Stay With Me (Lazarus Rising #3)
Shelly Hampton intends to spend the holidays alone in her family’s mountain cabin, but when a snow-covered stranger appears on her door-step, her plans are shot straight to hell. The man before her seems oddly familiar, and he stirs a dark need within her. It’s soon apparent that John Smith is far more than a normal man—he’s too strong, too fast, and she could swear that he seems to read her thoughts…and know her most secret desires. But is John a man that she could love…or is he someone she should fear? Because even as the snow fall deepens, a deadly threat is closing in on her little cabin. And soon, Shelly will be trapped on the mountain with a dangerous man…a man who swears that he has come back from the dead, just to be with her. STAY WITH ME…A “Lazarus Rising” Novella Author's Note: All of the books in the Lazarus Rising series are stand-alone titles.

Stay With Me (Lazarus Rising #3) Details

TitleStay With Me (Lazarus Rising #3)
Author
ReleaseDec 12th, 2017
PublisherHocus Pocus Publishing, Inc.
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary, Holiday

Stay With Me (Lazarus Rising #3) Review

  • Alex ♈
    January 1, 1970
    4 stars, but I click 5, because… I’m in a good mood today *lol* and as thanks to this author for writing strong and smart heroines!
  • Mindy Lou's Book Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    I feel like I’m on repeat but I can’t help it, this series is awesome! Cynthia Eden brought us another great super soldier in John. I like that the author switched things up and gave us a soldier not directly related to the first group we got to know in book 1 and 2. We are starting to see the scope of what lengths the government has gone to trying to create killing machines. What they didn’t count on was the primitive pull these men would feel towards the women and their refusal to give the gov I feel like I’m on repeat but I can’t help it, this series is awesome! Cynthia Eden brought us another great super soldier in John. I like that the author switched things up and gave us a soldier not directly related to the first group we got to know in book 1 and 2. We are starting to see the scope of what lengths the government has gone to trying to create killing machines. What they didn’t count on was the primitive pull these men would feel towards the women and their refusal to give the government their blind loyalty. This series is a great blend of GI Joe action plus the exciting story telling of strong Alpha’s who will do anything to protect their women. Love it! ARC provided by NetGalley.
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  • Leonor
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 "You're my Christmas" stars.I'm loving this series. Can't wait to read more.Cynthia, you keep on writing and I'll keep on buying. 👍🏼Safe.
  • Claire Robinson
    January 1, 1970
    4 - "You are my Christmas..." Stars!The third book in Cynthia Eden’s hugely enjoyable, Lazarus Rising series, has a decidedly Christmassy feel to it. Don’t fret the romance and suspense are still fully in the fore, but the author took a step away from the characters that we have come to know in the first two books, to give us John Smith and Shelly Hampton’s story."You’re… the only thing… I know."John just like all the other Lazarus subjects has very little in the way of a memory pre waking up in 4 - "You are my Christmas..." Stars!The third book in Cynthia Eden’s hugely enjoyable, Lazarus Rising series, has a decidedly Christmassy feel to it. Don’t fret the romance and suspense are still fully in the fore, but the author took a step away from the characters that we have come to know in the first two books, to give us John Smith and Shelly Hampton’s story."You’re… the only thing… I know."John just like all the other Lazarus subjects has very little in the way of a memory pre waking up in the research facility where he was given the treatment. The one thing he does remember, or should I say woman he remembers is Shelly. "I wanted you before I even knew if you were real or just a figment of my desperation…"How, why or who she is isn’t initially clear, but with his enhanced senses and the scratchy but incomplete memories of her, he manages to track her down to the remote cabin that she has hidden herself away in for the holiday without too much trouble."When you’re ready for my mouth, tell me… Because, baby, I’ve been ready for you for a very, very long time."I found this couple’s coming together really sweet, John only remembers Shelly, she doesn’t know him from Adam, but as the story progresses, and as you would expect with a book from this author, everything and everyone is definitely not as they would initially seem, and the directions the plot takes aren't exactly as you would expect either.Quick paced in its telling, as well as in its reading, Stay With Me was another absolutely outstanding addition to the Lazarus Rising series. Run To Me is due in late January, and I am interested in seeing what sort of story the author gives Jay and Willow.ARC generously provided via Netgalley, in exchange for the above honest review.
