Air Bound by Christine Feehan – a Review and Giveaway

Air Bound by Christine Feehan – a Review and Giveaway


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Air Bound
Sisters of the Heart (Sea Haven)- Book#3
by Christine Feehan
Release Date: May 27, 2014
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For as far back as she can remember, Airiana Ridell has always been aware of her extraordinary gift. She can intuit revealing and illuminating ‘patterns’ in the air around her-whether in a spray of mist, in billowing clouds, or in the dense swirls of an impenetrable fog. Her abilities led to her placement in a secret government training facility when she was a child, but everything changed after her mother was murdered.

Airiana fled the program, but she couldn’t outrun the desperate members of a shadowy cabal who want her, who need her, who will kill to get her. Kidnapped and held aboard a ship bound for dangerous seas, her only chance for rescue is Maxim Prakenskii. He has his reasons for helping her, but he isn’t about to reveal them to Airiana. Not yet. Not as the two are drawn together as moth to flame. Not when there are so many secrets yet untold that could shatter the quaint community of Sea Haven and all who reside there…


Air Bound is the 3rd book in Christine Feehan’s Sisters of the Heart series, which is part of her Sea Haven series.  I loved the first arc of Sea Haven, the Drake Sisters, which is one of my favorite series.  Sisters of the Heart is different, though it does take place in the town the Drakes sisters live in. The sisters are not related, but have been brought together from a common bond, something terrible that happened to them in their earlier lives; they also have elemental powers, with each having something different.  The sisters live on a farm land, with each having their own homes on the land that is protected to keep them safe.  As we are in the third book, the first two sisters, Rikki and Judith are happily married to a Prakenskii; men who are former powerful Russian mercenaries/undercover agents, and whom will do everything to protect the land. We already know the other sisters will eventually find their mates within the remaining brothers. 

Air Bound belongs to Airiana who is an air elemental.  We spend a short time with the girls, as Airiana wakes up screaming from a bad dream.  If her dreams are beginning again, it is a bad omen, as something is going happen.  Not too long later, Airiana is kidnapped and taken on a ship.  We meet our hero, Maxim, who helps protect Airiana from the other men involved in the kidnapping.  He tells her she is being brought to meet her scientist father, whom she knows nothing about. 

What follows is an exciting story that begins from the start, and continues on a wild ride to the finish.  Maxim is all business, trying to protect Airiana.  But it doesn’t take long for both of them to feel their attraction, though Maxim will fight it a lot longer. He refuses to allow his feelings to put them in danger.  As I noted, it is a wild tension & action filled ride, with danger, fighting, death at each stop.  Along the way, Airiana does meet her father, but there are so many twists, betrayals, and bloodshed, that if you blink for a second, you will miss something.  We also get to meet some new permanent characters that are being added. 

We know Maxim is a killing machine, and at times I found it hard to believe he could get out of all those dangerous situations.  They worked well together, and Airiana learned how to help Maxim and fight back. 

With all the non-stop action and excitement, the romance between them built fairly quickly, and became sizzling. I loved Airiana, especially when she became surer of herself. Once again, another Prakenskii comes along and I fall in love all over again. Except for maybe Ilya, Maxim is now my favorite. There were a number of villains, and one who I’m sure will be part of the next book or thereafter.  The entire story was excitement every single moment, but it was great to see in the last quarter of the book, how the sisters used their elemental powers to team with the three Prakenskii men in a fantastic exciting climax.

Christine Feehan has given us another fabulous Sisters of the Heart story, witih Air Bound and I look forward to the next one.

Reviewed by Barb

Copy provided by Publisher

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46 thoughts on “Air Bound by Christine Feehan – a Review and Giveaway

  1. Very nice review Barb-sadly this is the only Christine Feehan series I have not read although I have all of the Sisters of the Heart books-just haven’t had the chance to read them.

  2. Awesome review Barb. I have mine on order and can’t wait to read it . Love Feehan’s work and this , And this one sounds like another winner .

  3. Absolutely LOVE Christine Feehan’s books! I particularly love this series and her
    Carpathians. Would definitely enjoy having this book so please enter me. I don’t want to miss out. Thanks.

  4. Can’t wait to get mine in fact I wanted it so bad I have it on two different orders at B@N. LOL Fabulous review Barb and you have made me twice as anxious to get it now. Those Russian Prakinskii’s are so hot all of them we have met so far I can’t wait to meet Maxim.

  5. I’ve read all of Christine Feehan’s books and have been waiting for t his book! I loved the Drake sisters series and have enjoyed this series as well.

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  6. I count the days between Christine’s releases. I love her books and the different series. Can’t wait to start this one….great review Barb.

  7. I absolutely love anything Christine Feehan writes. My favorite though will always be her Dark Carpathians which were the first books of hers that I read. Would love the have this book & thx you for this fantastic opportunity!!!

  8. I have not gotten into this series yet, this would be a great way to get started though. LOL
    I have been a fan of Christines for many moons now. I started with the carpthians and went on from there.

  9. Shoot forgot this book comes out tomorrow. Damn I’m so behind on my fav author’s books it’s killing me. Time to start playing catch up I guess. That is after I finish Nora’s newest stand alone from my library. Sorry Barb, not commenting on the review till I read the book, don’t want any spoilers. 😉

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