Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter

April 30th, 2020 Kimberly Review 20 Comments

30th Apr
Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter
Suddenly Psychic
by Elizabeth Hunter
Series: Glimmer Lake #1
Genres: Paranormal Women's Fiction
Source: Purchase
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Every woman goes through changes in their forties.
Just not… these changes.

Robin Brannon was a normal wife, mom, and antique shop owner until a brush with death turned her day-to-day life upside down. Now she and her two best friends are seeing things that belong in a fantasy novel. Ghosts. Visions. Omens of doom. Nothing that belongs in the peaceful mountain town they call home.

Added to that, Robin’s marriage is on the rocks, her grandmother’s health is failing, her mother is driving away the customers at her shop, her teenage daughter refuses to get her drivers’ license, and her left knee aches every darn morning.

Robin doesn’t have the time, energy, or knees to unearth the secrets buried at the bottom of Glimmer Lake, but fate doesn’t seem to care. Some secrets are just dying to be exposed.

friends mystery paranormal Small-town

When three middle-aged women crash into Glimmer Lake, they awaken with strange abilities. Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter is the first novel in the Glimmer Lake trilogy. Danger, friendships and ghostly apparitions await you in this addictive tale.

Robin Brannon should be happy. Her youngest is a senior in high school, her son is off in college and her husband works from home. She owns a successful antique business, but she is feeling unfulfilled. Her best friends have issues too, one owns the local diner and the other recently lost her husband. When the three of them go out to celebrate a birthday, they end up at the bottom of Glimmer Lake.

The accident has changed things for Robin, Val and Monica. They have new found abilities. This book is Robins, and she is seeing spirits. Soon the ladies are caught up in a murder mystery from the past. The accident has caused a shift at home and a renewed perspective for Robin, her husband and family.

I loved the elements of danger and each of the ladies unique abilities. Together they make a great investigative team. Each is learning to harness and understand their gifts.

Friendships, relationship growth, personal growth and paranormal woo-woo pulled me into this tale. The mystery was captivating and well-plotted. Hunter knows how to engage her readers and I loved this lighter fiction from her.

Fans of cozy mysteries, women’s fiction and friendships with characters in their 40s will love this novel, series and new genre.

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About Elizabeth Hunter

Elizabeth Hunter

ELIZABETH HUNTER is a USA Today and international bestselling author of romance, contemporary fantasy, and paranormal mystery. Based in Central California, she travels extensively to write fantasy fiction exploring world mythologies, history, and the universal bonds of love, friendship, and family.
She has published over thirty works of fiction and sold over a million books worldwide. She is the author of Love Stories on 7th and Main, the Elemental Legacy series, the Irin Chronicles, the Cambio Springs Mysteries, and other works of fiction.

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20 Responses to “Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter”

  1. Stephanie Fairday's Blog

    I love, love, love that cover. Oh my goodness. That alone made me want to read it. After reading your review I definitely need to check it out. Sounds so interesting. Wonder what will happen to the ladies. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Judee

    Sounds like a good read. I am intrigued and at the same time a little timid to read about ghosts and paranormal..

  3. Peyton

    I haven’t read a lot of books with middle-aged women as the main characters, especially with paranormal elements! Thanks for the great review. I’ll check this out.

  4. Katherine

    Really you had me at antique shop. This looks fabulous! I love stories about friendships and that cover is so eye catching!

  5. kindlemom1

    Glad you liked this one so much! I’ve really been loving this line of books, they have been so much fun to binge read during quarantine. This one was’t my favorite of them all so far but, it was a nice read.

  6. Debbie S Haupt

    Ok this sounds good and three books isn’t a huge commitment I don’t think I’ve ever read her even though she sounds familiar. Thanks Kim