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  • Tina
    January 1, 1970
    3.75 ''a little bit far fetched but what the hell, I liked the characters'' stars I really liked the characters.The heroine was strong and smart but also 'soft' as to say, in right moments, feminine but didn't take shit from anyone. Just how I liked them.I also liked the hero, he was possessive but what I absolutely LOVED about him was that he never took her choice from her, he never took her will power from her. He would respect her wishes and that is the combination that I always look for in 3.75 ''a little bit far fetched but what the hell, I liked the characters'' stars I really liked the characters.The heroine was strong and smart but also 'soft' as to say, in right moments, feminine but didn't take shit from anyone. Just how I liked them.I also liked the hero, he was possessive but what I absolutely LOVED about him was that he never took her choice from her, he never took her will power from her. He would respect her wishes and that is the combination that I always look for in my heroesAlso this book was H-O-T, burning hot, shot fire through rooftop, explosive chemistry hot.Seriously, Cynthia Eden can write one hell of chemistry between characters, whether it is between the sheets or just talking about murder lol.But, this was something between 3 and 4 stars for me, because I kinda wanted more. I liked the whole suspense thing, but the 'bad' guys were a little predictable and I wanted more of the story about Lazarus. But I think that was my problem because I started this series from this book, the 3rd one, rather than first, so I guess it is more explained in first book.I also wanted more to know about couple, I would like that they investigated more about hero's past, I wanted more of them. Because it was kinda short-ish everything revolved around 'situation now' as to say, and I wanted more talk about past AND the future.I really really hope that we will have another book where we see more about this couple after the whole 'storm' pass. Maybe a book about all couples, few years into the future?Also on some moments it was a littleeeee bit ridiculous and over the top. As to say, not believable and maybe farfetched? However, Cynthia Eden has a kind of writing that just suck you in, so all those little 'are you kidding me' moments you just choose to ignore because you like the characters and the pace.Meanwhile I am going to throw myself on first book of the series. Thank you Leonor and Alex for pointing out Cynthia Eden for me <3Safety:(view spoiler)[ - no cheating- celibate after meeting- no ow drama (hide spoiler)]
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  • Marta Cox
    January 1, 1970
    Yet another story about those who were part of the Lazarus programme this time not only do we get to know new characters but it's set at Christmas so lots of lovely warm feels as well as suspense. John is very different to other survivors we have met in this series as he has very strong memories of a woman who means the world to him. He's followed his instincts and tracked her down but the woman in question not only doesn't know him but from their first meeting it's obvious she's in serious dang Yet another story about those who were part of the Lazarus programme this time not only do we get to know new characters but it's set at Christmas so lots of lovely warm feels as well as suspense. John is very different to other survivors we have met in this series as he has very strong memories of a woman who means the world to him. He's followed his instincts and tracked her down but the woman in question not only doesn't know him but from their first meeting it's obvious she's in serious danger !Shelly hasn't a clue who the big buff scary guy following her is but things just keep happening when he's around. Having recently lost her brother Shelly is alone but John clearly is as lost in his own way as she is. Someone is definitely up to no good but just who can Shelly really trust?I loved John and his strong feelings for Shelly right from the start but as you would expect from an author of this calibre there are lots of twists along the way to entertain the reader. A strong romance that leapt off the page but with an excellent plot that allows this reader to speculate about what might happen next. Plus of course it's set at Christmas so a lovely warming read on a cold night !This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair.
