Rating: 3 stars
Shelf: Now Reading
While some of her New York details seemed a little off (I’ve never seen anyone hand out yellow tickets for the cab line outside Penn Station), it was Kristen Miller’s detail of Snope City and distinctly southern tone that really drew me in.
Haven Moore suffers from fainting spells that give her visions of her past life as Constance and her true love, Ethan. Haven’s grandmother, along with the rest of the folks in the small town, believe that these visions come from the devil and all are determined to keep her in Snope City to drive the Devil out. With the help of her gay best friend Beau and the eccentric Leah, Haven escapes to New York City to pursue her destiny. Which is all romance and butterflies (you know, except that her reincarnated lover is a murder suspect) until Haven actually meets the devil himself.
I have to say, I super enjoyed this one. A little mystery, a little action, a little undying, everlasting love, a lot of ancient rivalries and misunderstandings. Pretty awesome. Doesn’t hurt if you read it aloud in a southern accent. Not saying I did that, or anything…