Whisper Of Light

Whisper Of Light

by Jennifer DeLucy


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The saying goes that all men are created equal... but Nicole Abbot knows better. Lacking the supernatural gifts of the Sentients she has known all her life, Nicole has lived with her nose pressed to the glass, withering beneath the guilt of her own inadequacies and the disapproving glare of her father. It's easy to believe that the universe has forgotten all about her, but things are not always as they seem. With the arrival of Christian Wright, a handsome but complex Combatant with a troubled history, Nicole is forced to question everything she has ever believed about herself, proving that sometimes, our most flawed perceptions are those reflected in a mirror.

Jennifer DeLucy again plunges us into the world of lingering spirits, dark apparitions, and malicious vampires. But this time she takes us to the California coast where we get to know a new ensemble of gifted souls that are just as vibrant and endearing as the Sentients we came to love in Seers of Light. In Whisper of Light, DeLucy delivers exciting supernatural encounters as well as very human interactions that will both break your heart and make it soar.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781936305414
Publisher: Omnific Publishing
Publication date: 05/14/2012
Series: Light Series , #2
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

Jennifer DeLucy is an author of paranormal fiction, most notably The Light Series Trilogy, a freelance editor and a musician who believes in combining talents to create unique and inspiring work. Born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Jennifer moved to the Midwest in her early twenties, honing her passions and publishing her first two novels before moving to Seattle, Washington in 2012. She continues to pursue new and exciting avenues in both the writing and music fields.

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Whisper of Light 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
tracitalynne More than 1 year ago
I started missing everybody in this book around page 180. Jen's characters are so well developed, reading the book was like a long weekend with close friends, and the last bit was Sunday, when you knew that everyone had to go back home. I could live in this book. Is that an option, please? :)
TheAutumnReview More than 1 year ago
Once again, I really enjoyed this book. I was curious to see where Christian's story would go once her left for California. I liked the new cast of characters, but not as much as the first book. Nicole and Christian were my favorite part of this story. I really felt bad for Nicole. She's such a sweetheart, but allows herself to be taken advantage of. She feels responsible for her mothers health problems and she lets her dad to treat her unfairly. I was happy to see her finally let go of that and learn to take care of herself. I also liked that she was a therapist. She was so sweet with Samantha. I really enjoyed watching Christian and Nicole fall in love too. I was a bit worried that Nicole was going to be a rebound for Christian. He was so hurt and sad until he met her. Even though he is a Combatant, Christian is a sensitive guy. He has issues that he needs to work on too. I really felt like Nicole and Christian weren't all that different in that way. They both had to let go of feeling responsible for others. This book wasn't as fast paced as the first book, but I still enjoyed it the same. I felt like this book was a bit softer and more romantic. If you're looking for a great series to start, check this one out. The books are well written and held my attention to the end.
StephWard More than 1 year ago
'Whispers of Light' is the second novel in a great paranormal fantasy series that follows a young woman who is taken from her normal life and is suddenly brought into a world that she always thought may have existed, but never had proof. Now she's trying to avoid being killed while figuring out who she really is and what she's capable of - not to mention the two guys who are willing to die in order to protect her. I thought that this story, which was the second in the series, was just as well written as the first book and had a good flow as well. I found myself once again sucked into the story from the very first chapter and I didn't stop reading until I finished the book - which only took one day. Again, I found that the setting of the book was a perfect choice for the story - it continued to contain a great mix of the fantastical and magical aspects that made the story of the first book feel realistic and supernatural. The characters and their problems continued to be interesting and had lots of complexities, which I thought made the storyline of the novel believable and makes the reader more invested in the narrative. The second book in the series continues along the interesting story and will keep readers coming back for more. Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
calileo More than 1 year ago
The first book was great and the second one was even better. Highly recommened.
traciolsen on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I started missing everybody in this book around page 180. Jen's characters are so well developed, reading the book was like a long weekend with close friends, and the last bit was Sunday, when you knew that everyone had to go back home.Bring on Book Three!
mt256 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Whisper of Light is the second book in the Light Series. I really liked the first book a lot, Seers of Light. However this book, I love. This book focuses on the West Coast Sentients that we first met in Seers of Light. The west coast sentients are a bunch of lovable misfits. The storyline centers around Nicole. Both her parents are sentients but Nicole doesn't appear to possess any special gifts. Her father is a jerk, to put it nicely, and her mom is having some memory issues. Nicole feels out of place in her own home, unloved by her dad, and lonely. I liked her character growth throughout this novel. I love how Jennifer DeLucy transformed her character. I think Nicole is someone who we all can relate to at some point in our lives. Nicole's world is rocked with the arrival of Christian. If you haven't read Seers of Light I don't want to ruin it for you but he had a rough time in that book. Christian arrives on their door step looking for a new start but also coming with emotional baggage of his own. Nicole has to learn to trust not only herself but Christian also. They have to work together to help save a little girl. I really like Christian. His character really opens up in this book. Jennifer DeLucy gives us more back ground information on him that makes him more likable and appealing. Overall I really love this story. This book was like my favorite kind of ice cream with awesomesauce poured all over it. If you haven't read these books you are missing out!
AOG72 More than 1 year ago
This was perhaps my favorite of the 3 books from this series. I enjoyed Nicole's story and with out giving away the end - I was happy to see a certain character have their happy ending,
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