Wednesday, November 20, 2013

My 5-Star review for CIMMY by John W. Charpentier

The ravages of time tear lovers asunder. Dash Hamilton is a Civil War soldier, in love with a former slave named Cimmy. But a trip through a mysterious fog takes him to another time: one where a young woman is endangered.

This is a wild ride, with plenty of surprises along the way. The reader goes in skeptical of the premise, but by the end they are completely sold. Full of engaging characters, many of whom are a bit rough around the edges, Cimmy is a love story and an adventure. The author tells of Civil War times in a compelling and captivating fashion. There is humor throughout, and the characters play well off one another.

Can Dash save young C J Parker from a group of assassins? Why are they trying to kill her? And what will they do to those around her? The heart of a warrior knows no time. Its every beat is a struggle against the darkness. Love can reach beyond the barriers, but how far can it stretch when the distance is years?

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