Resurrection

Resurrection

My Review

I started Resurrection with the intention of reading a couple of chapters today and then continuing it tomorrow. Big miscalculation on my part. I’m not really one for time travel stories, or books about vampires. For some reason though, the blurb on this book appealed to me, piqued my interest. Once I started reading this unique story, I just could not put it down until I got to the very end of the epilogue.

I am struggling with what to write about this story without accidentally giving you spoilers for taking away any of the experience of having it unfold for you. I will say that I started out loathing Gerard, the male lead, later to be known as Ged. So much came to light after he was reunited with Jane more than 5 centuries later, that he really became a character with whom I could to some degree empathize. I thought Jane was a great character. She had to deal with so much in such a condensed period of time, and she never lost her spirit.

After they re-connect in modern times, Ged and Jane find out that they are actually ideal intimate partners, perfect D/s counterpoints to one another. They also find out that and lack of communication cost them happiness their marriage originally, and they are not going to waste the chance they were miraculously given this time. The last few chapters were dramatic and emotional, but then really so was the whole book. Take a chance on this one like I did and I’m sure you will not be disappointed!

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