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A new heroes journey. Two women must save their people. But first, Elena must save Hana, whose whose life is threatened first by a wrathful king and then by barbarians. They're stronger together. The problem is they're 4,000 years and 6,000 miles apart.

Wounded during a terrorist attack, NYC police commando Elena Labat wakes aboard a Phoenician boat on the Mediterranean Sea
Kindle Edition, 229 pages
Published September 28th 2019 by Black Opal Books
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Dec 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
Thank you IRead and the author for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

Blue Girl On A Night Dream Sea
By: Ginny Fite

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Ginny Fite is new to me, and Blue Girl On A Night Dream Sea is certainly a unique imaginative story. Two women, Elena and Hena, are worlds and time apart, yet they are inextricably linked through time for reasons not immediately apparent. Things become complicated yet clearer as the story progresses. The difference
Dec 04, 2019 rated it liked it
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea takes us on the journey's of Elena and Hana. Elena is a NYC police commando; Hana is a young girl with blue eyes on a dangerous mission. The two meet when Elena is seriously injured and in her unconscious state she somehow manages to communicate with Hana who is 6,000 miles away and 4,000 years in the past. They don't have forever as E
Dec 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
This was an interesting book centered on two key women, who lived courageous lives. Ech experiencing tragedy in very separate ways.

Elena was an ex-military, special division policewoman. Terrorists were attacking her city. Suring this time, she kept dreaming strange dreams and seeing a vision.

Hana was devastated with what her parents and village was forcing her to do! She accomplished the task, receiving needed help from a young man in the city Hana was to go to. During the worst time, she felt
Angela Thompson
Jan 16, 2020 rated it really liked it
Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea offers a unique blend of fantasy and thriller. I enjoyed Fite's previous novels because they were fictional yet believable. In spite of the fact that I enjoy fantasy novels, I wasn't sure how a time travel dream theme spanning thousands of years and very different cultures would work for me. I was pleasantly surprised. The author not only created two very different yet very well developed characters--but, two separate yet merged storylines that felt both real and ...more
Sherry Lynn
Jan 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
I have read a few others books by Ginny Fite and really enjoyed them. Even though this is not my normal kind of read. I thought I would give Ginny a chance and introduce me to something new.
Ginny Fite pleases the reader that prefers Suspense or Fantasy.
This was a really interesting read for me.
The characters were interesting. The story told in a way that keeps you interested.
I was engaged from the beginning. A real page turner.
Thanks Ginny for introducing me to something new.

I received a comp
Dec 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
Elena Labat is a special forces Police in New York City. She is called in to duty when a large scale terrorist attack rocks the City in multiple locations. Elena knows that there is more to this attack then what she can see. After an explosion, Elena is left confused and eventually unconscious. While Elena is unconscious, she is thrown into the world of her ancestor, the story of Hana that her mother told her as a child. Hana lived 4,000 years ago in Lebanon. Hana is unique due to her blue eye c ...more
Mahathi Ramya
Dec 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
Wow! I have thoroughly enjoyed this book. This book blurb is very interesting and this helped me to pick this book.

The story of 2 strong women from 2 different time periods intersecting at one point is an interesting theme to build a story on. Elena and Hana are both different and strong characters portrayed so well by the author. Even though we are reading 2 stories in parallel, one story didn't over shadow the other.

The climax is convincing and Hana won my heart for her courage. The book cover
Marilyn Wilson
Dec 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
As an author myself, I am always impressed when I read a book where the storyline occurs in two different times. It's challenging to keep a smooth flow back and forth between past and present so that the reader stays glued to the pages. In Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea, author Ginny Fite has accomplished this with ease.

We follow the stories of two women from very different times who are strong, intelligent and determined to do what is right while staying true to themselves. For Elena in the pre
Dec 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was completely impressed with how the first half of the book had two completely separate stories… and both stories contained fully developed characters and storylines. They were so drastically different, but surprisingly I didn’t feel like one story overshadowed the other. I would be hard-pressed if I needed to choose which story I found more intriguing and enjoyable. Through each chapter, as it switched between characters and time, I found I couldn’t wait to see how the journeys brought these ...more
Dec 09, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea is my first introduction to Ginny Fite’s writing. I thought it was pretty good. I was interested in meeting Elena and Hana. They were intriguing women from different eras and centuries apart and have had their own hardships and heart aches. They are drawn into visions that they have to figure out what they mean. The story is full of action packed adventure and thrilling they left me guessing as to what was going to happen next and wondering where the author was tak ...more
Dec 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Home is the best place to be

I always like a woman heroine. There is something extra special about them. Elena and Hana are two women in this story who are both heroine. Hana, a sweet girl left her tribe not only to save herself but her family as well. Home is always the best place for her to be. Elena is a fighter who has a heart of gold and willing to sacrifice her life for her family and countrymen. Both of these women are alike in certain way. Both fighters, adventurous and willing to sacrifi
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The author of the genre-bender Blue Girl on a Night Dream Sea, the thriller No End of Bad, and the dark mystery thrillers Cromwell's Folly, No Good Deed Left Undone, and Lying, Cheating, and Occasionally Murder, Ginny Fite is an award-winning journalist. She has been a spokesperson for a governor and for a member of Congress, a few colleges and universities, and a robotics R&D company.

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