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    Very enjoyable, and full on from beginning to end.

    Dead Over Heels, is an unusual story with a paranormal twist. Unlucky in love Veronica creates a spell to find her soul mate. Not long after she ends up on a blind date with Sebastian at ‘The River House’ Restaurant. The two hit it off immediately, but whilst they are enjoying themselves Veronica notices a strange couple on the next table, not eating or drinking, and the woman looks very familiar. Sebastian asks the waiter to take them a round of drinks, but the bemused waiter tells him that no-one has been sitting there all night. One month later, Veronica and Sebastian are back at the restaurant to celebrate their one month anniversary. Sitting at the exact table they did the first time they dined there, they are shocked when the couple from their first date suddenly appear out of thin air, and sits at the next table again. They both realise that there is ghostly activity going on, but could the ghosts spell danger for Veronica and Sebastian? Dead Over Heels is a quick read at only 38 pages long, but there is so much going on in the story that it feels much longer. I love how Theresa has combined a love story, with a paranormal one. Veronica and Sebastian are very likeable characters, and it would seem that whether Veronica conjured up her soul mate, or whether fate intervened, the two were made for one another. The ghostly happenings are a fantastic plot twist, but I won’t say anymore, or I’ll give the plot away! Let’s just say that I didn’t predict the ending, even when the book opens with a snippet of it. Very enjoyable, and full on from beginning to end.
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    Things aren’t always what they seem

    I liked this short story from the start to the end. The storyline is simple and realistic and fantastic at the same time. But let me warn you that there is a huge surprise at the end that has totally swept me off my feet. In actual fact, I want to tell you without misrepresentation: Theresa Braun has sent me on unpredictable romantic journey through the world of spirit with characters that I feel very real and full, multidimensional and are so easy to fall in love with, and to hate. In addition, I’m so glad the author brought modern day issues and showed how to respond effectively to them… if only it were possible. I love the diversity and abruptness. It made the story more real because these are real things in our setting. Overall, this is a very good, gritty novelette with an ending that shocked me. It deserves to be read.

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