Strange ability and love in space – Sail by Lindsey R. Loucks

31924378Author: Lindsey R. Loucks

ASIN: B01LK9XAYW

Published: October 2016
Description:
Nineteen-year-old Absidy Jones is a ghost magnet, a sensitive person spirits flock to when they can’t cross over. After her brutal past escaping the hordes of ghosts vying for her attention, she spends her reclusive existence melting down iron into bite-sized pieces. Whether alloy or wrought, ancient paper clips or nails, consuming iron is the only thing that keeps the ghosts away.
But when Absidy’s sister goes missing in deep space, a dangerous place brimming with rogue planets, ship-eating nebulas, and vicious aliens, Absidy vows to find her. She leaves her safe haven and boards the first ship she can that’s on a direct route to deep space—a ship that turns out to be haunted.
To keep the malicious ghosts from killing her, the alluring bad boy pilot gifts her a small bundle of all the iron on the ship. But their growing relationship is tested with the crew’s prying eyes and hidden secrets.
While the ship sails into deep space, it’s not just her sister’s life that Absidy fears for. It’s her own, as well. Especially since her stash of iron has shrunk to zero.
Review:
In this book we are in space (far far away). The concept of this book if you ask me is very unusual – it was the reason i stared reading it.
It was a good book just to read and then wait for the second (it had lots of twists, but unfortunately not that big in romance level).
A. Jones – girl with strange power that make her shiver. She was good, the way she behaved with ghosts around and about iron (i like it very much – realistic). She would do anything for her older sister 🙂
Mase – sometimes i loved him and then i another started almost hating him.
Aliens (Saelis) were very strange; but made hmm… i was sure what they are about sometimes.
I will wait for next book as it made me interesting how they will deal with aliens 🙂
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