No Such Thing

No Such Thing

Michelle O'Leary / Sep 17, 2019

No Such Thing In a desperate war the temptation to use any weapon is irresistible Ryelle Soliere a telenetic with the ability to move objects with her mind is either the Fleet s most powerful weapon or their gre

  • Title: No Such Thing
  • Author: Michelle O'Leary
  • ISBN: 9781490489483
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a desperate war, the temptation to use any weapon is irresistible Ryelle Soliere, a telenetic with the ability to move objects with her mind, is either the Fleet s most powerful weapon or their greatest downfall in the war against the GenTec She is the strongest telenetic to ever come out of the Institute, frightening even her own kind with the extent of her talent RIn a desperate war, the temptation to use any weapon is irresistible Ryelle Soliere, a telenetic with the ability to move objects with her mind, is either the Fleet s most powerful weapon or their greatest downfall in the war against the GenTec She is the strongest telenetic to ever come out of the Institute, frightening even her own kind with the extent of her talent Raised in isolation and taught strict control, Ryelle boards the flagship of the Fleet determined to prove her worth in battle and her obedience to the Institute Until she meets Declan McCrae With his open, trusting friendship and his sweet, compelling seduction, he reveals a world she s never seen and changes her beliefs about herself and her abilities Feeling Ryelle slipping their control, the Institute sets out to teach the pair the price of love and war Ryelle and Declan must discover if their future holds victory, or if there is no such thing as peace.

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      • Michelle O'Leary

        Scifi fantasy romance author Michelle O Leary resides in Marquette, MI which graces the shore of pristine Lake Superior Born and raised in Upper Michigan, Michelle is a child of nature, enjoying all things outdoors.Originally published through a small e publisher, Michelle became an independent author publishing her work through Kindle, CreateSpace, and Smashwords before being accepted into The Wild Rose Press family Her titles include Vessel of Power, The Huntress, The Third Sign, Last Chance Sunscapes Trilogy , No Such Thing, and .Michelle is a mother first, a dedicated chocoholic, a contented Michigander, and a delirious word lover She loves all feedback and is always happy to hear from readers Facebook Page facebook molearythorFacebook Profile facebook michelle.ole


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    1. Oh, I enjoyed this book very, very much!!!At first I thought that it was NA, because the MCs were very young and naive, but, surprisingly, I enjoyed even that part! Strange, no? ;)In the first part the heroine, Ryelle, is subdued, controlled, restrained and so, so alone. She's the most powerful telenetic. Her powers are not even mesurable, so the (odious) Institute, (view spoiler)[apart having put her mother in a come to better control her!!! (hide spoiler)] controls her through a pain inducer s [...]


    2. The author has a way of writing sci-fi romances that makes me WANT to read them, especially considering sci-fi isn't one of my favourite genre's. She writes such compelling stories of characters that you grow to like and care about.That aside the storylines are pretty interesting too. This one spanned 15 years, although it missed out the middle bit; we got the 17 and 19 year old ones and the 32 and 34 year old ones. Sweet, first love to hot, still first loves.Another great story from the author. [...]


    3. There are some books I read and I just fall in love with them, where every aspect is just right and the book is a sheer joy to read from start to finish. No Such Thing is one of those books. No hesitation in giving this book a well deserved 5 stars.



    4. There are many stories out there that I think would have been far better had they been condensed in to a single book, but this one is on the other end of the spectrum. There is so much potential story here that squishing it all in to one book doesn't really let anything shine. I could honestly have seen this as a 3 book deal, with the first book being a young woman learning to stretch her wings and find young love away from her oppressive masters, the second detailing exactly how she slipped her [...]


    5. Most of this book to me was an iffy if not solid four stars. The writing was above average but not amazing. I wasnt on the edge of my seat, five star style losing sleep at night to finish it. But the story was interesting enough and the characters were quite likable albeit the timing boy persona VERY much not my usual go to read. The end though, man the end came out of nowhere and blew my socks right off. AMAZING. Without trying to give much away it was like an intense play on Mr and Mrs smith ( [...]


    6. No Such Thing has what I think of as the best of two romantic worlds—sweet, young love plus red-hot sizzling romance. The lead characters, Declan and Ryelle, are drawn together and torn apart by outside forces, but still manage to light up the pages with their chemistry.My other favorite thing about this work is the message of responsibility, using power wisely and making peace within ourselves in order to create a world we want to live in. No Such Thing will take you on a grand adventure fill [...]



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