Tuning In (An Elite Short Story)

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Canan Jones turns twenty-five and receives a phone call from a man who knows his secret. Canan has the ability to tune into the emotions of other people and he is wanted to work for an underground government agency in Sydney.
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Published: Oct. 25, 2012
Words: 4,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301054688
About Jayne Fordham

Jayne Fordham is a psychologist and indie author residing in South-West Sydney with her fiance and cheeky cocker spaniel, Buddy.

Jayne published her first YA fantasy novel, A Season of Transformation in 2011.

Her second novel, Intuition (Book One of the Elite Series) was released in early 2012. Intuition is a supernatural suspense novel set in Sydney.

Stop by Jayne's book review blog, The Australian Bookshelf.

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Reviews

Review by: Brenda Telford on Dec. 11, 2012 : star star star star
Canan Jones was celebrating his 25th birthday with his friends and co-workers at the youth club where he devoted the majority of his time. He had a special gift, and because of the sadness of his past, he had decided his path was to help troubled youngsters find the right direction in their lives. But he couldn’t keep the sadness away, and when he received an intimidating phone call from the one person he DIDN’T want to hear from, and was ordered to Sydney to work for an undercover government firm, he refused.

But when this same person called a week or so later, and offered an incentive Canan had difficulty in saying no to, as it was connected to his tragic past, he found himself wondering what he would do to find the answers he so desperately needed.

I enjoyed this short story about Canan and his troubled past so much, I immediately downloaded Intuition, which is book one of the Elite Series, and will follow on where this left off.

I received my copy of this short story free from the author.
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Review by: Selena Faith on Oct. 26, 2012 : star star star star
Loved it!
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