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Includes all THREE books in the Edinburgh Seer trilogy at a limited-time price. She thought hiding her sixth sense would solve everything. She was very, very wrong. In a land divided by corruption and rebellion, Aini successfully manages her father’s altered candy lab alongside an apprentice—the mysterious, sexy Thane. But life goes from sweet to sour when the most Includes all THREE books in the Edinburgh Seer trilogy at a limited-time price. She thought hiding her sixth sense would solve everything. She was very, very wrong. In a land divided by corruption and rebellion, Aini successfully manages her father’s altered candy lab alongside an apprentice—the mysterious, sexy Thane. But life goes from sweet to sour when the most nefarious clan in Scotland abducts her father. And the only way to rescue him is to risk using her sixth sense and stop fighting Fate. Leap into USA Today bestselling author Alisha Klapheke’s unique, action-packed adventure, an urban fantasy series that fans of Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices and Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander will love! Readers on Amazon and Goodreads have said this about the series: "I couldn't get enough of it!" "A wonderful twist on the modern world!” "Great storytelling and such a unique fantasy idea!" "Loved the romance!" "A great new author rises!”


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Includes all THREE books in the Edinburgh Seer trilogy at a limited-time price. She thought hiding her sixth sense would solve everything. She was very, very wrong. In a land divided by corruption and rebellion, Aini successfully manages her father’s altered candy lab alongside an apprentice—the mysterious, sexy Thane. But life goes from sweet to sour when the most Includes all THREE books in the Edinburgh Seer trilogy at a limited-time price. She thought hiding her sixth sense would solve everything. She was very, very wrong. In a land divided by corruption and rebellion, Aini successfully manages her father’s altered candy lab alongside an apprentice—the mysterious, sexy Thane. But life goes from sweet to sour when the most nefarious clan in Scotland abducts her father. And the only way to rescue him is to risk using her sixth sense and stop fighting Fate. Leap into USA Today bestselling author Alisha Klapheke’s unique, action-packed adventure, an urban fantasy series that fans of Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices and Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander will love! Readers on Amazon and Goodreads have said this about the series: "I couldn't get enough of it!" "A wonderful twist on the modern world!” "Great storytelling and such a unique fantasy idea!" "Loved the romance!" "A great new author rises!”

30 review for The Edinburgh Seer Complete Trilogy: A Scottish Fantasy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joan Tsaprali

    Beautiful story and conclusion to the trilogy!! Aini and Thane have become two of my favorite characters this year. I have much enjoyed their journey and I felt part of their crew. This was a really good conclusion to the trilogy and I wish there was more!! For more visit my blog!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katrin Schäfer

    I would highly recommend the Edinburgh seer series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Martinez (ilovebooksandstuffblog)

    An interesting and unique historical fantasy that combined mythology, fantasy and yummy but deadly sweets! This story was fast paced and full of action and adventure. The characters were entertaining and fun to read! A must read for historical romance fans looking for something unique and entertaining!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Swift

    What an enjoyable and fulfilling trilogy...Every page is filled with romance, intrigue, magic, mystery, courage , history...I loved all of the characters , fighting for justice and truth..and felt like I was part of their team...Eloquent, clear and real creative writing , which makes your experience real to life...no words lost..every page is richly written...!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Saundra Wright

