Book Review: Choice by Jean Booth

Choice

Book Blurb from Goodreads:

It was chance, guided by the hands of a god, that brought them together.

Natasha didn’t believe the fairy tales she read to her niece. Having given up on love, she only read them to instill a sense of hope. But when Natasha goes scuba diving in the Bermuda Triangle, suddenly the life she’s always known is changed forever.

Thrust into a culture of people she’s only read about in books, she meets Raif, a shape-shifting Warrior Chief of Atlantis—and her soul mate. Their attraction is instant, powerful, and something she’s never experienced before.

Now Natasha must decide what she truly wants. Can she follow her heart and accept Raif without losing herself in the process? Or will she run away and doom a hidden culture to eternal isolation?


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Book Review:

I received an ARC as part of the LibraryThing's Early Reviewers program. Thank you to the author and BHC Press for this ARC. This is my honest opinion.

Natasha is your average 30 year old woman. She has a good job as a scientist, and she lives with her sister and niece. Tasha has been in love once. But when the fiance, Kieth, broke off the engagement, she swore off men and marriage forever due to a broken heart.

For her 30th birthday, she decides to take herself on a singles cruise to Bermuda. She runs into a colorful cast of characters such as, her ex, Kieth, mysterious club owner, Stephan, and the adorable Maurice.
Tasha loves to go scuba diving, and she doesn't miss a chance to go diving in the Bermuda. It doesn't all go according to plan, though. She is swimming with Kieth when a group of sharks approach her. She panics and cuts her tether cord. Then, she is swept away by the current to begin the adventure of her life at the Lost City of Alantis. She faces danger, finds true love, and has the chance to change the world.

Jean Booth writes a captivating tale. I was sucked into the story from the very beginning. The story flows well and is easy to follow. I enjoyed the variety of characters. They made me laugh out loud in several spots.

What I really like is he Lost City of Alantis. It is described as such a beautiful and vibrant place with exotic plants, rare jewels, and gorgeous people. The magic in Atlantis is unique and enthralling.


*Choice* is the first book of An Origins of the Supernaturals. I can't wait to read the next one!

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9 comments:

  1. I want to read this. Great review, and I do like the supernatural genre. Plus it has my name in it and I have only ever seen my name in a couple of books and both times I was the bitter evil one. This is going on my TBR

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  2. Great review, I'm not really into the supernatural genre, but this sounds interesting.

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  3. Sounds like a lot of action - great review, glad you liked it

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  4. Atlantis is a myth I will never tire of

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  5. Lovely review. Not heard of the book before. I hope the sequel is just as good for you.

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  6. Ahhh, this sounds like fluff and fun! :)

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  7. Nice review! Glad you liked the book - sounds enchanting!

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