Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Space Between

The Space Between (The Book of Phoenix, #1) 
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When Life Falls to Pieces, Answers Lie in the Space Between
After a month-long dance tour through Italy, 20-year-old Leni Drago returns to Georgia to care for her great-uncle, only to find him gone, the home they shared empty and any evidence he ever existed wiped out. All that’s left is a journal she can’t open.
Jeric Winters has been searching for a piece of his past for over a year, only to reach a dead-end in Georgia. When an urgent and magnetic pull draws him out of his hotel room, he comes face-to-face with the beautiful dancer who’s been haunting his dreams day and night.
Jeric’s one to stay away from—a bad-boy, hit-it-and-quit-it type—but Leni can’t escape the fervent feelings between them. As their own existences begin to crumble around them and shadowy forms that are more monsters than men attack, they realize there’s more to the connection between them than physical fascination.
To solve the riddle their lives have become, they must embark on a journey that requires them to face their pasts and release their true souls. And they must do it fast—dark ones from another world are closing in, intent on killing them. Permanently.


****This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review**** 
Leni and Jeric met in Italy and had an instant connection, the two of them have to go their separate ways. They end up finding each other again in Georgia, they have these weird clues that they have to figure out. This was one of those books that's well written, has a good plot line and great characters but I just could not get into it. The plot line was interesting, the idea of reincarnation and soul mates was great. The characters were well developed, I liked Leni and her quite determination. Jeric was the bad boy player who needed a good woman. The glimpses into the past we got added a new dimension to the story and had me respecting the author even more. This book had everything going for it, I just couldn't get into it, I don't know why. Maybe it was just the mood I was in when I read it or something, but I felt like it dragged on for so long and I ended up getting bored.
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