Author: Tabitha Vohn
Published: June 13/13 by CreateSpace
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Love runs blood deep; permanent, inescapable.”
Tabitha never believed that the hardcore rock artist who had dominated her fantasies and haunted her dreams would actually feel the same, powerful connection to her. Driven to him by an irreconcilable force that she couldn’t conquer, Tabitha finds herself in the embrace of a man who is both her soul mate and her spiritual opposite. Together, they bind each other’s hearts, recklessly ignoring the fatal imperfections of their relationship in a desperate attempt to fulfill their soul’s desire. When their frustrations towards sex, commitment, and monogamy mount to a tempestuous climax and threaten to destroy their union, both must make a decision about the extent to which they are willing to sacrifice in devotion to the other. Requiem for the Fallen is an experiment in the boundaries of love. It is a tale of choices, redemption, and the childlike hope that believes in a power that can change even the most damaged of hearts.
*Recommended for Adults and Mature Teens, as it contains some language and scenes of sensuality.
This is definitely a character driven novel. The thoughts and feelings of the characters are what drives this story forward. It is quite remarkable in that manner. I feel that I know the characters intimately, yet at the same time they are still a mystery to me. That paradox keeps you coming back for more and leaves you quite intrigued.
As a whole this was a very enjoyable read. It`s a one of a kind story that will keep you thinking.