★ASHLEY STOYNAOFF'S REVIEW★
Night Visions (Night Series, #1) by Elena Gray
Title: Night Visions (Night Series, #1)
Author: Elena Gray
Number of Pages:204Publication Info: Elen Gray (Dec 2012)Genre: Adult, Paranormal Romance
Shelf: Books I Bought
Summary from Goodreads:Plagued by visions and voices, Samantha Cade must be losing her mind. Until she realizes there's a hidden message waiting to be revealed. Just how, she'll have to figure out.
When Ian Behr reappears in her life, after six long years, dormant longing awakens. To survive this turmoil, she'll need to guard her heart.
This book was packed full with sexy romance, suspense, and action. There really never was a dull moment. An awesome start to a series.
Samantha Cade is anything but average. She sees things, mostly death, and she is pretty sure she is losing her mine. She lives alone with her dog Ginger, and with a lot of effort she manages to keep her head on straight—sort of. But when the only man that she ever loved returns after vanishing six years ago, her life gets … complicated. Secrets, betrayal, paranormal hottest; Night Visions has it all, and will leave you begging for more.
I adored Ian and Samantha. Their attraction was perfect and not perfect all at the same time. They had their issues,and a past, so it really wasn’t a love at first sight thing, more of a lost love rekindled. Their relationship was refreshing.
The simple descriptions were prefect. Gray starts the scenes and settings in her imagination and lets the reader finish them. One of my biggest pet peeves is when anauthor goes overboard in the description area, and essentially buries the actual story in fluff. You won’t find that with Night Visions. The descriptions are meaningful, and well placed, enhancing the story instead of drowning it.
My only issue, and the reason for the four stars, is that some of the events that happened within the story could have used more of an explanation. I won’t say anything else here because I don’t want to give anything away but, at times I felt like something that should have been a big event in the story was accepted by Samantha and then brushed overquickly.