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  • Maayan
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 ⭐ 4.5 ⭐️
  • Carvanz
    January 1, 1970
    I’m absolutely in love with this series and Stay With Me only solidified that for me.After experiencing so much loss over the past year, Shelly heads to her mountain cabin to find some peace and solitude. At the local bar she meets John who insists that they know one another. She assures him they do not but he doesn’t accept her answer easily or at all really. When he rescues her from several attempts on her life, the fear that overwhelmed her desire fades and she brings him into her home. John I’m absolutely in love with this series and Stay With Me only solidified that for me.After experiencing so much loss over the past year, Shelly heads to her mountain cabin to find some peace and solitude. At the local bar she meets John who insists that they know one another. She assures him they do not but he doesn’t accept her answer easily or at all really. When he rescues her from several attempts on her life, the fear that overwhelmed her desire fades and she brings him into her home. John has no memories of his past except for the beautiful woman he’s been searching for. Now that he’s found her he can’t let her go, especially since someone is trying to kill her. Or is it him they’re after? This book has so many twists and turns in it. It was a wild and crazy ride filled with lots of drama, surprises and suspense as well as plenty of heat in true Cynthia Eden fashion. I love a hard alpha hero and I got that in John but I also got a hero that’s capable of showing vulnerability and I really loved that! Shelly was a perfect counterpoint to John. She’s strong when needed but able to yield when necessary. No wanting to throttle the heroine in this one.The next book up is Willow and Jay and I can’t express how much I’m looking forward to their story. These books can be read as standalones in my opinion but would be enjoyed much more if you start at the beginning.This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Hocus Pocus Publishing.Dual POVSafeNo apparent triggers
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  • Jessica Frances
    January 1, 1970
    Stay With Me was fantastic. I loved John, even as my heart broke for him and what he was put through. This is a holiday read, but it didn’t skimp on the action, suspense or mystery. It was hot, sweet, fun and a wild ride! I definitely recommend to fans of this series, and for anyone looking for an edgier holiday read.
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  • Timitra
    January 1, 1970
    Stay With Me is the perfect blend of sweet and sexy laced with suspense. I enjoyed this new addition to The Lazarus Rising series and can't wait to read the next book in the series.ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review
  • Dísir
    January 1, 1970
    There’s always something about this series that I find constantly hovers on the edge of the hysterical. I think my biggest problem really, is the gradual departure from the realism that the story starts out with. Everything is writ so large, sometimes to the point where I can lose that ability to suspend disbelief: the insane villains so stylised that they can be out of an opera, the alpha, over-the-top hero and a heroine can sometimes manage the miraculous and whose greatest enemies are her pre There’s always something about this series that I find constantly hovers on the edge of the hysterical. I think my biggest problem really, is the gradual departure from the realism that the story starts out with. Everything is writ so large, sometimes to the point where I can lose that ability to suspend disbelief: the insane villains so stylised that they can be out of an opera, the alpha, over-the-top hero and a heroine can sometimes manage the miraculous and whose greatest enemies are her previous lovers. Not to say that it isn’t entertaining—Cynthia Eden can cook up a mystery and resolve it very well—but the idea of super-soldiers becoming possessive primates (the growling, snorting and rough sex included) because of their programming somehow seems more laughable than stirring. ‘Stay With Me’ reminded me of a cross between Robocop/Terminator and Pet Sematary as Christmas decorations and celebrations go on—a slice of the paranormal inserted into the holiday season, which was a tad too batty for me. Over all, Eden’s Lazarus Rising is definitely a series I’d be continuing with, but at the same time, I’ll be taking it all in with a heaping amount of salt…more than I normally do with such sub-genres.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    When a handsome stranger appears in Shellys life, she doesnt know what to think of him. Big, capable and intense. When he saves her life she becomes unable to turn him away, but shes not prepared for what this will mean. John woke up with no memory of his life before, but he knew one thing, and how to find her.. PNR action, suspense and smutty fluff in an awesome combo! Love this series!Disclaimer; I was fortunate enough to get a copy for free, but I would have bought my own copy, with a smile o When a handsome stranger appears in Shellys life, she doesn´t know what to think of him. Big, capable and intense. When he saves her life she becomes unable to turn him away, but she´s not prepared for what this will mean. John woke up with no memory of his life before, but he knew one thing, and how to find her.. PNR action, suspense and smutty fluff in an awesome combo! Love this series!Disclaimer; I was fortunate enough to get a copy for free, but I would have bought my own copy, with a smile on my face =D
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  • Quinn's Book Nook
    January 1, 1970
    Quite liked this. John completely stole my heart. Some phrases were repeated a lot, but overall great. I need to look into the rest of this series. Full review soon.
