Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Review - Forsaken by Sara Reinke

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Jason Sullivan has everything he could have wanted in life -- his own business, the perfect girlfriend and the perfect opportunity to ask her to marry him. Then, in one violent, unexpected moment, he loses it all. Murdered in cold blood, wrongly condemned and enslaved to a sadistic demon, Jason must fight to reclaim not only the life and love he'd once known, but also his soul.

"Wait a minute―did you just say you were going to add shit to my menu?"
 The very first sentence in Forsaken.

With all the chaos in the country (and the world) as of late, I needed a good read to distract myself from everything, which brings me to Forsaken (book one in the Neverworlde series) by Sara Reinke, a paranormal romance that I had the privilege of reading over the course of the last two days.

The plot reminds me of the Gothic horror flick The Crow (as well as the graphic novels), where the main character is murdered and brought back to life supernaturally. In this tale, the protagonist, Jason, returns to living five years after his death to attempt to reclaim his old life, find his lost love, and battle a few demons that are hot on his trail.

Overall, Forsaken is a well-written supernatural story with a little bit of romance and horror tossed into the mix.

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"Definitely an author to watch." That's how Romantic Times Book Reviews magazine describes Sara Reinke. New York Times best-selling author Karen Robards calls Reinke "a new paranormal star" and Love Romances and More hails her as "a fresh new voice to a genre that has grown stale."

​ When she's not writing, Sara is probably dreaming up her next fictional adventure, driving one or both of her kids to or from school, trying to keep her house from looking like a hurricane ripped through it, or working full-time as a registered nurse. During her free time, she's likely to be found with a margarita or glass of Moscato in hand, failing miserably to replicate a recipe she saw on an episode of The Pioneer Woman.

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