5 out of 5 stars
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Eva by Diane Solomon is a romance novel about a woman named Eva and her reluctance to enter into a romantic relationship with a veterinarian named Michael. Eva is a loner with a secret that prevents her from getting close to other humans. Her first love is the animals she cares for at local animal rescue and veterinary facilities. One day, it was discovered that through touch therapy, Eva could heal sick and hurt animals. After Eva's Aunt Sophie's death, she receives a letter from her informing her that the father she never knew is the rich and powerful William Hastings III. Eva becomes curious about why her mother kept her father a secret and ponders if he even knows she exists. Read this spiritual novel to learn the truth about Eva's secret, her healing skills, and her father.
Diane Solomon has done an excellent job with this novel. The demographics are vividly described, and I could easily visualize Eva and Jamie swimming with dolphins. It was easy for me to relate to Eva's love and care for all types of animals. Her dog, Cookie, was portrayed as a loyal and loving companion, which was also relatable. I appreciate that the author broke this book into small chapters that kept the plot flowing smoothly. This story's paranormal, spiritual, and scientific aspects were thought-provoking. They kept me thinking about them for a long time because I have always wondered why medicine can cure some people and not others. One of my favorite lessons in this book is that money does not provide you with good health.
I found nothing to dislike about this enjoyable book. The exceptional editing, well-written and smooth-flowing plot, moral lessons, adventure, romance, and mystery make the book worthy of a perfect score of 5 out of 5 stars. I found nothing that would justify giving this book a lower score.
The non-borderline profanity and sexual content make this book most suitable for mature readers who enjoy romance novels mixed with the paranormal. The discussions between spiritual and scientific healing theories make this book ideal for all religious and non-religious believers.
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