This is a tender story about how the power of love can heal. Heaven finds the true meaning of love when she stays with her grandparents in Sweden and meets Sergei. The author does a good job of countering the tragic events of Heaven’s past with that of the love she finds. This is a wonderful quick read and one I will defiantly read over and over again.
I enjoyed this continuation of the Phantom story. Like Cristie, I too grew up loving the music (who doesn’t?) and I like the story for that reason. While the idea of the Phantom being a vampire is not new, I enjoyed how the author was able to orchestrate the power of the original story into this continuation. It is a great quick read, one that I have read many times.
This is an endearing of how it is never too late in one’s life to find love. Considering the environment in which the author establishes the characters, the love story ends as the two lovers find each other. It is a quick read I will read again, but perhaps not as often as others because of the context in which Meira and Eowulf finally find each other.
I really liked this sweet/sensual short story. It was well written and the character development was good. There was enough passion to keep the story moving along, interesting, and realistic; you understand they characters love and want each other. Will all of this romantic tension developing, the Author still does a wonderful job keeping it clean.