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by P. T. Michelle




Nara Collins is an average girl with one exception; every night she dreams the events of the following day. Due to an incident in her past, Nara avoids using her special gift to change fate...until she dreams a future she can't ignore.After Nara prevents a bombing at Blue Ridge High, her ability to see the future starts to fade, while people at school are suddenly being injured at an unusually high rate.Grappling with her diminishing powers and the need to prevent another disaster, Nara meets Ethan Harris, a mysterious loner who seems to understand her better than anyone. Ethan and Nara forge an irresistible connection, but as their relationship heats up, so do her questions about his dark past.Books in the BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS series are best suited for 16+:* ETHAN (Prequel Novella)* BRIGHTEST KIND OF DARKNESS (Book 1)* LUCID (Book 2)* DESTINY (Book 3)* DESIRE (Book 4)* AWAKEN (Book 5) - January 24, 2017
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ISBN: 1466447648
ISBN13: 978-1466447646
Category: Teen
Subcategory: Romance
Author: P. T. Michelle
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 24, 2011)
Pages: 364 pages
ePUB size: 1295 kb
FB2 size: 1436 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 868
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Zacki
I couldn't put this book down. I loved it from beginning to end. I stumbled on this as a free read, but will be sure to buy the series. It grabs you from page one, and takes you on a very interesting journey. It keeps you guessing, and fulfills you in the end.

The author really knows how to keep your interest. I loved all the characters, and the premise.

I'm very intrigued to see what the tattoo that appeared from nowhere is going to end up meaning, or doing. I have my thoughts, and what an interesting piece of the puzzle.

The characters are very thought out and developed well.

I agree with another reviewer that this can be a stand alone book, it ties it all up in the end. Or it can continue since there are so many layers.

I was so glad in the end that there was another book to follow, and even more thrilled when I went on Amazon to see there are now four books. I'd highly recommend this to anyone. I know I couldn't put it down, and when away from it, thought about it a lot.
Na
What a mess! It was so potentially likable and ultimately so irritating. Ethan and Nara, the YA's with magical powers, and who fall in love, spend the first three books enduring so much unnecessary mistrust because they won't share critical secrets with each other, even after they discover that they share supernatural traits. This goes for the other magical teens as well. So it just dragged on interminably into three books, with the same trust issues spreading among everyone like a cancer. Reading about the constantly unconsummated love between these two hormone driven teens makes your head spin, and Ethan has so many personality changes, and identities that he has nothing believable about him. Although it's basically entertaining, and has a unique idea for a fantasy about teens with supernatural abilities, and lots of cute animal pals, this series ultimately fails because it never satisfactorily resolves issues. Sorry, but I can't recommend it.
olgasmile
Oh my what a beautiful creative and unique story this Author has delivered.

It was not at all what I was expecting it was something better!
I chose this book by cover and the title I read no synopsis so I went in blind reading only knowing it fell in the paranormal and fantasy/sci fi genre which is my favourite genre.
I was so pleasantly surprised by this stunning work.
It takes you to the place of imagination and the possibilities of what you would do if you knew your future. I feel that in the next book we are going to understand so much more about the story and its characters and the driving force that's behind all thats happening.
I can not yell from the top of my lungs enough how much I liked this book it was like nothing I had read before and I enjoy the pieces of the puzzle coming together with some new revelations that just make it all flow in its perfect mojo.

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Dont_Wory
Finished this book pretty quickly, because I was pretty engaged with the story. It wasn’t a completely typical paranormal teen romance, although it will definitely interest people who like that. It did follow a number of the tropes, but it was written well enough that it didn’t feel like travelled ground.

There was no love triangle (thank the stars) and the female characters were not all stereotypes (although I don’t know if they’d fully pass the Bechdel,and I REALLY don’t think they pass the Duvernay-Bechdel).

The book enters the action fairly quickly and the romance is entered slowly and has enough realism to temper the fantasy. It’s not full on insta-romance in other words. It’s enough to recommend it.
Sirara
This girl is beyond pitiful. She let's everyone walk all over her. Then the people that care about her and want to protect her are the ones she wants to get a backbone with and treat like crap. This series is definitely not for me. Cannot tolerate Nara.
Prorahun
*****BEWARE THE SPOILERS*****

As of late, I have been diving into one book after another,  searching for a story with enough allure to dominate my attention. After too many futile attempts, I decided to  read a series that has been on my top five for the YA Paranormal Romance genre for the last couple of years. One year, and a couple hundred books later, the Brightest Kind of Darkness series still holds the spot for the most unique premise of the stories I've read. It is well-written,  has a meticulous plot development,  and the character development is immaculate. 

Inara and Ethan are both gifted with unusual abilities unbeknownst to the few who are closest to them. Where Inara's abilities shine, Ethan's are the stuff of nightmares.  Impressive these days is finding a book without an instantaneous love match. There is attraction between the two, an undeniable passion to understand one another,  but the author takes her time in letting Ethan and Nara trust one another and grow together. I love that! I loved the journey of discovering their backgrounds, while basking in the intense emotional atmosphere every time they interacted

Ethan's tactics and desire to both protect and get close to Nara melted my heart. The trials of his life were merciless and there was a profound pleasure in knowing Nara had the ability to calm him in impossible ways.

The exterior of Nara's life appears pretty close to perfection.  Understanding the monotony she's faces each day, much more than a normal teenager, along with hiding the things that make her different shines a new perspective. She is a character I'd have as my best friend in a heart beat. She's the compassion to Ethan's old soul. She is intelligent, loving, considerate, sweet, and mature for her age. She's the perfect heroine.

 The Brightest Kind of Darkness is so well-developed and easily visualized, it garners the amazing ability for one to easily visit the emotions of first love through the male and female protagonist's. Every single one of the characters have personalities distinct from one another, that are mostly endearing and enjoyable to read. Every one of the books in this series will have a place in my book shelf.  I will forever obsess of this series and follow the author's writing career because of it. P.T. Michelle is a refreshing, highly-talented author, who will never see the end of my praises. 

*****OTHER NEWS****

P.T. Michelle also had a New Adult,  Contemporary Romance series titled, "In The Shadows. "  I have a tendency to keep a watchful eye on the author's Facebook page and have seen where it has ranked a best seller, right next to the Fifty Shades of Gray series. I'm beyond anxious to discover what else P.T. has in store.