Thursday, January 14, 2016



An Omnibus: Unspoken, Soft Spoken, Outspoken

"They call me crazy, but they can't see what I see."

Ren is just an ordinary, average girl. Her mother tried to kill her when she was six and then killed herself instead. Her father hid her away in a mental hospital and forgot about her. Oh, and she can see ghosts.

Okay, maybe not so ordinary after all.

Sunny's Review:

I loved this trilogy! I read it in a day and could not put it down. Ren is in a mental hospital because her mother tried to kill her and her dad didn't know what to do with her. She can see ghosts and has not spoken in years. She is really kind of sad. She doesn't know how old she is since she has been in the mental hospital for years. She has a ghost, Toby, that has been with her for as long as she can remember. I loved Toby. He is pretty entertaining and while he is mean to her he does protect her. He does not call her Ren, he calls her Crazy and she answers to it. By answer I mean she does what he says.
Ren has a dream about the sisters and then Christian shows up. Basically, Ren has to leave the mental hospital and there is a lot of ghost drama going on. You don't really know who to trust and who to run from. Every time you think that someone is helping her somebody else shows up and you don't know again. I kind of loved Christian too. I like that Ren started to think for herself some and is trying to figure life out.
I loved and hated the ending. I can't say anymore about it because I don't want to ruin anything for you. So trust me on this and go get this trilogy!!! I am giving it 4.5 stars out of 5.




I wear many hats. Author, mother, cook, housekeeper, laundry do-er, sister, daughter. I enjoy writing, it allows me to escape the realities of life: bills, day job, baths, supper, dieting, cleaning the litter box.
My writing is usually romantic in nature with a bit of humor and a bit of surprise. My books range from Vampires who fall in and out of love so many times I had to make it a series to christian stories of finding out what is important in life.
I have always loved writing. During my high school days I wrote one book. It was a vampire love story. It took me so long to write it that I began to think of the characters as real people. I still do that today.
On a personal note: I have three wonderful children - Gavin, Arabelle, and Elijah, two not so wonderful cats, and two rats. We all live in a small town in northern Ohio. There is more corn here than vampires or werewolves, at least that I know of.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this review! I love seeing this kind of stuff, it makes my day!