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Posted July 15, 2013
Natalie is on her way home after a horrible day. When she goes to cross the street, she ends up falling into a puddle. She comes out the other side, she lands in the lap of a handsome fae. Lorh is the lord of the castle and he tells Natalie has three weeks to decide if she wants to stay with him.
Natalie has mixed feelings. While she is with Lorh’s children she feels a connection to them but she doesn’t know if she really wants to stay. Then there are the flashbacks. She starts having visions that make her feel closer to everyone. They are scary since they show her how she belongs with everyone. Very confused and angry, Natalie doesn’t know if she really wants to stay or go back home.
I really liked this story. You can tell that Lorh is keeping some kind of secret and you get just as frustrated as Natalie. But the ending was so sweet. I loved how everything flowed and keeps you wanting to know what is going on. I can’t wait to read more from Lisa Kumar.
Posted February 11, 2012
I was drawn to this book not only because I enjoy the work of Lisa Kumar, but because of the lovely cover. It wasn't until I began reading, however, that I found myself trapped in TirAnn right along with Natalie. I felt a connection of sorts with Lorh the moment Natalie landed in his lap and wondered what strange magic could have transported her from the human world into this world so different.
The mystery slowly begins to unravel, as Natalie comes to know Lorh, whose brooding, temperamental ways keep you on the edge of your seat, and his "siblings" who seem guarded and afraid if they say too much they may reveal everything.
I honestly thought a couple of times that Natalie would choose to go back to her life in the human world, until her memories, fragments at best, began to haunt her until the moment she let her heart see that her situation not only affected her life forever, but the lives of those she had met since she fell into the unusual, yet familiar, land of fey land of TirAnn.
This is a light and lovely read, with an ending that will delight the romantic at heart.
Posted June 21, 2011
Through the Rabbit Hole was a really neat story! At novella length, the story has no time for dull moments - it was interesting the whole way through. It's about a 27 year old woman named Natalie who falls through a dimensional tear into a land of Fey. Natalie has no idea how or why she has gotten there, and the Fey Lord Lorh won't give her any answers. He continuously tells her that she needs to figure out the answers on her own, which is frustrating to say the least!
Natalie slowly starts having flashes of memories that overwhelm and confuse her. Most of the story is from Natalie's perspective, but the few times we see Lorh's perspective let us see just how much he is hurting. Natalie quickly gets drawn into Lorh and his wonderful family, despite being clueless about what is going on. Not until the end, do things unravel and we begin to see the whole picture.
The writing, plot, and characters are all great. My only complaint is wanting more. I wanted to know more about her Earth life, and what she was potentially giving up. I also wanted more details on how the storyline came to be. Maybe it was because I was reading this at midnight, but my mind hurt a little bit at trying to think of the possibility of how this could happen. Now, that I have been completely vague and caught your interest - you better check this book out for yourself so you can see what I'm talking about! This novella may be focused on two adult characters, but it's a "clean" book that would absolutely be fine for young adults to read. There are teens in this book as well, so really I think paranormal lovers of any age would enjoy this quick read!
Posted May 1, 2011
This novella is well-written and has an intriguing plot line. Even though this is not a full-length novel, the characters are very likeable and well-fleshed out. An enjoyable read!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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