Meet Me in the Garden

Rosa Sophia
Meet Me in the Garden
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Limitless Publishing
Release Date
January 2015
Paranormal Romance

Memories of another life, and the garden where it all began, keep Amalie Jarvis awake at night.

A columnist for a popular magazine, she attends a function in Palm Beach at the famous Breakers Hotel, only to cross paths with graphic designer Ian Gardner—who appears to hold the key to her visions. The more time they spend together, the more Amalie realizes how much she wants to be with him. And how much she fears admitting that she loves him.

Ian can't remember the past, but he is drawn to Amalie with an intense passion he's never felt before.

Many moons ago, they met in a garden. Different names, different faces—but their souls were still the same. Unable to resist her, Ian falls deeply in love. He remains by her side as she battles severe facial pain, not knowing what it is or if it could kill her. Frightened for her, he swears his adoration without ever speaking the words.

But their devotion has dangers, and they're about to be faced by hazards neither of them could have foreseen…

Book Review by Gabrielle Sally (author,reviewer)
Apr 02, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
66 people found the following review helpful
Rosa Sophia's MEET ME IN THE GARDEN was an interesting read. I love the idea of past lives, soul mates destined to meet again and again throughout history. Memories of another life, and the garden where it all began, makes for interesting storytelling.

Amalie is a columnist for a popular magazine and when she meets Ian, it seems as though he's the key to her dreams (or visions). What follows is the development of a romance that's centuries in the making but are they doomed to repeat the sins of their past or will this life, this encounter, be different?

Add in that Amalie is diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia and I'm sold. Suffering from several chronic pain conditions myself, I love it when authors give characters very real conditions (celiac disease, endometriosis, etc.) because to me, it makes the stories more real/genuine as these conditions are a part of life for a very large population of people and why not read about still being able to work, find love, have a happily ever after? Don't we all wish for it at times? Don't we all deserve it?

This was an enjoyable romance for me and I loved the idea of soul mates and the dual storytelling between Amalie's present and past life. If enjoy a good romance with solid storytelling, you'll definitely enjoy MEET ME IN THE GARDEN.
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