThe only criticism I can think of right now is that there were a few instances where I was confused about which person a pronoun referred to Usually readers would assume automatically that the pronoun refers to the person last mentioned in the prose if the pronoun matches this person's gender So if we later find out that the person we assumed the she or he referred to was actually not the right person we are momentarily taken out of the story This confusion of pronoun reference was not a huge problem though as I still gave Pure Sacrifice five starsI look forward to reading the next novel in this series Ironclad Devotion


  3. Jon Abbott Jon Abbott says:

    If you are a book addict as I am you will be familiar with the exuisite torture of finding a book that is pure enjoyment to read even if the emotional ride is a roller coaster and then discovering that you are coming to the end that there are fewer and fewer pages – or electrons between your finger and the back cover This is my happy problem with Pure Sacrifice I don’t I didn't want it to endLook I’m a guy and most of you are probably women deciding whether or not to buy Jami Gold's excellent novel I can’t tell you what type of guys you find sexy in a fantasy sort of way or what heroines you identify with – or don’t but secretly want to be For me Markos is a man well he isn’t a man he’s a unicorn with a man shape I’d dearly want to be Celia is a woman I’d deeply enjoy to know and to bed Smart kind and sexy I’m married and happily so so I’m not trading mine in but a look in the window won’t hurt will it?Seriously as one teacher of writers puts it “every romance will have a conflict rooted in power The heroine needs something from the hero and vice versa” As a guy I get bored with a steady diet of space operas power struggles shot em ups or pirates and aliens What I relish about Pure Sacrifice now the third of Ms Gold’s books I’ve read is how detailed yet how natural she makes the struggle between the Markos whose need to save his race is embodied in Celia and Celia who needs to find a cause to believe in and a person to believe in her The play of emotions trust and misunderstandings make Pure Sacrifice a wonderful tale You will enjoy discovering what they need from each other and how those needs are fulfilled or are notMy disclaimer I've sent Ms Gold's website for writers a few emails but I don't know her She did not ask me to review her book which I bought


  4. Davonne Burns Davonne Burns says:

    Okay I'm going to level with you This is the first hetero romance I've read in a very long time where I made it past the first couple of chapters Not only that I stayed up well past midnight on a school night no less to read as far as I couldThe characters setting and world building meshed to create a fascinating read Markos was amazingly conflicted in his desire to help Celia and resist succumbing to her charms Celia for her part was strong but not at the cost of her femininity and allowed to have a full range of emotions something I really appreciatedThe only sticking point I had was the attempted rape scene I understand why it was used and that it's something that worked for the story though I wish there could have been another way Ah well just a minor nitpickOverall I loved this story and the build up between the two of them Watching both of them learn what it means to be not just friends but lovers


  5. Ashley Hanson Ashley Hanson says:

    Great Concept Decently WrittenFirstly I want to say that I'm very happy to see some virgin representation in adult romantic fiction Nowadays it feels like everyone has to have been a Playboy to be a romantic hero Gold obviously doesn't let this be the case in her interesting novel about were unicorn princes and their chosen bridesWriting wise I have no complaints The grammar was flawless which is a pretty rare find in novels Gold had strong command over her words at a basic level for most readers of adult literature It helped that her main characters were younger er had younger bodies and surroundings and she wasn't afraid to get creative with language and culture Personality came through a bit muddled in that regard Gold switches perspectives throughout the novel between romantic pair Markos and Celia Individually they are very interesting characters both born into manipulation or abusive scenarios Thankfully they overcome them together and give each other strength However there were many instances in this story where I felt like their attitudes and uirks were dictated to me rather than shown Instead of seeing Celia in her element and conducting science during the exposition we are told that she's good at it and only later does it come into play Similarly whenever Markos was upset we are only told he's upset but receive little physical reaction Obviously this is not always the case Gold did very well keeping us in the loop with their emotions But sometimes I felt like I wasn't trusted to discover things on my own Like all the horse puns? Yeah I noticed them and they were great—but were always followed with a did you get it? It's a horse pun kind of line which detracted from the initial cleverness For me I like it when a writer knows I'm an adult and can get excited about these things on my ownSpeaking of excitement—the sex scenes were amazing The concept of it and the integration of fantasy and other new things were refreshing I'll leave it to you if you decide to buy but they were definitely some of the best scenes in this novelIn short sometimes it felt like I wasn't treated like a competent reader who could keep up with the plot and the characterization could have used a bit development also attention to mental health would have been nice but overall it was a good read and entertaining Gold definitely did her job in that regard and I don't regret buying this bookThanks Keep reading


  6. Doris Mahala Doris Mahala says:

    Markos Celia Hawkins Molly black and white Border Collie miss Auntie and yet there are many friends that are waiting in the wings for Celia to meet More love than she and Markos can ever keep to themselves The magic they create goes out to the lands of mythos and earth to heal both landsA page turner and again I started with book 2 and need to contact the author and see if she is interested in allowing me to peek at book 1 Lol


  7. Sharon Hughson Sharon Hughson says:

    As you can see I had a hard time putting this book down I give it a solid 45 out of five starsIt misses five stars simply because I feel like the depth of these characters is uestionable I like them adore themI love the Mythos Plane and I can't wait to discover about it I enjoyed the brief mention of the first book's heroine and the obvious hint toward the heroine a fairy of the next book This is a perfect sort of series where each story stands alone but the characters may appear in the other novels These unicorns are seriously awesome There are no rainbows hereAnother reason for me rounding DOWN is because the plot felt predictable to me This could be because the author added in the right amount of detail and foreshadowing and since I'm also a writer I connected the dots This is a1 star demerit when the writing and world building is so amazingYes there are erotic scenes I expected that and tended to skim themThe first scene in the book will raise the hair on your arm and slam your sensibilities into a brick wall If you're interested in mythical creatures and don't mind heart pounding romance you'll definitely want to check out the latest by Jami Gold


  8. Shaaer Shaaer says:

    Got the book as part of goodreads giveaway Thanks to the authorReview to come


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Pure Sacrifice (Mythos Legacy #2) [Reading] ➱ Pure Sacrifice (Mythos Legacy #2) ➹ Jami Gold – Thomashillier.co.uk To save his race he must keep the chosen virgin pure But she has other plans A shapeshifting unicorn desperate to save his race The last guardian of his kind Markos Ambrostead must keep the chosen Vir To save his race he must keep the chosen virgin pure But she has other plans A shapeshifting unicorn desperate to save his race The last guardian of his kind Markos Ambrostead must keep the chosen Virgin hidden and untainted But when an attacker breaches his protective magic he's forced to reveal himself to defend her life A tenacious woman who refuses to be ignored Celia Hawkins wishes the world would get a clue and stop treating her like she's invisible Only one man notices her or is that her imagination After narrowly escaping an attempted rape she demands answers from her mysterious rescuer—starting with why he's been following her Rules were made to be broken Markos can't risk being tempted by the Virgin yet emboldened by his attention Celia's determined to become his friend Maybe Maybe much Now he must hold onto his crumbling willpower to maintain her purity—or his tribe will become extinct Note For adult readers contains hot sex scenes and edgy situations For an introduction to the Mythos Legacy world check out the short story Unintended Guardian.