Monday, February 1, 2016

Out of the Blue and into the Black: "Redemption of Shadows" by Cathy M. Conway

It is always fun to discover a new Phantom author and see what journey they have in store for our favorite characters. I recently downloaded "Redemption of Shadows" by Cathy M. Conway and started glancing at it to get an idea of what she was doing... and next thing, I was half way into it! This is a very addictive story!
The story begins with Erik recovering from a drug induced sleep, a ploy for Christine to come back and be with him at his death bed. The Persian left them alone, so, who knows what happened between them? Two days later, Amir is finally getting Erik to return to life. A life without his beloved Christine. Was it really worth it? It would have been easy to just slip into the great beyond.
But, no. Fate has other things in store for him. He returns from an outside excursion to find someone has entered his passage ways. Determined to find the intruder and possibly put an end to their snooping with his ever ready punjab lasso... he finds, instead, a limp bundle that turns out to be an unconscious, bloodied and beaten young woman. He is taken aback. Erik rescues her and nurses this mystery woman in his lair and as she slowly comes round, between doses of morphine, she claims not to know her name or who she is. What she is, to Erik, is a stunning beauty who has been terribly mistreated. How and why, he might never learn. But one thing was for certain, she was keeping him interested and giving him a new reason to live...
If you love Phantom fiction and are looking for an intriguing new take on the classic, then be sure to find your way to a copy of Ms. Conway's "Redemption of Shadows"! You will be very glad you did!

6 comments:

  1. Oh, I can hardly wait to read Cathy's version!!! I have her book but must wait due to other commitments. Stephanie, your review is excellent and illustration enticing! Diane

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    1. Thank you! I understand (completely) where you're coming from. :)

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  2. Thanks so much, Diane! I think you'll enjoy it! And thank you for reading and commenting!

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie, for the wonderful review. I'm thrilled that you enjoyed my novel. Your illustration brings a smile to my face every time I see it.

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    2. Thanks so much, Cathy! I loved the chemistry between Erik and the "mystery" woman! I'm so glad you liked the drawing!

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