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Posted January 4, 2014
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As I was reading The Tempest, I wondered if I had missed a few things. As I continued to read things can together fast and the book turned into a nice page turner. The last half moves very quick!! I really like the intensity between Jase and Adira. Magic flows as the sparks fly between these two dynamic characters. With him just awakening to the power of his blood and learning what he truly is, Adira makes demands that he is not sure that he can answer. After being locked inside herself for twenty years, He had made it his mission to take her away and allow her to be herself.
The passion and tenderness between these characters is obvious as they struggle with their need for each other and need to get their point of view across while learning a new way of life. Adira is a beautiful lead female character with a surprisingly resilient spirit considering the life that she has led up to this point. To counter that, Jase is a steady yet fiery lead male, who and full of passion. Although the doctor/patient relationship seemed to be a bit of a fantasy but it really worked out nicely.
I enjoyed The Tempest however I did feel like it was a bit choppy through the first half of the book. At times I had to go back and reread to make sure I had not missed something. I am happy to say in the end it came together nicely. The heat level is hot and the Shakespeare quotes add to the depth and romanticism of the book!!
Favorite Quote: Don’t you think I know what you diagnosis will be? Not one person has believed me in almost twenty years.