Certain Danger (Ghostly Shadows Book 2)
F.R. JamesonPosted 7 October 2019 by the-librarian
Alice Whitstable was living a normal life, working at a local clothes retailer, dating a man 15 years her senior, and living with three roommates. Then came the day she witnessed a horrific car accident of a famous musician from the band Certain Danger. From that moment on, the trajectory of her life changed drastically.
She began having dreams that felt more like long-lost memories than dreams. Her patient, kinda-sorta boyfriend lovingly helped guide her through the first few days and seemingly found an answer to helping her long-term.
I don’t want to spoil anything else because I loved this book. This is the second of F.R. Jameson’s Ghostly Shadows series of books. They are more of an anthology series of loosely connected stories in novella format so do not need to be read in any particular order to make sense of them.
The stories are perfectly paced, with realistic characters, and a plot that doesn’t stop moving. Once you start reading, you probably won’t be able to put it down until you have finished reading the whole story.
If you enjoy a good supernatural story, without the horror, this is definitely a book for you. It is one of those rare supernatural stories that prioritizes character, plot, and substance over whatever supernatural events happen to be occurring in the plot. Pick this one up and thank me later after you have to read the other books in this series.
I received a free, no-strings-attached, advanced reader’s copy of this book.
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