Review: Promises in the Dark by Racena McConnell
What began as a casual dinner with friends quickly blossoms into a beautiful friendship for Rachel Adams and Derek Williamson. In time, it will develop into something much greater than either could have ever imagined. The pair have each had their share of tragedy and heartbreak that time has yet to heal. As their friendship evolves into something much more, Rachel begins to open up to the man she has fallen in love with about secrets that have consumed her life for so long. Just when life seems to be opening up possibilities for the two of them, inexplicable and unsettling things start to happen. When these mysterious occurrences begin to invade their happiness, they are faced with the reality that they must find the truth about what haunts them. Will they survive as they uncover some of these long-kept secrets? Will these mystical forces that linked the lovers together so long ago be the same to destroy them in the end?
5-Stars ReviewI have read a lot of books, I've read books I loved, books I cried over, books that have awed me, books I adored, books I hated, those I couldn't even stand to finish reading, in short I have had a lot of different reading experiences and I cherish them all. This book, though, was an entirely unique experience for me. I loved the writing style, the story was good two, characters were just amazing, but what made it unique was the way it flowed, so smoothly and naturally, it was simply beautiful. It was so real for me that I felt everything the characters were going through. It was almost surreal. I very much enjoyed reading it and I will be reading more from this author. I love it when I find someone new, a hidden-jem of an author. ;)
Rachel is an author, she has been divorced for a couple of years now but her ex-husband left scars that have not healed yet. Derek has his own scars, he is a widower who is not yet over his wife. They both are fighting their pasts in their own ways. What started as a friendship between the two soon turns into something much more. As unlikely as it seems but sometimes two broken souls make a perfect whole. It's their journey, it's a story which will keep you captivated from the beginning until the very end. Now I can't wait to read book 2.