Emily Von Peer hopes she never meets the man of her dreams.
For years, she’s been haunted by visions of an unknown lover. But after the death of her aunt and her return to her family’s estate, the dreams change. Every night she sees her imaginary lover die in her arms, until she comes face to face with him in broad daylight.
Nicholas Flynn is an Agent of Paladin, an enterprise dedicated to the study and eradication of demons. Seeking answers to a slew of magically related murders, including her aunt’s, Emily joins him in the investigation.
When their exchange with a demon goes awry, Emily sustains an injury that threatens to turn her into a monster - and thrusts her into the cross hairs of sorcerers, senators, and a seductive stranger who promises eternity.
My Five Star Review
I really enjoyed Premonition. It is the type of book that has humor and intrigue built into it showcasing the author's talent. Even if this isn't the type of book you normally read, you should give Premonition a chance.
Emily Von Peer has nightmares and in them is the man of her dreams. He's sexy, handsome, and thoroughly male, but he isn't real and that's a problem. The next issue is, he dies every night in her dreams.
Grieving the mysterious death of her aunt, Emily returns home where shortly after she discovers the house has locked her inside. Something lurks in the garden that is meant for Emily's destruction and it is the house's duty to protect her. When the threat is over, she comes face to face with the man she loves in the front yard of her home. Nicholas Flynn is real, he's sexy, and he's just as handsome. He also a member of the Paladin, a group of men and women dedicated to destroying demons. One of which just trampled through her yard.
After another encounter with the demon Emily receives an injury that could turn her into a demon which Nicholas is bound to destroy. Nicholas' mother, a mighty Paladin, is determined to save her only surviving son and soon Emily and Nicholas are thrust into a world where the ordinary becomes the extraordinary and angels and demons come out to play.
Premonition is a delightful if sometimes dark and sometimes light-hearted novel you are sure to get lost in. The novel is well-written and thoroughly enjoyable. It is suitable for young adult and even for oldsters. I love the way Jayne weaves her tale with poetic precision. If you are in the mood for demons, angels, and witches, this is a really great book to read.
About the Author
Agnes Jayne is a writer of fiction and paranormal literature. She grew up in Northern New York. She is an English professor a community college, and she lives high in the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia with her husband, son, and a plethora of adopted pets.
If you like the paranormal, and creepy haunted houses with a dark romantic twist, venture into the estate called, Shadow Ley.
Consumed by a childhood filled with terror and pain, Kellyn O’Brien strives to create the perfect family.Then, disaster strikes. Her husband is dead. Three weeks later, she discovers her son is heir to Shadow Ley, a nineteenth century estate located in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
Still reeling from Michael's death, Kellyn moves to Shadow Ley. Soon after her arrival, the ordinary becomes the extraordinary: broken drinking glasses repair themselves, stair rails that were once old are now new, and suddenly the estate of Shadow Ley is not what it seems.
She turns to the local historian and hears the tale of Shenahobet, the portal guardian, and the Hutto-pah, a tribe of Native Americans related to the Maya. She meets John, a doctor, who experiences visions of other times and places. Her dreams turn into nightmares with windows into hints of multidimensionality and the promise of life beyond death.
Legends abound and so Shadow Ley, the home Kellyn had hoped would bring peace to herself and her children, becomes mired first in doubt, then in terror, and finally in love eternal.
This is the second edition of A Shadow of Time and this edition contains the original ending which I love. Shadow is full of twists and turns, dreams, hallucinations, and multiple dimensions. If you love quests, ghosts, haunted houses, and romance you will love A Shadow of Time
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