Return to Me by L.M. Spangler

Return to Me by L.M. Spangler
Aphrodite Chronicles #1
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-fi/Fantasy
Length: Short story (40 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Her secret tore them apart.

Naida Bouche foolishly thought she could live only as a human. Her true nature hung over her like a thunderhead, driving a wedge between her and her husband.
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Cooper Martin had no idea why his ex-wife divorced him. He’d treated her like a goddess, and they had no problems in the intimacy department.

Fate brings them together again. Old emotions flare to life. Can Naida see beyond her self-perceived faults and allow the flames to reignite the love she and Coop feel for one another?

Return to Me is a quick, light read, just perfect for your coffee break or lunch.

Naida and Coop have been married, and are now divorced, although neither of them wanted it. They have managed to avoid each other for the past three years, but now they are thrown together on a case. The attraction is off the charts, and they don’t bother resisting much!

Because of the length of this story, you don’t actually get much of a back story to it. You know why Naida left Coop in the first place, but that’s about it. I was left with a multitude of questions when I finished reading it, and think this could quite easily be made into a longer book.

Saying that though, I found the descriptions to be perfect, and for the amount of time you had with the characters, they made themselves known.

This was a lovely story, with a HEA not only for the two main characters, but also for another woman too. A quick read, but still recommended.

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