on 1 November 2013
This book is a easy light read for a story that could very easily be quite dark and depressing.
I loved how Nathan would not give up on his children and would find them at all costs, even to go and seek out a psychic to find them.
The relationship that develops for Nathan and Gillian is beautiful and i found the psychic element to be very believable, not kooky at all the way Karen wrote the visions and pictures that Gillian could see in the story fit in very well.
I found all the characters to be well rounded and they have good personalities to make you want to read more about them in future book in the series.
I do have one little niggle about this story, i think Nathan was very quick to forgive his ex wife for taking his children away from him for 6 months, he didnt really seem to show any anger towards her for all the passion he had towards finding them it just seemed to fizzle when they found them and it was all happy families.
A nice little get away book to pass a few hours, great emotional love story with a HEA.
Nathan's ex-wife has taken his daughters. Gillian is a psychic who specialises in finding missing people. Nathan doesn't want to make another commitment because he made such a mess of his marriage. Gillian doesn't want to trust a divorced man again because she had a bad experience with an ex-boyfriend.
The plot isn't any better developed than that but it is pleasant enough. The author has created an interesting set of circumstances for her characters to overcome which they do (this is a romance novel) in due course. I did find that the author was very vague about Gillian's abilities, probably in order to suit the plot, but it would have been nice to have more detail. There are a couple of well developed minor characters and I understand that there will be further books in this series. This is enjoyable enough but not overly memorable.
I received a free copy of this book via Netgalley.