Book Review: Once (Gypsy Fairy Tale #1) by Dana Michelle Burnett
Burnett's jump-off for her new series is short, sweet, and to the point. It reads as a first book probably should. It sets up the characters and main conflicts with palatable, if not always great, finesse. With a stable start and a compelling leading couple under her belt, her next books promise to only do more to improve the series. Once is a definitely worth a look!
April 20, 2012
Review: Spiritus (Spiritus #1) by Dana Michelle Burnett
I was immediately intrigued by Burnett's unique twist on the stereotypical girl meets boy story. Ghosts! If that isn't out of the box, I don't know what is. The protagonist, Becca McCallistor, is an average high school student who's been uprooted from everything she knows in her home of Indianapolis, to Corydon. What she finds there is about to turn her world upside down.
December 19, 2011
Gìveaway & Excerpt from Spiritus by Dana Michelle Burnet
“As I watched him vanish into a soft mist that faded away, I knew that he was no ordinary spirit…I knew that he was a dangerous entity that could be in some corner of another realm planning his revenge, but I also knew that I was hopelessly in love with him.”
When Becca moves into her ancestral home in Corydon, Indiana, her life takes a puzzling and thrilling turn when she meets the ghost haunting the halls. As the seductive spirit lures her closer and closer, she learns about her own past and starts to understand that some mistakes are meant to last.
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