- File Size: 3400 KB
- Print Length: 228 pages
- Publication Date: March 10, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079VWL25Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #570,104 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
When Knowing Comes (Secrets of Windy Springs Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I love how all the characters, while playing a part, are not really playing a part if that makes sense. Like hiding in plain sight I guess. Not all of the faire folk have powers, but the ones that do have unusual and almost barely described powers. It’s like the author decided to give us just a hint of what powers they are capable of and allowed our imaginations to run wild trying to figure out what the rest could be. I have read other stories that do this and I really like them because I feel like its more interactive for the reader. I don’t know if I’m explaining that very well but its all I can say.
Another aspect of their ‘knowing’ that I thought was an excellent twist was that the power was a dual edged sword in that while some of the ‘knowing’ people has addictive personalities and dealt with some mental illness. It gave the background a deeper layer than they just had powers ya know?
Anyway, this book was awesome and you should go read it.
The threat from Cordelia that started off in the first book continued on, as everyone works together to protect Keisha and Evie from her. There was a moment where my heart broke for a character and I cried along with them.
I thought the story was beautifully written and flows easily. I will recommend this story to anyone and everyone.
I give it 5/5 Platypires.
It’s a trying time for everyone, especially for Keisha as she struggles to combine taking care of her young daughter, Evie, alongside helping Layla, the threat from Captain Dash’s sister, Cordelia, and her new-found ‘knowing’.
It’s another wonderfully written book, with plenty of twists to keep me interested, with a cast of multi-dimensional characters, each with their own eccentricities, fears and flaws.
I hope the next book isn’t far from being ready 🙂
When Knowing Comes is Book two in the Secrets of Windy Springs Series. Somehow I missed book one but was able to read this and understand everything that was going on even though I did not (yet!) read book 1. The author did a great job of getting the reader caught up throughout the story without re-hashing the entire first book.
These are very unique characters. And each was well developed with distinct personalities.
The story has ups and downs and keeps the reader guessing as to what is being hinted at throughout the book. I loved how these hints were sprinkled in!
The story brought me into the characters world and every time I picked the book back up, I was instantly transported their.
I definitely want to go back and read book 1 now and I am also looking forward to the next book in this series!
In book 2, it is the following summer and the following Ren faire season. Back at Windy Springs, Keisha is embroiled in learning more about the Knowing and what it means to be a part of a community where that is rife.
The book had good tension, again pulling me through the narrative with little resistance. There is strong drama, and the characters are very sharply depicted.
Readers of book 1 will be pleased to find that the supernatural world of the Knowing is central and the reader, through Keisha, finds out more about what that means.
Book 2s are hard, so maybe a 4* here is like a 5* book 1. I'd rate it higher if one thing had not tweaked me a bit. Mostly, Keisha gets left in the dark about many important things until it is too late, and that gets a little stale if only through repetition.