by Joanna Chambers


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ISBN-13: 9781619232396
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Publication date: 11/24/2015
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)

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Unnatural 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
This is the first one for me, but I’m thinking that there are prior ones in the series the way other minor characters were mentioned and interacted with one of the MC’s. This starts in the past when James and Iain first meet. It’s a sweet meeting and you can tell just by those few pages that something special is happening. Then we jump to present day, fine Snapshot of how they meet, then start real story. And what a great start. Just what you see happening, happens. Iain joined years prior and in present day is resigning his commission. And you can’t wait for the rest. But then we jump backwards… again… Now I get we need a little back story on how these two were fairing in the years from boyhood to man hood. Esp. since we’ve had a fight and no communication. But, I’m just not a fan of couple of chapters in the present, couple in the past. Esp when the present one was on such a great story line role and then bam. We get flung in the past again, lose all momentum. Talk about to souls that need each other but aren’t ready to at the right crossroads at the same time. Until, finally they are and it’s perfect. I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review by Crystals Many reviews
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read all the Enlightment novels, which I enjoyed. So, I looked forward to this one. Not much happens in it. It is basically a "will he or won't he," "will they or won't they story," with nothing but misunderstandings and lack of courage keeping Sinclair and Hart apart. I also found the skipping back and forth in time to be a bit difficult to follow. Once I came to the next dated chapter, I had to go back at times to the first page of the chapter before to find out how much time had passed or how far back in time we were going. It was good to come across characters from the earlier novels, and as I liked Iain Sinclair in his small role in the Enlightenment novels, it was good to catch up with him. If you haven't read the earlier novels, I would do that before reading this one. Even so, I think the lack of suspense and strong plot conflict keeps this novel from being a success. We all know from the start how it is going to end.