Jeffery Rossi wants to be a man of logic but finds himself basing his life's decisions on a prophecy delivered at the hands of an old gypsy fortuneteller. The death of his beloved wife coupled with the loss of what he thought would be his carefully crafted future, have spun him onto a path of self-destruction.
"Three children will come from you - a king and two queens."
Jeff believed he knew how his future would unravel, but he's about to get a lesson in how the Universe works. Fate should not be left to the interpretation of mere mortals. Interfere and suffer, surrender...and let the fates help you find your destiny.
"No matter what you do, no matter how far away you run, what's written in the stars cannot be undone."
All books in the series are interconnected, but each may be listened to as a standalone.
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"Lost in Rewind is an intense, mystical tale of love, fate and redemption" (Daily News)
I work from home and am an avid "reader/listener" of Erotica and Romance... every day. I'm always looking for the next "good read"!
This book had me at the first few paragraphs. The main characters are very well entwined... Jeffrey's life is one tragedy to the next. You can't help but feel for the guy.
Jeff loves two women, and has been told by a fortune teller, that there will be a woman who will "heal him". Jeff makes an assumption that he knows who this woman is and it's just a matter of time and all will be right in his world... he is very mistaken.
I love the way this book is written. It flows easily and right when you think you've figured out how things will turn out, another twist comes into play.
The conclusion puts everything together and you'll have resolution by the end of the book.
The narrators are three of my favorites, and they do such a good job of putting you right in the story, you feel as if you are watching everything unfold. I loved their performance!
I'm giving this book 5 stars all the way! You get a great love story, humor, sadness, anger, some sex (not much), and an ending that doesn't leave you hanging. I highly recommend this for a great listen/read.
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