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5.0 out of 5 starsGood job, Sandy!
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2017
I truly enjoyed this story. Nice blend of romance and the paranormal.
I was so excited when I found out that Sandy had a new book coming out . Her books are always such a great read . This new book had me staying up all night to finish reading . Let me introduce you to Jody , a ghost whisperer by all sense of the word . She is a conduit for the dead to talk to the living and trials that befall her when a young girl enters her life and reeks havoc . Enter Jared a PI who doesn't believe in the physics and the ghost realm . But when he meets Jody everything changes and will they survive what the ghost world or will their love go up in smoke . I loved the characters in this story . Jody is such a sweet and lovable woman . Who is the real deal when it comes to communicating with ghosts. But she is also very sad and lonely . You can feel it coming off the pages at you . She is stronger then she appears . When she meets a little girl. Fiona you see her strength come through big time . You will love her strength and her capacity at loving . Jared is the alpha man that doesn't believe in physics . His childhood was marred with parents that had no time for him. He has all the wealth a man could want . Until the fated day he meets Jody and the tables are turned . He is head over heels in love with her and will do anything to keep her safe . They are such a great couple together . They are sweet and lovable . They will make your heart beat a little faster The author takes us on such a journey in this book . I had an ugly cry when i was reading . There is one scene that you will cry , but that ugly cry is actually tears of joy and happiness . This book had me thinking of the show Ghost whisperer . The way the author wrote is like watching a movie in your head . You see the characters and how they interact in your mind vividly . It flows so well and the characters are so complex you will fall in love them . This story is like all the other books this author has written . They are sweet and sexy with such a passion . You will be swooning and reading all night long . So check out Troubled Spirits its up for pre order right now . Release date is may 5th
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017
I loved this so much, Troubled Spirits (Spirit Voices #1) by Sandy Wolters snuck up and took me completely by surprise. This is actually meant to tell the story of Jody and Jared, but for me, it was equally little Fiona's tale. And what a little strong-willed adorable poppet she came across as, but I digress, let me start at the very beginning here. So we have Jody who sees ghosts, has done all of her life and one night while sleeping she is awakened by the sobs of a little girl, Fiona. Fiona wants Jody to contact her parents for her, in fact, she is extremely insistent. Jody herself knows that the only way to get the little girl to move on is to comply with her request and as each visit from Fiona leeches the energy from herself she needs to be quick with this. The only problem is Fiona is a little girl and as such has limited information on her past. So fast forward a little bit and Jody is attending the opening of one of her best friends Art Show, here she gets to meet the very dynamic but cynical and closed off Jared a PI in business with her other childhood friend. After some unbelievable convincing, Jared taken and besotted at first sight with Jody agrees to help her locate the child's parents. So that's the main gist of troubled spirits. Not an amazingly original concept right? wrong!!! What makes Troubled Spirits so epic is the sheer emotion it manages to convey to the reader. Originally upon starting this I worried the writing style and myself would have issues adhering, we so didn't, cannot express just how much I fell in love with these simple yet amazingly complex individuals. And in my opinion, this is mostly due to the lyrical prose of the author, where each word conveyed by her packed such a poignant and emotive sentiment behind them, a brilliant talent all by itself. Troubled Spirits was for me more plot-driven than normal romantic fiction. It gave the impression that the romance was a secondary concern. And I found this a very refreshing concept indeed. If I had to give a comparison to compare this to, the TV show Medium springs to mind, in as much as it also portrayed the ghosts as real people to talk to. such a fascinating subject to read about. Although the plot with this moved at quite a slow pace, it had no trouble keeping me enthralled throughout. sometimes simple just works, it also says to me that the author has no need of plot gimmicks to hold its reader, so bravo Sandy Wolters, I am suitably impressed indeed. So its safe to say I have no trouble recommending this to others Troubled Spirits was a breath of fresh air that kept me captivated to the very end. I received a free Readers copy of this book of which I have reviewed voluntary. All opinions expressed are entirely my own. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
5.0 out of 5 stars“A Great Story Of Love And Ghosts”
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2017
When one dies, their body dies, but their spirit rises and never dies. Jody has been plagued all her life having psychic abilities to see ghosts. They often visit her wanting her to contact a specific living soul to give them a message. Once that task is accomplished, the spirit can continue on to the other peaceful side. Jody wakes suddenly one morning and sees a ghost sitting on her bed. Fiona is only four years old and wants Jody to find her parents so they can receive her message. It’s a difficult job. Most men avoid her as they can’t believe in her powers; they think she’s just nuts. But eventually to help Fiona, Jody has a man in her life who will support her in her quest for Fiona’s parents. For the first time, Jody falls in love with this man, Jared, who will not forsake her. This story is fast paced and has an explosive beginning. It’s suspenseful and certainly will enthrall you. This very creative, well written story by Sandy Wolters is her best. It chills your bones as well as warms your heart. Highly recommend...she’s a great author.