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  • Posted July 10, 2013

    Really great second book! It didn't have the terrible book 2 in

    Really great second book! It didn't have the terrible book 2 in a series curse, which I was very thankful for. The plot was ingenious and really pulled on your heartstrings. Good thinking E.J.!!  However,  I do wish that ending was a little more powerful. Regardless it was a great read and I am still a huge fan of the series. Paranormal fans if you haven't picked up this series yet, what is wrong with you?

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  • Posted July 8, 2013

    I received an e-book from the author in exchange for an honest r

    I received an e-book from the author in exchange for an honest review

    I find myself enjoying the Ivy Granger series more and more with each passing installment. Granted, we're only in book 2, but with the novella, Blood and Mistletoe, which takes place between books 1 and 2 we're up to three stories so far. Each installment not only takes us deeper into the supernatural world of Harborsmouth, but main character Ivy experiences quite a lot of growth.

    Speaking of Ivy's growth, she kicked serious ass in Ghost Light! Ivy has second sight so touching a person or object will thrust her into a vision (usually not a pleasant one) and she's learning ways around her vulnerabilities that allow her to actively protect those weaker than she is and those that she loves. This allows her to engage when trouble comes her way which is what I like to see in my heroines. Ivy also makes some excellent headway in her romance with Kelpie king, Ceffyl, and there's finally some touching (not very explicit but still touching!) going on there too!

    Ghost Light has a couple of focuses that entwine a bit. There's Ivy's case to find missing fae children and also her search into her own background as a wisp. I really enjoyed learning more about Ivy's personal history and the tidbits she finds out about her fae background. I was a bit surprised that her case wrapped up so quickly at around 3/4 into the book. But I can see why; there was a very tight deadline of finding the children in one day so that really had to be the driving focus. This drove the story hard and fast. The last 1/4 was a bit slower in pace, but still enjoyable. This is when Ivy and Ceff explore new avenues in their relationship, Ivy finds more out about her father, Will-O'-the-Wisp, and even takes a jaunt into the Celtic realm of Mag Mell. All of this sets us up for book 3!

    We're introduced to some new characters and more variety of fae in Ghost Light. My favorite being Sir Torn, the Cat Sidhe Lord, who is rather Cheshire-like with his disappearing into shadows. He's quite roguish in cat and human form and I'm looking forward to seeing him again!

    Overall, Ghost Light is an excellent read and this Urban Fantasy series needs to be on your TBR and shelves!

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  • Posted December 10, 2013

    This series is really getting super great! I love all the differ

    This series is really getting super great! I love all the different types of Faeries! It's fun to go into all the Faerie types, and not just the typical faeries. I read this in no time; the story was fast paced and interesting, and kept me intrigued. Ivy is an awesome heroine, and her strength really shines through. All of the characters are interesting, and they were so entertaining! I look forward to the next books in the series, and I'm excited to see where Ivy's adventures take her!

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