Sight Unseen

  • Title: Sight Unseen
  • Author: Hunter Raines
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sight Unseen Daniel Van Doren was once a renowned writer until he was blinded in the car accident that killed his lover Now all he sees are ghosts in need of help They follow him everywhere and the only way to
    Daniel Van Doren was once a renowned writer, until he was blinded in the car accident that killed his lover Now, all he sees are ghosts in need of help They follow him everywhere, and the only way to be rid of his ethereal visitors is to help them resolve their unfinished business here on earth so their spirits can find peace.Ghostwriter Logan Riley is assigned to pen DaDaniel Van Doren was once a renowned writer, until he was blinded in the car accident that killed his lover Now, all he sees are ghosts in need of help They follow him everywhere, and the only way to be rid of his ethereal visitors is to help them resolve their unfinished business here on earth so their spirits can find peace.Ghostwriter Logan Riley is assigned to pen Daniel s biography He plans to reveal him as a fraud, but when they meet he s struck by Danny s quiet sincerity and a growing attraction Which makes sticking close to Danny to find out the truth than a little distracting.When they are attacked by a violent poltergeist Logan begins to believe Danny s not just telling the truth, he s in grave danger A spirit has learned how to harness the energy of the living to break through the barrier between worlds to harm Danny And Logan may be the one to blame 68,000 words

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    1. 3.5 starsWarning if you can't stomach the bitchy ex-wife then this one's not for you, she has all those psychotic and jealous tendencies that might annoy some readers. I in fact relished in her evil ways too bad there wasn't more of the ghostly poltergeist she was only warming up with her destruction and mayhem, Sophie certainly kept Logan and Daniel on their toes. Daniel is adorable a sweet guy who from that first scene had me hooked I was with him all the way. He has a naiveté and genuineness [...]

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    2. 3.5Interesting idea with likeable characters and some nice chemistry. (view spoiler)[I think the issues I had with this were the easy acceptance the PD had for Danny's gift. I know it took a while for them to come to terms with his ability to see ghosts but you'd think the PD would get more slack for following his leads. Sometimes I enjoy the insta-love concept and while I did like Danny and Logan I think the falling in love happened far to quickly. I know it was needed for the storyline but it [...]

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    3. This review can also be found on Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell-blog.You know those books that start out fine, not with a bang or a vortex that sucks you in and won't let go, but just plain well. You put it down and finish another book, a better book, a book by an author you love, and then you go back to it hoping it'll get better but not at all expecting to be wowed. Sight Unseen was such a book for me. I wasn't expecting high literacy, nor was I expecting to find my new favourite author ever. I wa [...]

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    4. A very enjoyable and interesting story. While I enjoyed Danny and Logan as a couple I never quite felt the chemistry between them. I admit I was more interested in the mystery side to this book rather than the romance side.The paranormal activity kept me intrigued, and for me this was a unique way of telling the ghostly side of the story.

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    5. Very interesting LOL

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    6. I picked this book because I was interested to see how the character of Danny, a blind man, would be shown and thought that the paranormal story sounded interesting. In the end, I had very mixed views about the book.Logan is a writer of expose biographies who is sent to dig the dirt on Danny, a blind man who helps the Phoenix police because he can see the ghosts of past victims. Logan is convinced that Danny is a fraud and intends to uncover the truth at all costs, despite their mutual attractio [...]

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    7. I have mixed feelings about this book. If I had to use one sentence to describe it, I would say, "It fell short."I can't say that I loved this book or that I hated it. There was an interesting concept and interesting theories that had to do with ghosts, poltergeists, energy strands, orbs, manifestations, possessions and ultimately, an exorcism. But still some of those issues were not fully explained or (for me) they did not make sense because some of it was inconsistent. Then you have the relati [...]

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    8. I honestly debated about whether to admit to reading this. But hey, as long as it's not "Fifty Shades of Gay", I think I'm ok. Any romance, particularly an M/M romance, is a little embarrassing to own up to in my "read" list – but here's the thing. I read for the writing. I read for character. In the average romance, gay or straight (at least based on those I've looked at), those elements seem to exist purely to string together a number of sex scenes. Bored once while working in a little used [...]

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    9. 2.5 starsWhew. A dead woman scorned turned poltergeist met with blind ghost detective. If only the MC had the Ghostbusters for neighbourIngenious idea with kilts made of newspaper guys.What I liked:- Blind though Danny was, he didn't get sucked into pity party, and found a way to move on;- Danny's sister, niece and ex in-law being protective without cuddling him over much;- Pretty low on over much drama and everyone (who mattered) got their cakes in the end.What I wished for more:- While I appla [...]

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    10. Listened to this on Audible. Not a fan of the narration on this one. It tried to be a little too intense at times and ended up coming out flat and emotionless.The story was pretty ok. My mind kept wandering. I don't think it was scary enough for me for a ghost story but it was chock full of insta-boners. A lot of insta-boners.

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    11. Reviewed for Booked UpReview at Booked UpWow! How interesting for a blind man to have the ability to see spirits even when he can’t see anything else. To even imagine that being the only sight you’ll see day after day for the rest of your life? It’s haunting. To never be allowed rest; for as soon as you’ve helped one spirit another shows up to takes its place, never ending. As soon as I saw this, I knew I had to read it. Just the idea alone is too fascinating to pass up! Danny Van Doren [...]

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    12. 4.5 out of 5 starsDaniel Van Doren was once a renowned writer, until he was blinded in the car accident that killed his lover. Now, all he sees are ghosts in need of help. They follow him everywhere, and the only way to be rid of his ethereal visitors is to help them resolve their unfinished business here on earth so their spirits can find peace.Ghostwriter Logan Riley is assigned to pen Daniel's biography. He plans to reveal him as a fraud, but when they meet he's struck by Danny's quiet sincer [...]