  • Marie Brown (Marie's Tempting Reads)
    January 1, 1970
    Marie's Tempting Reads ARC Review:I. Loved. John. Smith. This is the most passionate, endearing, most swoon worthy story in Cynthia Eden's OUTSTANDING Lazarus Rising series. The way the story starts had me instantly on alert. I loved how John Smith was so determined to protect and care for Shelly. The way he remembered her when none of the other Lazarus subjects could remember anything from their lives really intrigued me. I could tell right away that John Smith was different and unique, sexy, c Marie's Tempting Reads ARC Review:I. Loved. John. Smith. This is the most passionate, endearing, most swoon worthy story in Cynthia Eden's OUTSTANDING Lazarus Rising series. The way the story starts had me instantly on alert. I loved how John Smith was so determined to protect and care for Shelly. The way he remembered her when none of the other Lazarus subjects could remember anything from their lives really intrigued me. I could tell right away that John Smith was different and unique, sexy, caring, and just more everything! Shelley might of been skeptical about him at first, but he not only proved himself in my eyes, but in hers right away, and the passion and chemistry crackling between them had me all warm and fuzzy inside and out!The one thing I love about these Lazarus books, is how these super soldiers can care...even with having most of their emotions shut off. It is fascinating and edgy and perfect for this world that Miss Eden has created with this amazing series. We get passion, and mind blowing action and swoon worthy romance that can steal your breath and melt your heart. Its hot and engulfing in the BEST way! I think Stay With Me is my NEW favorite in this series for sure. I just ADORED John Smith SO much!Stay With Me gets an INCREDIBLY WRITTEN FIVE SHOOTING STARS! Its a great fit for the holidays and will be sure to keep you on your toes.
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  • Nomims
    January 1, 1970
    4 starsIt was a short novel but a long novella ! Everything was there : lazarus man, mistery, murder, suspens, some intense insta love and christmas spirit !! ^^I can't wait to read about Willow !
  • Cyn Mistress Kitty
    January 1, 1970
    Best of the series so far. Loved John and Shelly.
  • 100sweet
    January 1, 1970
    This story was too similar to the last one. Wasn't crazy about the h. The last part of the story was a disaster. The villain and the surprise twist of another accomplice was a complete disappointment.
  • Debra
    January 1, 1970
    This novella is part of the Lazarus Rising series. John Smith has escaped from the lab where he’d been an experiment. He doesn’t remember anything from his life, not even his name, but he remembers Shelley Hampton.Shelly has returned to the town she grew up in, planning to spend Christmas alone in the remote family mountain cabin, although she is the only family left; her father is dead and her brother was murdered. A family friend, who owns a bar, is the caretaker for the cabin. When she stops This novella is part of the Lazarus Rising series. John Smith has escaped from the lab where he’d been an experiment. He doesn’t remember anything from his life, not even his name, but he remembers Shelley Hampton.Shelly has returned to the town she grew up in, planning to spend Christmas alone in the remote family mountain cabin, although she is the only family left; her father is dead and her brother was murdered. A family friend, who owns a bar, is the caretaker for the cabin. When she stops in his bar to pick up the keys, a strange man approaches her saying he’d found her, but she has no idea who he is and he seems desperate for her to remember him.I loved John Smith, he was so confused; he knew he had to protect Shelly, but didn’t know why he was so drawn to her. John was gentle, trying to be close to Shelly while not frightening her. He just knew she was special. And she was, John was the only the person to come back from death with any memories from his life. She tethered him, kept him from going crazy. Shelly is smart, strong and independent, like so many of Cynthia Eden’s heroines. John is swoon-worthy, physically and internally. Together, they are amazing. There are lots of surprises along the way and lots of tender moments.
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  • Paula
    January 1, 1970
    Stay With Me by Cynthia Eden is part of the Lazarus Rising Series but is the most separate book of the series. I don’t think I could have been more surprised than when I realized John has not been with the main characters in the first two books. It is vague as to how he wound up in the experiment at all. Did this take away from my overall enjoyment of the story, not at all. Instead, I found it intriguing to wonder how many more “super” men are out in this world created by Cynthia Eden.Fairly sho Stay With Me by Cynthia Eden is part of the Lazarus Rising Series but is the most separate book of the series. I don’t think I could have been more surprised than when I realized John has not been with the main characters in the first two books. It is vague as to how he wound up in the experiment at all. Did this take away from my overall enjoyment of the story, not at all. Instead, I found it intriguing to wonder how many more “super” men are out in this world created by Cynthia Eden.Fairly short, compared to the first two books, it is still a complete Christmas read. I did have a few unanswered questions, but hopefully there will be updates with John Smith and Shelly Hampton. There is very little revealed concerning the Lazarus group especially since Shelly and John have their own danger near at hand. There are twists in the story, one a complete surprise. Plenty of danger and steamy chemistry as John and Shelly search for the truth, hers as well as his. This made it an intriguing read. An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley.
