Sunday, November 14, 2010

Reflections of a Stranger by Vivian Vincent

Reflections of a Stranger by Vivian Vincent is a wonderfully fun read.  The story of Kenny and Annica is a lovely romantic story of true love crossing the barriers of time.  Slow in spots it was still a moving and well written story.  Annica was immediately innocent and sexy at the same time.  This was more the tale of two very normal people suddenly in very abnormal situations.  A nice refreshing love story.  *** out of 5 stars only because of the drag in places and the forced, sometimes uncomfortable situations that just didn't flow as smoothly as the rest of the story.  Well worth the time to read.

 
Kenny Rosnoski finds himself having dreams of a beautiful young woman. He feels a connection to her and can't explain it because he's sure they've never met.

When he inherits an old house from his grandmother after her death, he decides to renovate it and discovers an old mirror in a room he'd never been in. After he sees the same woman from his dreams in his room, he goes to investigate, only to discover the mirror is a portal to another time and the woman is most definitely real-and living 150 years in the past!

Annica Miller was treated more like a servant than a daughter by her own mother. She spends time in her room to try and escape her mother's harsh treatment. When she discovers the magic of the mirror in her room, she uses it as a way to hide away from her own life. Little does she know she'll meet the man of her dreams-a man who lives 150 years in the future!

Warnings: This title contains graphic language and explicit sex.

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