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Paranormal Women's Fiction with a bit of class, and a lot of sass, for anyone who feels like age is just a number! 

She’s feeling the heat. Or it might be a hot flash. Sometimes it’s really hard to tell. 

It’s been four years since Monica lost the love of her life to a sudden and devastating heart attack. She’s held her family together and picked herself up with the love and help of her two best friends. Now Monica has a new business, a new wardrobe, and a new vision for the future. 

As in actual psychic visions. Dreams that manifest in reality? Monica’s still not sure why or how it happened, but she’s been seeing everything from unexpected visitors to visions of fire and destruction. 

Separating premonitions from morbid imagination is proving harder than Monica expected, and no one can tell her if these new, violent visions will become a reality. 

Added to that, there’s a new fire investigator in town, and he’s more than a little suspicious about the anonymous and frighteningly accurate tips someone is calling in. Monica is feeling the heat…or is that a hot flash? 

Is their town about to feel the burn of a serial arsonist, or can Monica, Robin, and Val figure out the dangerous secret smoldering at the heart of Glimmer Lake? 

Psychic Dreams is a standalone paranormal women’s fiction novel in the Glimmer Lake series by USA Today best seller Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries and the Irin Chronicles. 

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Love this Series

I have totally enjoyed this series, and am sad to see it end.
I like Robin, Monica and Val and all their men. I really appreciate how the men are demonized like some of the other over 40 series.

I've re listened to all three books several times.
Ava Lucas is a great narrator,

and I think there is another series coming from this series. Can't wait for that

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Midlife fire

After losing her husband 4 years previously, Monica and her 2 BFF's are attempting to navigate their new superpowers, after a near death experience. She has her 4 children and she's an empty nester, but she's building a business and considering getting back into the dating line of fire - and then she meets the newest member of their community.

Ava Lucas does a wonderful job at narrating and giving personality to each character portrayed.

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Dreams

Loved the book, love the series. I'm sad the series is done. Wonderful characters and good story.

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Fantastic

I loved this series. It kept me captivated and I hated having to stop listening when my hubby talked to me. I really enjoy Ava Lucas narrating and hope to hear more from her. Elizabeth Hunter did a great job with this looking forward to reading more of her series.

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Amazing series

This series of three books are fantastic. I love romance novels but sometimes the story takes a sideline to the sex these books have a fantastic story about three best friends their children and their new lives in the case of to the women and how when is it friends puts their marriage back together working closely with her husband of 20 years. This is a family story it’s funny and it makes me wish that I had friends like these ladies.
I think any age women will enjoy these books for being a 50 something these books I can really connect with highly recommend and I will read them several times

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My favorite of the series

The narrator really shines with her version of Monica's voice. Hunter does such a great job covering the sorrows and joys of finding a second great love.

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Best one of the 3 books

So I have enjoyed all 3 books but Monica was my favorite lady. Her book brought spunk in to the story I highly recommend these books!

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Still predictable but interesting.

Good story. I skipped book 2 and book 3 coughs me up. Nothing special but fun to listen to while doing chores around the house.

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Nice Seeies

I love paranormal stories and would call this paranormal lite. It is highly relatable as I am the age of the protagonists. All 3 stories have been great to listen to in these stressful days.

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Poor Ending

I love Elizabeth Hunter but this book, especially the last couple of hours, were not high quality. I’m not sure if she was strapped for time but it almost seemed like she was channeling a Nora Roberts formula to finish this series. I like EH because she’s different and creative. This book and this ending was a disappointment.

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  • 12-20-20

Oh no not again

I really wanted this book to be as good as the first no it wasn't

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A Chilling Mystery That Sparked My Imagination.

I'm already a fan of Elizabeth Hunter's books and love her writing style. Her stories tick all of my boxes. Intelligent writing style that's easy to read. Main characters with personality traits that don't frustrate me. Variety and depth of character in the supporting cast. Credible background stories and settings - even when based in the paranormal. Plus, a balanced plot that's a mix of action, mystery, tension, and humour with elements dealing with romance and relationships.

As a menopausal woman myself, I love that this series has older protagonists and supporting characters. About bloody time! Woohoo!

This is only the second audiobook I've heard narrated by Ava Lucas. I thought her performance was really good. She conveyed the appropriate emotions when reading the different scenes and I liked the pace that she read at too. Ava has a number of convincing accents and voices in her repertoire - both male and female. It was clear during the many conversations who was saying what.

Psychic Dreams is the third book in the Glimmer Lake trilogy. However, I think it can work as a standalone title too. I must admit that certain scenes in this one chilled me to the bone. Forest fires are terrifying however add vengeful ghosts into the mix and my adrenaline was pumping.

Psychic Dreams could be view as a coming-of-age story for older, independent, capable women. There's a generous helping of banter, humour and realistic issues for the over 40s within a rather spooky paranormal mystery.

I'd recommend Psychic Dreams to readers who enjoy stories about finding our path and place in life. The value of strong, healthy friendships and stories that champion not being afraid of change and moving on.

There's an excerpt from Runaway Fate, the first book in a new series by Elizabeth Hunter in the same paranormal women's fiction genre. I can't wait to read/listen to it.