Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Review - Ivy Vines: Visions by Judy

Moving to Sedona was the only way Ivy could think of to start over. She would meet her high school sweetheart and work on making things right between them. Her psychic abilities were gradually becoming a curse and she needed a new start. Little does she know that when she applies for a waitressing job at a local, upscale French bistro, she will come in contact with the dark and mysterious Eli Dubois. What she doesn’t realize is she has just walked into the middle of the Vortex Murders, which involve a great deal of paranormal activity. Elijah’s army of seers are being murdered, one by one, which seems to be magnifying Ivy’s special abilities. 

Eli's best friend, Jake, arrives on the scene and reveals the secret that changes everything. With nowhere to turn, Ivy leans on the two men who offer her solace. And who is the old woman in the shroud? Is she a vision, a dream, or is she real? Only time will tell. 

My Review:

Ivy just wants to start over with her high school sweetheart so she moves out to Sedona to make things work with him.  Little does she know that her psychic abilities put her in the middle of something even more and if things don’t stop soon she will end up being murdered.  In walks Eli & Jake, two men who help protect Ivy from whomever is murdering all the seers, can the three of them stop what is happening or will they all fall to the same fate as the others? 

WOW what a great story!  The story was action packed, suspenseful and full of surprises.  I was engrossed with the book and characters right from the beginning and loved how although Eli & Jake  were strangers to Ivy in the beginning, they would do anything to protect her; as well as others; from being murdered. 

I absolutely loved the Ivy & Jake, they were a perfect “couple” while playing out their role to make sure no one caught on to who she truly was with.  He was sweet, caring and made Ivy feel at peace…he was ying to her yan….a perfect couple that couldn’t be together. 

Not only do you have the exciting tale of what is going on with the seers, you have the added element of good vs. evil and who to or not too trust.  I was pleasantly surprised with on one of the events that took placed in the story and loved outcome.  

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