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  • Entrancing narrative

    Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite Love did not work out for Biomedical Engineer Natasha James, so she devotes her attention to her work and her sister and niece. Her life takes a sharp turn when she embarks on a trip to the Bermuda Triangle, where she goes for an ocean dive. She finds herself in a world she had never imagined existed: Atlantis. It is real, even the magic and probably the gods. Another real thing is the deep, inexplicable feelings she has for the Atlantean warrior who rescues her from drowning. His name is Raif, and they're prophesied to be together and save Atlantis from "the curse." Is she prepared to drop her guard and accept a man she barely knows or risk losing him forever? Choice is one of the two Origins of the Supernatural novels by Jean Booth. Envision a world of immortal humanoids with unique abilities and technology completely hidden and barricaded from humans. Jean Booth delivers an entrancing and sparkling narrative that includes shapeshifting, natural night vision, atypical vampires, and Greek mythology. It was mighty fun to follow the love story and sexual tension between the main protagonist and her lover, Raif. Choice is essentially a first-person narrative with vivid descriptions and convincing characters that will linger long after reading. Prepare for some explicit sexual scenes and language. Overall, Choice is rightly amazing and I wished it had not ended when it did; I now certainly want to check out more books by Jean Booth, especially the other Origins of the Supernatural novel, Changed. If you enjoy superhuman narratives, transformed Greek mythology, and preordained and paranormal romance, you will love Choice.

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