Book Review: From the Mist (Hidden Cove Trilogy Book 1) by Alexa Darecategories: Book, Timeswept, Steamy Romance, Pirates, Fated Mates, Historical Romance, High Seas Adventure, Romantic Adventure, 1800s Romance, Maine, Soulmates, One True Mate, Time Travel Romance
Alexa Dareabout this book: A trip to Maine with a lifelong friend. A cottage on Penobscot Bay for a long-overdue vacation. The most brilliant sunrises imaginable. This satisfying getaway triggered the idea for the Hidden Cove Timeswept Trilogy.
Our tours to lighthouses prompted the ideas for the titles. Fog on the morning ocean led to From the Mist. A wade in the waves inspired Of the Deep. A walk a rock pathway and a climb over outcroppings led to On the Edge.
Once I had the concept of "From the Mist and into his arms...," the characters of Megan, Abigail, and Jo came together and each claimed their stories.
From Amazon Reviewers:
• "Great characters and a fun plot. Frankly I appreciate reading a story like this that is full of twists and turns. A must read."
• "Alexa Dare has a smooth way of writing stories with lots of detail. I almost felt like I was in the mist as I was reading this story. This is the story of 1 of 3 women who go back in time to 1892 Maine. I love time travel stories and in this one Megan, from the present, goes back and meets with Everett, from the past, who is a supply runner and profiteer. The story is like a pirate swashbuckling adventure with a fast pace and some steamy scenes. I thought the author was very creative in making the transition from present to past. This is book 1 of a 3 book series, but it is a standalone book as well with its own story. I definitely want to read book 2 and 3 about the other 2 women and find out the conclusion to the tale."
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