    Wonderful chance to get this epic trilogy in a boxset at one low price! The Edinburgh Seer book 1 An epic story of love, magic and rebellion set in an alternate modern day Scotland. The Edinburgh Seer is the start of a great trilogy by Alisha Klapheke. This fast paced political mystery has wide appeal. Sixteen year old Aini works in her father's very unique sweets shope in Edinburgh. Since her mother died, he is the only family Aini has. They are totally devoted to each other, but Aini harbors a da Wonderful chance to get this epic trilogy in a boxset at one low price! The Edinburgh Seer book 1 An epic story of love, magic and rebellion set in an alternate modern day Scotland. The Edinburgh Seer is the start of a great trilogy by Alisha Klapheke. This fast paced political mystery has wide appeal. Sixteen year old Aini works in her father's very unique sweets shope in Edinburgh. Since her mother died, he is the only family Aini has. They are totally devoted to each other, but Aini harbors a dangerous secret. She is a sixth senser, something outlawed by Brittain's King. To be discovered would be her death and the ruin of her father. So Aini hides her ability from everyone and turns to organizing the sweet shop and lab, with apprentices. Her father doesn't produce ordinary treats. His candies imbue people with extrordinary experiences, on the verge of magic. When Aini's father disappears, aparently arrested, implication arrises that he was at some time involved with the rebellion for Scottish freedom. The land has long suffered harsh rule under the king, and conditions are only worsening with the help of Clan Campbell, the King's law keepers. Aini bands together with her father's apprentices to try to find and free her father. Do these four youths have any chance against a corrupt Clan and King? The Edinburgh Heir book 2 The continuing saga of Aini and Thane as they fight for Aini's father and the freedom of Scotland. The rebellion claims Aini as Macbeth's Seer of prophesy. Will Aini and her friends align themselves with the rebellion? With prophesy seemingly fullfilled, will Scotland begome free of the tyrant King at last? Thane still hides his true identity from his friends despite his developing love for Aini. How will he walk the line between clan, family and what he believes is right? Can this budding relationship stand if Thane's secret is revealed? The Edinburgh Fate book 3 The exciting climax to The Edinburgh Seer trilogy. Join the final battle for Scotland's independence. At one time the King sought sweets from Aini's father to use as weapons. Now the tide is turning with Aini and her friends firmly on the side of the rebellion, they produce candies to help in their battle for freedom. Aini has accepted her role as Macbeth's Seer. Thane must accept his role as well. Will he be able to turn the clans against his father to take his place as the head of the Campbells? Will they win enough allies to conquer? Will peace come to Scotland at last?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    From start to finish I was enraptured with the idea of an alternate, present day Scotland. I've been sort of on an Outlander kick so anything set in Scotland is a delicious win amiright? This series is steeped in folklore and legend, you get a cause worth dying for, an epic prophecy and it's wrapped up in a pretty fantasy ribbon. Aini MacGreggor and her father have been experimenting with enhanced candies. Little treats that pack more than just a sweet-tooth punch. They hold the power to change t From start to finish I was enraptured with the idea of an alternate, present day Scotland. I've been sort of on an Outlander kick so anything set in Scotland is a delicious win amiright? This series is steeped in folklore and legend, you get a cause worth dying for, an epic prophecy and it's wrapped up in a pretty fantasy ribbon. Aini MacGreggor and her father have been experimenting with enhanced candies. Little treats that pack more than just a sweet-tooth punch. They hold the power to change the entire course of Scotland's present day Monarchy. Aini is also a secret "sixth-senser", that's right, in this Scotland, there are those with secret powers that if shared, can cost them their lives. When her father is abruptly kidnapped, it shatters Aini's perfectly calculated world into pieces and leaves her pushed to her limits to figure out why, and to get him back. With the help of her closest friends, the plot thickens with a budding rebellion, alliances questioned, and a love blossoming despite all the odds stacked against it. This series was the perfectly paced plot to keep you reading straight for hours and hanging off of every words. The romance is lush and fierce. The friendships are strong like cement. And the urge to become part of something greater than yourself is powerful. I had SO much fun reading this series. Twists and turns galore, I can honestly say I was on the edge of my seat for most of this ride. The ending left me breathless and watery eyed. The moment I read the last word, I wanted to restart all over again. Do yourself a solid favor and pick this series up!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Texas

    Uncommon World Series: Waters of Salt and Sin #1 - A well written, fast paced, fun adventure with well developed, likeable characters and a well thought out plot that keeps the reader immersed in the story. The author does a wonderful job with her descriptions. 4* Fever #2 - A short story to be read after Waters of Salt and Sin. Another well written, interesting story with characters from WoSaS and a well thought out plot to keep the reader reading until the last page. 4* Plains of Sand and Steel # Uncommon World Series: Waters of Salt and Sin #1 - A well written, fast paced, fun adventure with well developed, likeable characters and a well thought out plot that keeps the reader immersed in the story. The author does a wonderful job with her descriptions. 4* Fever #2 - A short story to be read after Waters of Salt and Sin. Another well written, interesting story with characters from WoSaS and a well thought out plot to keep the reader reading until the last page. 4* Plains of Sand and Steel #3 - Another well written, fast paced, adventure with more well developed, likable characters and a well thought out plot that keeps the reader wrapped up in the story. The author paints vibrant scenes with her descriptions. 4* Forest of Silver and Secrets #4 - This book is just as well written, action packed and interesting as the three books previous to this one. Ms. Klapheke's vivid descriptions, twisting storylines and interesting characters keep the reader immersed in the book. All the books of series run the gamut on emotions and adventures. Her characters never fail to deliver and there's humor, too. Start with the first book Waters of Salt and Sin and have fun and adventure through the series and end with this story. 4* Uncommon World Series End. The Edinburgh Seer - Another well written, intriguing novel with well developed, interesting characters and a well thought out, twisting plot; all that keep the reader immersed in the pages until the end. Hard to put this book down with the vivid descriptions of unfolding scenes. 4*

