My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I have really enjoyed reading The Calling. It had a new twist to it, which is always a breathe of fresh air, and it was very dramatic, romantic, and heartfelt to say a few things about it. It puts in to play the real life tragedy of breast cancer and how it can affect someone's life so much. Also, I especially enjoyed how the characters had to face so many odds and learn to deal/or not deal with them to decide how their relationship would turn out in the end. Even more, the suspense in the last chapters will keep you turning the pages, more than I already was, to see what expected/or unexpected ending would play out. I am being vague on some things, because I don't want to chance giving anything away to someone that hasn't had the pleasure of reading this yet. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to review The Calling and I can't wait to see more. --Crystal Brown a Pimpin' Reads Reviewer.
Mandy Hardy lost more than a breast to cancer; she lost her fiancé when he dumped her a week before her mastectomy. Her ego bruised and her self-esteem battered, Mandy’s sure she’ll never fall in love again.
Justin Seward is a headstrong Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer with a heart of gold and the supernatural ability to command the seas. He had to hide his feelings while Mandy was engaged to his best friend. Now that she’s free, he’s vowed to make her his.
Together, they may hold the key to each other’s salvation. But when Justin’s past catches up with him, and Mandy’s ex-fiancé wants vengeance, they realize they might not live long enough for happily ever after. The Calling is a 360 page paranormal romance to be released October 2011
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