Monday, October 1, 2012

Review: In This Life by Terri Herman-Ponce

In This Life by Terri Herman-Ponce

Psychologist Lottie Morgan knows something is wrong when she starts reliving memories of a lover she’s never had. At first, she attributes them to fever-induced dreams. But when the fever disappears and the visions don’t, Lottie thinks she may need therapy of her own.

Then she meets Galen. Their first encounter is as intense as it is eye-opening, and Lottie is unprepared for the fire Galen arouses in her. His revelation that they shared a passionate relationship thousands of years ago explains the memories and entices Lottie into wanting to learn more about her past. Her decision, however, comes at a price. Galen may hold the answers but he could destroy the devoted, lifelong relationship Lottie has with her current lover, David.

As parallels between both of her lives emerge and the memories escalate, Lottie becomes caught between two lifetimes, two men and long-buried deceptions that present an opportunity to right previous wrongs. Unless Lottie repeats her past mistakes.

My Thoughts:
This is an emotional story about relationships, choices, and second chances. Lottie's past-life memories start to intertwine with events and decisions in her current life.  I was riveted and had trouble putting the book down. There is some mystery and suspense as well as the love story. It was a satisfying, emotional read.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!

Publication: October 8, 2012
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Terri Herman-Ponce

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the wonderful review! So happy I could entertain and that you found In This Life tough to put down.


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