  8. 5 out of 5

    Carol Brandon

    Loved this alternate world setting ... So glad they're sold as one set ... didn't want to put each one down and wait for the next. The basic overview is that the stories are set in a Scotland under repressive English rule, at a similar technological level to ours. The Scots have a prophecy that a king and seer will arise to free them. Aini is the daughter of an altered sweet maker (eat the candy and run faster, be stronger ....). Her coworker, Thane, is the son of the ruler of the Campbell clan, Loved this alternate world setting ... So glad they're sold as one set ... didn't want to put each one down and wait for the next. The basic overview is that the stories are set in a Scotland under repressive English rule, at a similar technological level to ours. The Scots have a prophecy that a king and seer will arise to free them. Aini is the daughter of an altered sweet maker (eat the candy and run faster, be stronger ....). Her coworker, Thane, is the son of the ruler of the Campbell clan, which works closely under King John, to enforce his laws. Lots of action, mystery, and some clean romance. Humour, too. Book 2 seemed a bit slower than books 1 & 3, but I still didn't put it down! SPOILER ALERT: don't read further ....Thane is working undercover for his dad; in book 1 they don't know who he is. It turns out that Thane & Aini are the Heir to the throne, and the Seer, respectively. In books 2 & 3 they fight to free Scotland. I received ARC copies of these books; this is my honest opinion.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Stepp

    A must-read series if you love fantasy, amazing world-building, or romance! Klapheke creates such a lush, detailed world that you stop reading words and find yourself on the streets of Edinburgh, near a coastal fort, and in underground tunnels. The candy angle was such a novel, interesting idea and the execution has me wishing they were real. I loved the characters so much too. They are so multi-dimensional and have such unique personalities, they'll stick with you long after the series is over. A must-read series if you love fantasy, amazing world-building, or romance! Klapheke creates such a lush, detailed world that you stop reading words and find yourself on the streets of Edinburgh, near a coastal fort, and in underground tunnels. The candy angle was such a novel, interesting idea and the execution has me wishing they were real. I loved the characters so much too. They are so multi-dimensional and have such unique personalities, they'll stick with you long after the series is over. Klapheke has once again demonstrated her incredible writing talents and after reading both of her series, I'm hooked and look forward to whatever she writes next.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bob Steele

    I enjoyed reading The Edinburgh Seer trilogy. I was hesitant when I started reading the first book in the series as it opened with a scene in a candy making shop, albeit magical, but I'm glad I carried on. I felt the storyline grew the more that I read. The second and third books ramp up the conflict in an intriguing way with nice twists. As such, I would rate Book One with 4 stars and Books Two and Three with 5 stars. The premise of the story is unusual in that it is set in modern times with rev I enjoyed reading The Edinburgh Seer trilogy. I was hesitant when I started reading the first book in the series as it opened with a scene in a candy making shop, albeit magical, but I'm glad I carried on. I felt the storyline grew the more that I read. The second and third books ramp up the conflict in an intriguing way with nice twists. As such, I would rate Book One with 4 stars and Books Two and Three with 5 stars. The premise of the story is unusual in that it is set in modern times with revisionist UK history and the use of medieval weaponry is an integral element of the story. It worked for me, and I look forward to reading more of her books.

  11. 5 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    Ok, this is just a a “quickie” review. Unfortunately, I’m in in a hospital and asked my husband to post this since I don’t have the time to do better - even though the books in this boxset definitely deserve it. Bottom line: five stars. This was one wonderfully fun set of novels and definitely recommended. Each of them is worth five stars. They had just what I wanted and were well written and with a great plot and great cast of characters.

  12. 4 out of 5

    P

    A riveting series! Suspenseful! A group of young people rising up against a corrupt kingdom, backed by faithful followers/friends, and pitted against an evil king and clan leaders. Loyalty, betrayal, love and friendship. Full of twists, turns, and surprises with a fast pace. Four and a half stars, because book four was a bit hard to follow at times... or maybe I was reading too fast just to find out what happened next!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne Bach

    Couldn not stop reading I enjoyed this read, loved Thane and Anni, there were portions I felt could have used more descriptive elements, like delving a wee bit more into Scottish lore and history, still I did not quit turning the pages, it held my interested. Because of that, 5 stars for me

  14. 5 out of 5

    Elsbeth

    Edinburgh like we don't know it. With a false, evil king, a rebellion and a touch of magic. It is set in (a sort of) contemporary time, but parts of it feel like you're in medieval Scotland, combined with a WWII resistance. And with a lot of friendship and a touch of romance, between the fighting and danger. I just couldn't put it down! I received a copy and chose to review it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Taylor

    Pure Great series. From first book to last the action will keep you on your toes. Fast paced, sometimes comical, sometimes too real, a very good read. The characters are very memorable. The storyline is old but made new. Overall one of the best series I've read recently. Enjoy!

