For centuries Cole Shilo has mourned the loss of his wife, Mianna, and drowned himself in his work as head sentinel of Cornerstone Deep. But when he is sent to harvest a second-class woman who has broken curfew, her soul calls out to him. He couldn't have responded at a worse time. The Lords and the Gods are not happy.
Rebirth isn't possible on Cornerstone Deep.
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Getting in Touch with My Feminine Side
Oddly I would. Romance fantasy is not something I would normally read. However, there are some writers, Anne McCaffrey, and Andre Norton for a pair and I would add Charlene A. Wilson to that group of women Fantasy writers who I would read.
Charlene as an author has a gift for integrating her descriptions of scenes with the story progression making the environment a part of the tale. She creates conflict using common events and intertwines it with the fantasy realm she is writing about
David is an excellent narrator and his reading of non-characters, in other words, the action and description of events is excellent, and his voice shifting between male and female roles was well done. But this is Coles story and I felt he was the character I favored.
No, the book is over six hours of listening, I listened to it in three sittings.
This is not my usual reading interest, but I did enjoy the story, the characters, and the narration. David J. Shaughnessy is a terrific narrator, and his reading fits Charlene's writing style beautifully.
- Gene. Poschman