Monday, November 26, 2012

Review: Phantom's Touch by Julie Leto

Title: Phantom's Touch
Author: Julie Leto
Source: Self Purchased
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novel
Release Date : December 11, 2011
Reviewer: Jasmyn

Two centuries ago, Aiden Forsyth stormed a gypsy camp to save his sister, only to fall victim to a powerful spell. But now, when modern-day actress Lauren Cole grasps the hilt of an antique sword, she is shocked to see the ancient warrior materialize before her. Not only has she released Aiden from the curse that bound him, but she has put herself in the path of an incredible danger.

In Phantom's Touch we get to meet the another Forsyth brother - once cursed inside an object, this time a magical sword, Aiden is released by Lauren Cole, an actress (quite a scandalous profession in Aiden's time).  Aiden is quite an entertaining character, and I dare say I may have liked the second book even more than the first.  Lauren Cole is another strong leading woman that isn't going to let some silly thing - oh say, like a man suddenly appearing out of thin air - slow her down.  She has goals and she will see them finished - mainly completing her last movie with her ex-husband as the producer.  Aiden's goals are far different.  Number one is to get out of the sword permanently, and then go find his family.

Once the K'vr get wind that a powerful magical artifact has turned up, they close in quickly and stop at nothing to get their hands on the sword.  Aiden and Lauren must put aside their own goals to save each other.

1 comment:

  1. That sounds pretty good. I'm a sucker for this type of story.


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