"tense heated reincarnation romantic suspense"
In 1880 New York, Joseph knew the moment he had waited for
while grieving over the past month had arrived. Charlie is
crossing the Hudson to Manhattan where Joseph plans to kill
him for murdering his beloved Rachel one month ago. Then he
will kill himself for he has lived the last thirty days
waiting for vengeance.
In present day Chicago at her sister April's wedding to
Donell, reporter Tyne Jensen sees the hunk with emerald
dyes who looks familiar though she swears she would never
forget such a handsome man. Across the crowded room David
Carvelli feels someone beautiful looking at him as if she
knows him; he believes he would never forget someone as
beautiful as Tyne. Like in a dream they meet one another
with both wondering when they met before. David and Tyne
begin to see one another and fall in love. However, neither
realizes why déjà vu occurs whenever they look into one
another eyes or kiss. This fine couple obviously belongs
together, but someone wants her dead. If they fail to learn
the lessons of their personal history then history will
repeat itself as what happened to them in 1880 will happen
to them in 2006.
AGAIN is a tense heated reincarnation romantic suspense
that grips the audience with its opening scene in 1880,
holds readers' attention as the two lead Strangers in the
Night cannot resist one another, and keeps hold of the
audience until the final relational triangle is completed.
The story line is filled with torrid romance and danger as
Tyne and David fall in love, but unless they can understand
their history, kismet will repeat itself as they are doomed
to fail. Sharon Cullars provides a fabulously hot thriller.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted July 18, 2006
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 18, 2007