Grayghost by Tamara Grantham
(I was gifted an e-copy of this book by the author, and I also bought my own physical copy. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)
It’s been four years since Olive Kennedy sealed the portals between Earth and Faythander. Four years that she’s been living on Earth, working as a consultant to the Houston PD. It helps keep her mind off other things—like being separated from her husband and her dragon king stepfather.
Her ex, Brent Sanchez, works with her on the police force and helps her solve crimes. His friendship is a comfort—but also a reminder of what she’s missing. Everything changes when Olive discovers a broken mirror at a murder scene. It contains magic, and although it shouldn’t exist, it could be used as a portal to Faythander. Dark forces are at work, and the one person she wants by her side to help her is literally a world away. Olive will stop at nothing to solve the murder and return to the only place she calls home.
What I thought
Grayghost is the conclusion in the Fairy World MD series which is adult fantasy. This book picks up four years after Deathbringer ends. Olive is living in the Earthen Kingdom working for the police department (working with her ex) as a consultant when the Grayghost kills one woman and attempts to kill another. Olive is able to follow the Grayghost back to Faythander through a portal the Grayghost created. When Olive lands in Faythander it is nothing like she left it four years ago.
I have really enjoyed this series as a whole. I am sorry if this will all seem vague but there isn’t much I can go into without spoiling one or another book in the series. Tamara is able to tie up a lot of the loose end that was left in the other six books in the series. Once I started reading it I was finished with it in two days. I loved watching Olive grow as a character throughout this series. This was the slowest moving book in the series but like I said I still finished it in two days. The way Tamara is able to weave our world and the Fairy world together is amazing. Throughout this series, her characters are able to move through both worlds and it does not seem forced in the writing.
If you want to give this series a try and I do suggest it. you can get an e-copy of Dreamthief free on Amazon. No this is not a promotion I just really did like this series, and books are expensive ;).
My Rating: /5
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