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Monday, June 5, 2017

Book Review: Walking in the Dark: (Ollie Wit Series Book 2) by Donna Augustine

Walking in the Dark: (Ollie Wit Series Book 2)
by Donna Augustine
May 25, 2017
Pages: 346
Some people find power in the light. Others are meant to walk in the dark.

Ollie Wit left it all behind: a new home, friends who saw her as something more than a fragile shadow walker and a budding relationship with Kane. She did it all in an effort to shield Asher, who should’ve never been able to escape the Shadowlands.

Now her money is gone, her hopes of saving other shadow walkers has slipped through her fingers, and Kane won’t speak to her. She’s been abducted by leprechauns, who think she has committed an unspeakable crime. The vampires want her dead and there’s a crawler blowing up End of the Rainbows. Kane might not want to work with her, but he’s going to have to because all hell is breaking loose in Boston.

Ollie had everything she ever wanted: a new home, friends and a possible relationship with Kane but she gave it all up to help Asher, her new friend who helped her in the Shadowlands and somehow escaped.

Her money is all gone and she’s desperate so she sucks up her pride and goes back to visit Kane but that doesn’t go quite the way she plans. Her life is on the line again and she doesn’t know who can help her now.

Once again Donna Augustine has done a fantastic job in book 2 of her new Ollie Wit series. Each series she creates is unique and I am sucked in from the very beginning. If you are looking for a new author she’s definitely the one you have been looking for

Check out JeanieG's 5 sheep review of A Step into the Dark
Check out DeniseB's 5 sheep review of: A Step into the Dark

Getting 5 sheep.


About the Author:
Donna Augustine was an odd child, had a brief moment of conformity in early adulthood and then decided to embrace her craziness as the years rolled by. It's her inner crazy that she credits with coming up with the ideas for her books. One part hypochondriac, a few dashes of paranoia, topped with a sliver of uptight and delivered with a relaxed flair, she kicked the proverbial box down the yellow brick road a couple years ago to embrace her true self.

She can be reached by a carrier pigeon, set free in a south by north direction, where she resides in Neverland with her two Siberian cats. Cats who, by the way, aren't as hypoallergenic as she believed they'd be.

For the conventional minded, and those of you without a pigeon on hand, she can be reached at She responds to most emails within three dusk periods.

P.S. For those of you looking for the discarded box, it was sitting beside the road for a while but has since disappeared completely.

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