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In my town, there are two kinds of people; those from the sophisticated Eleri, and those from the gang-run Riverside. The natural divide is the Eleri River, the human divide is money.

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Published February 14, 2020

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Ebony Olson

34 books82 followers
Ebony lives in Sydney, Australia, with her husband, daughter, and six cats. She loves to read fantasy, thrillers, and paranormal romance, spending most of her free time with her nose in a book or writing.

Having always possessed an over-active imagination she spent her younger years regaling friends with fantastic stories, holding her audience captive with the passion and suspense of her characters plights.

Now in adulthood she has numerous published works and shows no signs of stopping her imagination from spreading across as many pages as it can find.

Ebony writes across the following genres

Romance Suspense
Contemporary Romance
Dark Romance
Paranormal/Urban Fantasy Romance
Dark Fantasy Romance

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February 15, 2020
Fantastic Suspenseful Romance

One of the best of this Authors collection to date. Couldn’t put this book down until it was done. Calypso is a a hot sexy stand-alone with touches of thriller and ties everything up neatly t the end. I fell in love with Kingsley and really hope to see a book for him and maybe one for his sister too.
Sex: yes. Good build up, and it doesn’t monopolise the story or plot.
Plot: believable. There is nothing too outlandish that it drew me out of the story. I was annoyed with Brad, mainly because I joined team Aaron very early. Having the female as the billionaire was a nice change, add in the loving and supportive network around the protagonist and this story was refreshingly nice. Kingsley was a little worrying with his ‘closeness’ to his cousin, but he grows on you, and you realise his behaviour is marked by love for the only female he dares to trust. Give him a chance, you’ll want his number.
World: modern human setting, but not an exsiting city that I could tell, so it could exist anywhere. The story is about the people and their impressions, not location.
Recommend? Very much. Top of my list for books I’ve read in the last year. Even more so than Olson’s other books (except Spectra, which is still an all time favourite).
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