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**** Holiday Boxed Set Edition: Limited Holiday Price Reduction to $4.99 (Reg. Price: 10.97) **** Since she was eight-years-old, Lilly Rayne Nightingale felt like fate was trying to wipe away her existence through a series of odd, near fatal incidences. Luckily, her best friend Will was always one-step ahead of fate preventing her from being at the wrong place at the wron **** Holiday Boxed Set Edition: Limited Holiday Price Reduction to $4.99 (Reg. Price: 10.97) **** Since she was eight-years-old, Lilly Rayne Nightingale felt like fate was trying to wipe away her existence through a series of odd, near fatal incidences. Luckily, her best friend Will was always one-step ahead of fate preventing her from being at the wrong place at the wrong time. Will was her knight in shining armor until he broke her heart after their one and only kiss. On Lilly’s first day of college, she meets Brand Cole. Intrigued by Brand, Lilly must decide whether she can give up her adolescent fantasy of being reunited with Will and allow Brand the opportunity to conquer her heart. Not only do Will and Brand both love Lilly, they share a dark secret neither wants Lilly to discover. Lilly thinks fate is after her once again when a new series of attempts on her life start to take place, but she soon learns someone of flesh and blood is trying to kill her this time. Reading Order of Watcher Books by Series: The Watchers Trilogy (Ages 13+): Cursed, Blessed, Forgiven The Watcher Chronicles (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Broken, Kindred, Oblivion, Ascension Caylin's Story (Ages 13+ - Can be read by younger readers without having to read the Watcher Chronicles): Timeless, Devoted Aiden's Story (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes) Alternate Earth Series (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Cataclysm, Uprising, Judgment The Redemption Series (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Malcolm, Anna, Lucifer, Redemption The Dominion Series (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Awakening (January 26, 2016), Reckoning (Spring 2016)


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**** Holiday Boxed Set Edition: Limited Holiday Price Reduction to $4.99 (Reg. Price: 10.97) **** Since she was eight-years-old, Lilly Rayne Nightingale felt like fate was trying to wipe away her existence through a series of odd, near fatal incidences. Luckily, her best friend Will was always one-step ahead of fate preventing her from being at the wrong place at the wron **** Holiday Boxed Set Edition: Limited Holiday Price Reduction to $4.99 (Reg. Price: 10.97) **** Since she was eight-years-old, Lilly Rayne Nightingale felt like fate was trying to wipe away her existence through a series of odd, near fatal incidences. Luckily, her best friend Will was always one-step ahead of fate preventing her from being at the wrong place at the wrong time. Will was her knight in shining armor until he broke her heart after their one and only kiss. On Lilly’s first day of college, she meets Brand Cole. Intrigued by Brand, Lilly must decide whether she can give up her adolescent fantasy of being reunited with Will and allow Brand the opportunity to conquer her heart. Not only do Will and Brand both love Lilly, they share a dark secret neither wants Lilly to discover. Lilly thinks fate is after her once again when a new series of attempts on her life start to take place, but she soon learns someone of flesh and blood is trying to kill her this time. Reading Order of Watcher Books by Series: The Watchers Trilogy (Ages 13+): Cursed, Blessed, Forgiven The Watcher Chronicles (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Broken, Kindred, Oblivion, Ascension Caylin's Story (Ages 13+ - Can be read by younger readers without having to read the Watcher Chronicles): Timeless, Devoted Aiden's Story (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes) Alternate Earth Series (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Cataclysm, Uprising, Judgment The Redemption Series (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Malcolm, Anna, Lucifer, Redemption The Dominion Series (Ages 17+ due to mature content and themes): Awakening (January 26, 2016), Reckoning (Spring 2016)

30 review for The Watchers Trilogy Limited Edition Boxed Set

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tia

    I'm so glad this book was recommended to me! Amazingly good! I'm adding this series to my favorites. The books just kept getting better and better. The last book had mebinbtears a couple times. And the entire series had me laughing. I'm so glad that the characters I didn't care for in the beginning turned out to be good characters after all.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dragonfly

