Monday, April 25, 2011

Book Review - Across Eternity by Aris Whittier

I recently had the opportunity to review the book, Across Eternity by Aris Whittier.

When Logan Richards was just a small boy, a girl suddenly appeared to him. Not an imaginery friend, but, a kindred soul who was always at his side. No one else could see this girl, or even knew that she existed. But, for Logan, she was his best friend and constant companion. He knew, even at his young age, that she was his soulmate. Years later, during adolescence, things changed. The girl told Logan that she was going away. It was time for her to be born into the real world. And, once she became part of the real world, she would no longer remember Logan and their special times together. It would be up to him to find her, somewhere out there in the world, and help her remember.

Now, Logan Richards is a highly successful businessman. He has money and power but is still missing something. That girl who meant so much to him as a child, that he spent years dreaming of after she was gone...he simply knows he has to find her to be complete. And, find her he does - a waitress named Amber who works in one of his restaurants. Amber feels an instant connection to Logan, but she doesn't quite understand it. Will he be able to make her remember their special bond and fulfill their destiny? And, will an unforeseen twist tear them apart or make their relationship even more meaningful?

This is a love story that transcends time. It's a quick, romantic read. There are certain things about the story that do not unfold right away, and when they do, it's pretty heart-wrenching (you may want to have some tissues nearby). I like the mystical and spiritual aspects of Logan and Amber's relationship. It's a little different from the typical romance novels and the story twist that eventually unfolds was very unexpected.

You can find Across Eternity for Kindle on Also, for more information on author Aris Whittier, please visit her website.

Author Aris Whittier provided me with a free Kindle version of this book for review. No compensation was received and I was not obligated to post this review. All opinions are my own.


The Redhead Riter said...

It does sound like a lovely book and I romance is right up my alley. I even like the beautiful cover.