Sacrifice in Stone by Patricia Mason

Story: 7.5
Presentation: 8
Total: 15.5
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Lite Paranormal

Blurb: In 1758 Britain, a blood curse imprisons soldier Garrick Lawson in the form of a marble statue as a sacrifice to bring prosperity to the Rushworth family. Fighting madness inside his stone prison, Garrick awaits a release that may never come. Over two centuries later, he hears a voice that makes him hunger for love as well as freedom.

Mara, the Rushworth heiress, feels irresistibly drawn to the statue. She dreams of hungry kisses in the arms of a soldier with eyes the color of melting chocolate. When Mara discovers an antique journal, revealing her family’s crime, she knows the man of her dreams awaits and she must risk the wrath of her devious uncle to free him. Using her blood, Mara brings Garrick to life and awakens his desire to claim her as his woman. But even as fiery passion burns between the lovers, the journal reveals that Garrick’s freedom has a price…Mara’s life.

Review: Okay, let me begin by saying that the premise for this story was interesting and well thought out.
What? Are you waiting for me to say something bad :) Nope, this one was a goodie for me. It was a fun, fresh and fast paced quickie that delivered not only in story but in sexual content :) Well done Ms Mason :)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your thoughtful review. I'm very pleased you enjoyed the story. Patricia Mason

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