The Medium Path

The Medium Path 1600x2400 (Ebook)The Medium Path by Elizabeth Davies

Publication Date: May 26, 2015

Publisher: Romance Beckons

Synopsis:

Ruby is a 103-year-old ghost. A spirit guide to be exact. It’s her job to help new spirits go on to the light when they die. It’s a pretty simple job until Ruby starts noticing that some of her spirits are disappearing into darkness. In order to find out what’s happening, Ruby seeks the help of a medium who can see her and other ghosts. As Michael helps Ruby search for the answers, Ruby finds herself dealing with emotions she never expected to have.

My rating: 4 out of 5 stars

I’ve admitted before that I’m not a big paranormal romance reader. For some reason, I just have a harder time getting into the stories. I have a hard time identifying with the non-human characters. I do like variety in my reading, though, so when the author asked if I would be willing to read and review The Medium Path, I said yes.

I’m really glad I did. The story grabbed me from the beginning. It was a really different ghost story. The concept of the spirit guide intrigued me. I liked how the spirit world was set up and the twists in the story were excellent.

The only thing I didn’t really care for in the story was the Ruby-Michael aspect. To be honest, it was the fact that Ruby was a ghost and Michael was a human. It’s definitely the having trouble connecting with the non-human character thing in this one. There were just a couple parts that weirded me out. That’s it. Otherwise, I loved the story.

I would highly suggest The Medium Path to mature readers that love a good ghost story or paranormal love story. There are sexual situations and some violence in this book.

Thank you to Elizabeth Davies for the opportunity to read and review The Medium Path.

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