3 out of 5 stars
Missie is a music student working through her final year at college. An incredible flutist she looks to have a shining future as a classical musician, until an unfortunate car crash involving a cloaked figure that sends her hurtling into a parallel universe. Confronted with men in 16th century garb approaching her car as if it’s some kind of monster she’s understandably bewildered, at first thinking she’s stumbled into a movie set, unfortunately it isn’t that simple. The men turn out to be royal guards and Missie is promptly caught up in a turn of events that threaten not only her own existence but the existence of the world she’s landed in. Whether they rise or fall will depend on Missie, the strength of her heart and her flute.
An intriguing tale with language that you could just imagine in a 16th century novel the author weaves a journey that will leave you thinking about it long after you’ve finished. Very much like a tale of old there are the traditional roles of hero and heroine that will satisfy anyone seeking an excellent old fashioned style read of good against evil. Vivid descriptions allow the horrifying Symberveen to haunt your mind as you read. A proper love story this will appeal to anyone who loves a Romeo & Juliet style romance – without the unfortunate end *grin*
Read the first chapter here on Nancy’s blog or click here to be taken to the book’s page on Amazon where you can of course preview a longer sample and more importantly BUY THE BOOK! I did notice on Nancy’s site she has a special coupon number and using this on Smashwords means you get it half price!! What a bargain : )
Hope you enjoyed the first of my Wednesday reviews! The cover image and link will remain on the right sidebar of my blog until I post the new review next week.
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