Title: If the Light Would Stay
Author: J.G. Lucas
Published Date: September 26th 2014
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
The silence of Tess Gilbert’s solitary world is shattered by screams only she can hear. They are coming from inside the mind of Sam Rhodes, a successful but modest young businessman and aspiring artist who has spent his life fighting his true nature. In her drive to help Sam, Tess discovers a deep, ancient connection to him.
For Tess, being with Sam is like drawing poison from her years of wounded loneliness. She feels vital and whole and happy for the first time in her life.
For Sam, the connection with Tess is as intoxicating as it is frightening. Her otherworldly power inspires the painter in him, while the gentleness and fragility of her soul rouses the protector in him. He would do anything to keep her with him and keep her safe, but there is a dark, predatory force only Sam can sense that wants her as much as Sam does.
This was an interesting read from a new to me author. The characters are very well developed and due to the main character’s condition you get a lot of emotion not only from her but from those around her as well.
Although some of the pacing was a little slow for me personally the story was definitely a good one, and one that I would recommend to paranormal fans out there. I am intrigued to see what will come next.
4 out of 5 stars from me!
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