One of the best things about being a writer is knowing writers. I love to read, so when Beth Teliho gave me a sneak peak at her new paranormal mystery novel “Order of Seven,” I was like “Shhhhhhh! I’m tryin’ to read…” (I wasted no time getting started – yay e-books!) So now, as a writer, I get to tell you what I think about it, as many other talented writers have already been doing. These other book reviewers have fawned over Beth’s writing style, her flawless character development, her ability to keep us guessing and turning pages until the end of the novel…
Blah blah blah.
Because, hot, sweaty, tattooed guy.
Thank you Beth, for giving us Baron: this precious gift wrapped up in a paranormal bow, and thank you for not subjecting me to having to read about him jumping into bed with Devi, who everyone else refers to as an alluring “protagonist” and I refer to as a “distraction…” from more Baron. Because Beth wrote delicious romantic tension into their relationship without resorting to the gratuitous sex that so many NA books do, not only can many YA readers enjoy this book, but I can imagine that he is Cougar bait for a little while longer.
Of course there are plenty of other reasons to read Order of Seven (I assume…lots of people love it. My mind wanders a lot when I start reading about Baron, and then I need to be alone.) There are recurring African tribal dreams, a mysterious tree that draws Devi with images and messages, a VERY DRAMATIC THREAT that will destroy Earth as we know it (dun dun dun!) Fans of the paranormal will be delighted to find this first in a series, so on April 7, 2015, make sure you get your Baron…I mean copy.
BETH TELIHO is a writer, artist and tree hugger who lives in Texas with her husband and two adventurous sons. Restless in the mundane, she writes about the abnormal, paranormal and otherwise fantastical because that’s what quickens her heartbeat. She laughs at inappropriate jokes, and prefers spicy food and margaritas to almost anything. One day, she hopes to live in a treehouse, where she can be an eccentric introvert with at least seven cats.
Visit the author at her website: www.bethteliho.me