Saturday, October 5, 2013

Review: Deja Vu By D.J. Starling

Deja Vu
Caryn's Review

I really have to applaud this author; the concept that drives this book is regression therapy, something that I have never heard of previous to this read. And any book that makes me want to willingly do research to learn more, well as I said previously, round of applause. To be honest, I am having trouble writing this review, purely on the basis that I am afraid of revealing anything juicy. My main suggestion to the reader would be to pay attention to the details in this book. The book does a wonderful job of painting images into your mind’s eye, but only if you are keen on them. The book is written in a timeline sequence, so pay attention to the dates, which I definitely missed for the first couple of chapters. This book is also a bit of a tearjerker, so be ready with tissues too! Again, without trying too vague, this book is a beautiful love story, in a way that I have never encountered before, and that fact alone makes it well worth the read. Sorry for the vagueness, just read the book, trust me.

"They each sense a powerful connection at their first meeting, but no one could have ever imagined the incredible scenario about to unfold, forever altering the lives of all involved. . . ." "DEANNA"

A new business venture takes priority over romance, yet she longs to meet her Mr. Right. At the same time, she's being haunted by a recurring nightmare, relentless in its tormenting attacks until desperation leads her to a dark and dangerous world. "JOSH"

At the pinnacle of a demanding career, with everything he worked for finally coming together, he begins to yearn for the serious relationship his cherished grandmother, ANNA, insists he needs. Neither could have ever suspected that a vintage keepsake would clear the path to true love. "FAITH"

Deanna's closest friend, her greatest ally through the best and worst of times, she believes she could supply an antidote for the horrifying dreams that are threatening her friend's well-being. If only Deanna would let her. "RIVKA and DAVID"

Fortified by young love, emboldened by circumstances, they stand strong against a ruthless enemy in a grueling fight for their lives.

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