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Thursday, May 12, 2016

Where Shadow's Dwell Tour and Review

"A Fathers Betrayal. A Lover's revenge. One woman, determined to save them both"

For Lily Frost, love is a double edged sword. She craves it, she needs it, but the asking price for love may be her life.
After her mother's apparent suicide, Lily receives a terrible warning: leave California or run the risk of death. Afraid for her life, she flees. Her only hope for safety lies with her father, a man who abandoned her when she was five. But while she searches for him, she discovers love and safety in the arms of James Prescott.
James is a man tormented by his mother's unsolved murder. More than anything he wants to see her killer lifeless, lying in a shallow grave. When Lily enters his life, he realizes that he hasn't been living. Lily shines for him, a light that finally pierces the darkness. For the first time in years, he feels hope. Their relationship blossoms and Lily discovers that she is worthy of love. However, she soon realizes that the safety she craves and the love she's found may be short lived.
The past James carries and the life Lily left behind collide, throwing the couple into the path of the murderer. Secrets long buried come to surface and threaten to destroy everything. Will they face their demons together or will they let the past tear them apart?

I read this book without fully understanding what it was about. I admit it was the cover the mostly intrigued me and I dove in. I was completely captivated from the very beginning! I could not put it down. It was so well written and the characters gave me something to root for. I don't even usually like books like this cause I've got an active imagination and have nightmares - but I adored this book and would easily read it again. It was gripping, thrilling, nerve wracking, sweet, and had it's own story. The only thing I didn't love was that I didn't understand why he didn't just take her directly to the hospital (I won't say more here as I don't want to spoil it). But even so the scene was a sweet one and I think I can appreciate what happened in the scene even though I had a hard time with his decision to not go straight to the emergency room. But even with my questioning the one scene - it did not stop me from thoroughly enjoying the rest of the book and loving every moment as the plot moved forward. Also, the book was clean! Even with death, mayhem, danger, and such, it was not overly gory or graphic. It let the story play out in your head so perfectly that you felt the thrill and fear of the characters, but did not get lost in anything gruesome. She kept the story exactly where it needed to be and I think this author did a fantastic job. I will read this again and I will absolutely recommend it (And I already have).


Julianne Kelsch is an author and freelance writer who picked up the pen after the birth of her second child. A mother of four, she believes words have a special kind of magic all their own. With a word you can open the heart or break the soul; you can breathe life into love or distinguish the final flame. For her, reading is a place to experience worlds unseen and lives never lived; writing is the place to create them. 

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