Jennifer DeLucy has created a unique, enchanting tale of destiny and the ageless power of love in her debut novel, Seers of Light. DeLucy’s novel charms readers with quirky characters, while sketching a haunting portrait of one woman’s journey on the path of the supernaturally gifted. But be prepared. Once you’ve entered the world of Seers, you will never be the same.
Here’s what I thought:
This story grabbed my full attention right from the start, and held on till the finish. I like that in a book. The characters are well written and the pacing is quick. I love it when a story really hits me emotionally, and Seers of Light does that. I love the paranormal genre, so I’m always pleased when I find an author that gives me something new in that arena.
There are quite a few characters in this book, so I will limit myself to the 3 main characters, Lily, William, and Christian. I like Lily. I like her a lot. I think if I met her in real life that we would be friends. She handles being thrust into a whole new life without whining. I find her courageous. The new life includes Christian and William. I admit that I liked Christian more in the beginning, but as the story moved on and I got to know William better…I am 100% Team William now. Christian is arrogant which is a characteristic that I’m usually attracted to in my fictional men. From Christian tho it just comes across as bossy and selfish, not confident and sexy. Go figure?!? William is sensitive to Lily’s moods and needs, and that makes for one very SEXY dood.
The 3 of them struggle with their feelings for each other…Christian hates William btw, but it’s from before Lily ever came on the scene. The fact that they both like Lily only intensifies Christian’s dislike for William. Lily is distrustful of William at first because of misinformation from Christian, but as the book progresses she is drawn to William more and more. O, and I was right there with her. It’s an interesting triangle. I encourage you to read this book and experience it 1st hand.
The erotica in “Seers” is more gentle and sweet than raw and hungry, but it fits well with the book, and the characters. It’s not as graphic as I like but it’s very well written. One sign of a good book for me is when I’m nearing the end, and I feel kinda panicked because I don’t want it to end. That’s how I felt nearing the conclusion of “Seers of Light”. I’m happy that there are more books coming my way from this author. Jennifer DeLucy has a talent and we’re the lucky recipients. Take advantage and read this book!
I give “Seers of Light” 3.5 out of 5 hot doods.