Sapphie: A Paranormal Romance by Bryan Alaspa

Sapphire by Bryan Alaspa

Sapphire is a paranormal romance, set in the town of Knorr, a place where strange things abound. Our story opens by letting us get to know Jimmy, a young boy living with his Mother. Jimmy is not a popular kid, so we also get to know his one friend, George.

As the story goes on we meet the other characters and Mr Alaspa has given us time to get to know them.

The only thing I found was that this book was quite slow, I only got really interested in the second half when things really start to kick off. Once things did start to happen I enjoyed it, it’s just that it took some time to get there.

If you’re thinking of reading this book I’d say do, but if you’re not so in to Romance and you’re reading it more for the Paranormal aspect like me, you’ll probably struggle with the first half. That’s not to say it’s not a good book, it’s just not really my thing.

The only problem I found really, is that when you get halfway through and find the interesting bit, the spelling falters and there are a few errors. Some you may not notice and some you might.

The book itself only goes to about 89%, the rest is a taster of another book called Vicious. This is commonly done now and gives you an idea of what else an author has up his/her sleeve.

If you want to get the book you can find it here;

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-Paranormal-Romance-Bryan-Alaspa-ebook/dp/B00EX73K5I/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1413617671&sr=1-1&keywords=sapphire+a+paranormal+romance

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