Scattered Ashes by Annie Anderson

Awesome start to what is certainly going to be a great series. My poor family.  When I read a book like this they are seriously ignored. (Good thing I always have pb & j in the house!)

This unique story started off with a bang and only continues to build from there. When Aurelia and Rhys get together their pain and passion work against and for them. I liked the blending of paranormal characters that we don’t often see. I thought she did a good job with the action scenes. I felt like I was in the fight right along with everyone else. I added the rest of the series to my TBR. For a debut novel, she nailed it.




Aurelia Constantine is having a rough century.
Plagued by visions of murder, death and destruction, she has resigned herself to the nightmare her life has become. When an enemy from her past comes to her rescue, she must let go of old wounds and heal the breach so she may survive the evil poisoning her mind.
Rhys Stevens is guilty.
Murder. Betrayal. Treason. Take your pick; he’s guilty of them all. On the path of redemption, he must beg for forgiveness from the one person he fought to save – the woman he has always loved.
Thrown together in the trenches of war, they must work as a team to stop a monstrous puppet master from pulling their strings.
Ashes, ashes. We all fall down.
Get ready to burn. 


Annie Anderson is a military wife and United States Air Force veteran. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she is a southern girl at heart, but has lived all over the US and abroad. As soon as the military stops moving her family around, she’ll settle on a state, but for now she enjoys being a nomad with her husband, two daughters, and old man of a dog.

In her past lives, Annie has been a lifeguard, retail manager, dental lab technician, accountant, and now she writes fast-paced paranormal thrillers with some serious heat.




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Annie will be attending Space Coast Book Lovers June1-4.


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