Saturday, April 22, 2017

REVIEW: In the Presence of Knowing by Valarie Savage Kinney

Keisha is pregnant and on the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend. Hiding out at Windy Springs Renaissance Festival, she discovers a world of magic. 

Stepping into new and unfamiliar territory, she finds herself among people different from any she’s met before. Though she feels she’ll never fit in, Keisha finds hope when she meets Rogan, who plays the troll. As friendship blossoms into romance, she soon discovers that Rogan, as well as others at Windy Springs, have abilities beyond the average individual – abilities that the child growing within her shares as well. When danger comes to Windy Springs, she’ll need the combined powers of Rogan and his friends to keep her and the baby safe. 

In the Presence of Knowing is the first book in the Secrets of Windy Springs series. Grab your copy today and find out what mysteries await within the magical forest at Windy Springs.

This is the first story that I have read by this author, but she is on my radar and I will be reading more by this author.

This story at first made me think that it was going to be just another story of abuse and I wasn't really connecting with the story, but I kept on reading because the stories can be deceiving. The more I kept reading the more the story just seemed to pull me in. I found that the book had some mystery and magic within its pages and the author did a fantastic job of keeping me interested and wanting to find out more. The characters were awesome and I did feel a connection with the main character, Keisha. The story-line, which was kind of slow at the beginning, was phenomenal and though I have a few questions, I found this book to be remarkable. I hope this author goes on with the story, because I am interested to know more about Keisha. I highly recommend this read.  

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