BLIND SYMPATHY BY ROBERTA BOMBONATO
AUTHOR: ROBERTA BOMBONATO
GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE
LENGTH: 239 PAGES (PAPERBACK)
Vafara is a blind composer who creates new symphonies for the world. Alone in a cabin with only her service dog, she’s not concerned in the slightest for zero cell phone reception in a secluded in the woods. This is her special time where she can be free to let her musical compositions speak to her. Israfel is a demon one assignment short from graduation: possession of an innocent soul. He’s always know he was different from others of his kind, and meeting the pure Vafara confirmed it.Will he be able to possess the passionate musician when all he wants to do is hold her? Or will he throw it all away and risk an Angels and Demons war to save her innocent soul from the dark fate that awaits?
“I truly believe and have faith that God would not have put us in this situation if he didn’t have a plan.”
What comes about when you are on a break away from family to have some me-time with just your pet dog and the house you’re hanging around begun to feel strange unexpectedly?
What will occur when you can assume somebody is there but you can’t watch it? What happens when your dog barks as never earlier?
The book is a paranormal fantasy about Vafara who is away from her mum to spend some private time practising her violin. She has only her dog Cooper with her. The most fascinating part of the story is Vafara is blind.
It was taking off regular when one night she feels someone’s existence in her room and then her dog Cooper suddenly disappears someday later.
Israfel is a demon who is a student from the demonic colloquium. He has been sent on the expedition to possess Vafara and that would earn him to his letter of recommendation.
But what happens when the demon loses to the light? Grab the book as your quarantined read and enjoy this extraordinary mission to a world of hell, heaven and Earth.
The author has very beautifully composed the romance between a demon and a human. There were so many places in the book when I felt demons are better to have a romance with(lol).
An exceptionally neat harmony between all the three worlds of hell, heaven and Earth. The portrayal of love between species as different as day and night was the most impressive part of the book.
I also loved the way there was an unexpected end to the story and I felt that I wanted to read more.
Recommended to all those who love reading unusual genuine love.
An ending note, this book taught me that love is so much more than just physical attractions and attributes.
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