Abithica by Susan Goldsmith



She's found the love of a lifetime, but there's a catch: the body she inhabits belongs to another.How much change can one soul endure? It would help if she knew what she was or even how such a thing was possible. The one thing she does know is that God has a sense of humor where she's concerned. Why else would He continue to place her in one host body after another without warning or a clear memory of previous switches? Abithica's responsibility is to repair her host's lives while they take a back seat. To ensure her survival and protection, she vows never to get attached, but this latest switch is different from the start. Abithica breaks all her own rules, and is left with a choice. What will happen if she refuses to leave her host's body?
Will love be her downfall or her salvation?
Paperback, 252 pages
Published June 15th 2011 by Twilight Times Books

Abithica has a powerful, intense storyline that had me glued to the pages. Susan Goldsmith didn't let me stop gasping until the last page. Only then did Goldsmith say, okay, now I’ll let you breathe. Goldsmith took me on a heavenly sadistic thrill ride with nerve-wracking sharp turns. Abithica and Lane’s rollercoaster romance had me begging Susan Goldsmith to please give these two their happily ever after. Goldsmith is a fantastic at writing intense, nail-biting suspense. She had my heart racing until the end.

Abithica, who inhabits different bodies, had just landed in Sydney, and this body is going to make her break all the rules. One of the rules: don't fall in love. Well, that one just goes right out the door when she meets Lane. Abithica has been fixing problems in the lives she inhabits, but now, she’s the one who needs fixing. She longs to have her own body, and to feel love and be loved.

Lane is twenty three, and a gorgeous, sexy, fun guy.  Abithica is Lane's forever love and there’s no way he’s going to live without her. But that's the whole problem for Abithica who is in Sydney's body. Lane is in love with Sydney. Abithica is tired of this cruel joke that she has been given and she ready to take what she could never have.

Abithica is definitely intense and intriguing, with a dark, sadistic side going on. Abithica and Lane's romance is hot and heart-breaking. I recommend Abithica as a must read. The author left an opening for a second book which I hope Susan Goldsmith will write.    

1 comment:

  1. I bought this book on kindle FOREVER ago and still have not read it! I'm horrible. It sounded really good! Glad you loved it! I definitely need to get to it soon.


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