Seeing Shadows (Shadow Series #1)

Seeing Shadows (Shadow Series #1)

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by S.H. Kolee
     
 

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Caitlin Kile was living a normal college life full of parties and early morning classes. Living with her best friend and enjoying her senior year, Caitlin's life seemed idyllic. Until her neighbor's cousin, Simon Crewe, transferred to her school, unbalancing her tightly controlled life. Because control was one thing Caitlin desperately needed.

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Overview

Caitlin Kile was living a normal college life full of parties and early morning classes. Living with her best friend and enjoying her senior year, Caitlin's life seemed idyllic. Until her neighbor's cousin, Simon Crewe, transferred to her school, unbalancing her tightly controlled life. Because control was one thing Caitlin desperately needed.

Simon was instantly attracted to Caitlin, but he couldn't seem to get past her guarded walls. Caitlin wasn't planning on competing with all the groupies clamoring for Simon's attention ever since he became the lead singer of a popular band. But despite Caitlin's refusal to show any interest in him, Simon couldn't seem to shake his attraction to her.

But Simon didn't know everything about Caitlin. He didn't know about the images of death that haunted her while she was awake. Or the gripping terrors that plagued her at night.

And Simon couldn't possibly know that those terrors were determined to destroy him.


*Contains some mature content.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015582369
Publisher:
S.H. Kolee
Publication date:
10/10/2012
Series:
Shadow Series
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
310,517
File size:
272 KB

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To learn more about me or to get news about upcoming releases (plus random ramblings), please visit http://www.shkolee.com

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Seeing Shadows 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Did not see this book going in the direction it did. Honestly, it was a pleasant surprise. I'm biting my nails until the next book... please don't leave me hanging for too long!
Karen2 More than 1 year ago
I read this book because I read Love left behind by this author and loved it. I wasnt sure and first being this book is more on the paranormal and was referring to vardoger?It was different from what I read and now I can't wait for the rest of the books in the series to see what happens.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read with an interesting twist. However, a huge disappointment was the ending. While I understand writing a book series, each book should be a complete story. This isn't a tv series, or miniseries but the abrupt ending gave more of a to be continued than fulfilling this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait for the next book! I was a little skeptical at first when I was reading the reviews... vardoger? this was a first. It was different in the sense that I never thought of people having a "shadow" that precedes us instead of following. It was different and now I can't wait for the rest of the books in the series.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't finish this book. It just kept yammering on about dinners at her house, eating in a bar, dinner at the guys house. It just never went anywhere. It also needed major editing.
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ConciseReviewsByMichelleL More than 1 year ago
Ok, let me start of saying, WOW, and that this book caused me to get an egg size lump on my forehead, let me explain. I got so into this book, I could not put it down, so I thought I would try to walk and read at the same time, you know, multitask, and well, I ran into a door. And open door, meaning I ran right into the edge of the door that was partway open. Smack, not only which, I had stepped on my cat’s tail, much to her dismay, and burned dinner. ALL because I could not get my nose out of this book (ok, ebook, but same point) I was ok reading the beginning, not causing myself harm, as it had to build the story, but once it really got going (about halfway) I could not stop, and I snapped at my family as they tried to get my attention, lol. They are very glad that I am done with this book. The ending was such a cliffhanger too; I can’t wait until the next book. Let me tell you a little about this book. It’s a great mix of romance, suspense and the paranormal. Caitlin has scary visions of people who are going to die, and let me say, her visions are scary, I would have a heart-attack if I had these visions. Especially later when they turn a little different. You will see. I will say that Caitlin is a very strong character; I would never be able to handle what she does. I really loved the friendship between Sarah and Caitlin, it was so sweet and so glad she had Sarah to turn too, as she is the only one who knows of her visions. Which by the way, look like night terrors when Caitlin has them while asleep, so it had to be scary to Sarah to wake Caitlin up from those. (they are roommates at collage) I also loved the passion between Caitlin and Simon. I was mad at Caitlin a lot, not letting Simon in, but can understand why. But at some point when it was obvious that he was not going to give up, that he truly cared about Caitlin, she should have told him the truth, and not push him away. I can name a perfect time she could have done this. When he actually woke her from one of these visions. I know she pushed him away, because of her vision of him, but to me, she needed to keep him close to try to protect him, in my opinion. You will see why, I do not want to spoil anything. I will say I never read a book about Vardogers before, and loved the new supernatural twist to this. It was so real feeling, but enough of the paranormal to keep my interest (anyone who knows me, I have to have some kind of paranormal in any books I read) I found the whole idea of the Vardogers fascinating and think the author did a really good job at describing what they are, and I won’t even try. Caitlin as a seer was a given when you know she has these visions right from the start of the book. I was very interested when she finally got some answers to her questions, and was also sad too at the end, at what she had to do. It broke my heart. I really love Simon, he is gorgeous, sexy, and the most amazing gentleman. He doesn’t give up on Caitlin, even when most guys would. I really hated how she kept pushing him away, but I do understand she was doing what she thought was right at the time. But I hated how it hurt him. They are soul mates, that connection they have, is not a normal one, I really believe he will play a big role in helping her rid the world of the evil Vardoger’s. I hope anyway, in the 2nd book. He is perfect, and think would be good for Caitlin, if she would just share her secrets with him. I can hope it happens in the next book. (revi
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Very good read. Stressful at times.
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K_Franklin More than 1 year ago
Hard to put down! Loved the series! When does the 3rd book come out?!!
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Hrnndz More than 1 year ago
I forced myself to finish this one because (obviously) I paid for it, but I won't buy the second one. It was just too much of the main character wallowing and being constantly torn between what she wants and what she knows is right (struggle is good, but hers was just over the top dramatic in a bad way).
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very different from other paranormal romance stories. Didn't lile the Vardoger name. Can't even pronounce it. Moved really slow and stopped abruptly. Will read the next one to see how it progresses.
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Wierd, a little juvenile and silly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must read
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