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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free normal wife, mom, and antiqueshop owner until a brush with death turned her daytoday life upside down Now she and her two best friends are seeing things that belong in a fantasy novel Ghosts Visions Omens of doom Nothing that belongs in the peaceful mountain town they call homeAdded to that, Robin's marriage is on the rocks, her grandmother's health is failing, her mother is driving away the customers at her shop, her teenage daughter refuses to get her driver's license, and her left knee aches every darn morningRobin doesn't have the time, energy, or knees to unearth the secrets buried at the bottom of Glimmer Lake, but fate doesn't seem to care Some secrets are just dying to be exposedSuddenly Psychic is standalone paranormal women's fiction and the first book in the Glimmer Lake series by USA Today best seller, Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries."/>
  • paperback
  • 322 pages
  • Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake, #1)
  • Elizabeth Hunter
  • English
  • 09 November 2019
  • 9781941674512

Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake, #1)[PDF] ✅ Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake, #1) By Elizabeth Hunter – Essayreview.co.uk A Paranormal Women's Fiction with a bit of class and a lot of sass, for anyone who feels like age is just a number!

Every woman goes through changes in their forties Just not these changesIGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free normal wife, mom, and antiqueshop owner until a brush with death turned her daytoday life upside down Now she and her two best friends are seeing things that belong in a fantasy novel Ghosts Visions Omens of doom Nothing that belongs in the peaceful mountain town they call homeAdded to that, Robin's marriage is on the rocks, her grandmother's health is failing, her mother is driving away the customers at her shop, her teenage daughter refuses to get her driver's license, and her left knee aches every darn morningRobin doesn't have the time, energy, or knees to unearth the secrets buried at the bottom of Glimmer Lake, but fate doesn't seem to care Some secrets are just dying to be exposedSuddenly Psychic is standalone paranormal women's fiction and the first book in the Glimmer Lake series by USA Today best seller, Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Elemental Mysteries.


About the Author: Elizabeth Hunter

ELIZABETH HUNTER is a USA Today and international bestselling author of romance, contemporary fantasy, and paranormal mystery Based in Central California, she travels extensively to write fantasy fiction exploring world mythologies, history, and the universal bonds of love, friendship, and family She has published over thirty works of fiction and sold over a million books world wide She is the.


10 thoughts on “Suddenly Psychic (Glimmer Lake, #1)

  1. says:

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  2. says:

    Suddenly Psychic by Elizabeth Hunter

    Paranormal women’s fiction.
    Robin, Val and Monica have a car accident and end up at the bottom of Glimmer Lake. They are saved by a ghost breaking the glass in the car window. Now that the women are safe and back to their lives, they seem to have developed psychic abilities. It’s not just a mid life change, they’re all pretty sure.
    This is Robin’s story. She can see ghosts.

    Instantly engaging and enthralling. The three women must deal with their new abilities and they do it with humor, strength and deep friendships. Robin has felt withdrawn from her husband of twenty some years and as the book goes on, they work through their issues for a stronger relationship. I loved that.
    Strong writing style that keeps your attention.
    First in the series. I will absolutely pick up the next book.

  3. says:

    Suddenly Psychic is book one in the Glimmer Lake series by Elizabeth Hunter. We are treated to friendship, danger, family growth, ghostly apparitions and paranormal wackiness.

    This is my first taste of Hunter. I’ve had my eye on her books for sometime now and finally picked one up. It’s a descent start to the Glimmer Lake series.

    Robin should be happy, but she’s feeling unfulfilled. Her youngest is a senior in high school, her husband works from home, but life just feels same old same old. She’s not the only one. Her best-friends have issues too.

    While going to celebrate a birthday. An accident changes Robin, Val and Monica’s life. And, now they have found themselves with new abilities.

    Suddenly Psychic focuses on Robin and her seeing spirits. This new ability have caused a shift in her life and soon we are swept up in a murder mystery from the past. I enjoyed the mystery, but I knew by 30% who had killed the man and why his ghost was hanging around. The plot was obvious, but didn't deter my enjoyment much.

    On another note I loved the friendship between these ladies. It’s so real and heartfelt. I also enjoyed the real life issues that these older heroines are facing. We all get to a point in our life where we start to think. The unique abilities are magical and these three make a great investigative team.

    All and all Suddenly Psychic was a fun and enjoyable read. I’m looking forward to the next installment.

    Rated: 3 Stars

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  4. says:

    I was lucky enough to be given an early copy to read and I love everything about this story. The fact that a group of super talented writers have joined together to create paranormal fiction for the 40+ generation is thrilling.

    The story centers around 3 best friends and their lives at 40+. It is a whodunnit in a paranormal genre. Real life for these women takes on a whole new dimension that they didn’t expect and Elizabeth Hunter takes us on an exciting adventure with them and their family. Real life exists and is captured beautifully and candidly amidst a page turning, sometimes breath holding romance/thriller.

