Out of Reach

Out of Reach

by Jocelyn Stover
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Overview

Out of Reach by Jocelyn Stover

Gwen Cohen has aspired her whole life to reach her current position of project manager at Preston-Ward Pharmaceuticals, but when she stumbles upon a dirty little secret everything changes. As she struggles with the reality of evil and her own powerful legacy, she gets pulled farther from the world she knows and closer to the one she can’t deny.
Eyes finally open, Gwen struggles to unlock the dormant magic within herself before it's too late. The lines between love and duty become exceedingly blurred and the ultimate choice to be made may not be between right and wrong but the head and the heart.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046188356
Publisher: Jocelyn Stover
Publication date: 10/09/2013
Series: Wanderer , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 82,862
File size: 368 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Jocelyn resides in sunny California with her husband, who keeps her sane, and her four beautiful children. When not writing she’s either reading or outside soaking up the sunshine.

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Out of Reach 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
romancebookworm More than 1 year ago
I love this book! Gwen was brilliant and I loved that she couldn't see the paranormal around her. Kade is a fabulous friend and I wondered why he hadn't made a play for Gwen before. The book is a whirlwind and is read from different points of view. That threw me at first but it puts everything into perspecitve. The descriptions of the things that Gwen was seeing were real and I love how she finally came into her own power. Sometimes anger is the go-to emotion! I can't wait to see where this is heading and I would love to see a story about Z! I don't have the heart to give spoilers because this is a story that everyone needs to read.
ssmommie75TB More than 1 year ago
I love when an author writes a book with a heroine with actual humanity. By that I mean she wasn't perfect, she almost reminded me of myself. Clumsy and forgetful and witty included. Not my usual type of read but this book had it all and I would highly recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting, multi-dimensional characters and witty dialogue help make Out of Reach a great read. I can't wait to see where the rest of the series takes these characters!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Out of Reach is an exciting beginning to a series that introduces us to a captivating supernatural world.  The author’s addictive storyline and complex characters will keep you reading and have you anticipating the what’s coming next as soon as you’ve finished. Jocelyn Stover emerges with incredible promise as a blossoming young author.
APratt0414 More than 1 year ago
Gwen Cohen works for Preston-Ward Pharmaceuticals in the drug research and development program. She works in a lab and working rules her life. But she does allow a little fun into her life with her best friends Melanie and Kade. When she encounters two men fighting and tearing up her lab in the middle of the night, her entire world is turned upside down. She has to leave behind her friends and family to fulfill a destiny she never knew she had. Can she do it? Is she as strong as they believe her to be? I was really frustrated with this book. It took me a while to get into it because it is slow to get going. The author is very descriptive in her writing and it takes a loooooooong time for anything to happen. Then, when it does, instead of it dragging out like the first part of the book, it's over in a flash. Based on the beginning of the book, I figured Gwen saving the world would end on a cliffhanger but it's over and done like a 2-minute quickie. There is an epilogue that leads you to believe that Gwen's job isn't over but you kind of already know that because the title says it's a series. I did like the characters and the plot is good and while it does entail beings that have been written about before, it is a different storyline. If the book was less developed in the beginning or more evenly developed toward the end, I would've liked it more. I would like to see what happens to these characters as they are a lot of fun and the concept is a unique one.