Tuesday, August 23, 2016


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Title: Feyness
Author: ES Carter
Genre: Dark Romance
Release Date: August 23
I don't see dead people.
I see you.
I see every incarnation of you.
I see the history of your soul.
I can see your aura soaked in the blood of your previous lives.
Most people are inherently good or evil.
Some flit between darkness and light.
Few can change the fabric of their essence; it's a fight that most are too weak to win.
He was once darkness.
An evil so pure that his very soul is black and yet I am drawn to him like a moth to a flame.
Some days, I feel like I am drowning, the waves of my feelings stealing the very air from my lungs.
Other days, I feel nothing at all.
I'm unsure which is worse; gasping for air or dying from this thirst.
Can you learn to breathe underwater when you find someone worth drowning for?

Feyness is a dark standalone.
Readers of a sensitive disposition may want to step away from the book.
Step away, nothing to see here.
Readers who like to dance on the dark side, come on in and enjoy the ride.

Amazon/Goodreads Rating:  5/5
In Patti's Imagination Rating: 10/10

Faye Craven and Cole Hunter are two people who had a very dark and difficult childhood.  Even saying dark and difficult is a major understatement for what they have experienced growing up and into adulthood.  Faye has a special gift that noone knows about as a result of an accident.  She sees the history of your soul and knows that most people are inherently good or evil.  There is darkness and light.  Cole is darkness, with an evil so pure that his soul is black, yet Faye is drawn to him like a moth to a flame.  Yet she sees a glimmer of light in him so can she bring him out of the dark into the light or will he bring her more into the dark?
I knew going into this book that it was going to be a dark read with topics that can be very sensitive.  It was darker than I expected.  There are plenty of bloody and graphic scenes so be warned.  There are difficult scenes that take place in the story including things that Faye’s dad says to her and things that happen to her growing up. The author does a great job with blending the present and the past together for the reader to fully understand what Faye or Cole lives were like.  
There were some surprising twists in the story and when you understand Cole did some of the evil things he does, it all makes sense.  Besides all the darkness there is suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat needing to know what will happen next.  Then we have the supporting characters in which you will cheer for things that happen to a few of them and want to know more about the others like Luke and Grim, which I hope will have their own books.  This was one review that is so challenging to write without giving away anything because each word or scene has a purpose and meaning that plays a major part in the story but I can’t state enough that this is a very dark read with very sensitive subject matters.  

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About the Author
Eli Carter is a mum of three from the U.K.
She is a stay-at-home mum and a part-time advocate for families of children with special needs.
Her life is pretty manic, and she often gets asked, "How do you find the time to write?"
The answer is simple; she never sleeps, but not from lack of trying.
Reading and writing are her therapy, her solace and often the one thing that gets her through the long nights. (That and copious amounts of caffeine and sugar!)
She loves to connect with readers, so please feel free to friend/follow her on Facebook, IG and Twitter or join her reader's group, E's Elite.

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