Review: Mystic’s Touch by Dena Garson

February 14, 2014 Review 1

Review: Mystic’s Touch by Dena Garson

Blush sensuality level: This is a sensual romance (may have explicit love scenes, but not erotic in frequency or type).

When Prince Ceros returns home to take his place on the throne, he falls prey to a mysterious malady that leaves him unable to speak or move, though his thoughts and awareness remain intact. Danet, a talented healer, realizes the prince is alert inside his body. The two are able to share thoughts telepathically. Unfortunately her connection with Ceros may bring unwanted attention to her abilities and result in her banishment from the city.

Their unique bond grows as Danet races to find a remedy for the prince’s condition. Desire turns to love, which makes Danet fear for their future when he awakens. They seek out the villain attempting to take the throne and endeavor to find a way to stay together.

Inside Scoop: Ceros’ secret shifter status adds complication and intrigue to their budding romance.

Title: Mystic's Touch
Author: Dena Garson
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Ghostly Persuasion
Source: Publisher
Published: February 13th 2014
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Undoubtedly mystical, Mystic’s Touch contains brave, unique, and entertaining characters. Set in a hot, arid, desert, the novel exudes a somewhat Arabian Nights feel.

Interestingly enough, Prince Ceros had been struck immobile in almost half of the whole novel. Relying only on the mental communication between the prince and healer Danet, Dena Garson displays her storytelling abilities in not only advancing the twisting plot steadily, but also by keeping the scenes alive and engaging. Showing the humans’ capacity to trust in a world where nothing is what you think it is, love blossomed between two people unlikely to meet, yet destined to fall in love and be together.

Mystic's Touch

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