Friday, March 1, 2013

Review: Proximity by M.A. George

Proximity by M.A. George

Dr. Palta Capal would be a typical American career woman…if only she were human.

She has found her calling in this world as a physician. It’s an ideal outlet for her compassionate spirit...and unearthly healing powers.

Palta may spend her nights rereading Jane Austen novels, but she deliberately avoids pursuing her own love story. Human men—attractive as they may be—inevitably grow old and wither, leaving her to grieve in solitude. Frankly, no one has seemed worth the torment.

Enter Eric Moran, the intensely attractive and enigmatic new coworker on the scene. With his quiet confidence and warm smile, he manages to draw Palta’s attention. Little does she know that he, too, holds a secret…one that will propel them both into an escalating collision of two worlds.

My Thoughts:
I really enjoyed this. The book opens with Palta telling us about her crush and we get her backstory. It's a little slow to start, but the story is interesting and I think Palta is a great character. As we get into the story a bit it picks up and we get lots of action and some interesting twists. The love story did feel a bit rushed, but there were other things going on as well that could account for it. I was disappointed when the book ended because I wanted to find out more. I am very interested to see where things go in the next book, Relativity, which is out now.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !

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Where to get it:
Barnes & Noble

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