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I See Me







This gorgeous book cover is the combined-genius of Irene Langholm and Elizabeth Mackey.

Synopsis: The day I turned nineteen, I expected to gain what little freedom I could within the restrictions of my bank account and the hallucinations that had haunted me for the last six years. I expected to drive away from a life that had been dictated by the tragedy of others and shaped by the care of strangers. I expected to be alone. Actually, I relished the idea of being alone. Instead, I found fear I thought I’d overcome. Uncertainty I thought I’d painstakingly planned away. And terror that was more real than anything I’d ever hallucinated before. I’d seen terrible, fantastical, and utterly impossible things … but not love. Not until I saw him.


This 74k novel is an adult/new adult paranormal romance/urban fantasy. It is the first book in the Oracle Series.

WARNING for sexual content and no cupcakes. Okay, that’s a lie. Some cupcakes are consumed in this book. The Oracle Series intersects with the Dowser Series, shares the same universe along with some characters with the Dowser Series, but this is NOT a Dowser book.

Author’s Note:

I See Me is the first book in the Oracle series. This series is set in the same universe as my Dowser Series, and contains spoilers for Dowser 1, 2, and 3.

While it is not necessary to read all three series, the ideal reading order is as follows:

Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic (Dowser 1)

Trinkets, Treasures, and Other Bloody Magic (Dowser 2)

Treasures, Demons, and Other Black Magic (Dowser 3)

I See Me (Oracle 1)*

Shadows, Maps, and Other Ancient Magic (Dowser 4)

Maps, Artifacts, and Other Arcane Magic (Dowser 5)

I See You (Oracle 2)

Artifacts, Dragons, and Other Lethal Magic (Dowser 6)**

I See Us (Oracle 3

*Oracle 1 contains spoilers for Dowser 1, 2, and 3.

**Dowser 6 contains spoilers for Oracle 2.

Book Trailer

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Early Reviews

via Maghon for Happy Tails and Tales Blog

via Headshot Heather at Doubleshot Reviews

via Jules at the Reading Cafe


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