True Indigo

This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Buy on Amazon Buy on BN.com Buy on Bookshop.org
*This page contains affiliate links, so we may earn a small commission when you make a purchase through links on our site at no additional cost to you.
Send NetGalley books directly to your Kindle or Kindle app

1
To read on a Kindle or Kindle app, please add kindle@netgalley.com as an approved email address to receive files in your Amazon account. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
2
Also find your Kindle email address within your Amazon account, and enter it here.
Pub Date 01 Sep 2023 | Archive Date 03 Dec 2023

Talking about this book? Use #TrueIndigo #NetGalley. More hashtag tips!


Description

Things have been going great for Tipsy Collins, the Lowcountry’s favorite clairvoyant artistic genius. Her kids are happy and healthy, she’s producing and selling her celebrated paintings, and she’s engaged to the love of her life, psychiatrist Scott Brandt.

Everyone in Tipsy’s life seems content, except Henry Mott, her mercurial supernatural roommate and wannabe literary virtuoso. Henry has been brooding for over a century, but lately, his discontent has gone into overdrive.

His famous temper is out of control and he can’t write a single sentence. Henry’s malaise and its accompanying destruction threaten to complicate Tipsy and Scott’s family blending while her ex-husband haplessly navigates a second marriage crisis. As Henry slowly loses his mind, a series of unexplainable events has Tipsy combing through ghostly memories, meeting new friends and reuniting with old ones, exploring and testing the supernatural limits, and, as always, learning some priceless life lessons.

True Indigo is the highly anticipated fourth and final installment in the award-winning Tipsy Collins Series.

Things have been going great for Tipsy Collins, the Lowcountry’s favorite clairvoyant artistic genius. Her kids are happy and healthy, she’s producing and selling her celebrated paintings, and she’s...


Advance Praise

“Five Stars...The fourth and final installment of the Tipsy Collins series...beautifully wraps up the characters’ journeys with a blend of paranormal intrigue and life lessons…” —Readers’ Favorite

“Five Stars...The fourth and final installment of the Tipsy Collins series...beautifully wraps up the characters’ journeys with a blend of paranormal intrigue and life lessons…” —Readers’ Favorite


Available Editions

ISBN 9781647047696
PRICE $4.99 (USD)

Available on NetGalley

NetGalley Shelf App (EPUB)
Send to Kindle (EPUB)
Download (EPUB)

Average rating from 9 members


Featured Reviews

True Indigo, the final book in the Tipsy Collins series by Stephanie Alexander is another great addition to the series with a smooth wrap up of Tipsy, Henry & Jane’s story. Looking forward to the spinoff next year!

Was this review helpful?

I thoroughly enjoyed this series. It is beautifully written with realistic and relateable characters The characters, including the ghosts, grow and change over the course of the series.

The series takes place in Charleston, SC. The lowcountry is described in loving detail and gave me the desire to revisit that area.

The series is delightful and this book wraps it up. Fabulous and fun paranormal mystery

Was this review helpful?

Tipsy definetly has her hands full with preparing for her upcoming marriage and her work, when Henry suddenly starts to decline in a serious way. Add onto that as shes trying to help her friend her ex husband springs a divorce into the mix.
I Love the glimpses into the past through the memoeries, it helped the pictures form in my mind of historical moments and it made it a very enjoyable read.
I also loved how each new character introduced is unique in their own way.
Theres so many beautiful scenes in this book and many life lessons about love and forgiveness.
I teared up several times while reading it. Its definetly a must read.

Thank you to net galley and the author for letting me read this arc.

Was this review helpful?

I was sad to learn that this is the last of the Tipsy books - but it was an incredible finish! And after reading the author's note - I'm super excited for LeeLee's story!

Henry and Jane are back - with Jane really coming back again to help solve what's bothering Henry. I love these characters - and this book brought in a couple of newer characters and they all fit together so well. I love the Charleston setting, the descriptions are always so lush and memorable. TIpsy is dealing with the final plans for her wedding, helping Henry (and now Jane), dealing with Ayers marital issues, and her crazy friends. In addition, she meets a couple new friends and ghosts and learns more about her powers and how to help more folks cross. It was sad to see the end of Henry and Jane's story - but they've been so entertaining and enjoyable.

Thank you to NetGalley, the author and publisher for a temporary, digital ARC in return for my review.

Was this review helpful?

True Indigo
Stephanie Alexander
2023
4 Stars



Thank you NetGalley and Publisher Bublish for my copy of True Indigo by Stephanie Alexander. I have not received any rewards or compensation for this review and therefore all views and opinions are of my own, the reviewer.

In summary: A feel good ghost story. Feels like The Ghost Whisperer.

This is my first Stephanie Alexander story. True Indigo is a story about Tipsy and her ability to communicate with ghosts who haven’t fully crossed over to the other side. In particular, Henry is one ghost who refuses to go and gives Tipsy a run for her money throughout the book.
At first I found Tipsy being a weird name for a character and wasn’t sure what to expect with a character with a weird name. It wasn’t until a lot further in the book I discovered her name was Tiffany.
I found the chapters were super long with a lot of information to digest in each chapter. I was surprised when there were less than twenty chapters considering the size of the book. Although it didn’t take anything away from the story, it was an oddity.
I enjoyed the story as a whole for what it was and I felt the author had explored some interesting ideas with death and communications with ghosts. It was a great read.

Was this review helpful?

Henry and Jane are back - with Jane really coming back again to help solve what's bothering Henry. I love these characters - and this book brought in a couple of newer characters and they all fit together so well. I love the Charleston setting, the descriptions are always so lush and memorable. TIpsy is dealing with the final plans for her wedding, helping Henry (and now Jane), dealing with Ayers marital issues, and her crazy friends. In addition, she meets a couple new friends and ghosts and learns more about her powers and how to help more folks cross. It was sad to see the end of Henry and Jane's story - but they've been so entertaining and enjoyable.

Was this review helpful?

Readers who liked this book also liked: