REVIEW: Hope of Heaven, Project Prometheus 2 by Esther Mitchell from Aspen Mountain Press

Title: Hope of Heaven, Project Prometheus 2
Author: Esther Mitchell
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Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press
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Genre: Action / Adventure, Paranormal
Publication date: February 2008
Rating: Light / Sensual
ISBN: 978-1-60168-089-1
Length: Novel
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

Peter Talladay has come home to die. Actually, he’s come home to let his body die for his spirit passed a long time ago. Now Matt has
brought in a new torment for him. A woman who is slowly bringing back to life more than just the legs that have been almost useless since the Middle East. A beautiful, red-haired woman who has walked his dreams for the past months and has somehow entered the one organ he’s thought long dead- his heart. Only a new evil stalks not only him, but Hope as well. This time they’ll win.

Having loved Manara as a sister, Dr. Hope MacKenzie has no idea just what her best friend is pulling her into. One look into Peter’s eyes and she knows she can’t leave this tortured man to die when she can save him. Little does she realize that in saving Peter, she saves herself as well. The ancient evil that has stalked them to loose chaos upon the world will stop at nothing to get what it wants, including using an innocent child.

Wow! In book two, Esther Mitchell has completed a smooth transition into the next chapter of “good versus evil” with an enthralling read adding a new character to an already fine cast. I can’t wait to see what comes next. There are dreams, visions, demons, egotists and a couple of nice surprises. I found it a pleasure to read.

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