- File Size: 710 KB
- Print Length: 322 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Diana Murdock (June 3, 2010)
- Publication Date: June 3, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003PPD93M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #808,363 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
The story surrounds two women separated by centuries yet connected by the unending force of love. (yes, I'm a man who just used the 'L' word) I'm not going to spoil any parts of the story
by doing a running narrative here. You need to read the book to understand that the connection I'm speaking of is more than just one of circumstance.
The author sets the stage for this tale of centuries in the first page which grabbed my interest and did not let go until the story was finished with me. For me, that's what makes a great tale. I didn't finish with it, it finished with me and at the appropriate place, the last page.
Ms. Murdock weaves two tales together using the chapters to define the time periods. Brilliant. I had no problems following the time line and her ability to create the right atmosphere (characters, clothing and speech) in both timelines was flawless. The author uses water (the ocean) as another means to connect the two stories and keep them flowing together until the end. The love scenes were vivid yet tasteful bringing out the emotions of the moment rather than a graphic rendering of the act itself.
Again is a tale of love, jealousy, loyalty and betrayal with some mystery tossed in. (you'll understand the last once you've read the story). All the fixings needed to keep you turning the pages.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it for both sexes.
"Again" wasn't the worst book I've ever read, but that's about all I can really say to recommend it. If you're into a heroine (or heroines, in this case) who spends half the book pondering how horrible her life is while being completely unwilling to make even the slightest effort to change things, then this is the book for you. Myself, I like heroines with a bit of backbone who aren't so boringly passive.
There were two things wrong with this book. First, there wasn't a single character whom I liked, let alone admired. Second, the plot--if you can call it that--meanders aimlessly and never seems to get anywhere.
It's hard to believe an author can take a fascinating subject like reincarnation and turn it into a total yawn, but Diana Murdock manages. When I saw the weird adolescent spelling of the heroine's name (Eryn instead of the usual Erin), I should have realized right then that we weren't on the same page, because I really hate when authors use those kind of immature, soap opera spelling revisions.
Eryn is unhappy because her husband shows no affection or passion, but she's unwilling to leave her marriage because they've been a couple since they were in school. Instead of taking charge of her life, she pants after other men and retreats into inexplicable memories of a past life with her 'twin soul.'
Her past life alter-ego, Lady Catherine, isn't much better. Catherine falls in love with an unsuitable commoner while leading the knight who loves her around by the nose.
The story flips back and forth between the two women without demonstrating much connection between the different lives.Read more ›
When you first start reading this book, you wonder is this about reincarnation? The author hints at it. One might ask what is reincarnation, this book said it is souls that it is souls that have unresolved issues.”We all have dominant traits that we need to overcome and if we don’t overcome them, we carry them over to the next life.” The author leaves you hanging wondering if this could be so. What could these two women have that their souls are connect, what unfinished business could there be? You have friends and family so jealous of you they want to hurt you, will the ladies let them or will they stand strong and go for what they want.
There are so many wonderful characters, you will love and love to hate. Some you will wish to get your hands on and some you just want to hug. I would recommend this book to my friends.
You have a triangle Catherine, Galen and Jonathan both love and want her. She is a lady, Galen is her equal a knight and Jonathan is beneath her standing. Who will she pick the merchant or the childhood friend? It is a love story that will break your heart; she cares for both but can only love one.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It wasn't my style, but it was a good story. Actually couldn't put it down. Just not my type of romance.Published 16 months ago by gmadby
This book was romantic without being overbearing. It was full of needed decisions but only because the female lead could not make up her mind. Very well written and easy to read.Published 16 months ago by K. S. Rodriguez
Wow! Throughout this whole tale you are do drawn to the kind of timeless love that we all dare to dream of having! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Doreen
This is a Beautiful story of reincarnated love. The way Diana Murdock wove these two time periods together was pure magic! You will not be disappointed in this one!! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Review by Reds~Dusty Summerford
Ending was not a surprise at all, but I still enjoyed the story line.Published 23 months ago by Carolyn Waye
Albeit a bit predictable, but never the less had to find out how it ended! A light easy red that tempts the lines of belief, while playing with the heart strings.Published on July 22, 2014 by Miss K
I was not really into this book - read it and finished it but found it slow going
and generally I would not have finished a book that I find slow going but did
this one -
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Once I started, it was difficult to put down. Ms Murdock weaves her two tales into a seamless tapestry of rich and vibrant colours. Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by Morgan's Bard
what a great Book..I read over 1000 romance books over time..mostly Historical and Paranormal romance..So sometimes it is hard for me to find a good book to read.... Read morePublished on October 16, 2013 by icebear s
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