Title: Spirit Seeker #1
Series: The Talisa Santiago Series.
Author: Jamie Haden
Genre: New Adult (Paranormal Romance)
Length: 269 pages
Release Date: September 2013
Imprint: Libertine Press – GMTA Publishing
Life is strange and difficult for the granddaughter of a shaman. Sixteen-year-old Talisa Santiago was born in the desert underneath the full moon in January-the wolf moon. However, she left the desert with her mother when she was a young girl. She remembers bits and pieces of her past but it isn’t until she and her mom move to a remote barrier island off the coast of North Carolina that she feels fate has finally called-secretive and mysterious he stands alone on the edge of the bank.
Her friends tell her to stay away; she hears rumors that he is dangerous. Still, she can’t resist. Whether Talisa realizes it or not, she knows a thing or two about boys like Jag Chavez. Fate is funny that way. For the first time in her life, Talisa meets kids just like her-Native Americans who know the ways of the spirit. The closer she gets to Jag, the more she realizes he is hiding a dark secret. He may have the markings of the Thunderbird, but he is named for the powerful Jaguar. Together they embark on a journey that will haunt her forever.
Jamie Leigh Haden is the author of Spirit Seeker, a young adult fantasy. Jamie lives and writes near the seashore in North Carolina. She has a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy. Jamie is currently working on An Unimagined Life, the sequel to Illuminate-Alive, She Cried.
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I like the Spirit Seeker Book of of Jamie Haden’s new series called The Talisa Santiago Series. It follows Talisa and her mother moving to a small town by the sea. Beautiful surroundings and I think Jamie has done a really good job with describing it. Her characters are well developed and a lot of YA will connect with Talisa. There is a sweet romance interwoven inbetween all of the plots and everything.
I really liked Spirit Seeker for what it was and I got into this novel really fast. I love the short chapters, and the premise of this story.
I can’t wait to see what Jamie is going to do with book two.
Good luck with The Talisa Santiago Series, and I wish you all the luck.
This book is definitely worthy of a four.