Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Book Review: Heart of Eternity by N. Jay


(I recieved this free ebook in exchange for an honest review)

Goodreads Summary: When you are invited to dance with the muse of love, when you are driven to the edge by the pain of the past, when you hold the remedy for what ails you in your arms you will find yourself in the heart of eternity. 
Set in the Blue Mountain’s town of Blackheath in New South Wales, Australia, the novel Heart of Eternity introduces two very different characters, Jay and Naida, who encounter each other at a challenging time in each of their lives. Their individual expressions of the feelings they provoke in each other give rise to a turmoil that could ultimately claim their lives. When two people understand so deeply the pain each other has faced will it force them into the abyss of darkness or will their combined need for healing allow love to enter both their hearts?


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Reading Heart of Eternity was very interesting to read. It was a very good, spiritual, and powerful read that I enjoy reading. There was different sides to look at as far as one being good and the other evil. 

Naida is twenty one years old and has cancer. She goes against what her parents want as far as taking the right necessities to be healed and goes on spiritual route. To do that she goes to a spiritual healer called Zachriel.  I love how at the beginning she knew what she wanted to do and also I liked that her parents understood what she wanted. 

Jay is what we would consider the bad boy of the story. He is a womanizer and heart breaker.  Danger is what he lives for and love is something that he consider he does not want. His life is nothing but heartache and pain and has no conscience for anyone else. 

When they come together they realize how much they really need each other.  

Naida and Jay's story had me captivated from the beginning to the end. The writing style was great and flowed smoothly. The plot was very mature and thought out. As I said before, it is a powerful read of finding one's self and overcoming obstacles life throws at us. 

Rating 4Stars
Recommend? Yes