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  • Victoria
    January 1, 1970
    This one was a bit different for the Lazarus Rising series. Unlike all the other test subjects, our guy has a memory when he wakes in the lab. It's of Shelly. He's drawn to her. Needs to find and protect her. It's like he has a radar on her because he finds her. He thinks she knows him but she doesn't. That sets him back a minute. But he realizes she's in danger and protects her. It's thought that he died from a hunters rouge shot when he saves Shelly from a car accident. No. He shows up at her This one was a bit different for the Lazarus Rising series. Unlike all the other test subjects, our guy has a memory when he wakes in the lab. It's of Shelly. He's drawn to her. Needs to find and protect her. It's like he has a radar on her because he finds her. He thinks she knows him but she doesn't. That sets him back a minute. But he realizes she's in danger and protects her. It's thought that he died from a hunters rouge shot when he saves Shelly from a car accident. No. He shows up at her cabin and she takes him in.He tells her about waking in the lab and being killed over and over yet returning to life. She's having trouble with that knowledge. He shows her that he is more than a normal person. He saves her again as well as a little boy and his mom while in town from a sniper shot. After learning his name things really begin to unfold.Great read!Can't wait to find out what our man may know about Willow in the next installment of the Lazarus Rising series :).
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  • Brittany Anne
    January 1, 1970
    "I think you'd make a really good hero, and I could use one of those." This book, like all of Cynthia Eden's books, was absolutely incredible. I have been a huge fan of the Lazarus Series thus far, and I didn't expect anything to change with Stay With Me. And holy cow, was I not disappointed! John escaped from from the Lazarus testing facility he was being kept in, without a name or a past, and went out in search of the one thing that kept him holding on the entire time he was kept in that Hell- "I think you'd make a really good hero, and I could use one of those." This book, like all of Cynthia Eden's books, was absolutely incredible. I have been a huge fan of the Lazarus Series thus far, and I didn't expect anything to change with Stay With Me. And holy cow, was I not disappointed! John escaped from from the Lazarus testing facility he was being kept in, without a name or a past, and went out in search of the one thing that kept him holding on the entire time he was kept in that Hell-- Shelly. In classic Cynthia Eden fashion, this story had brave heroines, super masculine heroes, and plenty of twists and turns. The chemistry between Shelly and John was tangible through the pages! I picked up the book this morning upon getting into work and had it finished by the time my morning break was done. I simply could not put it down! I really can't wait until the next Lazarus story comes out. They are just. So. Good.
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  • Whispers From
    January 1, 1970
    So awesome. Full of suspense, action and sex. I believe this is my favorite out of this series so far.Shelly goes to her family’s cabin for the holidays. She lost her brother not long ago and they haven’t found out who killed him yet. John is one of the Lazarus projects and the only thing he remembers is Shelly. He knows she’s in trouble so he finds her and saves her twice. She’s afraid at first but realizes he’s a good guy and only wants to help. As they try to figure out who John is and why so So awesome. Full of suspense, action and sex. I believe this is my favorite out of this series so far.Shelly goes to her family’s cabin for the holidays. She lost her brother not long ago and they haven’t found out who killed him yet. John is one of the Lazarus projects and the only thing he remembers is Shelly. He knows she’s in trouble so he finds her and saves her twice. She’s afraid at first but realizes he’s a good guy and only wants to help. As they try to figure out who John is and why someone wants to kill her or him, she starts to fall for him. Great story and characters. It will leave you on the edge of your seat and think “ Oh crap.”* Voluntarily read and reviewed this for author *
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  • Book Him Danno
    January 1, 1970
    I love Cynthia Eden books she is able to bring feisty characters and create twist that readers will never see coming. Stay with Me can be read as a stand alone novel it has ties into the Book 1 and 2 but not until the end of the story.The story was well paced, the romance was insta love which seems to be the normal for Cynthia Eden books recently.The story moved along fast not giving readers into time to digest what was happening until the very end of the story. If there was down time the charac I love Cynthia Eden books she is able to bring feisty characters and create twist that readers will never see coming. Stay with Me can be read as a stand alone novel it has ties into the Book 1 and 2 but not until the end of the story.The story was well paced, the romance was insta love which seems to be the normal for Cynthia Eden books recently.The story moved along fast not giving readers into time to digest what was happening until the very end of the story. If there was down time the characters were having sex. The story was lacking meat to it and when the author would dive into the past it was pushed aside fast with sex or guns.Stay with me needed more meat to the story.Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy #CynthiaEden #StayWithMe #NetGalley
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  • Tracie Runge
    January 1, 1970
    Sometimes you just read a book or series and know it will stay with you long after the last page and book is read. That is how I feel about Cynthia Eden’s suspense thrillers!!!Stay With Me is the third instalment in the Lazarus series and I loved it! A handsome stranger, a woman who has faced too much, Shelly and John’s encounter is just the beginning. Both characters are stronger than they realise and with danger around the corner they will need to draw on it all. The character dynamics and wel Sometimes you just read a book or series and know it will stay with you long after the last page and book is read. That is how I feel about Cynthia Eden’s suspense thrillers!!!Stay With Me is the third instalment in the Lazarus series and I loved it! A handsome stranger, a woman who has faced too much, Shelly and John’s encounter is just the beginning. Both characters are stronger than they realise and with danger around the corner they will need to draw on it all. The character dynamics and well written storyline make this a great read and one I will be recommending to readers.
