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Sensing you (Sensing Series Book 1) by [Adele, J.M.]
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Length: 248 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Gift or Curse?

Ronnie has inherited her granny’s gift of a sixth sense. But for her it’s not a gift, it’s a curse. She’s unable to trust anybody with her secret, unable to form any meaningful relationships beyond what she has with the woman who shares her abilities. She’s learned to hide behind a solid wall of bitchiness.

When the ghost of a persistent young woman infiltrates Ronnie’s world, she can no longer avoid the visions plaguing her. Reluctantly, she starts to open up to friendship, happiness and love, discovering that fate has more surprises in store for her future than she imagined. Including, a man who might actually be able to understand the pain she harbours under her tough exterior.

But as she learns more about her gift she finds herself in situations she isn’t prepared for. Now she’s in grave danger.

Will she be able to stop a madman before she becomes his next target?

*WARNING: this book is intended for mature audiences due to adult themes and situations. Some scenes may be confronting for some readers. If you’re at risk of triggering, please consider whether you should read this.*

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1520 KB
  • Print Length: 248 pages
  • Publisher: Book Flare Publishers; 1 edition (30 March 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01ABTW7A0
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good read- paranormal, mystery, danger and romance. 22 September 2016
By Gloria Antypowich - Published on
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I enjoyed this book about a woman who has inherited a sixth sense from her father and grandmother.

Veronica (Ronnie) Williams can see and communicate with spirits of the dead who seek her out. The ability to do so has had painful ramifications for her, and she wants nothing to do with it. She has withdrawn from most of society, shunning relationships because she does not what anyone to know what she experiences.

One particular spirit, Letitia, seeks her out over and over. Finally, Ronnie listens to what it has to say and what it wants her to do. It turns out that Letitia had become involved with evil influences while she was alive and now she wanted to make things right.

Veronica’s grandmother (who also has the sixth sense) encourages her to learn how to use her “gift” to help others. Ronnie helps a co-worker, she meets the man she will love and she rescues someone who has been in the clutches of the same evil that Letitia had become entangled with. However, sometimes helping leads to different results—joy, anger and feelings of betrayal, even danger to herself.

I have always been fascinated by the paranormal. I certainly do not have this ability—but I have met two people (a man and a woman) who claimed to be able to sense when they met people who were unaware that they were ill, or going to die. I met the man in passing—and he felt that “gift” was actually a curse. I had a long term acquaintance with the woman who had it; as a child, she had been chastised for blurting out what she sensed and she had learned not to say anything. By the time I met her she had accepted her “gift” as part of her life and it was something that she rarely admitted to having, but she lived a relatively normal life. (She had inherited it from her grandmother also.)

This was a good read. It is different. There is mystery, danger (although I was surprised at how the confrontation with evil ended) romance, friendship and a look at a paranormal element that could be seen as a gift or a curse.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed this book and a glimpse into the "gift" that ... 5 April 2016
By Sassy Southern Book Blog - Published on
Veronica "Ronnie" Williams has inherited her grandma's ability to communicate with spirits and lately one named Letitia will not leave her alone. She tries to ignore her but her grandma says she needs to accept her gift as it will possibly save her and others.

When Ronnie is forced to move from her "psycho" roommate Felicity Stevens she meets Brad who challenges everything Ronnie believes about herself and makes her question every rule she has ever made.

Yet Ronnie feels evil around her and must figure out whether she can accept the spirits and keep her secret "gift" hidden from those around her.

I enjoyed this book and a glimpse into the "gift" that Ronnie was given. I completely understood why she tried not to get to anyone after what happened with her own mother. I loved Ronnie's grandma and thought she was awesome the way she was with Brad and with Ronnie herself.

Brad was a great guy but I understood is shock towards the end and where he was just overwhelmed by everything but I liked that he had reconnected with Ben and that gave him the stability he needed to deal with everything.

I was happy with everything that was discovered with Felicity and I would love to know more about her! I think it would also be interesting to know a bit more about Derek Lindstrom as well and how he got to be the way he was.

Great read!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A promising start 5 April 2016
By Kindle Customer - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
As the first volume in a series, I expect to see scene setting, character building and relationship development. I got those. And, although the cast of main characters is reasonably small, I felt that the author did a good job of cultivating the bonds between them.

There was a background level of tension and threat which built steadily to the finale, which felt a little anti-climactic to me. I anticipated a complex, dangerous conclusion, but I got more of a fizzle than a bang.

That said, this is a promising start to the series. I await the next with interest.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Sixth Sense Romance 7 April 2016
By MAustin - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Title: Sensing You
Author: J. M. Adele
Series:Sensing Series #1
Publisher:Book Flare Publishers
Reviewer:M. Austin
Release Date:3-30-16
Genre(s):Romantic Suspense
Page Count:244
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

This is Ronnie and Brad’s story told in alternating POV.
Sensing you was a great 4 star read. I couldn’t help but feel a little spooked at times when Ronnie would see the ghosts. The sixth sense that she has allows her to communicate with them. She has felt different her whole life and has kept to herself. While jogging in the park trying to outrun a ghost who has asked her for a favor, she runs literally into a man that she is destined to be with.

“You will spend the rest of your life with this man.”

When Brad sees her he feels relief that he has finally found the girl he has been looking for. Brad had put his life on hold to spend time with his sister before she passed. He is now going back to college to get his degree in architecture.

As the story moves forward we see Brad and Ronnie connect in several ways. The loves scenes were great. We also watch them build a level of trust and taking chances. Of course they don’t get away that easily. There is the professor that Ronnie’s old roommate is seeing. She can’t help but feel creeped out whenever she sees him. There is a twist that explains everything.
I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone looking for a great Romantic Suspense. Thank you J.M. Adele for a great read.

ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by MAustin from Alpha Book Club
4.0 out of 5 stars I was super confused right off the bat 7 April 2016
By Kelsey Nelson - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
This was such an interesting read. I was super confused right off the bat, but once you get past that the entire novel makes sense. Sensing You bounces between the two main characters points of view. Between Veronica (aka Ronnie), and Brad, you learn that Ronnie has a sixth sense. She can see, talk, and listen to the dead. Ghosts wander in and out of Ronnie's vision on a daily basis, and she does her best to ignore them. But when one reluctant ghost simply won't buzz off, and mind her own, Ronnie finally sits down to chat with her.

That reluctant ghost is none other than Brad's sister. Hunky, adorable, Brad who blames his sister's death on himself. Turning to alcohol, he doesn't exactly plan on stopping anytime soon until he sees Ronnie at a local shop. Sensing something about her, he turns to working out to find that rush that he needs. When he literally runs into her, knocking her flat on her tail bone, he has to find a way to get into her icy cold ways.

Brad's sister has a hand in making them meet more often than once. When Ronnie's old roommate situation fails to work out, she turns to the boards where she is put into contact with Brad - unconventionally, of course, via ghost vibes. What comes from Brad, and Ronnie's relationship is pretty awesome though. I really enjoyed their chemistry, and really liked the fact that J.M. Adele write in the smaller characters that made the story a whole. I was a bit confused in the beginning but really got through it, and enjoyed the story overall.

A strong 4 Bars to Ms. J.M. Adele!