Rory "Don't call me lion" Fine is a peculiar fellow. He's got a gift that actually eases worry and takes away pain. All he has to do is touch you. But, when he comes across a lovely woman, with the best disposition, the touch they share brings on a darkness so threatening, the two of them alone can't figure out what to do.
The Troubles Keeper, by Susan May is an exciting story of fate, magic, a little love, and maybe eve a bit of alien intervention. It tells of a bus driver who has an ability to take another's trouble away. It's not a solution to their life's problems; it's just his way of helping them feel better, to see things clearly and with a positive spin to things. But his activity sets a series of activities in motion that are unavoidable and difficult for more than himself.
The story is very well written and is probably my favorite book by May to date. I think it's because Rory was just an ordinary guy. He wasn't overly handsome, nor rich, allowing him to be seen, in my mind as a regular Joe Blow. And he was sweet- something you don't find a lot of. His interactions, at first had be a bit worried the book would be slow, but it turned out to be necessary. Getting to know Rory, the way I did, allowed me to connect to him. Then through his words, focus on his true love and how to stop a killer. It's an amazing story and I even appreciated the narrator, Steve Marvel. He was perfect for the story.
The Troubles Keeper is available everywhere, even Audible. Grab yourself a copy while I move on to the next read!
The Troubles Keeper, A Supernatural Thriller
CreateSpace Publishing Platform
February 3, 2017
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