Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Through the Rabbit Hole by Lisa Kumar

Social worker Natalie Danvers never thought she would fall head first into her very own dimensional tear — straight into a fey lord’s lap. The handsome but infuriatingly vague Lorh insists she’s stuck in his land for three weeks and that only she can discover the reasons behind her appearance in TirAnn. Natalie’s convinced this is all nonsense until forgotten memories of Lorh and his siblings resurface and collide with reason. Just who and what is she to Lorh and his family?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
Natalie Danvers is a social worker and one night, while going home from work, she sees neon purple lightning and later wakes up in a strange world named TirAnn. She slowly realize that nothing is as it should be. She has memories of this place, about Lorh and his brothers. But could Lorh be her husband and his brothers their children?

Lorh has waited forty years to have his beloved wife back and is determined to do whatever it takes to persuade her to stay with him and their children. Will their love be strong enough to make her stay or after three weeks will she decide to go back to Earth?

A great story, I loved the characters, the storyline, and Ms. Lisa Kumar’s style. While many writers make the error of sharing too much information from the first or almost first moment, she allows the story to evolve gradually, involving us in the book.

This is a wonderfully written story, I recommend it if you are in the mood for a light fantasy book. I give it 4.5 stars.

Publisher: Astraea Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


Brenda said...

Fantastic, Lisa!

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