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    Can Be Read As A Standalone

    I've previously reviewed Pandora's Box, The Menagerie, and A Band of Heather - but The Ephemeral and Banshee were both new to me. The Ephemeral: I had fun learning about this limb of the Sullivan family tree that branches up into Portland, OR. It was unexpected, intriguing, and I'm curious to see where the story goes from here. The Banshee: 'I was eighteen when I died. Then, at eighteen, I was reborn.' With a description like that, how can you not want to read this? It grabbed me immediately and if you're familiar with The House of Crimson and Clover series, you'll be fascinated at what happened to Giselle after she died - a highly creative alternative to what could happen to a soul when it leaves the body. If you're unfamiliar with this series, all of these can be read as standalones - if you're a fan of this series, you don't want to miss this collection. I received a digital copy of this book from the author.

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