Beyond Forever by M. W. Davis

Beyond Forever by M.W. Davis
Publisher: Champagne Books
Genre:  Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (22 pages)
Heat Level:Spicy
Rating: 3 stars
Review by: Hydrangea

Hanna’s organized life has been fractured by one mistake, one incredible night with a stranger, and now her world has descended into unbearable solitude. Days burning sunlight in a mind numbing haze, nights staring into the black void enveloping her empty bed, until a peculiar man lost within his own shadows, offers a path to resolution. To purge the memories that hound her thoughts and block her return to a normal existence, she must circle back to where it all began.

This story took me to a whole new world. The author created an environment that grabbed me and made me forget where I was. However, at times I did feel lost and confused with things being present a bit unclearly.

This book was interesting and I did like the ending. There was closure, and the author wrapped up everything nicely. The idea behind the plot was interesting.  This was also a “paranormal” painting that added a very nice twist to the story!  The main characters have plenty of sexual tension and the sex, when it happens, is well written and steamy but not burn yourself hot. The author is a man, and, in my opinion, sex is different from a man’s point of view.

I would love a sequel so I can learn more about some of the characters. It is a nice short read, and worth the time.

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