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Reluctant Medium (Rachel Blackstone Paranormal Mystery Series #1)
Title : Reluctant Medium (Rachel Blackstone Paranormal Mystery Series #1)
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Language : English
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Alternate cover edition for B008BVG8UQRachel repeated the shaman's words: "Allow the power to flow through you. Don't try to capture it. You wish only to borrow it." All Rachel Blackstone wants is to talk with her father; solve the mystery of how he died. Using a Native American ceremony given to her by a shaman, she summons him in this paranormal mystery/fantasy. Instead,Alternate cover edition for B008BVG8UQRachel repeated the shaman's words: "Allow the power to flow through you. Don't try to capture it. You wish only to borrow it." All Rachel Blackstone wants is to talk with her father; solve the mystery of how he died. Using a Native American ceremony given to her by a shaman, she summons him in this paranormal mystery/fantasy. Instead, a soul intent on revenge slips through and threatens people she loves. Now the Santa Fe, New Mexico reporter must follow the evil spirit, uncover its purpose and send it back. The shapeshifter has horrific powers. Rachel is tormented by what she has


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Reluctant Medium (Rachel Blackstone Paranormal Mystery Series #1) Reviews

  • March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room

    I totally enjoyed reading “The Reluctant Medium,” and am thankful to see it is a series, so I can look forward to more. A very fast-paced story, yet there are pauses for the reader to recuperate, while the protagonist enjoys her friendships-long-term as well as new and budding-and takes time out to think through the situation in which she has, completely inadvertently, immersed herself and others.Rachel Blackstone, a reporter, left Santa Fe when she left her husband, moving to Tulsa and expe [...]

  • Simon

    Rachel Blackstone has fled from her home in Santa Fe leaving behind her job after the death of her father. He died in a mysteriously in a car accident and now, she is looking for answers. Using a ceremony she learned from a Hopi shaman, she tries to raise his spirit to get the answers. Unfortunately, the ceremony does not go that way and instead of raising her dad's spirit she raises a spirit who is up to no good. And on top of that, this spirit seems to know her family, specifically her brother [...]

  • Bette

    Rachel Blackstone is a believer in Native American lore, she believes that the dead can be brought back to this plane of existence. Following her father’s death with its questions and police non-conclusions of the cause. Rachel attempts to bring her father back so she can talk with him and get answers. Instead, she brings back an evil entity who was once Mario Pena. In a rush to protect her brother and friends from the evil of Mario she rushes back to Santa Fe, New Mexico.Every life has advers [...]

  • DelSheree

    Losing her father changed Rachel's life. The circumstances surrounding his death left her confused and alone. Her marriage provided no comfort, and her only brother prefers not to have anything to do with her. In the end, Rachel runs from everyone and everything. Loneliness has its limit, though, and Rachel finds herself turning to avenues she doesn't understand, unleashing power she has no idea how to control or stop. The basic premise of this book was very intriguing. I liked the idea of someo [...]

  • Sandy Grissett

    Good readThis book is about Rachel who is a journalist who wants to determine the cause of her father's death. Only to discover that instead of bringing her dad back from the dead she has brought back Mario who is evil. She goes back to Texas where her brother Chris lives. Chris is the mayor and is going through a divorce. Rachel moves in with her best friend Chloe. Rachel goes back to work with Julius, her ex-boss, as a journalist. She starts to work on a story that Mario does not want her to i [...]

  • Cheryl

    Great tale of mystery and intrigueI love tales of the spooky and paranormal. There are so many freaky things that occur in life that cannot be explained and G G Collins created an interesting and unique story that is great reading. The storyline flowed smoothly and each chapter transitioned painlessly. I look forward to the next adventure and you should give this first paranormal mystery with reporter Rachel Blackstone a try. You won't be disappointed.

  • Sharon Michael

    Not a bad rainy day read but it could have been better. While not exactly a cozy, the main character, reporter-as-detective, didn't seem particularly consistent. Her actions continued further into what I call the "Bluebeard syndrome" (don't open that door!) as the book progressed and that made it difficult for me at times. It also felt as if the paranormal aspect was somewhat inconsistent and used primarily as a way to move the plot forward rather than being an integral part of the storyline.

  • Rebecca

    An enjoyable enough read. More thriller-like in some ways than I usually go for, which probably contributes to the rating (as in if it's your style, you're likely to rate it higher). I wish the native american elements had been more developed, as they're part of why I chose to download the book. But I did like the main character and would definitely be willing to read others in this series if I stumbled over them, even though I don't usually go for the supernatural ones.

  • Mary Schildman

    Paranormal mystery?Never much of a paranormal reader however, this book combined great characters, beautiful scenery, love/respect of Native American lore, paranormal,a wolf, a cat and mystery in to a good what-where-why-who done it story. Will follow this author writings. Good job !

  • Joan

    This book was well written and seems well structured. It certainly held my interest. The plot line involving her brother was a little predictable, but I enjoyed the depth of her characters, and the Native-American lore.

  • Teresa Johnson

    I liked it, moved pretty fast at the end, not really scary but it kept me interested.