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a Touch of Ice: an everly gray adventure (original 2012; edition 2011)

by L. j. Charles

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Title:a Touch of Ice: an everly gray adventure
Authors:L. j. Charles
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2011), Paperback, 284 pages
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A Touch of Ice by L.J. Charles (2012)

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Psychometrics is the ability to relate associations from an object.
Why not just from the fingertips?
This paranormal story isolates one of the psychic's tools into a believable tale. Each character is so well-developed you can see and smell them. The action is on-going but always allows a period of reflection, so you don't become overloaded with the not-so-normal.
Romance, mystery and the out-of-the-normal are all the elements of a good story. Ms. Charles combines all these elements into a fast-paced read. Each time a new character is introduced the pace accelerates. By the end of the tale you are in a flat out run to the end.
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  Bettesbooks | Jul 31, 2016 |
Interesting enough mystery. Some plot holes were hard to swallow, but the characters were likeable. ( )
  yonitdm | Dec 10, 2015 |
Interesting enough mystery. Some plot holes were hard to swallow, but the characters were likeable. ( )
  yonitdm | Dec 10, 2015 |
I absolutely loved the main character Everly and could clearly see her in my mind's eye. The murder mystery story and Everly's budding romance with Mitch intertwined throughout which was a great touch, and I found this one very hard to put down. The romance is emotionally descriptive without being slushy or too graphic, and I found myself rooting for Everly and Mitch to get together, and delighted when they seemed to be heading in that direction. I've since downloaded the rest of the Everly Gray series and some other work by this author. Great stuff! ( )
  claireh18 | Feb 16, 2014 |
Interesting enough mystery. Some plot holes were hard to swallow, but the characters were likeable. ( )
  yonitdm | Dec 19, 2012 |
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Everly Gray’s fingers are a magnet for trouble. 

When she touches photographer Mitchell Hunt and sees the image of a dead body, she dives into the murder fingertips first. Life takes a turn for the dangerous when she discovers the body is related to a small-time crime family that accidentally stepped on the toes of notorious criminal, Delano West. Caught in a web of intrigue where nothing is as it seems, El discovers an aptitude for breaking and entering, the pain of an up close and personal meeting with a bullet, and the terror of facing a cold blooded killer. What she doesn’t learn—to keep her fingers to herself.
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