"Reincarnation from 1998 back to 1875 was not the bargain she thought she made"
Terry Hill's 8th life ended in 1998 in an accident... and
that it had ended, she remembered that all her other lives
had ended the same way. After this, she was not interested
in trying life again. Apparently, the "rules of
incarnation" said she had 95 years to live; so she had to
go. But this time, she made a deal with the "Resettlement
Committee" --- she was NOT going through childhood again ---
she would have health, wealth, and because her last 8
lives ended when she fell in love --- no love!
She woke in the body of Nora Wilding . OK, she could live
with the name - her favorite novelist was named Nora, but
she had been tricked! She had expected to go on... not
to 1875! No cars... no restraunts... no toilet! Although
technically, they did not lie, she wondered what else
the "Resettlement Committee" forgot to tell her. She is
now the owner of a ranch with irritating Seth Murdoch as
her foreman and handsome Richard Bonner claiming to be her
fiancée. As much as she tries to resist, Nora finds
herself falling in love with Seth... the reincarnation of
past loves. Will the battles between the 2 men bring an
end to this life, too?
Deciding that they would now have to adapt to the new Nora,
the conflicts begin. There are many humorous scenes and
dialogs as things change in Nora and in those around her.
As the story unfolds, there is an element of suspense along
with the humor, which kept the story interesting. There
are brief flashes to her past lives, which help her
understand this life, and add to the plot. The epilog and
the Author's Note at the end "tweaked" my funny bone and
gave a grin with the HEA.
Even though Reincarnation is not my favorite Paranormal
theme, the time travel and the author's humor and wit bring
a strong entertainment value to this story. I would
recommend this as a good vacation/ beach read.
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 16, 2002