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  • Zita
    January 1, 1970
    An engaging novella…This is the third book in the Lazarus Rising series, a novella that can be read as a standalone.The past year has been hard on Shelly Hampton and she’s gone to her family’s mountain cabin to elude the holidays which she has no feeling for, reeling from death takes away the joy. One day while in town she’s accosted by a strange intense man who believes she knows him, though he seems a bit familiar she has no idea who he is and that is something he doesn’t even know. When the m An engaging novella…This is the third book in the Lazarus Rising series, a novella that can be read as a standalone.The past year has been hard on Shelly Hampton and she’s gone to her family’s mountain cabin to elude the holidays which she has no feeling for, reeling from death takes away the joy. One day while in town she’s accosted by a strange intense man who believes she knows him, though he seems a bit familiar she has no idea who he is and that is something he doesn’t even know. When the man tracks her down to the cabin she’s forced to deal with him and the unexpected powerful feelings he stirs within her. She doesn’t know why she’s inclined to help him even after he tells her an incredible tale yet she wants to.Death is not the same thing to John Smith as it is to other mortals, he is the man who like Lazarus can return from the dead and he’s done so time and again. He has fleeting memories and an urgent drive, to find the woman who has vividly been in his mind from the moment he first revived from a death. She’s a beacon in the darkness of the horrors he’s known, tracking her was done with his internal senses. That she doesn’t know him is shocking but he won’t leave her, he knows she’s in danger if not from what. It’s important that he convince her he’s trustworthy but the truth of his life as he knows it is hard to believe.This was quite an engaging novella filled with much action and suspense, betrayals, secret government projects, science fiction, and an intense romance with strong compelling characters. Having started this series with this third book I now have to pick up the previous stories as I was so enthralled by this one.
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  • Susan Underbrink
    January 1, 1970
    A big thank you to NetGalley for the ARC. I am voluntarily reviewing this book. I almost always love Cynthia Eden's books and this one is really good! I rate it a 4.5. This is part of a series but it reads well as a stand alone book. This has a bit of a complex plot but it's still heartwarming. Sometimes you just need to follow your heart. She's had a rough year and just wants to heal. Lived it. I think most romance readers would enjoy this book.
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  • Cynthia L. Turner
    January 1, 1970
    Merry Christmas from John and ShellyA very suspenseful and thrilling Christmas novel. This novel has such a great plot that it will keep the reader's interest and attention until the very end! John and Smelly have such an unusual connection but it works in their favor. Two lonely and lost people meet and do fall in love 💘 but the road getting there is full of action, excitement, adventure, and romance. A 👍 great read.
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  • Christine Jalili
    January 1, 1970
    I absolutely loved this book and couldn't put it down until I finished. Shelly is at her family cabin visiting. She meets a stranger that insists he knows her. Why does he know so much about her? My heart went out for John Smith. There's so many twists to this story and I went through so many emotions. I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy and I highly recommend this book.
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  • Gloriamarie
    January 1, 1970
    This is the weakest story in this series. It really does nothing to advance the story that theoretically ties the series together.
  • Miranda Owen
    January 1, 1970
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