Nancy Review of Crossing All Boundaries

Crossing All Boundaries

By: Suzanne Nemec

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Blurb:

Tell me you can’t see me, Jennifer…

Jennifer’s eyes gazed up at the translucent man leaning against the wall; a man that she’d seen many times before. It was her eighteenth birthday, and when she leaned over to blow out the candles Jennifer focused her eyes on his roguish grin that made her crave his lips on hers.

For centuries, Josh had guarded the most gifted visionaries. But when his friend and High Priestess boss, Gisabella, had assigned him as Jennifer’s protector, he quickly realized that the girl was possibly the most “ungifted” person on earth.

Tonight something was different, though—when had Jennifer grown up? As a protector, Josh couldn’t allow himself to get close to anyone . . . but there was something about the way Jennifer was flipping her hair back with a hint of a smile on her untouched lips. Trust me, Jennifer, I’m not the kind of man you should be flirting with.

A moving story of former lovers, Demetri and Astraea, who fall in love once again, as Joshua and Jennifer; finding themselves in the throes of something illegal: interdimensional marriage. As forces continue to threaten Gisabella’s reign, Josh and Jennifer must decide whether true love can conquer all.

My take on this book:

I am notbusually a PNR reader but this book was recommended to me so I gave it a try.  It had me gripped from the start.  The supernatural stuff was explained simply enough that I could understand but written so well that it intrigued me.  I highly recommend this book and can not wait for the next one.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

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