E. D. Brady


Orginally from Queens, New York, E. D. Brady lives outside Raleigh, North Carolina with her husband, two children and an adorable dog.

Leaving the hustle and bustle of the Manhattan business world finally allowed her the time to put pen to paper, a dream she had since childhood.

Where to find E. D. Brady online

Website: http://www.edbrady.net
Twitter: @E_D_Brady
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Smashwords book reviews by E. D. Brady

  • Beyond the Eyes: YA Paranormal Romance on June 14, 2013

    Paige Reed, a high school girl on the cusp of her eighteenth birthday, has been bottling up the pain of her father’s death, and the loneliness caused by her absentee mother, for years. On a routine night out with her best friends, she suddenly has an out of body experience before passing out. Upon awakening, she finds herself face-to-face with a handsome stranger. In the days that follow, she becomes more and more enthralled with the mysterious Nathan Caswell. As their attraction to one another blooms into intense love, she becomes entangled in a world of dark spirits, danger, and ancients secrets. Her life is thrown into a tail spin when she learns that the dark spirits have a particular interest in her, which may be the only thing keeping her alive…for now. Furthermore, not only must she face the truth of her father’s death, she must also make a decision that will change her life forever. This is a novel that kept me turning pages and left me wishing for more. Thankfully, that wish will be granted with the upcoming follow-up novel, Dark Spirits. Ms. Ford’s characters are lovable and engaging, and I can hardly wait to continue their journey.
  • Dark Spirits: YA Paranormal Fantasy on June 15, 2013

    I was so excited to be back in Paige's world, and Dark Spirits did not disappoint. Paige is still coming to terms with the powers inside her and the realization that Nathan may not be as trust worthy as she once thought. This story is a little darker than Beyond the Eyes, but even more enjoyable. I loved the mystery and suspense and couldn't stop turning the pages.