Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Review: Blind Barriers Volume 1: Sophie Davis

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Raven Ferragamo is starting a new life. Taking a year off after high school, she moves to Washington, D.C., leaving her childhood friends, her family, and her problems behind. The clean break with her past starts off better than she dreamed when a hunky neighbor offers to be her D.C. tour guide. For the first time in her short life, Raven really feels as though anything is possible.
Lark Kingsley had the perfect family, the perfect future, the perfect life. Born and raised in affluent New York society, she was bred for success. Until one day things go terribly wrong, and Lark vanishes in to thin air.

Seemingly coming from different worlds, the two have more in common than either could ever imagine.
What happened to Lark, and why is she desperately pleading with Raven to find out?
Blind Barriers is the first in a serial series by Sophie Davis, author of the Talented Saga and the Nightmares Trilogy. The sequels will be released periodically throughout Summer 2013. Check outwww.SophieDavisBooks.com, or Sophie’s Facebook Page atwww.Facebook.com/SophieDavisBooks for updates on all of her upcoming releases!

First let me say that this book is free on B&N and Amazon! And it is a must get.

I love this author's writing style she has a way to get you into reading her stories from the first couple of pages, it just draws you in. 
Let me say that this is a short book that can be read in about an hours time. But with this short story you have very good character development and nothing seems rushed. I have to say I enjoyed reading back and forth between Lark (which seems like a weird girl name) and Raven (which I love the name) it was easy to flow between the two when reading from both of their P.O.V.'s. 
As short as this book is, I am hoping book two answers questions that I did have, and is a bit longer with the story. 
If you are looking for an author who can get you engaged into a story and lose track of time then it has to be Sophie Davis!!! 






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