I received this book for free from the Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Life Lived Twice by Sherrie Wouters
Published by Self-Published on 6th June 2014
Genres: Fantasy, Love & Romance, Paranormal, Romance
Source: from the Author
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Some promises are made to last forever…
What if you fell in love with a stranger…but that stranger had come from your past, a past you never knew existed until the moment your eyes met?
When Tess Winters locks eyes with a stranger at an airport bookstore, it ignites a feeling of passion somewhere deep inside her that she can’t explain.
Although the encounter is innocent and brief, the intensity of it lingers, leaving her overwhelmed by a yearning for the mystery man now consuming her every thought.
Struggling to break the powerful hold he has over her heart, Tess starts to experience strange but familiar dreams…dreams from the turn of the twentieth century of the charming Mr Addison Taylor.
As her dreams start to materialize into reality, and past and present begin to blur, Tess is forced to put the pieces of a forgotten time together, and soon discovers that love isn’t the only thing that can find you after an eternity.
Thank you to Sherrie for sending me a copy of this book for review. I read the synopsis and thought the concept was very interesting.
Tess has had a very sheltered life. When she was 5 years old something happened, which she can’t remember, and ever since her parents have been extremely protective. She’s is finally breaking free. She’s getting her own place, she’s going to college she finally feels like she has a life of her own.
Tess ends up moving into a house share with Dane. Dane is a complete sweetheart. He works hard and seemed to really cared about Tess.
This book is so completely different to any thing else I have read. It really shows that Love is forever and death can’t stop it.
I really enjoyed this book and I am very intrigued what book 2 will contain.
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