Eternal Rapture

Book One in the Ancient Awakening series

Selene Farrell arrived at Anthony Mager's remote castle to appraise his beautiful and ancient collection of emeralds, which were from Cleopatra's collection. While she browsed through the pieces, she couldn't believe the collection that he had acquired throughout the years. She wondered how he obtained some of the finer and most rare pieces that she was appraising for him.

While she was there, strange things started happening to her. She thought it might have been from the travelling she had done to get to the castle, but she felt that couldn't be the real reason why she started seeing different images flash in her head from years ago. If that wasn't bad enough, every time she stood close to Anthony she was drawn to him in ways that she couldn't explain.

Who was Anthony Mager? Did Selene and Anthony ever meet somewhere else before her visit to the castle? Why was she experiencing strange images in her head? Why was Anthony having such an effect on Selene? Were the emeralds really from Cleopatra's collection?

I was thoroughly intrigued and entertained with this story. Ms. Waters penned a wonderful story filled with love, desire and some ancient history too. I loved the storyline and the characters were extremely believable. I felt as if I was in the story with both Selene and Anthony. This is definitely not a story to pass up!

Book Blurb for Eternal Rapture

Book One in the Ancient Awakening series

Long ago on the shore of the Sea of the Arabah five brothers were born…all immortal. To defend their destiny they must protect their eternal love.

Selene Farrell wasn't herself…or was she? Since arriving at Anthony Mager's remote castle to appraise ancient emeralds, she's been thrown back and forth in an erotic history lesson. In each memory, the man of the castle kissed, inflamed…bloody well fucked the life out of her. Her drenched panties couldn't take another orgasm — real or imagined.

However, she's also remembered her death. How is that possible? And will discovering the truth once again put her life in danger?

Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2008 4.00