Thank you very much to Ena at Enticing Book Journeys and Darla Stone for providing a copy of this book to [K]
The review below is 100% honest and all of her own views.
Amelia (Ami) Jane Gray is a recent graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She along with her friends Drew and Jackie, accompanied by Jackie’s cousin Sloane set off on an adventure that will change their lives.
Ami’s plans for her life are finally coming together, she is graduating college, she has plans of what to do with her life, when her friend suggests they go on a cruise to celebrate. What a brilliant way to relax after all the last year of college stresses.
I am not sure what I expected from this book, but it wasn’t what I got, I can honestly say this story blew me away. It was a compelling read that I could not put down, the chapters were a nice size which helped pursuade me to keep reading that little bit more to see what happened next.
I loved the wealth of characters in this book, and whilst it is the Ami Jane Gray series, I do wonder if we will hear more about her friends as the series progresses. The way book 1 has ended has left alot of loose ends which I hope will be tied up in the next book in the series. When I am not reading this story I find myself considering the options of what these loose ends could mean…
Darla is a new to me author, but I cannot wait to get stuck into book 2 to see what happens next!
Hello everyone, I would like to take a moment out to introduce myself. I am Darla A. Stone, Author of the Amelia Jane Gray series. Writing in the genre of Fiction and Romance has been a long time dream of mine. The first novella that I ever wrote was a single copy release and was specially written as a gift for a family member. With their support, along with the support of my loving husband, I took the plunge to become a published author. I am very excited to bring to you the worlds in which I have created.
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You can buy The Lost Island (Amelia (Ami) Jane Gray #1) from the following booksellers (and obviously many more! Support your local booksellers where you can!)
Stay tuned for [K]’s review of The Sleeping Mountain, book 2 in this series appearing later on today!