    Rating: 2.5 to 3 stars. First let me say, I was able to read this series for FREE because I got it through Kindle Unlimited. This is a series that I am so thankful I am done reading. I almost didn’t even read the last book in the series. I didn’t plan to read the last book due to soooo much frustration & still a lot of eye rolling from book #2 but the book was right there in front of me from kindle unlimited. So I figured I’d read a couple of chapters of the last book to finally get some answers. Rating: 2.5 to 3 stars. First let me say, I was able to read this series for FREE because I got it through Kindle Unlimited. This is a series that I am so thankful I am done reading. I almost didn’t even read the last book in the series. I didn’t plan to read the last book due to soooo much frustration & still a lot of eye rolling from book #2 but the book was right there in front of me from kindle unlimited. So I figured I’d read a couple of chapters of the last book to finally get some answers. And thankfully, I was amazed that finally, while reading the 3rd & last installment in this series, the story finally picked up the pace. Hallelujah!!!! It was definitely a moment of shock. 😮😮😮😮 The first 2 books went painfully slow. So much repetition, writing about mundane things & the 2 main female characters, especially Tara, I didn’t even like!! My favorite character was Malcolm & he started off as the really bad guy!! Lol This story, in my opinion, should have been done in only 2 books. The storyline itself was good. For that reason, and also because the books were free, I kept reading them. I just wanted some answers and the first 2 books, especially book #2, dragged on so freakin slow! It would have been a much more pleasurable read if you took out all the unnecessary garbage & just had the story in 2 books. Because honestly, I probably skimmed at least 35% of the first book & over half of the second book. It wasn’t until book 3 where finally, there seemed to be some decent writing & I actually enjoyed reading it! Once again - HALLELUJAH!!!!!!! Ratings for each individual book: Book #1 - 2.5 stars Book #2 - 2 stars Book #3 - 3 stars The only reason I gave this series 3 stars was because of the last book in the series. I’m still leaning towards more of 2.5 stars. What ever...... Good luck to anyone who reads it. You might enjoy it if you’re in middle school or high school. My advice though is, don’t buy it. Give it a try only if it’s free. 🤷‍♀️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Lockwood

    Awful I got this book for free on Kindle. It was recommended based on other books I have read recently. The relationship between Lily and Brand is boring and predictable. Brand is an overprotective boyfriend who has nothing better to do than to monitor every move Lily makes (as does every other character in the book). I felt like there was also a lot of storyline that either wasn't explained or changed a few chapters later. I often had to go back and reread parts to make sure I didn't read it wro Awful I got this book for free on Kindle. It was recommended based on other books I have read recently. The relationship between Lily and Brand is boring and predictable. Brand is an overprotective boyfriend who has nothing better to do than to monitor every move Lily makes (as does every other character in the book). I felt like there was also a lot of storyline that either wasn't explained or changed a few chapters later. I often had to go back and reread parts to make sure I didn't read it wrong or skipped anything. I didn't. The author just changed things or didn't explain/give detail. I usually have a lot of tolerance for bad books and have to finish them, but this was an exception. I just couldn't get through the bad story line and characters who don't develop. I felt like I was reading something written by a high schooler.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    The Watchers Trilogy series should be read before The Watcher Chronicles. Each series can stand alone without reading other series. But by reading the series in series order gives you a better background to the next series. I enjoyed both series. Well constructed story and characters. No corse language. There is violence, but doesn’t go into gory details. There is Romance. Brittany Pressley Narration brings the characters alive with their own individual unique voice. And I really enjoy her telling The Watchers Trilogy series should be read before The Watcher Chronicles. Each series can stand alone without reading other series. But by reading the series in series order gives you a better background to the next series. I enjoyed both series. Well constructed story and characters. No corse language. There is violence, but doesn’t go into gory details. There is Romance. Brittany Pressley Narration brings the characters alive with their own individual unique voice. And I really enjoy her telling the story. Speed is set at 1.4 x This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher free of charge for a honest, unbiased review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Effie Kammenou

    While this book is listed in the young adult genre, I found it to be appropriate for all ages. I thought I was going to read a book about a fallen angel protecting a young woman, but it was so much more. The author's take on the origins of the vampire, werewolf and fairy, and how they fit into heaven and the angels was original and unexpected. The message of love, sacrifice, repentance and redemption was beautiful and inspiring. Normally, I favor the first book in a series over the others, but i While this book is listed in the young adult genre, I found it to be appropriate for all ages. I thought I was going to read a book about a fallen angel protecting a young woman, but it was so much more. The author's take on the origins of the vampire, werewolf and fairy, and how they fit into heaven and the angels was original and unexpected. The message of love, sacrifice, repentance and redemption was beautiful and inspiring. Normally, I favor the first book in a series over the others, but in this case, the third, FORGIVEN, stole my heart.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Ryals

    😻 The story it self was very riveting. Unfortunately it had a bunch of contradictions. There where also some editing g issues. I got to find out about a death a,co u old chapters early. I think they kinda switched out chapters. Then the last part of the book was in a completely different font. Kinda drove me crazy. I really hope the other books I n this wAtcher world are better. Because I really do want to see how this ends.

  7. 4 out of 5

    beth m

    Finally finished This was an interesting storyline. It wasn’t bad it just didn’t end how I wanted it to. I felt like I really had to force myself to finish and by the third book when I was about 80% done I started skimming. There’s only so much of the same info that is regurgitated in different ways that I can handle. In my opinion I just couldn’t stand the main characters, I felt Will got the shitty end of the stick and Malcolm too. There wasn’t enough wow factor.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Rios

    Good story line This book had a good story line, with angels and more things that I can’t put without it being a spoiler. It does get religious talk, I.e, Lucifer, god, heaven. But it’s just a story so didn’t bother me much. There was sacrifices and death that made it more compelling. The battle we didn’t really see except a mention of it. It was more focused on relationships and humor because of Malcom.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Natalia Navarro

