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Forever Flames: A Twin Flames Novella Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 290 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Black Opal Books (August 14, 2014)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00MQH7C5Q
- Publication Date : August 14, 2014
- Print Length : 122 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,962,421 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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That's the kind of challenge Marc and Natalia face. The love they reclaimed in Ms. Christiana's debut novel "Twin Flames" is growing and maturing as they welcome the birth of their daughter Gigi. In addition to the sleep deprivation and stress that comes from having a newborn, Marc and Natalia must resolve an issue that began over two hundred years ago.
"Forever Flames" is a tightly constructed novella, where past and present are seamlessly intermingled. Marc and Natalia have depth, and the love they share is one for the ages. I can easily recommend this book to anyone who likes reading stories of reincarnation and past lives, and I can just as easily recommend it to anyone who likes a well-told romance.
Marc and Nat take us with them on a heart wrenching adventure. Ms. Christiana’s ability to interweave their present life with an amazing past life regression once again impressed me. The novella is a quick read that had me laughing, gasping and saddened, and when you grasp what the key on the cover means, you'll be horrified. Yet it always had me turning to the page to see what would happen next.
If you haven’t read Twin Flames that’s okay, you’ll be able to keep up with Forever Flames. It’s so good that it will make you want to grab a copy of the first book.
Giovanna, the slightly pushy spirit that lived on Nat’s Vineyard with her is now gone, or is she? The two cannot help but feel and see that she is now the daughter that they hold in their arms. Even with her joy over the child Nat cannot shake the feeling that the reason her spirit friend pushed so hard for the two to be together was so that she could be born again to the two of them… for another lifetime as their daughter. But the question still remains as to why she would want such a thing. A voice in the back of Nat’s mind tells her that the reason may not be a good one, but there is only one way to find out. The two choose once again to partake in a past life regression to find the truth. What they find is not wonderful in any way and puts a strain on the two new parents that threatens their future together.
Again Mrs. Christiana entwines the story of those around them into her tale of the two twin flame soul mates the book is really about. Nat has formed a surprising bond with Simone, Marks ex-wife. You will end this book wondering why as much as the two women do.
I was given an e-copy in exchange for my honest review.
If you have not read Twin Flames, I suggest you do. Forever Flames picks up where Twin Flames left off. It will give you a better understanding between the main characters and how their journey has lead up to this point.
After finishing Twin Flames, I had to see what happened next. In this installment, we follow the continued journey of Nat and Marc. This time, the main subject revolves around their precious new baby. They have a feeling that they have been a family before and that their baby, GiGi, maybe the reincarnation of the ghost that they were so close to. They also have a deep feeling that something bad had happened in the past life that involved GiGi. With hesitation, they agree to do another past life regression to get the answers they need.
After the recession, they agree that they have the answers they are looking for, but it may have been more than what they bargained for. Sometimes the past is best to keep in the past. The regression was so they could maybe change a future outcome, but it may have opened more doors and questions than they were not ready to accept.
The main focus in this installment is on Nat, Marc, and the baby. There are a few returning characters from the last installment, but not many. This novella answers a few questions that were left lingering at the end of Twin Flames, but there are still a few questions left unanswered. I look forward on the next installment and see where the journey goes from here.