I just finished reading the 3rd installment of the Ivy Granger series and this book does not disappoint. I again found myself immersed into Ivy’s worldI just finished reading the 3rd installment of the Ivy Granger series and this book does not disappoint. I again found myself immersed into Ivy’s world and didn’t want it to end. Every book takes you a little deeper into Ivy’s character and shows how she grows into a phenomal kick ass heroine. Her half human nature allows her to show compassion and moves her away from the inhumanness of the Fae world. Her maternal nature shows itself in her ragtag adopted companions, one being a troll child and the other one a rare demon child. I can’t help but smile and feel warm and fuzzy about Ivy and Ceff’s relationship and enjoy seeing it blossom into something more. When Ivy’s sidekick and best friend Jinx gets in a spot of trouble, Ivy rushes to the rescue and puts her friends before her personal quest to find her cursed father who can help her control her wisp powers. A few twists and turns keep your turning the page and you can’t help but root for the underdog. I am already starting to read the 4th installment and anticipate I’ll have that one done in about 3 days as well. If you are interested in a half human heroine’s story with some paranormal romance thrown in there, don’t hesitate to pick up your copy today. I’m giving this installment my 5 fairy rating because of the journey into Ivy’s world where you are led on a wondrous quest of self-discovery and how one half human half fae woman learns about her inner strength.
Welcome to the 2nd installment of the Ivy Granger series.
Where the 1st book was more of a fleshing out of the main characters, this book continues onWelcome to the 2nd installment of the Ivy Granger series.
Where the 1st book was more of a fleshing out of the main characters, this book continues on with more depth and Ivy becomes the kick ass heroine that I love to read about.
You also get to see Jinx, her trusty sidekick, blossom some more.
I also like the fact that more supernatural characters show up in this book. Lamia, faerie queens, demons, and many others. Some of the visitors aren’t written about very often and it’s nice to see some new players on the field.
Ivy has found out the seriousness of faerie bargains and what happens when you are half fae and aren’t in control of your powers.
In this book, she starts the quest to find the one person who can help her control her wisp powers and gets thrown into the frying pan.
I also enjoyed the continuation of the romance between Ivy and Ceff.
I give Ghost Light my 5 Fairies rating for continuing action with some lightheartedness thrown in the mix. I couldn’t put the book down once I started reading it and read it in about 3 days.
EJ Stevens is becoming one of my favorite authors and I am looking forward to the next books in the series....more
I met this awesome writer at ARC-NOLA and her books are right down my alley. My favorite genre is Urban Fantasy and the supes that she has in the IvyI met this awesome writer at ARC-NOLA and her books are right down my alley. My favorite genre is Urban Fantasy and the supes that she has in the Ivy Granger series are Fae which is one of my favorites.
First of all, I loved this book. It drew me in quite quickly. Psychometry is one gift you don't see written very often. Ivy is a bit mellow at the start, I prefer to see a little more kick ass heroine but I think this is mainly the fleshing of her character. The twist of romance was a welcome addition and I hope to see the relationship grow further. I'd also like to see some more back story on Ivy's father. Action and romance blend wonderfully with the story line. Excellent starting point.
Her take on the Fae is exactly how I see them, not all are glittery TinkerBell types. This book does portray their inhuman nature and there is some humanization but not too much to turn me off.
The plot line flows nicely and is a good beginning to Ivy Granger saga. Some of the pop culture references are very relatable to me and what my interests are.
If you like the Fae and like to see the darker side of Faekind, pick up this book and enjoy the action and romance that snakes throughout the book.
Looking forward to the rest of the books in the series....more
I'm a Kelly Armstrong fan and her lastest offering doesn't disappoint. I love the story line and the dual female protaganists who are twins help makeI'm a Kelly Armstrong fan and her lastest offering doesn't disappoint. I love the story line and the dual female protaganists who are twins help make this book a page turner. All these things mesh and is one of the reason that I love to read. I like the mythological angle and hope she expands on that.
The romantic tension hinted at by the girls with their prospective love interests is very interesting and I hope Kelly Armstrong continues to explore that. It makes me root for the guys who are obviously in love with the girls.
If you like to read fantasy with mythological elements,a dash of romance, and fights with otherworldly creatures pick up a copy of this book.
Surreal landscapes in this dystopian crossover. There is also a undercurrent of romance. The twist will have your mind reeling. I'm looking forward toSurreal landscapes in this dystopian crossover. There is also a undercurrent of romance. The twist will have your mind reeling. I'm looking forward to the sequel....more