    Love, love, love it!!! 😍😍😍 Can't say "love it" enough, this trilogy is phenomenal, love everything about it: the plot, the world building, the main and second characters, the twist and turns, the romance and sexy scenes, the magic and mystery sorrounding everything and everybody, lots of action and all the feelings!!! 😳🤯😭☺️😍🤗 Can't wait to read the next book / series, can't get enough of this world!!! 💖

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barbara "Cookie" Serfaty Williams

    The Watchers Trilogy Boxed Set Three stories of falling angels, Archangels, God, humans and half angel. Three falling angels, Will, Brand, and Malcolm help Lilly, the daughter of Michael and granddaughter of Lilly The first woman). Book 1 - Cursed 3 stars, Book 2 - Blessed - 5 stars, Book 3 - Forgiven - 5 stars.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Colette Samimi

    Amazing I loved every minute Well I started off reading the next watcher series then went back to the beginning. I loved all three books Lily's story was heartfelt and touching and just overall amazing. SJ West is an awesome writer I love her writing style and just how fast and easy her books are to read. I'm determined to read then all.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte

    I like getting all three together because they need to be read in order, or things get confusing. All three books are really Lily's story. I like a female heroine. Lily is not only tough, but feminine too. Great YA reading.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Myla Aguilar

    Charmingly Witty This series has excellent characters that cause laughter, sadness or happiness over their emotions. Very well written tale of Angel's and we mere humans. I highly recommend this series

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    ABSOLUTELY wonderful! No complaints I loved this trilogy! No foul language. Very exciting to read. Never gets boring. Leaves you sad it's over, but happy for the time you spent in this world with such wonderful characters.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Skye Cline

    Pretty good I rate it 3.5 stars. It was definitely an interesting intake on the way angels are viewed and how vampires and werewolves were created through the fall. I would recommend it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Book Queen

    A must read I have read so many books, and so many have touched my heart in different ways, nothing like true, real, unconditional love time is written by this author. S.J. West... Thank you, just thank you.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Grooms

    Reading these books were a wonderful experience and I loved them!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Hall

    The watchers Loved the trilogy! Haven’t laughed and cried with a book for a long time. God is so good, what a great story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Watched This was a fun series to read fallen angels omens of death the devil in the flesh. Awesome fun for the romantic fae living people

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Stanley

    What an amazing series. I could not put this series down. A must read....

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Gordon-Bercich

    Well not my favorite Nephilim story but still sweet.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Steve & Janet

    I really enjoyed reading this trilogy. I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys a great story line with a battle with good against evil.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Gracie Bustillos

    Awesome Great reading. Kept me interested all the way thru the end. couldn't put the book the down. I highly recommend this book

  24. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    One of my all time favorite series and one of my all time favorite authors!!!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    jaylon woolf

    Keeps you guessing Great read

  26. 4 out of 5

    Morgain

    Amazing story Very interesting and makes you feel good by the end of the series. The story is a wild ride that keeps you guessing the whole time. Highly recommended

  27. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    DNF'd, not feelign it for some reason... characters aren't resonating with me.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alexa Schamberger

    So amazing....I couldn't stop until I finished the whole series!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Bernardino

    Slow paced but very good read.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Connor

    There was a 99 cent special deal on this book and it sounded intriguing. I read the reviews and they were mixed so I decided to read the first few pages before making a decision about buying it, to see if I liked the writing style. I was hooked. Not only did I enjoy the writing style, but I also found the story to be completely engaging. I felt compelled to keep reading to see what might happen next. A couple of times the foreshadowing seemed a bit heavy-handed, but I understand finding the right There was a 99 cent special deal on this book and it sounded intriguing. I read the reviews and they were mixed so I decided to read the first few pages before making a decision about buying it, to see if I liked the writing style. I was hooked. Not only did I enjoy the writing style, but I also found the story to be completely engaging. I felt compelled to keep reading to see what might happen next. A couple of times the foreshadowing seemed a bit heavy-handed, but I understand finding the right balance can be difficult. My main complaint was that sometimes the story got bogged down in too much description. At times, I impatiently read descriptions of what everyone was wearing or how a house was decorated, thinking these details must have something to do with the plot. They didn't. I couldn't help but feel that these unnecessary details were just filler. I'd have preferred a shorter telling of the story, featuring just the important stuff. The is quite a bit of action in this story, the basic conflict being good versus evil, with Lucifer as the ultimate villain. We all know that good always prevails over evil and love conquers all, but getting to that point can be circuitous and seem uncertain. The tension and build-up to the climax was very well done. The characters were well-developed and believable (I loved Brand and Malcolm). There may have been some Christian morals built into the story, but it was never didactic. It served the plot and I felt it was perfectly appropriate. Plus, we write what we know so it would be unreasonable to expect this author to write with the worldview of a different religion when Christianity is clearly the one that is understood. In general, I would recommend this collection, though I'm not sure it's worth the full price. Even the author admits, through one of the characters, it never makes sense to buy at full price because everything goes on sale eventually. It's a philosophy I share.

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