SHAMAN, FRIEND, ENEMY
Olivia Lawson Techno-Shaman Book Two
Patients with fractured souls, clients threatened by deadly ancestor spirits, and now the paparazzi–it’s all in a day’s work for techno-shaman Olivia Lawson. Livvy has rocketed to the top of the shaman world, bringing old friends with her but also attracting new enemies.
Even as her career soars, her personal life spirals downward. Broken bonds and lost love finally force her to confront the terrible secret of her beginning in shamanism. Despite being attacked by dark shamans and navigating a spiritual plane that seems out of control, Livvy’s single-minded quest steers her into dangerous territory and puts her on a collision course with those dearest to her.
No longer interested in walking a fine line, Livvy discovers that–when the one thing you need is the one thing you can’t have–you’ll risk everything.
“A riveting blend of sci-fi, fantasy, and coming to terms with the darkness in one’s own life, Shaman Friend Enemy is highly recommended.” – Midwest Book Review
“The Best of 2012 – I thoroughly enjoyed how Green’s characters evolved in their complexity and realism. No cardboard here, not even her antagonist. Green built up the conflict and resolved it with mastery. It’s a pleasure to see a writer’s improvement parallel that of her protagonist.” – The New Podler Review
What Readers Are Saying About Shaman, Friend, Enemy:
Loved it. What a fun series this is! It has a little bit of everything and is a wonderful example of urban fantasy. The best part of this book, the second in the series, is the relationship development between Livvy and SK.
Green is a master at developing characters that draw you in. Her world and the use of the shamanism are exciting and bold. This second book in her series delivers the goods and makes you hunger for more. The forbidden love is heartfelt and creates an ache in your own heart.
Really, really good. A sure sign of a really good book is when you forget that you are reading. You get so wrapped up in what’s happening that there ceases to be words on a page; and you’re just inside the story. That’s how I felt reading this book.