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Review: Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake #1) by Elizabeth Hunter #PWF

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Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter. The first book in her new paranormal series, Glimmer Lake.

Last year, I decided that mini-reviews were the way forward for this particular book blogger. 😉  This means that I only write full detailed reviews for the ARCs I receive.

What’s Suddenly Psychic about?

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Review: Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake #1) by Elizabeth Hunter #PWFMy Rating:
Title: Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter
Series: Glimmer Lake #1
Genres: Paranormal Romance (PNR)
No. of Pages: 322

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!
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 driver's 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.

Suddenly Psychic is stand-alone paranormal women's fiction and the first book in the Glimmer Lake series by USA Today best seller, Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.


Formats Available: eBook, Paperback
Source: Bought
Published by Elizabeth Hunter, Self-Published on 18 February, 2020
Purchase Links:Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ Book Depository


Suddenly Psychic is also another book in a new reading genre – Paranormal Women’s Fiction or PWF for short.

13 paranormal romanceurban fantasy and paranormal cozy mystery authors have teamed up to write books where the female protagonists are +40s. As a menopausal woman within spitting distance of the big 5-0, I’m overjoyed at this new genre. I can’t wait to buy them all!

What did I think about Suddenly Psychic?

Simply… Extraordinary!

I’m already a fan of Elizabeth Hunter’s books and love her writing style. Her stories tick all the boxes for me. Intelligent writing style that’s easy to read. Main characters with personality traits that I can connect to and believe in and depth in the supporting cast. Believable background story and setting – even when based in a paranormal world. And finally, a balanced mix of relationship, tension, action, humour and mystery in the plot line.

As a menopausal woman, I love that this series will have an older protagonists and supporting characters. About bloody time! Woohoo!

I’d recommend Suddenly Psychic to those who enjoy stories about the value of strong, healthy friendships. Like the idea of a second coming-of-age story for older, independent, capable women. And enjoy a generous helping of banter, humour and realistic issues for the over 40s within a paranormal mystery.

It’s certainly left me wanting to read the next book – Part-time Psychic. I’m off to check out the other books available in the Paranormal Women’s Fiction (PWF) genre.

Keep reading to find out more about this series and its author.

Glimmer Lake Series

They say life begins at forty. Three friends are about to find out how true that is.

There IS something magical about hitting your 40s. Whether you’re there already, you’re peeking around the corner, or you’ve blown way past it, the Glimmer Lake series is for you.

Books in the Series

Buy GLIMMER LAKE series in print and eBook formats through the usual sources, including:

Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ The Book Depository

About Elizabeth Hunter

Author - 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.

Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read my thoughts, I really appreciate it.

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I hope I’ve sparked your interest and that you add Suddenly Psychic to your groaning TBR piles. 😉

Elizabeth Hunter has written lots of books that I’ve loved reading. I’ve added her to my Favourite Authors page. Before you leave, check out which amazing authors I’ve mentioned as my favourites.

Bye for now,

Flora x

book cover for Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake #1) by Elizabeth Hunter. Part of Paranormal Women's Fiction (PWF) genre.

About Author

I'm in my late forties, my interests are varied but since menopause hit a few years ago, I find myself becoming a "grumpy old woman" all too frequently - where has my infinite patience gone!?! Lol!
I bought a Kindle in the summer of 2013 and haven't stopped reading since. If you want to know more about me, check out my blog - www.florasmusings.com

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