Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Next Stop: Nina by Robin Raven

Next Stop: Nina
by Robin Raven

My rating: 4 stars

Publication Date: July 18, 2015
Publisher: Batham Press
ISBN-13: 9780692406298
Genre: Time Travel | Romance
Print Length: 243 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
Nina is pushed to the edge, then falls over that edge into a whole new world.

There's something different about Nina; she never felt comfortable in this world. As she struggles to cope with the pain of her present and past, the young girl's life is changed through the beauty of art.

When Nina grows up and winds up in over her head in a dark place, she finds herself somehow transported to another time when nothing is quite what it seems. She must fight the horrors of her past all over again. Along the way, she faces greater challenges than she imagined and enjoys sweet surprises when she discovers true love.

This is a character-driven novel with a heroine who faces suicidal depression on her own terms, and that's just the beginning. At its heart, Next Stop: Nina is a love story that takes on the types of love that change us and allow us to discover the truth in ourselves.

Next Stop: Nina by Robin Raven

Next Stop: NinaDepression, a dark and lonely place to be. Debut author Robin Raven’s Next Stop: Nina enters this world with a unique take that promises to be a sign of a great future for this author! (Yep, no pressure!) Written in a bold style, often jagged and choppy feeling, a severely depressed woman revisits her life, filled with her take on each “re-visitation” a kind of what if a butterfly flapped its wing kind of thing. Has Nina really gone back to see her painful past? Is this the first step in her quest to live instead of dying? Is it possible to change the past in order to have a happy present and future or is it all a matter of how one treats the events that led up to the present?

Follow Nina in her various “reincarnations” as she reconnects with the man she loves and experiences the pain of never having him, of having an even more light-hearted relationship and feel how deep their love is. Are they soul mates, destined to always find each other? Has Nina been given a gift to correct her life and learn to appreciate the one she has?

Completely character driven, Lenz and Nina have shared a love that encompassed art as well as each other. Will any change affect their present and future? Magical and filled with emotion, Robin Raven jumped in with both feet, showing her creative chops right out of the gate! Mesmerizing reading, often as sad and disjointed as Nina’s mental state, will she learn what is to be treasured in life?

I received this copy from the author in exchange for my honest review.

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