THE WATERLORD by DAWN THOMPSON
Some loves you can drown in....
**2006 PEARL NOMINEE - BEST FANTASY/MAGICAL ROMANCE
Lady Rebecca's life changed forever in the blink of an eye. One moment she was fleeing her father across a storm- swept Bodmin Moor, in the next, her carriage overturned on a steep gorge. But she did not die. Somehow, she was pulled clear. There was an eerie luminosity about her savior, a fluid silver aura like the lightning filling the night sky. And while his voice was deep, mellowó comforting, like the music of the waterfall he haunted, it, too, held a hint of the Otherworldly. Who was this strange savior, this displaced foreign nobleman? Everything about the Count was an enigma. Becca had heard myths of the Fossegrim: creatures that traveled between the astral and the physical planes through waterfalls, driven to find ecstasy with human women then vanish forever. From their world, humans never returned. This man, Becca was willing to follow.
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"brilliant second book from a rising star"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted November 23, 2006
I knew several people who have read The Waterlord and raved
it was brilliant, even better than The Ravencliff Bride.
Even though I know these are astute reviewers and I trust
their judgement, I had to admit I needed to see for myself
because I loved the beauty of "Bride Read more...
"Fast Rising New Talent Showcases Originality"
Reviewed by Marilyn Rondeau
Posted January 6, 2007
After reading reviews posted on the internet, it was with
great anticipation that I picked my second novel, by new
author Dawn Thompson. Geared up and looking forward to new
sensual world featuring my two favorite genres --
historical with a dash of paranormal to spice it up - I
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"a myth brought to life"
Reviewed by Michele Patrykus
Posted April 3, 2008
Count Klaus Lindegren is hiding. Hiding from Illia, a spurned
lover? Or is he hiding from his fate? What will he find on a
muddy road? Will he find fate or..?
Lady Rebecca Gildersleeve is on the run from her father. Baron
Gildersleeve lost Becca in a gambling wager. She Read more...