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Stone Kissed eNovel Book Cover. Written by Keri Stevens.

Stone Kissed is an eNovel written by Keri Stevens. This work tells the story of a witch named Delia Forrest who has the ability to talk to statues. She returns to her family's ancestral home in the middle of a crisis. In doing so, she comes in contact with a cousin of hers named Cecily Johnson. Cecily is described in this work as being a Succubus and has some aspects of the powers of a Succubus as well.


Contents

Overview

  • Title: Stone Kissed
  • Author: Keri Stevens
  • Published By: Carina Press
  • Length: Novel
  • Format: eNovel
  • ISBN-13 Number: 9781426891014
  • ASIN: B004CJ812Y
  • Publishing Date: December 27, 2010


Plot Summary

When Delia Forrest talks to statues, they talk back. She is, after all, the last of the Steward witches.

After an arsonist torches her ancestral home with her estranged father still inside, Delia is forced to sell the estate to pay his medical bills. Her childhood crush, Grant Wolverton, makes a handsome offer for Steward House, vowing to return it to its former glory. Delia agrees, as long as he'll allow her to oversee the restoration.

Working so closely with Grant, Delia finds it difficult to hide her unique talent—especially when their growing passion fuels her abilities.

But someone else lusts after both her man and the raw power contained in the Steward land. Soon Delia finds herself fighting not just for Grant's love, but for both their lives...


Critical Review

The following review is from the Amazon.com link in the External Links below:


  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Fun read!
  • Reviewed On: December 28, 2010
  • Reviewed By: K. Opsahl


I really liked this book. It had great characters and a great storyline. Delia Forrest is the last of the Steward witches. She grew up being ashamed of her gifts (being able to speak to statues). Her father verbally abused her and always found a way to keep her away from home. Now an arsonist has set fire to her family home, Steward House, with her father in it. He is in critical care and she must come home to take care of him. Once she is home, Grant Wolverton makes her an offer she can't refuse. He wants to buy the house and restore it but he will pay her to oversee the entire operation. With the piling medical bills for her father, she has no choice.

Grant has his own unique abilities; he is able to find that one special and rare item which suits him well since him and his business partner, Lars, are art and antiques dealers. Grant himself has an abusive past and spent most his life protecting his sister, Randi. One of the main reasons for buying Steward House was to build a safe place for him and his sister.

Right away we feel the attraction Grant and Delia have for each other. It sizzles right off the pages and I was always waiting for that "moment" and when it finally happened I was cheering them on!

Enter the nemesis, Cecily Johnson, who is Delia's distant cousin. She is a succubus and wants everything Delia has. This women has some serious mental issues and makes for an interesting foe. She has tried many times to get the Steward house but Delia's father was immune to her "charm". Delia notices something odd about her also and has the feeling that she shouldn't let this women touch her at all.

Now that Delia is home it seems that the statues are becoming more alive. They even start to walk! Now on top of trying to hide from everyone that they talk to her (even though the whole town knows and doesn't care), she now has to go chasing down the statues that decide they want to explore the town at night!

This book had romance, intrigue and humor. Worth the read! I hope there is another book because I think there was something going on between Lars and Randi and I would definitely read that story!


Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it as well shortly.


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