SYNOPSIS (Goodreads)

* What is to high a price to pay for love?
* How far would you be willing to go?
* Would you be willing to sacrifice your eternity?
* Every choice has consequences - good and bad...

Jen takes refuge in a rundown mansion when her life falls apart. To escape reality she finds herself choosing between the world of the living and the dead. She begins having vivid experiences with a beautiful male entity who longs to be her soulmate.

Her childhood friend, 19 year old Ivy, has come from a rough past and has always been different. She learns she has the ability to communicate with the dead and as time passes other supernatural gifts emerge. Ivy will stand against the evil that would separate a love that transcends time and her true destiny emerges. Jen & Ivy are drawn into the compelling world of the dark side and propelled on the most important journeys of their lives.

“Let’s go Jen. It won’t do him any good if we are all caught”. With one final glance behind her, Jen urged her horse forward, and toward the safety of the mountains. Her heart was heavy and she immediately thought of the other realm. Her hope was that they were aware of what had happened and would
help. Chaos was already breaking out; and the world was in danger of slipping back to a time of great darkness, reminiscent of the Middle Ages.




I heard about this book through one of my groups at Goodreads. I read the synopsis and it seemed interesting enough for me to want to give it a go. I contacted the author and received a copy free for review.

To my surprise, this book was more than just your basic, run-of-the-mill paranormal romance. The emphasis is on good VS. evil, forgiveness, and knowing that the path you chose to take isn't always the path you have to remain on.

The only thing that bothered me (and this has nothing to do with the story itself) was the Kindle formatting of this story was a bit off.

I found Dark Passage entertaining and would recommend it to other readers.

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April 18, 2012 at 2:33 PM

Thanks for the review! I have this waiting to be read, and I appreciate the note about the Kindle formatting being slightly off as well.

April 20, 2012 at 6:11 AM

You are very welcome :) I hope you enjoy the book.

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