  16. 5 out of 5

    GermanShepherd

    Unique and lovely Absolutely loved this series. Characters are well developed, have diverse traits and work very good to make this series rich. The whole storyline is interesting, with the usual good vs bad, plenty of tense moments and happy resolution. Love the enhanced candy concept. Eager to read more from this author.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shirley McLain

    Read and Enjoy This is a series that I enjoyed reading. The characters are well fleshed out and easy to like. This fantasy keeps your turning pages with all the action. You want to know what is going to happen next. It has good, evil, and even love. I recommend this series to read and enjoy.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Denice Darland

    Magic, chemistry gone wild & another world Political intrigue and fantasy abounds in a parallel world to ours where Scotland responds to its rightful Kim and heir, with the help of his beautiful Seer, of course. Fairly cleanly told tale that brushes a bit too close in descriptive sex for me.

  19. 5 out of 5

    hollace turnage

    Seer is searing Needs a !little more work. Phrasing is rough, plot is murky. Reads as if one person wrote, one person read, and no one took a step back to see if anything was missing.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Enjoyed Very much enjoyed this series. Wish it had a bit more in the last one, but it was still good. Wasn’t always happy with Thane’s choices, but he came around in the end. Had a hard time putting these books down, and I’m seriously considering reading these again. Good job.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Janet Lee Newsom

    I loved this trilogy very much..strong characters and great story line! I am sad that it was over when I read the last page!! A must read for all fans! Can't wait to see what comes next from Alisha!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Paula Hanlon

    Worth reading to the end The first book was really slow until about 3/4 of the way then it picks up really well. The next two are pageturners though so it's worth making it to the end

  23. 5 out of 5

    Camella Wade

    An enticing page-turner! I really enjoyed the creativity in this trilogy. Historical tidbits and magic with a modern twist kept my attention at every page. I would love to see it become a hit movie series! I'm also slightly obsessed with Thane 😍

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Deering

    Captivating Read Enjoyed it immensely. Loved the characters and the mixture if history and fantasy, I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a nice story with lots of action and romance

  25. 5 out of 5

    Holly Cheney

    Wonderful Very entertaining and loved every minute of the book, couldn't put it down! Loved how real love shines through and shows that true love can make a difference in anyone's life

  26. 4 out of 5

    penny Levis

    A very well written book very intriguing and suspenseful and cravate creative with a little twist of modern and old Well written book captivated my interest on how she put the modern with the old an interesting twist Google read more of her books

  27. 5 out of 5

    iainascot

    Terrible Total ignorance of Scottish people,language ,history and geography and especially Edinburgh mixing in Scots words doesn't help midi Dominic frustrated

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mallows

    The premise of this book was really promising, however, the execution was lacking. The author had the opportunity to create a really unique and rich world with this alternate universe United Kingdom but it was underdeveloped and elements that could've really brought the story to life like the confectionery and candy making weren't flushed out enough. Additionally, this story really felt like it wanted to have more of a steam punk or turn of the century setting but the author chose to set it in 2 The premise of this book was really promising, however, the execution was lacking. The author had the opportunity to create a really unique and rich world with this alternate universe United Kingdom but it was underdeveloped and elements that could've really brought the story to life like the confectionery and candy making weren't flushed out enough. Additionally, this story really felt like it wanted to have more of a steam punk or turn of the century setting but the author chose to set it in 2017. I my opinion, this really detracted from the feel of the book as technology played almost no role in the plot and the author's deliberate exclusion of elements like GPS and cell phone communication at critical moments made many scenarios unrealistic for a book set in the present day. I could've ignored all of this had the characters been engaging or the plot fantastic but it was all just so so. I probably would've given the series 3 stars if not for the last book. I found it to be an aggravating read riddled with plot holes where the main character suddenly got a bunch of super powers out of nowhere to conveniently wrap up the story and save the day.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Betsy Munson

    Wonderful I love reading scottish books and this one didn't disappoint. Fast paced, fascinating story line, and some romance all mixed together. I'm sad I'm done reading it.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Caryl Moulder

    So, the future king of Scotland is in play in this trilogy. The characters continue to develope in book 2 as does the story. Power corrupts is the underlying problem. Good read

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