It's rare to come upon Book Three in a series (the first two books were not seen by this reviewer) and find in it a story that is quick to involve, and absorbing without needing prior familiarity with its predecessors; but Find Me Again holds the capability of standing well alone as well as enhancing the overall series, and that's a rare quality, indeed.
Over a hundred years ago two lovers promised to always be together, throughout eternity. So far, nothing new - except that the promise was made during the Civil War, when one lay dying, and fate has led to yet another dying man's wish to join two families together in Find Me Again, the grand finale to the series.
Not having read the others, this reviewer finds Find Me Again a rare dance between generations who share a common purpose and a promise. As romances go, it's far more complex than most, taking the overtones of love and transforming them into a family saga that succeeds in overcoming the effects of war and even terrorism to probe the nature of an uncommon link between ancestors, fate, and death-defying love.
Audiences who like their romances complex and winding will find in this book (and likely the rest of the series) a rare gem....Continua