"a paranormal love story that will touch your heart"
Physicist Bailey Valo is what most would term an unusual
and maybe slightly eccentric woman living on the outskirts
of town. Her life is now filled with personal anguish and
self doubt. Bailey lives daily with the pain and fear for
her twin sister that has vanished, maybe even dead. Bailey
feels guilt that somehow she is to blame for her sister's
disappearance. Lately, she is having recurring nightmares
that fill her with panic and dread. It is her heartfelt and
wrecking emotions that set into play a summoning of
another, one who will test her beliefs, make her see what
Lord Stefan Ashworth, after centuries of a cursed life,
feels the emotional pull from Bailey. In doing so, she
breaks the curse, setting him free to come to her. Stefan
is not sure why Bailey is summoning him, but can do no less
than go to her and help. In helping her, he can move on.
Nothing is ever what it seems, and in the telling of this
paranormal tale, it will take the power of these two
destine lovers to uncover the mysteries of Bailey's
sister's disappearance, along with their strength for what
will lie ahead for them.
The attraction between Bailey and Stefan is passionate and
intense. It crackles with electricity throughout the book.
What may seem to be Stefan and Bailey's saving grace
backfires. Together and, with the help of characters from
the first book in the series, Cast In Stone, they
will have to battle the evil that threatens not only
Stefan, but Bailey as well.
The Stone's Release is book two of the Quinguard
Immortals by author Kerry A. Jones. In this second book in
this Quinguard series, Ms. Jones has raised the bar,
showcasing more of her extraordinary writing talents,
giving the readers a love story we all wish and dream of. A
story we all can relate to in some way. You will feel an
immediate connection with the characters, a connection that
will last long after the story has ended and you have
closed the book.
The Stone's Release is a paranormal love story that
will touch your heart and make you believe in the miracles
of love. This tale truly is a do-not-miss read and one this
reviewer highly recommends.
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted December 18, 2008