Monday, November 12, 2012

Proximity Review

Title: Proximity
Author: M. A. George
Genre: Sci-fi/ Romance
Pages: 158

The Blurb: Dr. Palta Capal would be a typical American career woman…if only she were human.

She has found her calling in this world as a physician. It’s an ideal outlet for her compassionate spirit...and unearthly healing powers.

Palta may spend her nights rereading Jane Austen novels, but she deliberately avoids pursuing her own love story. Human men—attractive as they may be—inevitably grow old and wither, leaving her to grieve in solitude. Frankly, no one has seemed worth the torment.

Enter Eric Moran, the intensely attractive and enigmatic new coworker on the scene. With his quiet confidence and warm smile, he manages to draw Palta’s attention. Little does she know that he, too, holds a secret…one that will propel them both into an escalating collision of two worlds.

My Review: I began reading this book skeptically afraid that I would not like the story at all. I was completely surprised as I threw myself into the depths of Proximity. I lost all track of time while reading it.  As my mind wrapped around the sci-fi aspects I fell in love with the characters. I couldn't believe how connected I became with this book. I laughed, cried, yelled and felt the fear and anxiety of Proximity. It reminded me of the importance of family as well as love and friendship. This book left my mind to picture the landscape to a world that was both beautiful and awe inspiring.

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