TITLE: The Supers
AUTHOR: Sean Michael
SERIES: The Supers
PUBLISHER: Dreamspun Beyond
COVER ARTIST: Aaron Anderson
LENGTH: 242 pages
RELEASE DATE: October 15, 2017
PRICE: $4.99 -e-book / $9.99 –paperback
Hunting ghosts and finding more than they bargained for.
Blaine Franks is a member of the paranormal research group the Supernatural Explorers. When the group loses their techie to a cross-country move, newly graduated Flynn Huntington gets the job. Flynn fits in with the guys right off the bat, but when it comes to him and Blaine, it’s more than just getting along.
Things heat up between Blaine and Flynn as they explore their first haunted building, an abandoned hospital, together. Their relationship isn’t all that progresses, though, and soon it seems that an odd bite on Blaine’s neck has become much more.
Hitchhiking ghosts, a tragic love story forgotten by time, and the mystery of room 204 round out a romance where the things that go bump in the night are real.
Blaine and Flynn are ghost hunters. Flynn is the new member of the team as the new tech guy. He’s the one supposed to record and keep the data about everything they find with ghosts and spirits.
Blaine is the psychic of the team, he’s the one who actually sees the ghosts and spirits.
The team decide to go to an old abandoned hospital, it’s not the first one for them except for Flynn.
They were ready to spend a boring night, without much activity, so they didn’t expect to meet so many interactions and visitors, worst Blaine and Flynn seems to be the center of those paranormal activities.
What’s happens, really?
I loved this book, I really loved this book. It spooked me, totally completely spooked me (I can be a chicken sometimes)
Blaine and Flynn are sweet and adorable. As different they can be, they are complementary and support each other, they also want to protect each other, Blaine refuses to let Flynn near the hospital and Room 204.
The story and the plot were great and captivating. It was well written, super well written. How things took place, and how little by little, we understood that nothing is completely normal.
The author distills clues through the book that something was off, and it works, I was feeling uneasy, trying to understand what’s really happening.
The writing is dynamic, fluid, fresh, and I was completely hooked.
I was spook by the story. Ok, I read the book at night, with a mini storm, rain, wind, and trees knocking at my window…ok, I was completely terrified, BUT I couldn’t put my kindle down. Nope, who needs to sleep when you read a good book. And here, the story and plot are better than the characters.
You know sometimes, you read a book, and the story is good, but the characters are better and hold the story. Here it’s the reverse, the story by itself is a character, and it’s definitely my favourite one with the “others.”
It’s 4 OptimuMM’s for the Supernatural Explorers.
***I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC. My review is an honest opinion of the book***