Review – Blind Sight (The Celadon Circle #1) By Nicole Storey

Hey Guys 🙂

Well I’m finally worming my way back into the paranormal books (YAYYY) I love anything with vampires, werewolves, angels, demons, fae anything paranormal and I’m interested 🙂


Blind Sight


Jordan’s life seems to be going in circles. Orphaned, home-schooled and born into the family business, she doesn’t have a lot of friends, she doesn’t have a lot of choices.

Her life is dominated by her uncle, her older brothers and a couple of annoying Angels who expect her to get off her backside and keep Evil in check.

All she wants is a few days to herself, to relax, to dream and to listen to her Daughtry cds, but that isn’t happening. Oh, well. Everyone has their demons.


My Review:

First off I want to give the author a HUGE thank you for sending me a copy of this book to review 🙂

Jordan is a young girl who although is loved by her uncle and one of her brothers, feels unloved and disappointed in her life. She’s been blamed all her life by her brother Quinn for the death of their mother, you see Jordan’s mother had trouble throughout her pregnancy and unfortunately dies whilst giving birth.

Anywhooo this story is about Jordan learning her family truths, her heritage, the story of how Jordan fits in the Celadon circle as a sere, due to the visions she has of the demons killing innocent humans around the world.

Good Vs Evil

Angels Vs Demons

There is certainly some revelations that you may not of guessed whilst reading this.

Nicole does a brilliant job in keeping the reader interested in the story and her writing. She has written the book beautifully and managed the characters well.

You go through all the emotions whilst reading this; laughter, anguish, sadness, betrayal, loneliness, pain & last but certainly not the least……FEAR!

I certainly am looking forward to the second instalment in this series 🙂


About The Author:

I am a writer of juvenile fantasy and YA paranormal books. When I’m not on a long excursion to a foreign land with potty-mouth pixies or fighting demons, I enjoy gardening, reading and reviewing books, spending time with my family, and preparing for my favorite holiday – Halloween!

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5 thoughts on “Review – Blind Sight (The Celadon Circle #1) By Nicole Storey

    • Hi Donna,

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂
      I know right, they make themselves out to all angelic like and then WHAM….turn on your like a rabid zombie lol 🙂

      I can’t wait for the next book either.

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