Veiled Eyes - C.L. Bevill

Veiled Eyes

By C.L. Bevill

  • Release Date: 2010-10-19
  • Genre: Paranormal
We rated this book with: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,284 Ratings)
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Anna St. Thais has always wondered who she was; an orphan or abandoned child. As she travels to New Orleans she quickly realizes that the dreams she's had of a strangely attractive man are very real and that he has a strong psychic connection to her. She finds the the enigmatic Lake People and there she will unravel the mystery that is her life.

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  • Veiled Eyes

    5
    By Cynibeaches
    Interesting take on backwoods Louisiana Cajun families.
  • Veiled Eyes

    5
    By BlueFire#1
    Great book! Once I started reading I couldn't stop. The plot was different, kept you guessing till the end! You feel like your in the story with them.
  • Veiled Eyes

    5
    By Cinkan
    Exciting to read. Great plot. Made me look forward to sitting down and reading.
  • Uninformed author

    4
    By RoanokeMimi1968
    This was a very good story, however, it was evident early in the book that this author new nothing about Cajun people or their language. I am from South Louisiana where the majority of Cajuns live and none of them speak the way these in this book. The syntax of the characters is off. Although, we sometimes use Cajun French words mixed English ones, this would not be in the manner that this author used here. Cajuns would never say they were having a crawdaddy boil! We never use the term crawdaddy, heck most Cajuns would never say crawdad. I’ve never made a crawfish gumbo. I guess someone may have, but I really doubt it. We don’t ever spell crawfish as crayfish! A healer in Louisiana is not a conja she/he is a traiteur. Goujon, which is a mud-catfish, is pronounced “goo jon”. There were many other inaccuracies in this book. Many times I thought about giving up on the book because the people were portrayed so badly. If you are not from here, then you will not have any problems with being presented with inaccurate information. If you are from Louisiana and can get past the errors, it is a fast, thrilling story.
  • Mysterious Community and Giant Catfish

    5
    By Lisa Bateman
    I don't know where this author has been but she's now one of my favorites. She is so unique. I love reading anything set in Louisiana. Anna is hitchhiking and gets a ride with a truck driver. Little does she know he is a serial killer. She goes through hell. But there's a voice in her head communicating with her. She feels drawn to him and has had dreams and visions all her life of a beautiful lake with black water. Her mysterious man rescues her. Being an orphan all her life with no family at all has been lonely and hard. Now she is staying with her rescuer and his friends and family who surround them in the town Unknown that has a huge lake and bayou. The people of this town all have an ability where they can communicate with each other. But there are a few who are keeping secrets. Some go missing and some are killed. Who is responsible? This was so suspenseful and mysterious. I couldn't guess even until the end. This is a review for both the ebook and audiobook as I have both and switched back and forth. The narrator is superb with a wonderful Louisiana accent. I felt like I was there with the community.
  • Veiled Eyes

    5
    By JSSIndy
    Fantastic! Interesting look into another way of communicating. It would make life interesting!
  • Almost as good as Cajun gumbo

    4
    By Temptech
    Good book. Well written. Funny in places and slow in others, like life. There were twists that I didn't expect and that made the book better. The use of the Cajun words and food made me homesick. I would recommend this book to others.
  • Veiled Eyes

    5
    By Angels2465
    The book holds ur attention throughout the whole book. There's always something different happening and then it's not what u think after all... It's a must read book...
  • Loved it!!

    5
    By Tianajean
    Loved this book! Couldn't put it down and now I'm off to read the next in the series!
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By Note Card: Free from LearnSmart
    Great paranormal read, excellent story line and plot twists. Looking forward to the rest of the series

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