Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Anna's Way (The Ditch Lane Diaries #2)

Book Review

Anna's Way

Title: Anna's Way
Author:  D.F. Jones
Release Date: May 3rd, 2016
Publisher: Jones Media
Genre: Paranormal/Romance
Page Count: 296
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The Ditch Lane Diaries continues with Anna's Way. 

Anna the healer, Ruby the dreamer, and Sandy the soul reader are The Wards of Campbell Ridge. 

Anna discovers that she has a guardian angel named Ralph. He is a part of the elite warrior angels that has been sent to train The Wards of Campbell Ridge against the forces of darkness. Ralph teaches Anna how to use her divine healing power while she learns as much as she can about modern medicine. As Anna’s power grows stronger so does her drive to become a doctor. Anna receives a full ride out of state scholarship for medical school, but she is in love with Jerry. 

Will Anna pursue her divine calling at the risk of losing true love? 

My Thoughts:

I was sent a copy of this novel by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

I loved, loved Anna's story! I couldn't get enough of it; Jones had her hooks on me since the beginning of the book until the very end. Anna and her friends Sandy, Ruby and Jerry all have powers that are later going to help them in a war. Anna has the power of healing and the longer she uses her powers to heal the stronger the pull to go to medical school becomes. when she receives a letter from an out of state school saying that she has been approved for a full scholarship, she has to make a tough decision, leave her one true love Jerry behind and follow her dream or put her dreams aside and start a life with Jerry. The character development in this book was very well written I really enjoyed reading how Anna came to understand her powers and grow stronger all with the help of her Guardian Angel Ralph, which by the way I adored. That is another thing that made me love this book all the Angels and Demons! I'm a sucker for books that talk about angels it’s just such a fascinating topic for me and I feel the way Jones wrote her Angels and Demons really gave them a personality and made me connect with them. I had a love and hate relationship with Mr. Jerry at one point I wanted smack him upside the head and ask him what the hell was going through that head of his. Before I end this review I just really want to say that I love the friendship this characters have they really and truly love each other and would do anything to protect their friends. I loved every second of this book and can’t wait to read the next one! If you haven't picked this series up and are in the look for a romance with some paranormal, look no further this is it. 


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