Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Eternally Bound by K.A. Young Review ~Kami

Title: Eternally Bound
Author: K.A. Young
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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 “You are my heart, my soul, my life,”

Caroline is twenty-four and married to a man fifteen years her senior. She married him for the security that he gives her but she feels like she is missing someone else. Caroline has reoccurring dreams about searching for the man she's lost, her heart. I liked the tone of this story. The writing is really good. I like the idea of soul mates but I think it is also possible that you may never meet your soul mate. The person may live on the other side of the world or they may have died young or in an accident. I like the idea of past lives too. I find it a very intriguing subject. Caroline and Thaddeus' story is very romantic and sad.This story reminded me of the line from the movie 47 Ronin: “I will search for you through a thousand worlds and ten thousand lifetimes!” “And I will wait for you in all of them.” It also reminded me a bit of Outlander. I was enjoying this story a lot. 4 stars.

Book Description- 
Their passionate encounter happened long ago binding Caroline and Thaddeus for all eternity. A century later, Caroline is living a new life yet the memory has never lessened its hold on her—tormenting her with mere glimpses as her body continually cries out for him in her dreams. 

On the brink of madness, torn between the past and the present, Caroline is the only one that can decide her fate. When she returns to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains the lines between time and space come full circle. Will she find the courage to face the passion and pain that awaits her? Or will she run from her past, dooming them for all eternity?

Author Bio – 
K.A. Young is a award nominated paranormal, fantasy & contemporary romance author that lives with her family in the South. She began writing because her mind was swimming with incredible stories that were begging to be told. Her love for reading began as a small child when she realized that a good book was an instant escape to a mystical land that could be reached anytime and from anyplace.

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