Dain has lived a total of ninety-nine different lifetimes and in every single one he has loved the same girl. But now Tara is gone and in her place there stands Bonnie, the complete opposite of Tara. Is Dain's shot at love over or has he lived all these lives because he has been loving the wrong girl?
“Dain, we are here. We are walking the rest of the way.”
I sat up as Bonnie reached back from the front seat to shake me again. Still half asleep, I grabbed her hand, and she allowed me to pull her through the opening. I tugged her onto my lap in the cramped back seat and closed my arms around her. It was nice to have her back where she belonged. Whether she was Bonnie or Tara, she felt familiar.
She didn’t melt into me like she usually would have, and I tried to ignore the hurt that wreaked havoc on my heart.
“Where are Marco and Akila?” My groggy voice was thick with gravel.
“They are looking around for a place to hide the car.”
I snuggled against her neck, inhaling deeply. Her skin was warm, fragrant silk against my nose. I nuzzled deeper. “You don’t like me much do you, Bonnie?” She lifted her chin, allowing me to trail my lips along her jaw. Her breath caught as I flicked my tongue against the dip beneath her earlobe.
“You are a stranger to me, Dain, so how can I dislike you? But you aren’t the man I love. I love Dylan.”
I kissed her chin, and now her breath sped up in response. I felt her pulse racing beneath my finger tips on her wrist.
“Bonnie, if you knew what I know about Dylan, you’d hate him as much as I do.”
“I could never hate Dylan.” She turned to face me, our lips a breath away from one another. Her eyes blazed with a fire deep from within her that I had never seen in Tara, and I was almost consumed by the heat.Kj's Review:
I love this book, could not put it down for anything, had to read it all in one sitting. The whole concept of being reborn intrigued me, this book made it possible in my mind. The characters became very real to me as I read this story.
When Tara was so sure Dylan was Dain and he said no, it nearly broke my heart. Missy, well she’s a piece of work, but Dylan does have a lot of history with her. Then there is Bonnie, who knows Dylan not Dain. I won’t give away any more of the story as it needs to be read to be appreciated.
Casse Narome has hit a home run in my book, I hope there are more books coming along this line as I need more!! I would like to thank Casse Narome for allowing me to read and review her book. I am definitely a fan!!
Casse Narome is the alter-ego of a self-proclaimed awesome weirdo who spent her childhood reading and daydreaming. As an adult that is also how she spends her time only now she writes her daydreams down for everyone to read. Casse is never serious, has been accused of wishing her life was a sitcom, laugh track and all, has a bad habit of talking out loud to herself and she is fine with being a little insane. She spends way too much time online, too much money buying books and laughing at her own jokes. You will find her on Twitter being very random and spewing her opinions. When you see her online, tell her to get back to her writing! Or just engage her in a hilarious random conversation. She blogs book reviews and the adventures of being a writer at www.CatholicKittie.blogspot.com & www.CasseNarome.blogspot.com She is an avid tweeter www.twitter.com/catholickittie She is also on Facebook www.facebook.com/CasseNarome