Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
April Lopez has been asked to go to Middle Earth accompanied by Tamara a fairy cat to get help from a priest in Zorith to stop Ursula and the Archon from enslaving humanity. Current weather conditions on the surface are threatening the world and April although unable to transport agreed to go.
April is a medium and clairvoyant who works with Lara in her boutique and who we have met before and now she is undertaking a very dangerous job. When she finally arrives in Zorith and meets the man she hopes will help her she is left with a feeling that she has known him before but can’t figure out where or when.
Sarielle Torian knows that April has to remember her past and who she is and as much as he tries to get her to see that the Zorith way of living is the right way all she wants is to return to Sedona. There is no hatred or violence on Zorith everyone gets food and clothes and lives in harmony but to April it lacks a certain freedom.
April begins to get visions and they do lead her to who she was in the past and how she knows Sarielle but I won’t reveal that. I will say that I did read the first two books in this series and was hoping that this one would be different I mentioned in my other reviews that the author used so many characters and so many different scenarios that it left me confused at times and this book was the same. I gave the book three stars because of April and Sarielle and their relationship to one another but I have to admit that I did skip through a lot of the book since between the science and the angels and Atlantis and on and on and on I just needed to skip some.
If you are a true fan of fantasy then this book might just be up your alley, but as far as this reviewer is concerned it left confused.