Book Review: Nocturne, A Haunting Story of Forbidden Love by Syrie James
I have to admit from page one I was sucked in like a vacuum. I could not put the book down. In the beginning I was intrigued by Nicole Whitcomb's situation, in that she had spent a weekend with friends skiing and at a wedding in the beautiful mountains of Colorado. Nicole stayed an extra day and then left in a rental car headed back to the airport trying to make her plane schedule and trying to beat a snowstorm. Nicole lives in California and is not used to driving in hazardous winter conditions. The story was building and predicting that Nicole would be in a life-changing accident. After Nicole's serious encounter with black ice and a spinning car. She is rescued by a mysterious but handsome stranger.
The book has two characters Nicole and her mysterious rescuer--Michael Tyler.
Quickly they find out they have much in common. Except for one important and significant difference.
Michael is clearly hiding something about himself, he tries to keep a safe distance. Nicole is in a quandary as to why he has certain habits. Yet, when they are close, there is a definite and powerful attraction.
This is a fantasy fiction type book.
It is a book for those who love sensual love stories.
Did I like it? Yes. It is well-written, entertaining, it certainly held my interest---I read the book in about 24 hours.
Published August 2011 by Vanguard Press
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