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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

More Than A Lifetime by Theresa Laws

More Than A Lifetime by Theresa Laws
Publisher: Tease Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4 Books
Review by Agapanthus

All her life, Brooke has felt out of place, unlucky with men and empty inside except for her very real fear of water. The only place she feels at home is in Old Sacramento where her love/hate relationship with the river puzzles her.

When she meets the mysterious Evan, her mind begins to reveal images and intimate encounters that are so much more than dreams or imagination. Could they be memories? Is it possible that both she and Evan have lived before? Her journey to find the truth about herself takes her underground and back in time to a lover who has waited more than a lifetime.

Brooke has always had an extreme fear of running water. So when she and her boyfriend, Scott head into old town Sacramento for the Chinese new year festival Brooke is understandably apprehensive. During the parade, Brooke is pushed back and stumbles against the railing to the river and in that moment, everything changes for her. A handsome stranger keeps her from falling into the river and at the same time he unlocks things in Brooke that leave her reeling. Now she has to find him and figure out what is going on.

More Than a Lifetime is a fantastic short story about love, life, death, and reincarnation that leaves a smile on your face. It is well written with rich details and vivid imagery. Theresa Laws has done great job of bringing her characters to life. She has also woven the characters past into the story with well placed and not overpowering flashbacks that give the story even more depth. With supporting characters that bring just enough side story into the mix this is a really fun short read. I am definitely going to be looking for more of Miss Laws' work in the future.