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Sweet Light is for men.,
This review is from: Sweet Light (Paperback)
Shara is a healer. She falls in love with a soldier who turns out to be the king's son. The very same king that hired her to do a job for his army. Forbidden love is powerful and it overcomes a major hurdle in this story. But then, that's the beauty of this book. There's a whole lot more to 'Sweet Light' than just that.
Jennifer Wylie crafted and defined men exceeding well in this book. Three of them are after Shara's heart and neither is less than a worthy man. Jen didn't excoriate these characters, though they each have flaws. To read a story of love and the challenges love faces, and then to enjoy it; as an alpha male, this book pleased me to no end.
First, the story is unlike any other. Shara the healer does her job exceedingly well. Even as she's broken, beaten, downtrodden, and cast aside at times, Shara is powerful. And not aggressively so. Shara is a pleasant character who sets up the roles of the others so well, bringing a light to the whole story that doesn't seem to exist in other books.
You'll find love, magic, fantasy, and a whole lot of wow in this book. Then comes the plot twist. One so profound and unforeseen, it takes the story to another level entirely. Without dropping a spoiler here, Shara is more than meets the eye and you'll need an e-reader to flip the pages faster.
A.T. Russell, Author.