UNREQUITED is the second book in the contemporary romantic trilogy
(Book 1: Wantin Book 3: Sated)
Read alsoBook Two of the Sons of Odin; Druantia's Curse
L.A. Hammer has now published three novels, the first three books in the Sons of Odin series. His first: Book One of the Sons of Odin; Odin’s Awakening, was published in 2012, and received these quotes from Kirkus reviews:The novel has a wealth of plot and spends more time relaying information than describing action, but when the action comes,…
Truth Devour's wandering hero, Talia, is still searching for the man that the gypsy in Wantin, and the psychic in Unrequited, have assured her is looking for her. She's troubled by her inability to connect with any of the increasing number of men who've fallen in love with her. Only Brad seems to have been her match, yet she's not even sure that would have worked out. Readers will delight in watching how Talia throws herself into new adventures and deftly turns would-be suitors into friends in this sequel story. Unrequited is every bit as enjoyable as Wantin and is a satisfying and delightful reading experience. Talia turns out to be a dynamic force to be reckoned with, and it's a joy to follow her as she travels to India, Haiti and the US. This series delivers beyond readers expectations.
The interwoven complexities of life follow Talia Jacobs across time. In spite of the endless challenges, she leverages remarkable strength of character to pursue clear-sighted goals to achieve her dreams. Talia has been witness to more than just the mystical Seven Wonders of the World. She has swum in open oceans, hiked majestic mountains, chanted with monks, shared laughter and a meal with the poor, yet in slumber the echoes of voices calling out her name haunt her. Visions appear as a graveyard of unrequited souls left in her wake, aching for her return. What has she become? All Talia desires is wrapped up in the image of a ghost. She wants to believe he exists, her soul mate, the yin to her yang. If only she believed in fairytales.