Friday, May 20, 2011

Through the Rabbit Hole

Through the Rabbit HoleLisa Kumar
Fantasy Romance

"Pausing on the sidewalk, she ruffled through her tote for an umbrella she was sure wasn't there."

Natalie is just going about her life when the truly unexpected happens - she finds herself falling through an abyss and landing in a place that definitely isn't Earth.  But where is she and why?  The hauntingly handsome man named Lohr tells her that she must stay for three weeks and then must decide to stay or return.  But as Natalie spends time with Lohr and his family, an odd sense of familiarity hits her.  But that can't be.  She can't be having memories of people she's never met, can she?

My Opinion: This is definitely an original story and captivating.  Though not an intensely intricate plot, the author managed to create conflict and excitement throughout the story.  I'll admit to wishing for more details and more events along the way, but it was a delightful read nonetheless.  Natalie was a realistic character who fights with overwhelming concepts and desires she doesn't understand.  Lohr is a complex man who tries so hard to allow Natalie the time she needs, despite the cost.  A great love story I'd highly recommend.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and opinion are 100% my own.

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