Praise for Jennifer’s Work

Praise for Copper Ravens (Copper Legacy #2):

  1. 0 out of 5 starsGreat Quick Read.June 27, 2014

By Carolyn

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I feel in love with “Copper Girl” and it lead me to “Copper Ravens”. I can’t wait for the next book. These books are a quick read with a great plot line. They take the otherworld into a new domination. And I love the silverkin.

  1. 0 out of 5 starsEnjoyedJune 27, 2014

By jgo

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I really enjoyed this book along with copper girl. I received copper girl for free and was entranced into the Otherworld. I bought this book and can’t wait to buy the next one. I would definitely recommend this book to any fantasy reader.

  1. 0 out of 5 starsWonderful!June 21, 2014

By Julie Snyder

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Great, easy and enjoyable read! I can’t wait for the next book (hopefully, I won’t have to wait too long)!!

  1. 0 out of 5 starsAs good as the first one- maybe even better !June 28, 2014

By Melanie Rivellese

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The minute I finished Copper Girl, I was compelled to download Copper Ravens- thank you Kindle! There was a great pace to this story – no need for lengthy setup- but enough reminders sprinkled throughout that the reader could recall what had gone before.
I lived the interaction of Sara’s family with Micah and the rest of the Otherworld. Maeve really blossomed as a character.

There were a few scenes where I was getting tired of Sara complaining she was just a consort, still didn’t want a baby, etc. but then the story redeemed itself. I truly hope that Sara’s character can move past these doubts now, based on what has transpired in this book.

Please hurry with the next one – I’m hooked!
Praise for Copper Girl (Copper Legacy#1):

  1. 0 out of 5 stars��, July 4, 2014


Kim T (Gastonia, NC, US) – See all my reviews

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Good book! The main character was a little frustrating at times she seemed to trust the wrong people and not trust the good guys. The story really hooked me I couldn’t wait to see what happened next.


  1. 0 out of 5 starsLoved it!, June 28, 2014


Bre – See all my reviews

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I have always been a fan of magic and romance. This book did an amazing job of combining the two. Sequel please!


  1. 0 out of 5 starsAmazing Read, June 25, 2014


Amazon Customer “Mrs. Fudge” (Oxford, AL) – See all my reviews

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This was an amazing book. I didn’t know what to expect. In the end, I just wanted more!!! I was so happy book two was already out. Yet, I was so disappointed that there isn’t a book three.


  1. 0 out of 5 starsAwesome!, June 25, 2014


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This book was an excellent read. Personally the size of the book was a good fit. It could have been longer, but for the price, it was sufficient. The storyline was great, didn’t have to figure anything out, or guess. The characters fit together in a believable way. I went through this book quickly, it was hard to put down. I can’t say enough about this book! The only thing that disappointed me was that there isn’t another one to continue the story. Other than that, if your looking for a great fantasy book that you can easily read, understand, and get engulfed with, pick this book. You will not regret it!


  1. 0 out of 5 starsFun interesting different, June 24, 2014


Pamela N Lipscomb (Woodford, VA, US) – See all my reviews

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Loved the characters, the plot, the new world, the dialogue was fun and kept you interested and the story moving. It was a fun read.


  1. 0 out of 5 starsCopper Girl, June 24, 2014


LizB – See all my reviews

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This is my first time reading anything by Jennifer Allis Provost. I am really impressed. I love her easy going writing style that makes me feel like she is sitting across from me, telling me the story herself. Wonderful characters and an intriguing story line. I highly recommend reading this. Just bought her ‘Copper Ravens’ book too. Can’t wait to get into it!


  1. 0 out of 5 starsCopper Girl Shines Through!, June 23, 2014


Melanie Rivellese (Chester, NJ USA) – See all my reviews

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I wasn’t sure if I was going to like this book , but once the rather slow intro was over BAM! We were off and running. Sara is a sympathetic character and the more you find out about her and her family, the more you want to know! Glad this is a series so there’s more to look forward to!

  1. 0 out of 5 starsin loveeee, June 14, 2014


Bianca Powell – See all my reviews

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I couldn’t put the book down, such a good read! I hope there are more books to come! Love it


  1. 0 out of 5 starsI just LOVE it!, November 20, 2013


Maghon @ Happy Tails and Tales – See all my reviews

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I am quite impressed with this book. I really wasn’t sure what to expect when I started reading. I was thinking maybe some glow-y fairy type creatures. Umm, yeah… no! This is a fascinating take on the world of the Fae, and how the future has molded them and their adaptions. The world building is spectacular. It’s given me a whole new out look as too “cool”. It’s perfect for summer reading as it’s a quick read, fast paced, and full of interesting twists.

Sara has a little magic, but she never even thinks of it, as she lives in a world that now forbids magic. Her family has been torn apart because of it. She thinks about those family members often, and just that makes her drop any thing to do with magic. So, when a real life elf shows up, telling her she’s basically his mate, she is beyond a little freaked out. Her character has some major growth throughout the story, and I loved how everything played out. Plus she has to figure out how to keep said elf, and her family, while trying to live her life.

