Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Review: Breathe for Me by Rhonda Helms

Breathe For Me by Rhonda Helms
Published Date: August 5, 2014
Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
Genre: YA

The Story: Isabel’s been cursed since the Middle Ages.

Desperate to escape an arranged marriage, she made a hasty bargain with a demon, asking for liberation from an oppressive husband-to-be and the excitement of travel. But the demon’s “gift” came at a steep cost. Each time he moves her to a new city, her memory’s wiped. No one can touch her bare skin without injury or even death. And she sees the lifespan of every living being (and is, in fact, immortal herself).

All a constant reminder that she’s different than other teen girls.  

But New Orleans seems to accept her as she is. She has friends and a real life in this quirky, hot city. Then Isabel meets Dominic, whose deep soul and strong character draw her to him. Her growing love gives her the courage to confront the demon, insisting the curse be broken. But the demon’s price for freedom is much, much higher than she could possibly give.



My Review: This book was an awesome read!   It would suck living forever and not being able to get close, let alone touch anyone.  Isabel is getting tired of the life.  I loved reading how Isabel handled the hand she had been dealt- and if she was able to break the curse.  

This is an easy read, and kept me engaged the whole time!!  




Author Bio:

Rhonda Helms started writing several years ago. She has a Master's degree in English and a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing. She also edits for Carina Press (an imprint of Harlequin Publishing) and freelance edits.

When she isn't writing, she likes to do amateur photography, dig her toes into the sand, read for hours at a time, and eat scads of cheese. WAY too much cheese.

Rhonda lives in Northeast Ohio with her family.

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