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    13. Ever since a car accident killed his lover and stole his vision two years ago, Daniel has been able to see ghosts. It hasn't been an easy gift to bear. Each spirit wants his help with something, but he can't hear them --he can only see them. Recently, he has been working with the local police, leading them to bodies and helping them solve crimes involving his ghosts. His work has drawn the attention of the media and a publishing house that wants to do a biography.Logan is the ghostwriter assigne [...]

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    14. My Review:I completely and thoroughly enjoyed this book. Both these guys have experienced a great loss. Danny lost his partner and his sight in a car wreck. Logan lost his ex-wife to a suicide. Both of them feel guilt because of the events leading up just prior to those deaths. It's bad enough when someone close to you dies, but when you have guilt involved with the complexity of those feelings, it's especially difficult.The author of this book wrote the part of Danny's blindness really well. Th [...]

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    15. What a great book.I love a good mystery and author Hunter Raines manages to provide just that, plus the romance between to amazing MCs.When Daniel loses his sight in tragic accident he also losses his partner and muse. From that moment on the only thing he can see are ghosts.Logan is assigned to write Daniel´s biography. A book that will hopefully disclose what a fake Daniel is. Unfortunately for Logan, once he meets Daniel he can no longer do what he is supposed to do.Daniel character is amazi [...]

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    16. I couldn't put this book down. Danny and Logan were well written characters and while the plot was extraordinary because of Danny's abilities, the characters were still believable. Danny loses his vision in a horrible accident that kills his lover, John, and as a result, somehow gains the ability to see spirits. Logan is a ghostwriter for a company that publishes biographies of celebrities with the intent to uncover all their secrets. When Logan is given the task of exposing Danny as a fraud, he [...]

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    17. I ended up getting this story as an audiobook, and thought the narrator did a decent job. I imagine I might like to read to book, too, as I do want to put my own idea of 'voice' to the MCs. This ended up being a pretty good little ghost/suspense story, with a cynical ghostwriter and a former young adult book author who just happened to 'see' ghosts after an accident from years before took his site. The two characters end up with an interesting history without either being aware in the beginning [...]

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    18. I have mixed feelings about this story. I was drawn to it because of Danny, he was an interesting character and I'm sure for many readers. I liked him. Logan was a different story. I don't really understand why people judge others so easily, even if they don't know them. I didn't like Logan at all, his friendly good mannered facade was sickening. Sure he was sexually drawn to Danny, but on other side blindly opposed to ghosts and spirits. This storyline simply didn't play well for my liking. But [...]

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    19. Lovely and entertaining story! :)Normally I'm not a big fan of paranormal books, but I loved this one and its take of ghosts. Both MCs were wonderful and it was such a pleasure seeing them getting closer and starting to trust each other :)I only didn't like Elena. There was just too much of her and I get she wanted to look after her brother and all, but still she's too much of a “meddling friends and family members” category for me to like her. Nick I liked, cause there was just the right am [...]

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    20. Danny lost his sight in a terrible accident and now he sees ghosts and is compelled to help them. He works with his ex-brother-in-law who is on the police force.Logan is a ghost-writer who is determined to reveal truth in his subjects. He does not believe in the paranormal and is contracted to ghost-write Danny's biography.There is a great deal of tension in this short book. The conflict between the two is real and when a malevolent ghost is added to the mix, the book becomes quite exciting.

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    21. It was an interesting read. The ghost part (about which I was skeptical) was great - really scary and eerie. Also the description of Daniel's view (he is blind) was very good. This was all written very well. Only 3 stars because insta love and a very uninspired ending.I will surely try other books by this author and hope for more great writing and less quick luv

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    22. A non- believer author and a medium pair up in an attempt to defeat an angry spirit. They were attracted from day one and sparks flew every time they touched. I thoroughly enjoyed this ghost hunting love story. It could haves used a little more heat in the sexy department but still a fun read. 

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    23. V. Good. well developed MC's. The paranormal element was done well, but it wasn't the focus.

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    24. What a wonderful and entertaining story, Silly me, I kept put in it aside because I thought it was going to be too scary to read it.Nothing to be scare about.

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    25. ***2.75***Suspend disbelief all ye who enter here and I don't mean about the ghosts. Maybe I should be better versed on what certain imprints put out, this was a Harlequin, but I really can't be all that bothered with those distinctions so I kind of go with blurbs, covers and a little bit of reviews here on GR and elsewhere, but just a bit. In any case this turned out to be something way different than what I was expecting or hoping for. Danny became blind after an accident and has since been ab [...]

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    26. Daniel Van Doren lost his writing mojo when he lost his sight but he gained ghostly visitors that need closure. Logan Riley is sent to ghostwrite Dan's biography and in doing so is determined to prove him a hoax and con-man. What they find together is pain, frustration, unwanted company but will they also find exactly what they need?I first featured Sight Unseen a couple of years ago in my Random Paranormal Tales on my blog but I just now got around to reading it. I loved it! There is many times [...]

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    27. Really enjoyed!

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    28. I think this was supposed to be a somewhat scary read, not sure, I found it a bit boring.

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    29. Great M/M Paranormal Romance ReadDanny Van Doren sees dead people. In fact, that's all he sees. Blind since the accident that stole his sight, his lover, and his career, the writer has been working with Phoenix PD, helping them solve the cases of the spirits he sees.Unfortunately that help has drawn a lot of attention from media types who want to neatly label him as a charlatan or a fraud. It's making Danny popular for all the wrong reasons and in all the wrong ways.Ghostwriter Logan Riley works [...]

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