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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

More by T.M. Franklin

More is a YA novel with a supernatural element.  When Ava was a child, she imagined that she had magical powers, but her efforts at magic were mostly in vain.  In fact, there is only one incident that still puzzles her, and she can explain that one away with ease.

Now in college,  and feeling quite the normal student, Ava is doing well in all of her subjects, except physics.  Her professor recommends Caleb as a tutor.  Caleb, relaxed and laid back, is a good teacher, and the two get along well, developing a sense of trust and friendship.

Ava's sleep has been disturbed for some time.  Her nightmares are about a man with one blue eye and one green eye chasing her, and when the man in her dreams actually does turn up in a threatening manner, Caleb is suddenly there to protect her.

Ava is about to learn that there is, indeed, more to her, just as she imagined as a child.  Her world will be turned upside down, and she will have to find the strength to deal with the changes that result.

A nice paranormal romance with likable characters and unexpected villains.  This is the first book in a trilogy.  I wouldn't mind at all having a copy of the next book:  The Guardians.

NetGalley/ The Writer's Coffee Shop Publishing House

Paranormal.  2012.  Print version:  238 pages.
  • ISBN-10: 1612131239


  1. How's the development of the romance? It sounds like it's not so insta-love-y as some paranormal romances are?

  2. The romance begins as friendship; no instant eternal, fated love. :)