Enlightened

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When seventeen year-old Baylie Storm suffers an unlikely injury, her world is turned upside down. An unknown entity sends messages from beyond the grave warning that Baylie's beloved Tyler Caldwell is in danger. A century-old unsolved murder is uncovered, and supernatural gifts emerge. As Baylie and Tyler work to solve the mystery, their romance intensifies ... so do the threats on his life. More

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About A.D. Spencer

I am happily married with three children and I reside in Missouri. I earned a degree from Drury University in 2001 and operated a successful insurance agency for several years before pursuing my creative desires.

I hope you enjoy Enlightened and Cursed. The third book of the saga, Enchanted is coming soon!

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Review by: Lynelle Clark on Sep. 22, 2012 :
I was splendidly surprised with this book. Never one that reads Young adult books but I must admit this one got my attention from Chapter three. At first I could not figure out where the author was heading but then things started to happen. The vivid dreams, unfamiliar touch of ghosts leaving Baylie startled. The much older people colored the story with their knowledge. Surprised at all the twists and turns in the plot and could not stop till the very end. The story had a nice build up to it that keeps you interested to the end.
The growing relationship between Baylie and Tyler was pleasant to read. The Chastity ring and the promise to with hold until their wedding day a wonderful touch where young people of today think it is a curse to remain a virgin. The respect they showed to the parents and older people refreshing. The reasons I never read YA.
I even liked the undying romance between Jonathon and Abbi united once again after a very long separation. Which led to the Exoneration of Thomas and a "curse" lifted from the Caldwell family.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dee Doanes on Sep. 08, 2012 :
Absolutely love Baylie, the main character of Enlightened . Young adult readers will appreciate her inquisitive spirit that turns into full blown detective work. Her curiosity starts with the discovery of her grandmother's picture album that leads to the digging up of family secrets from long ago. The grandmother's back story was great.

Love the vivid descriptions of the visions The first dream/vision after Baylie's accident sets the pace for her new abilities coming to light and the unraveling of the mystery. I won't reveal too much so other readers can enjoy seeing the mystery unfold. Very entertaining with great paranormal scenes, great dialogue and good character development.

Parents of teens will enjoy Enlightened because it's positive. It shows Baylie's closeness with her family and friends and a sweet romance developing with Baylie and Tyler. This can be read by teens age 12 and up. I highly recommend this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Dee Doanes on Sep. 08, 2012 :
Absolutely love Baylie, the main character of Enlightened . Young adult readers will appreciate her inquisitive spirit that turns into full blown detective work. Her curiosity starts with the discovery of her grandmother's picture album that leads to the digging up of family secrets from long ago. The grandmother's back story was great.

Love the vivid descriptions of the visions The first dream/vision after Baylie's accident sets the pace for her new abilities coming to light and the unraveling of the mystery. I won't reveal too much so other readers can enjoy seeing the mystery unfold. Very entertaining with great paranormal scenes, great dialogue and good character development.

Parents of teens will enjoy Enlightened because it's positive. It shows Baylie's closeness with her family and friends and a sweet romance developing with Baylie and Tyler. This can be read by teens age 12 and up. I highly recommend this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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