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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (March 9, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 9, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IWIXOEG
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This was quite touching and sweet. I definitely liked Another Healing more than Depth of Return, for both the plot and the romance. The plot in Depth of Return wasn’t boring, but it did have some too peaceful and lagging parts, imo. Another Healing, on the other hand, feels tighter, tenser, and has a more intriguing and gripping storyline. (Again, this is just my opinion.)
The story world, as I mentioned in my Depth of Return review, was lovely. That idea of the witch-and-demon, almost fated mate style kind of bond, is fascinating. Though I do feel very bad for the witches and demons who have lost their demon or witch partner, through death or whatever other ways. And perhaps it’s because of this almost fated mate kind of phenomenon, that I didn’t find the virtually insta-love between Ambient and James off-putting. They were rather romantic to me, actually. I also love Ambient’s name—it refers to the word ambiance, of being present everywhere.
James and Ambient were both highly likable characters, and though I don’t agree with Ambient on some points, I thought he had a very cute and expressive personality. Very charming indeed. James was selfless, kind, and resourceful, also someone hard to not like. The two were reasonably well-developed characters, though I found James’s backstory of healing people and falling in love with them more interesting. I also wonder whether this “heal and fall in love” issue is related to James’s outstanding compassion and altruism, since not all demons with healing powers develop romantic feelings towards the person they helped.
Another thing that struck me about this book, was the powerful portrayal of evil. I really felt chilled and kind of scared when I read some of those passages; they were very suspenseful. But they didn’t feel like cheesy horror movie moments either; instead, these parts about evil phenomena rang true and real to me. I’m so glad Ambient and James got out of the villains’ clutches!
Overall, this was a sweet and moving read!
Interesting premise, good characters.