    I loved the banter between the friends. I loved the strength of the women. I loved the fact that Elizabeth Hunter also doesn’t skim over the realities of real life and that we don’t all live in an ‘everything is awesome’ reality. I loved the positivity presented at this time in our lives and I thought the plot of the book was just inspired!

    As a fan of her many other series, I was excited to see where this new genre was going to take us and in all honesty, I hope there will be many more books in this series.

  5. says:

    It’s been eighty years since Grimmer town was flooded over to make Glimmer Lake...but how many secrets were buried with it? One thing’s for certain, though: Robin – forty-five years old, business owner, mother of two teens, wife to an increasingly distant husband, and possessor of at least one bad knee – is in no position to sort through her town’s sordid histories. But when a car accident sends Robin, and her two best friends, hurtling off the road into the depths of Glimmer Lake, they bring back more from their brush with a watery grave than just bad memories. Now faced with some truly supernatural midlife changes, this trio of friends will need to use their new powers to solve a decades-old mystery...and maybe, also, put some personal demons to rest. The first in a new stand-alone series by Elizabeth Hunter, Suddenly Psychic is a satisfyingly solid paranormal mystery, with all the vibes of a classic Nancy Drew (or, even, Scooby Doo) mystery…but the ghosts are real, the banter is better, and the Mystery Van has been swapped for an infinitely more practical minivan. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to read an advance copy, and can definitely recommend it for anyone looking for fun, suspenseful read. On a more personal note: I was so excited when I first heard that Elizabeth Hunter was teaming up with twelve other amazing authors to write paranormal fiction featuring heroines over forty. True, it’s not my age bracket (still under thirty here, so if you’re a skeptical younger reader – really really, don’t pass this by!), but I think there are still a lot of external societal messages that suggest that the most exciting parts of life – especially for women – belong to the young. And certainly, in the paranormal/fantasy genre, a heroine’s adventure normally ends happily with the establishment of domestic stability. Not so here; Robin, Val and Monica are a deep and necessary reminder to the genre that women don’t age out of adventures; motherhood and middle-agedness aren’t markers of some kind of growing irrelevance. As Monica points out, both those factors have probably served as the best training this budding superhero trio could have. Additionally, this book felt, to me, like a love note to the enduring power of female friendships. And I feel it has the ability to resonate with women of all ages, who’ve ever found themselves frozen in a pattern, wondering if it is too late to be or do something more; with any woman who has looked around at her friends and felt like her life is less exciting, less cool, less glamorous. And I love this book’s reminder that good friends will be the ones to worm out those insecurities, and help address them. Robin’s story is a reminder that your life is a story that is always evolving, and is always changeable, even without magic. Truthfully, for me, the most magical element of this book was watching Robin realize that of all the extraordinary parts of her life, her newfound powers were in fact the most mundane. I deeply enjoyed this first installment of the Glimmer Lake series, and look forward to the sequel!

  6. says:

    When your favorite author who has proven time and time again that there isn’t a thing she could write that you wouldn’t love writes a book....you drop everything and you read it! How exciting!! Elizabeth has a new series!! Let the partying begin!

    This story is is far different than the Elemental Mysteries, there aren’t any vampires or sword fights, but it still has that EH feel that we know and love. It has the small town feel of 7th and Main with a similar vibe of Cambio Springs.

    As a woman approaching 40 I didn’t even know how much I needed the voice this book gave me! I deal with women all day who tell me everything...benefit of being a hairdresser and I love every second! This story brought so many REAL issues that so many of us deal with to front. Ladies, why do we not put ourselves first? Say what we need? Wait for others to make it happen?? We often wonder, “Is this it? Is this my life? Is this it until I die?” As Robin does in this book. But with the power of friendship, which just might be one of the only true supernatural things left in existence, these ladies find themselves...and get even more than they bargain for!

    This book made me laugh...it was pure and real and I wanted to be a part of what these ladies were doing so badly!! The story sets up perfectly with just the right amount of mystery to make you sink slowly into it. There are many ups and downs in Robin’s story. Her marriage is struggling and I was so pleased with how Elizabeth wrote that storyline, even though it wasn’t the primary focus by any means. It resonated with me in the way that Tayla from her book Hooked helped me take a look at myself and make changes to make my life better. Robin’s marriage and issues she dealt with did the same. I love books that effect me like that!

    I could not have guessed what mayhem these 3 women, Robin, Val and Monica would end up getting themselves into but it was perfectly done. The town flooded under the lake, long ago forgotten offers the perfect setting for the Glimmer Lake series. The whole ‘What lies beneath’ vibe had me grinning ear to ear. The ladies had no idea what would befell them, and I adored how they tried to brush it all off as nothing. I feel as though I’d have done the same! Ignorance is bliss after all! But Robin, Val and Monica have each other and once they begin to accept what is happening to them the mystery truly evolves. Another 5 star book. Congratulations on your new series Elizabeth! I can’t wait to see how Val takes the lead in book 2!

