Saturday, September 5, 2009

Thirteen Chances
Author: Cindy Miles
Publisher: Signet Eclipse
ISBN-10: 0451227824
ISBN-13: 978-0451227829

Genre: Paranormal Romance


Yay!!! I’ve been dying to find out Christian de Gaultiers of Arrick-by-the-Sea’s story ever since Cindy Miles introduced him to us in her previous books Into Thin Air and MacGowan’s Ghost. Talk about a tantalizing and mysterious ghost story. Then when she described our hunky ghost as a Brendan Frasier look-alike, I was all over him (woops, I mean “it”).

A love story to span the ages! Soul mates, Christian and Emma have loved and lost each other twelve times thus far. After a botched spell leaves Christian a ghost and Emma being reborn every 72 years only to die just as she remembers her lost love, fate brings them to the Ballaster sisters. White witches assigned the task of righting a wrong; the four sisters set into motion their own spell to reunite the lovers. But this spell is the final chance for Christian and Emma. If it fails, then the two souls will be lost forever.

Thirteen Chances is seriously sexy. Cindy Miles created a sexual tension like no other. I was whole heartedly rooting for this couple and could honestly “feel” the ghostly kisses and touches through Ms. Miles words. This is an amazing book and a reunion story on top of that, making it double good. I LOVE seeing how my favorite characters are progressing and Ms. Miles does not disappoint. Thirteen Chances is her best story yet (and with her other books at the top of my favorite’s list, that’s really saying something). Ms. Miles has a knack for bringing the paranormal world to life and finding just the right love for them, proving it’s definitely good to be a ghost.

Reviewed By: Tami Brothers
Rating: 5 Petit Fours and 3 Hot Tamales (spicy!!!)


Sandy Elzie said...


Okay, that's two for two for today's reviews. This book sounds really great. I haven't read her first ones, but hopefully they're still available at Amazon.

Thanks for a great review.


Maxine Davis said...


Me too. I'm looking for the 1st two and so I can read this one. It sounds great! Thanks.