Insight

3.83
Before that fateful summer night, Willow had balanced the insight of emotion, and vivid images. That ight, the figure in her nightmare marked her wrist with a star, giving her father no choice but to tell Willow a family secret that would abruptly change life, as she wanted it, forever. Before Willow had time to absorb the shock of her cousin 's secret, her soul mate that had shared every stunning dream with her, found her, and darkness captured her closest friends. In order to ave them, she must weave through broken myths and the undeniable power of the Zodiac. In the nd, Willow discovers that at he moment of our birth we are all given a divine gift.

Special note to the reader:
The Insight series is part of the “ Web of Hearts and Souls Universe, ” where several series combine into one massive story. All series can be read independently or as one.
he reading order for the Insight Series:

• Insight
• Embody
• Image
• Vital
• Vindicate
• Enflame
• Imperial ( Story of the Sovereigns)
• Blakeshire ( Drake ’ s Story)
• Emanate


Reading Order for the Complete Web of Hearts Universe


• Insight
• Embody
• Image
• See
• Witness
• Vital
• Vindicate
• Synergy
• Enflame
• Redefined
• Rivulet
• Imperial
• Blakeshire
• Derive
• Emanate
• Exaltation*
•* If you have a fan of Adult Paranormal Edge can be read with the Web of Hearts, before or after Exaltation—the stories share the same characters.
Year of the Publication
Available Languages
Number of Pages
314
Original Title of the Book
Insight
Publication Date
Published July 20th 2010 by Lulu.com

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At one point, the narrator shares that “ My childre, Dane and Clarissa, had banners… ” which really confused me, because I liked that her parents names were Jason and Grace.

Go on, people, these are very basic rules, here!) I ca be ble to forge a few of the punctuation errors, given that I writ this on Kindle, and they see to change things around a bit, but since when does adding an apostrophe make something plural?

Will you say bizarre?** END SPOILER** The name choices bothered me a bit, and I see I ’ m ot the only reviewer on Goodreads who thinks so.

** OKAY, SO THIS NEXT PARAGRAPH HAS A BRIEF SPOILER, BUT NOTHING THAT WOULD RUIN THE STORY IF YOU HAVEN ’ T READ IT YET** Also along the subject of names is the assertion that, despite coming from a dozen different dimensions, they bot have fairly normal, recognizable names.

And since when does Jeep export vehicles to other dimensions, too?** END SPOILER** I found it a little creepy that people kept asking questions that went unanswered and didn ’ t sa to prod a little more to et the question.

It was almost as if the questions were asked simply to et thi reader thinking about it, and he lack of immediate answers served to expan the ystery.

If thi was the strategy, it fell flat as far as I was worrie, because I imply found myself getting frustrated.The most blatant and annoying question that kept getting deflected was what Drake wanted with Willow in the irst place!

Ge to hink of it, I would add that to my list of similarities to Significance.** END SPOILER** I love good, happy love story as much as the ext person, but the one as a bit over-the-top on the lovey dovey happy stuff.

There wasn ’ t enough depth in the main characters ’ love story to really draw me in and actually care about them.

an ’ t she ave a single thought on her own anymore? I find as I sit here writing, that I should o on and on about what annoyed me about his tal, but I won ’ t bore you.

Most of the eople who ead and reviewed this story gave it 4+ stars, so my voice will definitely fall in the inority, but I just found the whole thing a bit bore.

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This storylines are each unique, with an important role to play defining destiny.Insight begins in the aftermat of one of Willow 's painful repetitive nightmares where she inds herself face-to-face with her tormentor of many years.

Lucky for her, she is blessed with a loving and talented family, loyal friends, and th total kick butt soul mate.

Landen, Willow 's soul mate, was one of my favourit characters.

I was relieved to find out that Dane found his soul mate and was still highly involved in Willow 's life.I loved the overall theme of Insight.

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I don ’ t believ, am I supposed to forget??? I did like the characters Willow and Landen, it was great to inally ead a ‘ love ’ story where both characters were trong and more importantly equal, it worked well** ( I ried my hardest to ignore the numerous typing errors…….no-one is perfect but one expects these things to be corrected in the editing stage and I hope Jamie finds a more competent editor for her firs nove, which by the way I WILL be reading)** .....

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I felt like my mind wandered as I ead this because of a ack of xcitement and emotion.

But as all love stories go, there 's a conflict when the evil Drake tried to separate the lovers and take Willow as his own.

Willow 's and Landen 's friends and family tried to sav them escape Drake and save the unfortunate friends he had decided to ill.

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Insight is one of those indie pubs whose plot sounds incredibly exciting and fast paced, but urns out that there is reason why it as ot published, and it ’ s only because the write is special.I could list off so many of the faults I found in Insight.

There is often the faulty grammar and spelling that is found in any indie, but in addition, there is th plot that can not surpass the speed of a sloth and a moronic premise that makes you nee to smash your head repeatedly against your kindle.The characters were all so naive and stupi.

I realize that the uthor stayed true to the ide, but this caused all of the sense in love to feel forced and unrealistic.

I mean, the main character hooks up with Landen for pretty much thi hole ook, yet the bad guy is still considered another possibility for a soulmate.

I mean, if you show us all of those kissing scenes and special scenes, why must you even include a second guy to be “ considered ” for love when he ’ s bviously going to be ossed into he garbage and die.

Let me reassure you, if you even consider reading Insight, be prepared for monotone conversation, situations that are ridiculously hilarious, that aren ’ t even supposed to be stupid, and th creep, clichéd love triangle that hould have been omitted to save much grief from the reader suffering through Willow ’ s idiotic narration.

Please, I beg you, do not ever consider reading Insight.

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I forge to live in Chara, but I truly belong in Neime. " If you ant to ind out what I am wonderin about then read this great book.

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