  7. says:

    When one of your favourite author’s comes with a new genre in 2020 (well new to me at least) thus being #PWF (Paranormal Women’s Fiction) you think why the hell not?


    You may ask yourself what is #PWF?


    Taken from Ms. Hunter’s website


    You know how a lot of paranormal mystery or urban fantasy has heroines who are barely out of high school or have no idea what a stretch mark is? Yeah, this isn’t that kind of paranormal. This is:


     - Paranormal (cause we love our magic, mysticism, and mayhem)
     - Women’s (cause we’re grown women, not girls)
     - Fiction (cause we have our own stories to tell)

    You read the blurb and think this can work but are somewhat apprehensive to read it. The older you get the more expectations I have when I read but don’t we all? I don’t want every day RL rubbish to contaminate my imagination, I want to be wooed with words, I want a world that is completely different than my own. I want romance, magic, mayhem, some mystery and a feel good read. I want to laugh, I want to cry and I want the book to have meaning. And I know that Ms. Hunter always delivers on this. ALWAYS. Here it is no different.


    However here due to the new genre it was slightly different for me. But different in a good way. I don’t want to give too much away.


    Our heroine, Robyn, Val and Monica are in the prime of their life but even being in your prime you have doubts with the paths that you have taken, where you are and more importantly is this what can be expected to the end of their lives.


    Suddenly Psychic concentrates on Robyn and how things are changing, her oldest child is changing majors, her youngest is about to leave the nest and well, she and her husband Mark are virtually strangers (the last time they were intimate was a long time ago) and what happens when they are alone again?


    Robyn, Val and Monica are out for the night and have a near death experience when they are saved by a tall, dark and handsome man. Once they are rescued things start getting weird. Read the book and find out, I have sealed lips from this point on. Being saved has put their lives in perspective and I think that would do that for everyone. But now they have a mystery and it hits far too close to home.

    It is the mystery of Grimmer Canyon and Glimmer Lake and that secrets never stay buried forever no matter how hard you try. There was suspense, mystery, a strong female character who is kickarse with strong friendships and who are still trying to figure their shite out.

    There is such an easiness to the writing style of the book and it sucks you in right from the start.
    Ms. Hunter has created here is a fantastic, engaging read with strong female characters with a solid plot which I kind of knew where it was going but nevertheless it gets all the feelz from me.


    The verdict is that although I wasn’t convinced at the beginning. I am a fan of fresh romance of the time when you first fall in love but here it was an experience to see how that Robyn and Mark try and find their way back to one another. I am now totally on board with the Glimmer Lake Series and I can’t wait to read. I can’t wait to see how this genre shall progress and what some truly fantastic authors can make out of this.





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  8. says:

    I never miss and Elizabeth Hunter novel, but this has a special twist -- finally a series where the women are women -- not girls. She always creates a world you never want to leave. This will be no exception.

  9. says:

    Danger, friendships and ghostly apparitions await you in this addictive tale.

    Robin Brannon should be happy. Her youngest is a senior in high school, her son is off in college and her husband works from home. She owns a successful antique business, but she is feeling unfulfilled. Her best friends have issues too, one owns the local diner and the other recently lost her husband. When the three of them go out to celebrate a birthday, they end up at the bottom of Glimmer Lake.

    The accident has changed things for Robin, Val and Monica. They have new found abilities. This book is Robins, and she is seeing spirits. Soon the ladies are caught up in a murder mystery from the past. The accident has caused a shift at home and a renewed perspective for Robin, her husband and family.

    I loved the elements of danger and each of the ladies unique abilities. Together they make a great investigative team. Each is learning to harness and understand their gifts.

    Friendships, relationship growth, personal growth and paranormal woo-woo pulled me into this tale. The mystery was captivating and well-plotted. Hunter knows how to engage her readers and I loved this lighter fiction from her. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer

  10. says:

    Elizabeth Hunter’s first foray into the world of life after 40 is a slam dunk! I have never felt that my life was so closely represented as I did when reading Robin’s perspective on life at 40. How many of us are nearing empty nests, have pressures of caring for our aging family members and advancing careers, our own changing health, and wake up wondering if this is IT, the way the rest of your life will be? I think Ms. Hunter has beautifully and eloquently captured the quandries of middle age women, while reminding us that we are still fabulous and have a lot to offer this world. After an accident, the protagonists find themselves with a few extra tools to help their journey as they solve a decades old mystery. I am anxiously anticipating the second book in this series and can’t wait to read more about these fabulous middle age ladies. Thank you, Ms. Hunter, for this masterpiece.

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