Monday, June 27, 2011

Seaborne Review

This is a great new book that was released from Kensington books just a few months ago. I enjoyed it and wanted to share my review here today

Seaborne is a memorable debut that I could not put down. It's a different, unique story that was engaging and fast paced. I was charmed and enchanted by Morgan, a sea creature who knows the rules, but his heart is on his sleeve, and he tends to think with it instead of his head.

The heroine, Claire, is a heroine with a tragic past. Because of an accident, she is permanately disabled and has come to Seaborne to heal emotionally and to be left alone. She begins having dreams, and dreams of Morgan. Her dreams are surreal and erotic. The line between real and what's in a dream blend, and puts Claire in a state of confusion. All the while it worries the people at Seaborne who have been taking care of Claire, and also worries her father.

This story is captivating and breathtaking. I did find some confusion in the beginning when Morgan only met Claire in her dreams, but that didn't take me away from the story too much, and it ended up getting better and better as time went on. Katherine Irons created such memorable characters in Claire, Morgan, and the people that surround them. Secrets are unveiled and truths are told. It all boils down to an important decision that Claire must make.

If you need a refreshing break from the same type of paranormals out there, look no further than Seaborne. If you pick up this book you won't want to stop reading until the final page has been turned.


Nikki said...

And the image totally didn't show up today. Grr!! Well, sorry about that everyone. though if you want to see more about it, you can find it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Borders, and even Kensington's website!

Nikki said...

Also not realizing that I never mentioned the authors name in the review...and the picture didn't show.

It's a paranormal romance written by Katherine Irons.