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The Grief Series

Publisher: Blessed Moon Publishing
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Romance
Sub Genre: Mythology · New Adult · Paranormal · Supernatural · Urban Fantasy
Language: English
Key Phrases: Angels · reincarnation
“At first I was like okay this girl is insane and all that. As you read this book you see how it relates to a lot of people. I see a lot of myself and ones around me in Livvy and it makes you super aware that we don’t struggle alone. I thought at first Liam is this playboy who of course wants to girl, but the dynamic between these two were off the charts. He knew what she needed before she did and helped her through all her attacks/episode. Seeing a main character in a story deal with severe anxiety is not something you see everyday. The “angels” and “demons” side of the story was amazing and I was absolutely floored when the truth came out about Nathan, I did not like him from the start apparently with good reason. Can not wait to see this story continue”
– Jacqueline Fromm on Goodreads
Secrets don’t make friends. But neither does the truth.

After her father’s sudden death, Livvy Reape moves from the mountains of Montana to the shores of South Carolina to escape her nightmares. Instead of imagining her father’s death, she’s haunted by dreams of women dying, each death more gruesome than the last.

Between these visions, college, and her grief, Livvy has no time for relationships when the pretentious biologist, Liam, struts into her life. But he might be her first shot at normal in a long time, and before she knows it, Liam’s warmth is all she craves.

Until she discovers meeting him wasn’t a coincidence. 

The visions haunting her have finally caught up, sweeping her away into a world where the ones hunting her are no longer just in her dreams.

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