Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Deja Vu - D.J Starling Review

Book: Deja Vu
Author: D.J Starling
Genre: Contemporary
Release Date: March 9th, 2013

Book Synopsis: 
Focused on demanding careers that leave little time to cultivate meaningful relationships, Deanna Lewis and Josh Haber each sense a powerful connection at their first meeting.  At the same time, Deanna is haunted by a recurring and increasingly intense nightmare that threatens her well-being.  When she finally accepts the help of her best friend, Faith—who believes she could supply an antidote for the horrifying dreams—an incredible scenario unfolds.  Yet, when faced with the stunning past Faith uncovers, Josh refuses to accept the truth until a vintage keepsake clears the path to everlasting love.

Book Review: 
This was a novel I had some serious trouble putting down. The story line was very much unlike any books I have read before. I laugh, cried, became frustrated, lets just say that I experienced a rainbow spectrum of emotions reading this book.
The characters were very lovable, with deeper pasts than you would think. The spark of reconnected love is enough to make your heart flutter, and your heart will break when unconventional love becomes denied.
One of the things I really loved about this book was the past they uncovered. I thought maybe they met when they were young children and were little kid sweethearts, but I was pleasantly surprised. I won't give it away, but you're heart will break as mine did as you read on and turn the page uncovering more than you ever could have thought possible.
Though it seemed far fetched, the author does an amazing job making it believable. All in all Starling has spun a well written piece of work featuring love, loss, pain, sorrow, happiness, and has proved that love can transcend through all, even time.

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All In All: 
This book was definitely a breath of fresh air from other books I have read, you know the ones with the similar plot lines that makes you feel bored because you can already guess what is gonna happen. With such a refreshing plot, lovable characters and plot twists that leave you breathless you will fall in love with Deja Vu as much as I did. 

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