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Sapphire Blue (Precious Stone Trilogy, book 2)

by Kerstin Gier

Rated: Mild

Gwen has been trying her best to learn everything she needs to learn about time travel since she learned she inherited the time-traveling gene, but no one seems to believe in her. She is the final member of the secret time-traveling Circle of Twelve, and they need her to unlock the final secret, but how is she supposed to do that if no one will tell her anything? With the help of her friends (Is Gideon her friend? Are they more than friends? Why is he so nice to her one moment and so cold the next?) she’ll have to unlock the answers that everyone has been keeping from her.

The first book in the trilogy flows smoothly into the second. Sapphire Blue picks up right where Ruby Red left off. This time there are very few slow moments, each chapter as suspenseful as the first. As Gwen jumps from year to year, era to era, we discover more and more about her character, as well as Gideon. A very compelling read. I finished it in under two days. That says something.

Rated: Mild. The content is very similar to the first. A few swears. A little blood. Some mild kissing. A clean read.


— Reviewed by Kristin Curtis

Kristin Curtis is an avid reader and writer. So, of course, she earned a bachelor's degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing at Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2014.

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  • Sapphire Blue (Precious Stone Trilogy, book 2)
  • by Kerstin Gier
  • Rated: Mild
  • Genre: Young adult
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