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Second Look Book Review: Semi-Psychic Life: (Glimmer Lake Book 2) by Elizabeth Hunter

Semi-Psychic Life: (Glimmer Lake Book 2)
by Elizabeth Hunter 
April 21, 2020
290 pages
A Paranormal Women's Fiction with a bit of class, and a lot of sass, for anyone who feels like age is just a number!

Who says you can’t live the rock and roll life after forty?
You just need a lot more vitamins and a bigger bottle of aspirin.

Valerie Costa was pretty sure she was rocking her forties. She had an amazing coffee shop, two cool teenagers, and a new superpower that gave her insight into any random object she touched.

Okay, she wasn’t thrilled about that last one.

Ever since Val and her two best friends had driven their car off the edge and into Glimmer Lake the year before, Val has struggled with her new abilities. She’s not exactly sure she wants to be psychic, she could live without her newfound glove addiction, and honestly no one wants to know that much about their teenage sons.

But when Val’s ex-husband goes missing, and police show up at her door with questions she can’t answer, Val, Robin, and Monica are going to have to use their sudden psychic abilities to solve a mystery none of them saw coming.

Semi-Psychic Life is a standalone paranormal women’s fiction novel in the Glimmer Lake series by USA Today bestseller, Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries and the Irin Chronicles.

Val is a single 40 something mom of two who owns and runs a coffee shop in Glimmer Lake. After a freak accident with two of her friends, Val has a new superpower that she is less than thrilled about. Any time she touches an object with her bare skin she gets a little mini movie of what happened to the person who touched it. Sounds cool, but when you can see and hear inner thoughts and actions of other people you see things you wished you could burn from your memory forever. 

Josh, Val’s deadbeat husband goes missing and is being accused of multiple sins. Val decides that she must find him to give her boys piece of mind if nothing else. Sully, the town sheriff wants Val to stay out of it and let law enforcement do their job but because of her gift, she isn’t convinced that will happen. Sully really likes Val, but she just doesn’t have the time to date between her boys and her coffee business, but Sully doesn’t scare so easily. 

This new series by Hunter is so good and is a must-read. It’s relatable to women over 40 as well as the younger crowd and has a little supernatural to go with it. 

Getting 5 sheep 

Denise B 

About the Author:
Elizabeth Hunter is a contemporary fantasy, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance writer. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She once substitute taught a kindergarten class, but decided that middle school was far less frightening. Thankfully, people now pay her to write books and eighth-graders everywhere rejoice.

She currently lives in Central California with her son, two dogs, many plants, and a sadly dwindling fish tank. She is the author of the Elemental Mysteries and Elemental World series, the Cambio Springs series, the Irin Chronicles, and other works of fiction.

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