Monday, March 12, 2012

Review of The Bond That Heals Us (Eternal Bond #2) by Christine d'Abo

Title: The Bond That Heals Us (Eternal Bond #2)
Author: Christine d'Abo
Source: Own copy
Genre: Sci-Fi Romance
Release Date: May 7th 2008
Author's Website

Sara has been so busy saving the lives of others, her own life has passed her by. But when a mysterious alien captain crash lands his ship on the Eurus colony, Sara feels an unexplained attraction to him and decides to throw herself into an unexpected love affair.

The last thing Davin wants is to walk into a relationship with anyone, let alone a feisty human doctor. But when he is forced to stay on the colony, Davin can't help but be drawn to Sara's strength and spirit. As long as he can hide the true nature of his healing abilities from her, everything will be fine.

They tumble headlong into a fiery sexual relationship, drawing closer until events threaten to push them apart permanently. When a group of miners on the planet begins to exhibit unusual behavior, Davin must put his fears aside and work with Sara to save their lives. If he can't open up to her, all may be lost.


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I love this series and I LOVED this book. It has everything I want in a book, a gorgeous alpha male, and very hot romance, action and characters who you develop a connection with and enjoy.

Sara encounters an alien captain of a ship that has crash landed on the colony and she feels an instant attraction to him. What develops is a whirlwind relationship that has both craving for each other, but Davin's personal demons has him holding back from truly giving himself completely to Sara.

I loved Davin as he is described as a sexy "alien Greek God", playful, charming, suave and oozes with animal magnetism. He is very alpha, very powerful and gives it his all in every sense of the word (some of the scenes with him and Sara were incredible hot)!

Sara is a kind-hearted soul who cares for everyone, but she realizes how lonely she truly is and how she wishes someone would love him.

What made this story so touching was the relationship build up and the emotional ups and downs that occurred in the relationship.

I really enjoyed this book and recommend to anyone who enjoys reading about a romance that deals with acceptance, self-discovery and the power of love to overcome heartaches, struggles and coming to terms with one's self.


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