Orion’s Gift by Anneli Purchase

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About Orion’s Gift

While camping in the exotic landscape of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, Kevin and Sylvia, both on the run from abusive relationships, meet and fall in love.

Two things stand in the way of their happiness. One—the secrets they keep from each other. Two—their abusers hunting them down.

Will fear drive them apart or will passion and trust surmount the violence and hostility they have endured?

My Review

Told in the first person from different points of view, I found Orion’s Gift refreshing and enjoyed getting into the head of each different character.  

It was good to really get to know the cast and their back stories, having inside information as it were added to the atmosphere and kept the tension high throughout the book.  

As I read Orion’s Gift I was struck by the setting. It was beautifully described with lots of small detail that added to creating a very vivid picture of the area.

Laced with danger, tension and emotion throughout I very much enjoyed reading this novel. At the heart of Orion’s Gift  is the love story of two people leaving behind failing marriages and finding inner-strength and happiness in their new love.

Orion's_GiftLinks for Orion’s Gift:

On Amazon.com http://amzn.to/UhJE00

On Smashwords.com http://bit.ly/MFOcOX

 

AnneliBlog: http://wordsfromanneli.wordpress.com

Website: http://www.anneli-purchase.com

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13 thoughts on “Orion’s Gift by Anneli Purchase

  1. Thanks, Harvey. You know this is a story that a man could enjoy too because it takes you on a virtual tour of dry camping in Baja, and then there are the boating adventures along with the love story.

  2. That’s great, Harvey. Okay, now I’m on a roll. The same goes for The Wind Weeps. Men and boating – but it can appeal to both men and women. I know. I’m shameless when it comes to marketing my books. 😉

  3. Thanks for the review and post ladies! Looks like a great read. 🙂 Congratulations Anneli!

    • Thanks to all the visitors and commenters. I hope you have the opportunity to read Orion’s Gift someday. I had fun writing it and hope you’ll enjoy reading it. Thanks for the review, Sue, and for this post.

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