In book one of Anamchara: Hope Brooks receives a certified letter that could possibly change everything she has worked hard for her whole adult life.
Jason “Jase” Pierce and Cooper Maxwell, III are best friends and so much more. They’ve always known they were destined to share a mate—they’re just getting tired of waiting for her to show up.
Deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia is the magical town of Anamchara where all their fates lay. Secrets will be revealed and choices will have to be made. Will Hope, Jase, and Cooper be able to overcome all of the obstacles to find forever with each other? Or will past hurts catch up and destroy what was put into place hundreds of years ago.
A certified letter changes everything Hope Brookes ever believed and just when she’s starting to believe a dangerous enemy threatens everything and everyone she’s coming to care for in this bewitching paranormal fantasy romance. Although I feel that it could benefit by being a little longer, I enjoyed this charming tale from beginning to end and the author has certainly caught my interest in her magical world with some very intriguing characters and elements and I can’t wait to read the next one.
4 STARS 4 ½ FLAMES
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JK Publishing, April 13 2014, 161 pages, ebook
About Lynne St. James:
Lynne St. James lives in the mostly sunny state of Florida with her husband, two dogs and two cats. She works in the Internet Technology industry and loves to escape to the worlds of her creation. When she’s not working, she’s writing, reading, taking pictures and sometimes cooking.
If Lynne had her way she’d travel all over the world and set a new book in each place she visited. Maybe someday!
Lynne is addicted to coffee and if she’s not at her desk you can usually find her hovering over her Keurig coffee maker waiting for the next cup to be ready.
Lynne has three books in her Vampires of Eternity Series published with Siren-Bookstrand. Her new series called Anamchara is releasing with JK Publishing.
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