*A Special Inclusion!
Alysha Kaye's first novel, The Waiting Room is the first, also the best romantic story I've read in 2015! This book had to have been written with the greatest of care, ding an interest into the belief of reincarnation and ever-lasting love.
Jude and Nina are husband and wife. They're in love and planning to have their first child when Jude is killed in an auto accident. Instead of reaching the Pearly Gates for fiery depths of Hell, he finds himself in a crowded, Waiting Room. Periodically names are called and people are lead through a door, but Jude refuses. He won't step through the door unless his beloved Nina is with him, and so begins the story.
This book is amazing! I decided to add it as an extra book review for this week, since I couldn't find the email when the author had originally sent it to me- big mistake! Out of obligation and my slip in organization, I bumped the book for an early review. I read it in about 12 hours, including bedtime and all. I couldn't stop reading it!
I enjoyed every life, every achievement and failure they endured- I wanted to share in it all! Even with some of their severely brief lives (Deb & Blair), Kaye managed to make me care for them with delicate development. I got to now them all and found myself eager to know when Jude and Nina got back together... or not. I won't give any spoilers, because that's not what I'm about, but you have to read this beautiful story. It'll incite hope, appreciation for life and a new way of looking at reincarnation!
Have a romantic day and find a romantic book to match! 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 Spec
*Persephone Rising is next.
**eBook and signed copy provided by author, Alysha Kaye.
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