Undying Love by Louise Roberts

Undying Love by Louise Roberts
Publisher: Luminosity Publishing
Genre: Erotic Romance, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Paranormal, Contemporary, Historical
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

What if you discover your long-lost soulmate is a lingering spirit; how far would you go to be reunited?

What if “love at first sight” was no more than two soul mates recognizing each other through eons of time? But what would happen if one of those such souls was a lingering spirit, whilst the other had reincarnated into another human life form? If that were the case, how far would anyone go for the sake of love to be reunited?

For Peter Grant, the moment he steps into a house for sale in a coastal hamlet in Norfolk, England, a feeling of déjà vu descends on him, and the need to purchase the cottage is overwhelming.
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Divorced and retired, he has ample time to enjoy the peace and quiet of his surroundings, with just his faithful dog for company. The only distraction is the nightly sound of a woman weeping . . .

Sometimes forever is an unbreakable promise.

Eleanor and Peter were a good match. They were both hopeless romantics who enjoyed the simple life. The thought of a living person falling in love with a spirit was so intriguing to me that it was one of the biggest reasons why I decided to read this book. Luckily, these characters had excellent reasons for being immediately drawn to each other that went beyond what was mentioned in the blurb, and I enjoyed the process of discovering what those other reasons for their instant love were.

There were a few subplots that were never resolved. For example, Peter had serious conflicts with his ex-wife and his daughter that were mentioned in the beginning but never followed up on. I also had some questions about what happened to Thor, a dog he bought shortly after moving into his new home. It would have been nice to have a few lines about how each of these subplots were tied up by the conclusion of the final scene.

The ending was otherwise well written and satisfying. I liked the way the author gave hints about how the world had changed over the centuries, especially since the narrator wouldn’t necessarily know everything the audience might be surprised or excited by due to how much things had changed for humanity over multiple generations. There was room here for a sequel, and I’d read it if it were written. With that being said, I also thought the main storyline gave a nice sense of closure for the characters.

Undying Love was a tender but smoldering novella that was worth diving into.

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