I’ll spit this out right now. Clare hired me to edit this novel. We met on a writers forum where I began offering my services as a freelance editor to writers for a knock off price. I’m glad Clare chose me over 70+ others because I have thoroughly enjoyed working with her and seeing Trinity develop through the drafts. And now, on the launch day of Trinity, I’m really excited and proud to see it go live and I hope readers enjoy it as much as I did!
Kiana longs to walk through a forest and feel grass between her toes. But she is the living embodiment of a goddess and has enemies who wish to murder her. Her death will curse the whole of Gettryne. Locked away for protection, she dreams of freedom.
Her wish comes true in the worst possible way, when her home and defenders are destroyed. Along with an inexperienced guard and a hunted outcast, Kiana flees the ravages of battle to search for a solution to the madness that has gripped Gettryne for a thousand years. Pursued by the vicious and unrelenting Wolves, their journey will take them far beyond their limits, to a secret that will shake the world.
Trinity captured me from the first draft. I was drawn into the story immediately and was thrown into riveting action when the Wolves attack. Clare has an amazing gift for writing characters and driving emotion into the story. I fell in love with all the characters and rooted them throughout the novel. I love the tension and conflict between the two male characters and the naïve, empathetic female who stood between them. Every character has demons they had to face and it was a delight to watch them grow and develop their relationship through the course of the novel.
I enjoyed the tense mystery towards the end of the novel and the wondrous world of magic Clare built up around her characters. The way she describes the otherworldly aspect really brought it to life. Through the characters Clare manipulated my emotions to make me feel empathy towards the suffering of characters both major and minor. She has a great gift for storytelling and I look forward to reading her future works.
I would like to congratulate Clare on the publication of Trinity and wish her all the best in her writing life.