Shauni Miller has no idea why her life is changing, but she must answer when an unknown force summons her to a mystical island. She also harbors a secret, one that has the potential to alter her life forever.
Dr. Michael Black helps Shauni in her time of need, but sees more in the raven-haired temptress than she ever meant to reveal. He knows she's hiding something, but then, so is he.
Only the fates know what role they will play in a centuries-old prophecy. Or if one of them has to die.
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- Gerald Clark
Unsophisticated writing, story might have promise
This writing style is not what appeals to me. This author explains. Instead of "sky an ocean of azure" we get "blue sky". Picture me wincing. The writing doesn't draw the reader in. It's unlikely I'll make it all the way through the narration. Today is my second attempt and . . . yeah, it's not making it. Strike two is the narration. You cannot tell from the narrator's voice who is talking. Women and men all sound exactly the same and the reading is definitely yawn-worthy. Ugh.
The writing isn't that great so there's not much for the narrator to work with but each person should have a unique personality and that doesn't come through. Whether that's equally the author and narrator's fault I'm not interested enough to examine.
This is probably a great book for a teenager or someone who likes more simple things. The writing just isn't sophisticated or complex enough to appeal to me.
- Nori Lamphere