Sara and Micah, well, they really are an interesting couple. He’s so old fashioned, and she’s so modern. She drives a car-he doesn’t actually know that it’s called a car. She is strong willed, but doesn’t know much about her magic or how to use it because she’s denied that part of herself for so long. Micah wants to protect Sara at all costs, even to himself. I happen to love Micah from his first appearance, because he steals panties LOL He’s sweet, and caring, and yeah a little over protective, but in a good way. He’s got this wonderful home, and he is literally going to share it with Sara and her family in a drop of a hat, if it means protecting Sara. He’s definitely book boyfriend material.

The world building and scenery is amazing. You have the normal world, where things are very different, almost post apocalyptic, but then you could step into a portal and somethings will still be there, but it’s the fae realm. Very interesting. I am hooked. I am hoping for MUCH more! I cannot wait for book two, and for those of you who haven’t heard of this book yet, GET YOUR HANDS ON IT NOW!!! 5 SPECTACULARLY WELL WRITTEN PAWS!!

  1. 0 out of 5 starsHappy I bought it!, September 9, 2013


Kimberly Rospotynski – See all my reviews

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New plot for me with a main character who is an elemental completely untrained. She struggles to grasp what is happening as her hot guy brings her into the fray. Easy reading, very enjoyable, can’t wait for the next.
Publisher’s Weekly, 04/29/2013:

Sara Corbeau takes her lunch break in her car; the heat is oppressive but it’s not as bad as the office air conditioning. She takes off her underwear and takes a nap in which Micah, a silver-haired elf, visits her dreams. He teaches Sara that she is also a Dreamwalker. She’s spent years avoiding anything to do with magic; after a war in which Mundanes—humans without powers—won over Elementals, the oppressive Mundane government caused the disappearance of her father, the leader of one of the most powerful magic clans, and her brother. Now awakened to her powers, Sara risks her life to visit Micah in the Otherworld, the kingdom of the Elementals, and speak with the Iron Queen in hopes of discovering where her father and brother are. The novel’s reliance on exposition and its unnecessary repetition creates confusion and takes away from the threat of the villains, the believability of the love story, and the magic. Promising world-building doesn’t make up for painfully slow plotting. Agent: Rebecca Mancini, RightsMix. (June)

Praise for Rise of the Deva’shi:

Farhana Faruq rated it:

bookshelves: fiction, first-reads

Read in May, 2010

recommends it for: Everyone

I received Rise of the Deva’shi through GoodReads “First Reads”. Thank you SO much Jennifer, and for signing it for me! *big grin*

I normally don’t read this genre (Fantasy), which is exactly why I wanted to read it. (Now I know I should read it more often)

What a wonderful book!! I definitely enjoyed everything about it, I’d even give it more than 5 stars. It has everything you could want in one book – action, suspense, romance, etc., etc. The pace is great, as is the character development.

… the only disappointment is I don’t think Jennifer has another novel out *yet?*

Tina Gauthier rated it:

bookshelves: fantasy, first-reads

Read in June, 2010

I am in love with this book. I have never read a book in the fantasy genre but Allis Provost has peaked my interest to try another book. I hope other fantasy books live up to this one. This book contained war, action, fictional history, superb character development, suspense, and passion. I very much felt for the characters in the situations they were put into. My favorite aspect of the book is way I was put into the position to witness the passionate relationship between the two main characters. The way the characters spoke and interacted with one another was far above romance and fully expressed passion. Thank you to the author for choosing me to be a first reader. I hope to see another book from you!

An Engaging Fantasy Epic

Posted April 27, 2010, 9:06 PM EST: The first-born heir to her father’s kingdom, Latera enjoys the charmed life of being a princess. Her life of privilege comes to an abrupt end, though, when she’s swept away from her home and becomes lost in the realm of Faerie. For the next six years, she lives in obscurity as a stable girl – until she’s summoned to the court of Asherah, the Faerie Queen, and eventually joins her army of demon-killers in a valiant effort to protect her new homeland. Thrust in the middle of an escalating war against marauding demon hordes, will she find the courage to meet her destiny…? With a gripping storyline and compelling action, Rise Of The Deva’shi is an engaging fantasy epic. Skillfully crafted by author Jennifer Allis Provost, this grand, sweeping tale of mystic splendor is sure to please fans of well developed, imaginative thrillers. In Latera, Provost has created quite the sympathetic protagonist: a tragic figure with the best of intentions but often the worst of luck – but one who nonetheless perseveres and is ultimately redeemed by no less than the sheer force of her will. As such, she serves as an inspiring figure for anyone who finds themselves similarly thrust in the middle of the darkest of circumstances, her very life an encouraging reminder that what matters more than the challenges that befall us is the character that we display in the face of them. Holistically entertaining, Rise Of The Deva’shi takes the reader on an enjoyable ride through a lush fantasy world sure to leave an indelible impression long after the last page has been turned. Chelsea Perry Apex Reviews

THIS is the book to make sure you have a lot of time to read. Difficult to put down…..

Posted July 22, 2009, 8:46 AM EST: This book is terrific. The characters are strong yet easy to fall in love with and others are easy to hate and there were definately times in the book where my mind would scream at the book like one yells at the television. This book is absolutely riveting. I cannot wait for the other chronicles to come out. Kudos to the author on her first but OUTSTANDING book. If this is just her first, I cannot wait to see the others. She has outstanding ideas and the twists and turns are amazing!!!!!!!!!!


Once you read this you are gonna be hooked

Posted July 9, 2009, 6:52 PM EST: This book is great!!! I can’t put it down nor wait until the next one comes out. Love it!!!

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