Stalked By Love
by Brenda Williamson, paranormal (2009)
Liquid Silver Books, $4.50, ISBN 978-1-59578-617-3
The synopsis provided by the publisher doesn't tell me much about the plot of Stalked By Love, but I've read stories from Brenda Williamson before and, in my experience, she can deliver a pretty good story when she's on the roll.
There are some sex scenes here, naturally. For the most part, we have a heroine, Holly Meadow, who meets a guy named Lark Ellis in a bar. They end up in bed together. However, there is more to this than meets the eye. Holly has disturbing dreams - visions, perhaps? - of being stalked by a strange man in the night, while Lark is stuck in his personal Groundhog Day scenario. Lark lives through the same time frame several times, and he has seen Holly die at the end of each cycle. Can he save her this time around?
Sounds interesting, doesn't it, this story? However, the story is actually quite underdeveloped. There are many concepts here that are intriguing in their own right, but the story is actually pretty short and as a result all those concepts don't really come together that well. Perhaps if the story had been longer, Stalked By Love would have been more memorable. Or at the very least, less half baked.
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