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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Sacred Spots by Selena Kitt

Sacred Spots by Selena Kitt
Publisher: eXcessica publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (27 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating 4.5 cherries
Reviewed by Ambrosia

On a bus trip to California to live with her sister, Lexi meets an intriguing man who is visiting "sacred spots" all across the U.S. The connection between them is undeniable, and when Lexi's painful past is revealed, William makes her an offer she finds hard to refuse. Together they embark on a journey that takes them to a place of connection, healing, and infinite mystery.

Miracles happen in Sacred Spots when two people seek refuge in each other’s arms on a mystical mound of earth. All you have to do is lay back and believe in the power of the possible to find this tale one that can lead you on your own journey to healing.

When a woman, faced with a lifetime of bitterness and hurt, meets a stranger on a bus and finds a connection with him, she learns that there is always more to the book than the cover. Scarred by her own hand in response to a lifetime of emotional pain from a loved one, she opens up to him, revealing secrets in her life she’d never told a soul.

William’s kind manner and compassionate nature draw her close. When, by a strange coincidence the bus breaks down, they have some unexpected time to share an experience that will lift all the scars she’s ever encountered from her heart. In a native sacred spot, they find a strange power that releases a beauty of spirit that might just make you tear up so bring some tissues.

This short tale is full of melancholy and healing. It’s like a shot of Buckley’s to the soul; startling and shocking, yet works like a charm. The universe is as endless as the beginning of time, if there was one. The characters show a true emotional bond that makes you think twice about possibilities becoming reality.

This story deserves 4.5 Cherries. I’d love to see more like it.

1 comment:

Erin O'Riordan said...

I want it! Kudos on another intriguing title, Selena!