Review: Windswept

Windswept
Windswept by Sabrina Jeffries
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A story of intrigue and love to delight any reader. Author Sabrina Jefferies does a phenomenal job in this story of Wales mythology involving the Lady of the Mists. Blending, murder, mystery, mythology, love, and both strong primary and secondary characters. This is a book the reader will not want to put down.

The writer did a superb character development on Catrin where she was able to combine shyness, sensuality, strength, dedication to others and a strong character without making her seem unrealistic. Throughout this book, I felt Catrin was a woman worth admiring in-spite of her upbringing and beliefs. Her ability to overcome her shyness when strength was needed is a fine example for women to follow.

Additionally, the character of Evan was so complex and exciting that it felt like he continually had layers falling off him exposing more of his life that made him the man he was. Characters such as these two make a book worthy of giving up sleep to read. Not only strong primary characters are in this book but fully developed secondary characters rounded out the storyline giving it more depth.

I love the complexity of this story and the workings in the background of this book. I recommend this to readers that love intrigue and give it 4 STARS.

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.

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