Saturday, June 22, 2013
Review: S.P.I.R.I.T- Fire Storm by Dawn Gray
5 out of 5 Stars
S.P.I.R.I.T: Firestorm by Dawn Gray
Sam magically appears in her home town and lands in the arms of Zander who is a SPIRIT team member. SPIRIT is the guys you call when things go bump in the night. She has no idea what’s going on, or why she can feel Zander.
Soon she discovers that she is in another world that looks identical like her own. But in this world there is a demon chasing her and Zander and wants them to go away. They soon discover why the demon wants them gone, and start fighting back to put things the way they were supposed to be.
Oh wow I loved Zander and Sam. Instantly the two are drawn to each other and sparks fly. Sam doesn’t let the bossy captain and his team mess with her and Zander has to bail her out of trouble. Dawn made this an epic journey. Suspense at what’s going to be revealed next was around every corner. Well-deserved five stars.
Being raised in both the Northeast corner of Vermont and one of the larger cities in Massachusetts has given Dawn, a divorced mother of three, the unique ability to mix the spookiness of a small town ghost story with the fast pace action of city life. Island Pond, Vermont was every child's wonderland, with looming mountains and small towns nestled in the valleys, its simple lifestyle gave Ms. Gray the ability to let her imagination run wild, thus creating her unique style of writing, where the stories speak for themselves. Big city living, in her teenage years to the present allowed her to harvest that energy and creativeness to bring to life some of the most unique characters, such as Michael Raven and Julian Deveraux. Although Vampires are her most used basis for characters and settings, Ms. Gray's novels also venture into those of other supernatural realms, with ghosts, witchcraft and werewolves coming into play in several of her upcoming manuscripts. -
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