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    The Lady Who Lived Again

    A great read, from the cover I thought a mystery great, something I might enjoy along with the romance of a new book. It was so much more, enjoy.
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    Engaging Novel!

    The Lady Who Lived Again by Thomasine Rappold is A Solve Survivor Novel. Madeleine Sutter is twenty-four years old and lives in Misty Lake, New York with her grandfather. She is the sole survivor of an accident that claimed her friend’s lives three years previously. The town doctor declared her dead (I personally think she was in a coma) and then Maddie woke up the next day. Now no one in the town will associate with her (they are a superstitious lot). Maddie did wake up with one little benefit—she has the ability to heal (which she keeps a secret). Her grandfather tried to convince her to move away, but Maddie will not leave him (he is ill). Maddie was engaged to Daniel Hogle, but he broke up with her after the accident (the jerk). Daniel has now returned to town with a new fiancé. Maddie’s old friend, Amelia Strope is coming back to town to get married. Amelia wants Maddie to be a part of the bridal party. Maddie is hoping this will be a chance to show the town that she is the same person that she was before the accident. Dr. Jace Merrick is the new doctor in town. He is taking over the practice of Dr. Benjamin Filmore (the doctor who declared Maddie dead). Jace would like to study Maddie’s case. He does not believe the superstitious nonsense that the townspeople have been spouting. They come to a mutual agreement. Jace will pretend to be engaged to Maddie and escort her the festivities leading up to the wedding as well as the wedding. Maddie will share information from her accident and recovery with Jace as well as help him with his practice (she is a good assistant and a good organizer). But Maddie cannot help but use her special powers to help those who are ill. Can this ruin the budding relationship between Maddie and Jace? Can Jace ever accept Maddie’s special abilities? Will the town ever accept Maddie? The Lady Who Lived Again was a very interesting novel. It is an historical novel with a paranormal element (which is the best part). I just wish the paranormal element had been played up a little more. It took a back seat to the romance in the novel. The Lady Who Lived Again is easy to read. My interest was captured right away. The setting sounded beautiful, and I liked the main characters (especially Maddie’s grandfather) for the most part. Jace’s attitude grated on my nerves sometimes (especially when he would dismiss Maddie’s ideas). The Lady Who Lived Again is a good novel to read on a quiet evening. I give The Lady Who Lived Again 4 out of 5 stars. It is well-written and engaging. A good first book in a new series. I just wish the paranormal element had been more prominent. That is what drew me to the book. I received a complimentary copy of The Lady Who Lived Again from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Excellent Start for New Paranormal Romance Series

    A captivating mixture of paranormal and historical romance, The Lady Who Lived Again by Thomasine Rappold grabbed my attention from the first page and never let go. The first book in a new series, Ms. Rappold’s story is filled with colorful characters, sharp dialogue and a scintillating romance. Set in a small town in upstate New York, showcasing the best and worst of small town living, Ms. Rappold’s Soul Survivor series is off to a promising start. Ms. Rappold does a good job introducing us to her characters right from the start. A young woman who survived a catastrophic accident that claimed the life of three of her best friends, Madeleine Sutter, is both emotionally and physical strong. She’s also beautiful, intelligent and very lonely due to the small minded nature of several people in town. I easily connected with her from the start and enjoyed watching her character develop like a butterfly emerging from its cocoon. Especially since she’s “come back” from death with a “gift” she keeps a secret. Ms. Rappold also did a good job developing Jace Merrick, the new doctor in town, who quickly finds himself attracted to both Madeleine and the mystery behind her accident, recovery and reputation. A man of science, who both wants to heal his patients and change the brutal nature of disease, Jace is intelligent, curious and somewhat flawed. He’s also somewhat of a womanizer who only misses one thing from living and working in a big city hospital, the nurses. While I liked Jace and had no problems connecting with his character, I wasn’t always sure he was a good fit for Madeleine. At least at the very beginning. The attraction and romance between Madeleine and Jace is well developed and felt natural. The story is well paced and I liked how Ms. Rappold brought Madeleine and Jace into each other’s everyday life so that they could get to know each other better. I also liked how it gave us a chance to get to know the characters in town better as we got to watch them interact with Madeleine and Jace as individuals and as a couple. The secondary characters are well written and several of them prove to be very challenging to deal with. Will Madeleine share the secret behind her recovery and her “gift”? Will Jace accept that there might be things in life science can’t explain? And will their attraction and romance turn into something more permanent? You’ll have to read The Lady Who Lived Again to find out. I loved it and can’t wait to read the next book in this series. ***I received a complimentary copy of this book as a part of a book tour for a fair and honest review. This did not influence my opinion of the reading material provided
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