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Publisher's Summary

A captive God who must be freed. An Evil God set to enslave the world of Kimtair. A hero and two heroines from Earth join forces with Kimtair's warrior-princess and princes to battle the Evil One's minions.
Can they defeat the Evil God and win freedom for their people?
©2011 Debra Holland (P)2014 Debra Holland
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Critic Reviews

"Very well written and great fantasy romance." (Geeky Girl Reviews)
"A wonderfully developed fantasy world provides the backdrop for a story that has all the elements beloved by fantasy readers." (Loves Reading)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Grynnie on 06-10-18

Fantastic tie up to the trilogy

As in the first two books, the third book starts with a present-day person from Earth entering a mysterious building out in the middle eastern desert. Rumors abound in the area regarding these ruins. It is said that once you go in you won't come out. Sadie has nothing left to lose. Her beloved grandmother just passed away and the last thing she asked was for Sadie to return a medallion. After much searching Sadie finds herself in the desert with the medallion guiding her way. Up until a recent injury, Sadie was training for the Olympics in fencing. Now she knows she is physically unable to do that. She enters the building and finds herself meeting a goddess, the same goddess that transported the other two Earthlings from books 1 and 2. She too is transported to yet another location on the faraway world of Kimtair. Everything here is different and she discovers that not only does this world contain the goddess she met but that there are actually 6 gods and goddesses in total. Warring gods and goddesses, Oh My! It will take Sadie and the characters from the first two books to straighten out this mess and bring peace to all. Most importantly, can a person that has committed evil be redeemed?

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5 out of 5 stars
By erobbins33 on 08-26-15

Stunning Conclusion!

If you could sum up Harvest of Dreams in three words, what would they be?

Gods fight sometimes :-)

Who was your favorite character and why?

Sadie. She was courageous and selfless. To go from being an Olympic caliber swordswoman to a valiant warrior, by choice, to help people from another world, is incredibly brave.

Which scene was your favorite?

The tsunami when they were fighting the pirates.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Several scenes were poignant, though I didn't cry. The final battle, when the arch-priestess finally realizes she's being duped by her God, was intense.

Any additional comments?

I thoroughly enjoyed this trilogy, and would recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy. The book was very well written, and the narration was excellent.

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