Together in Starlight

Together in Starlight

by Susan Mac Nicol
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Together in Starlight by Susan Mac Nicol


Bennett Saville is sexy. At the peak of his career, the English star of stage and screen is everything a woman might desire, as fiancée Cassandra Wallace well knows. Together they’ve seen the world, from L.A. to Shangri La, yet shadows persist even in the spotlight. At home they face lust, greed, and ghosts from their pasts—and that’s off stage. There is also “The Val”. The aged London theatre holds a mystery four centuries old, cast in starlight and waiting to be revealed. Intensely personal, impossibly passionate, the play must go on…and Cassie and Bennett must face it together.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044333093
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/21/2013
Series: Starlight , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 428 KB

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Together in Starlight 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
dreamer2229 More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It was like visiting with old friends or one of those people you meet and instantly feel like you have known forever. I felt like I could join this group of friends and be totally at ease and welcomed like a long lost family member. As an avid reader, this is not a totally foreign concept… however the skill with which this was accomplished was such that it wasn’t until I emerged from the book and my new friends that I realized exactly how quickly and comprehensively I had become a part of this life. The characters are written skillfully in such a way that you really care what happens to them. The story line had surprises around every corner and I was worried that my friends would not make it to their happily-ever-after ending that I wanted for them. I give this book 4.5 out of 5 clouds. This product or book may have been distributed for review; this in no way affects my opinions or reviews.
PureJonel More than 1 year ago
This is one of those novels that could be read as a stand-alone, but that also follows brilliantly from its prequel. You would be missing some of the background on the cast of characters, but the entire story still flows as it is. The author ensures that all relevant pieces of information are re-inserted into this novel, just not as in-depth as they were in the original. Mac Nicol continues to use a variety of different writing techniques to differentiate between different characters and to highlight various emotions. She uses descriptions and illusion in a subtle way to draw the reader in and create a realistic world for them to visit and get lost in. The characters undergo further development in this novel. You get to know many of the supporting cast members very well as they begin to take a more prominent role in the series. I appreciate that everyone in this novel has their own life. The story doesn’t simply revolve around the main characters. Each person has their own separate issues to deal with. Because of this there are a few separate storylines that intertwine and meld together. Mac Nicol has mastered this art and uses it to her advantage. It creates a unique approach to a romance novel that really makes it stand out.  As a whole this novel captured me with its uniqueness. Mac Nicol melds many techniques together to produce a very fetching story that keeps you captivated and wondering throughout. She also creates a cast that is so diverse that everyone will find at least one character to relate to. It was a brilliant follow-up to Cassandra by Starlight that leaves you feeling refreshed. Please note that I received this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review
Mallory_SupernaturalFan More than 1 year ago
Review of Together in Starlight by Susan MacNicol (Starlight Series #2) 5 stars When I read a novel by Susan MacNicol, there are several aspects that stick with me, long after I’ve read the book (for example, I still remember fondly what I so enjoyed of the first book in this series, “Cassandra by Starlight,” which I read more than six months earlier). Ms. MacNicol is such an excellent writer that each novel seems to fly past, and I’m finished almost before I realize I’ve reached the last page. That’s one aspect I remember! Then there’s the intriguingly complex plotting, a second aspect not-to-forget. But above all, I remember and love Ms. MacNicol’s incredible ability with characters. Not for her the standard two-dimensional male lead, whose only requirements are good looks, sexiness, and sensual appeal to the female lead; nor the two-dimensional female lead—flirty, attractive, a fine figure (according to whatever male lead’s ideals are), and appealing to the male lead, who simply must possess her. Yes, Ms. MacNicol has attractive, sexy, sensually appealing protagonists; but that’s NOT ALL. Ms. MacNicol, who must possess both a wonderful imagination and an analytic discernment of character and of interpersonal interactions, gives us the most incredibly fully-fleshed-out, well-rounded, three-dimensional characters. She gets in close and personal, digs in deep, till we know these folks better than we know ourselves; and because we know them, we can love them, admire them, grieve-joy-laugh with them; and we carry them with us long after that final page is turned.