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Thursday, June 9, 2016

Sensing Serafina

Two worlds. His, hers. Poor, rich. Freedom, control. Until her light breaks through his darkness, bringing them together in a sensory overload. Sera and Cal find love in each other despite their differences until a tragic accident leaves them both in the dark. Will they each be able to overcome personal struggles and adversity to find the light within? And is their love strong enough to withstand the dark?

Sensing Serafina (Romance)
By Elisa Ellis
Independent Publishing Platform
Price $2.99
229 Pages
Rating 4-Stars

Throughout the first half of this novel readers are led to believe one thing. Then there is reason for the reader to believe something else entirely. Against all odds, Cal and Sera come together in their belief in each other. Even separated by an accident and Sara’s father, their love and faith allow each to grow and mature into adults who can run their own lives and convince Sara’s father and others of that also.

The story is well written, but the switching from one period to another can be confusing to the reader.  The story is packed with emotion. Highly recommended to adult readers, as the story contains mature language.

Ginger Johnson


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