Saturday, May 22, 2010

IMPRINTS - Book Review

Sometimes what you can't see means everything.

A young woman is missing. In desperation, her parents turn to Autumn Rain for help. Autumn reads imprints - emotions mysteriously left behind on certain treasured objects. But will this ability enrich her life or destroy it?

Autumn isn't sure - her life has become far from normal - but for people whose loved ones are missing, her talent might mean the difference between life and death. Even the infuriating Detective Martin has asked for Autumn's help, though at times she feels more like a suspect than a consultant. Too often Autumn find herself retreating to her antiques shop and the company of her best friend, Jake Ryan, to avoid notice.

But soon more than one woman is missing, and Autumn teams up with private eye Ethan McConnell to investigate their disappearance. Ethan's attraction to her is a pleasant change from Jake's frustrating offers of friendship, but once Autumn takes that first step, she sets in motion a series of events that risk not only her own life but the lives of those she cares most about.

I am so happy to have been asked by my favorite author, Rachel Ann Nunes, to write a review on her newest novel "Imprints".  I am a huge fan of the mystery/suspense/paranormal genre and really looked forward to reading this book.  I was not dissappointed.  I . Loved . It!  The storyline was so captivating that I could not put it down.  I am a huge fan of Rachel's and own several of her books, but I think this one just became my all time favorite.  This book has the perfect blend of clean romance, mystery, and suspense that I am sure anyone would enjoy.  I'm so glad that Rachel took a chance on writing a book in this genre.  I can't wait to read her next one. 

I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good clean book that you won't be able to put down.  You can go to Amazon or Deseret Book to purchase this book.

Rachel Ann Nunes is the author of 30 published books, and is known for her clean and compelling romance fiction.  In addition to writing and raising children, Rachel is the founder and president of LDStorymakers, a group of published authors whose goal is to promote literacy and raise the quality of genre literature.  Rachel and her husband, TJ, have six children and live in Utah. 

Make sure you visit her blog and website for more information.


Garden of Egan said...

I looked at that the other day and wondered if it was good!
Thanks for the review!
Did you get snow today?
We sure did, it was crazy.
Someone needs to turn the Spring switch on!

Scott and Siobhan said...

This has nothing to do with this post but i just wanted to say thank you for introducing us to geocaching. i wanted to try it ever sence you posted it and we finally got a gps. The kids got a blast picking out tresure.