Phantom of the Wind By Charlotte Boyett-Compo

Elloraís Cave

Futuristic

ISBN: 1-4199-0514-7

Reviewed by Ley

   

 

Kendall Bryne was left heartbroken two years ago when the man she loved, Rory Quinn, cast her aside.  She threw herself into her work as a healer aboard a medivac to help her get through the pain. Just when she was beginning to think she had moved past him she was forced to confront him again.  Rory is a wanted thief, who has mocked the laws and the authority of the Riezell Conclave, Kendall knew the Guardians would be rough on him if he was ever captured, but she never expected the badly beaten bloody mess that was brought to her.  Even under the stressful circumstances Kendall knew that underneath all the pain she felt because of him, she was still in love with Rory Quinn.

This is a very good story.  Phantom of the Wind is a very touching story and Charlotte Boyette-Campo did a great job with the characters as well as this futuristic universe she created.  The love between Kendall and Rory is strong and very beautiful and I found myself tearing up a few times while reading it.  The chemistry between them is passionate and extremely hot.  Kendallís memories of the love they shared before Rory left her, made it clear as to why it was so hard for her to let go and forget him.  And as anguished as she was over the condition he was in when he was brought to her medivac, she kept her feelings in check as she worked to save him. I really admired that.  Phantom of the Wind is a great story and Iím certain anyone who loves sci-fi and romance will absolutely adore it.

Note: Phantom of the Wind is a standalone novel, but it does incorporate many of the characters from WindVerse's prior novels.

     

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