Book Review: Ashali and the Blue HorsemanPosted: November 25, 2022 Filed under: Book Review, Books, Fantasy, Fiction, Super Hero, Young Adult | Tags: Ashali and the Blue Horseman, Book Review, Fantasy, Jordan Elizabeth, Super Heroes, Writing to be Read 1 Comment
Ashali and the Blue Horseman, by Jordan Elizabeth is a superhero medley that is sure to please, although the protagonist may be more of a super-antihero. Ashali knows she has powers, which she has kept hidden, but when she meets the Blue Horseman, all of that changes and she finds herself on a hero’s journey, whether she wants to or not. Where do these powers come from? How did she come by them? These are the questions readers will find themselves asking, but fear not. By the end of the story, all questions are answered and then some.
What starts out as a simple date with a super-hunky guy, turns Ashali into becoming an unwitting target of the super crime syndicate, Ives. Will the powers she has taken such care to keep hidden be enough to keep her alive? And will the hunky, but hostile superhero be able to defeat Ives without her? And will she hook up with the superhero’s hot alter ego? … I guess you’ll just have to read the book to find out.
Purchase Link: https://www.amazon.com/Ashali-Blue-Horseman-Jordan-Elizabeth/dp/B0B9R26W47
Fun and entertaining. I give Ashali and the Blue Horseman four quills.
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An interesting storyline, Kaye.
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