Monday, November 4, 2013
Review of "The Virgin Charmer (The Triple Goddess Trilogy, #1)" by Rachel A. Olson 11/04
Hope Richards has only ever known the life of a big city girl. When her boss gives her an ultimatum, she decided to try out the country life during her forced vacation. After falling in love with a mysterious old mansion on the edge of a town that time forgot, Hope finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of someone else's crazy love obsession, and realizes in the middle of it all how lacking her own life is in that department. Hope is faced with a decision: return to the mundane life she thought was her passion, or find a way to experience something far stronger that she secretly yearns for
MY REVIEW:I was given an ecopy of this book by Lady Amber's Tours in conjunction of Blog Tour for an honest review.
Hope buys a mansion in the country that seems to pull at her, after her boss forces an unwanted leave of absence. Putting aside her fear of large houses, she is thrilled to turn this house into a vacation home.
As she is settling into her home, she starts coming across some love letters in odd places. For some unknown reasons, she is drawn to Isaac and feels an emotion that is hard to explain. Obsession borders close.
There is a mystery surrounding the house and the letters, and Hope is determined to find out what and why.
The book had a solid foundation but there were some points in certain chapters that were a bit confusing. Hopefully, in the second installment, these will be ironed out and the mystery will start unraveling and becoming clearer.
Overall, it was a pleasant read and my curiosity in the mansion's & Isaac's letters will be explained further.