Special Offers (The Coursodon Dimension #1) by M.L Ryan

special offers

Hailey is a thirty-something year old female living in Tucson, Arizona. She works for a company that milks chinchillas to make cheese with. One morning, she notices she had WAY too many books for her shelves. Her living room is cluttered with bookshelves whose shelves are 2 and 3 deep with books. She purchases a Kindle cheaply with the stipulation of special offers showing on the sleep screen rather than pretty artwork.

The first time she turns her Kindle on, she gets a tingling sensation and chalks it up to being static electricity. She thinks nothing more of it and goes on about her week as normal. But on the weekend, she feels like she’s getting sick. So she spends the entire weekend at home. Sometime over the weekend, she made a phone call but doesn’t remember it.

The other party calls her back a couple of times before she gets rude with them and hangs up. A few days later, she trips while running and it happens in front of a hot guy. They meet up at the bar the next night, but not knowingly on her part. Her colleagues and best friend were going to meet her at the bar but then cancelled on her.

Alex and Hailey talk for a few minutes before she goes running out of the bar, in tears. She makes it home and Alex follows her. She dropped her phone and he wanted to make sure she was really okay. Alex explains things to Hailey and she accepts them. Alex accompanies Hailey to work each day under the rouse of making the company’s computers better, which he does.

There is so much more that happens in this book that I could never do this book justice.



I loved this book. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it or not but I gave it a try. And in the end, I loved this book. It is a funny read in places and serious at others. Definitely a lot of action and adventure packed into it.


Free right now on Kindle. Normally 99 cents.

216 pages


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