Review: Sandy Shore by Yolanda Sfetsos
Cain was killed by a sorcerer and dumped inside a tainted room. All alone, with only his thoughts to ponder, he begins to regret the fact he betrayed his best friend. When a thing calling itself the Soul Dealer offers him a second chance at life, he accepts.
Sandy Watkins intends to spend Halloween night by herself, in the beach cottage her parents left for her. But tonight, she plans to end the depression plaguing her every waking moment.
If Cain doesn’t save Sandy before the end of Halloween night, both of their souls will belong to the Dealer.
This is the sequel to last year’s Halloween tale, Alana Blues by Yolanda Sfetsos. It continues the story of Cain and Sandy. Our poor hero has made a deal with the devil that involves Sandy. On the road to saving her, he comes to recognize the love for her he’s been suppressing. For Sandy, Cain is the one bright spot left in her life. When the two get back together this Halloween, they will be each other’s redemption.
As the story moves along, Cain’s transformation from an uncaring bastard to one who deserves heaven is obvious. This is a very sweet Halloween romance.
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