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    I have not read “Bonded by Crimson,” which this is a prequel to that book, and I think that may have affected my view of this story. I really wanted to like it because the synopsis made it sound interesting. Matthias Zrin or “Miles” as he goes by for most of the book, is a 300 year old immortal who is trying to get college student Kate Rokov to write his life story to help settle the spirit of his late wife. He communicates telepathically with her until she gives in and decides to truly listen to what he has to say, which he is ecstatic for, and makes himself visible to her. They hold hands and he projects his story into her head for her to see and understand it. Over time, the more she learns about him, the more she starts to care and fall in love with Miles. However, even though Miles deeply cares for her, he can’t seem to truly fall in love with her because he still deeply misses his wife, and he and Kate share an unexpected family history together. I honestly didn’t really like this story. The writing was kind of choppy at times. A large part is told in flashbacks, but there is no timeline to go by to let the reader know when things were going on, so I was very confused through most of them. There are characters who I wasn’t even sure who they were sometimes so that also made the story not so enjoyable to me. I would still recommend this though if you have read “Bonded by Crimson,” but this just wasn’t for me. ***Review has been done with conjunction with Nerd Girl Official***
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