Monday, July 7, 2014

Windwalker by Natasha Mostert

by Natasha Mostert

My rating: 4 stars

Publication Date: December 15, 2013
Publisher: Portable Magic Ltd
ISBN: 9781909965058
Genre: Adult Mystery|Thriller
Print Length: 342 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

From the award-winning author of Season of the Witch, comes a highly original story of murder, redemption, eternal love and destiny. WINDWALKER will keep you on the edge of your seat. And break your heart.

When photographer, Justine Callaway, walks into the deserted English mansion, Paradine Park, she doesn’t suspect that she is opening the door to the greatest mystery–and magic–of her life.

Justine becomes obsessed by the family who used to live in the house, especially the oldest son, Adam Buchanan. But why is she so drawn to a man who had killed his brother nine years before? And why, as she photographs the house, does she discover ghostly images she knows she did not record?

Even more unsettling, she senses someone is stalking her, watching her...

WindwalkerMy Review
Windwalker by Natasha Mostert
My Rating:  4 Stars

Are you ready to FEEL the dark and raw emotional power of a book? Windwalker By Natasha Mostert is a dark romance filled with intrigue and mystery as two people pass through each day shrouded in the dark shadows of their past. Half a world apart, a murderer and a suicidal danger magnet feel the essence of each other, but only one understands what this means. Soulmates, passing through time and reincarnation never quite connecting, until now, but will fate allow them to finally be together and feel whole? Is there another hiding in the dark recesses and corners who is watching, planning and waiting to make their move?

Natasha Mostert does more than paint a scene, she creates an atmosphere of darkness, desolation and need that is raw and heartbreaking. Her style is richly elegant and smooth as dark silk as the story slowly unfolds toward the ending that allows the reader to continue in the moment and beyond. Not a quick and easy read, there are moments to ponder, worlds to picture and the gravity of the plot to contemplate. First ask yourself, do you believe in reincarnation and soulmates? Read this and ask yourself again.

I received a review copy from Portable Magic Ltd. in exchange for my honest review.

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