Books | Fiction / Fantasy / Action & Adventure
Jon was a physicist who wanted nothing more than a simple life with few responsibilities and someone to share it with. In the middle of an ordinary day, a horrible accident leaves him stranded in a baffling world of impossible phenomena, terrifying creatures, and mysterious prophecies. Desperate to get home, his only hope is a harrowing journey across three distinct realms.But his arrival in the new land has not gone without notice. Suspicious of the circumstances of his arrival, a nervous ruling council requires someone to investigate. So they send the one warrior most suited for the job: the dedicated and compassionate Dellia. She lives to serve because helping people is what gives her life purpose and meaning, but as a protector, she is also bound by an unshakable devotion to the council.Lost and alone in a vast world, Jon is in dire need of help. Skilled and knowledgeable, Dellia is exactly the kind of help he needs. If only he can keep from falling for the one person whose duty may drive her to stop him.
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"Dnf 50% through the book. I won this kindle version in a giveaway so set off to read it right away for an honest review. Dellia and Jon's relationship didn't seem real to me there was just no chemistry. I just felt like he was strange and new and so was she if any other person would have met them first the outcome would be the same. They rarely talked which I liked and found interesting but without any glances, touches, or even talking all of the sudden they have feelings for each other. I couldn't make myself believe it. Garris was by far my favorite character very smug and a know-it-all. I felt Garris had more chemistry with Jon and Dellia than they did together. Also the plot gave me too little crumbs to work with. I found myself not caring if Jon got home or not. I couldn't connect with the characters or their story I just didn't care. I trudged on long enough to find out about the proficiency. It was easy to read and flowed very well but couldn't get my heart into it."