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Review: The Reunited by Shiloh Walker

Reunited, and it feels so good

Reunited 'cause we understood

There's one perfect fit

And, sugar, this one is it

Have you ever had a person you didn't know keep showing up in your dreams? You don't know exactly who this person is, but they seem to know you every time you show up? Well, if not, you might be missing out. In this second chance romance, love transcends time. Joss Crawford is reunited with a woman he feels he should know, Drucell Chapman. Dru recognizes Joss but doesn't know from where. This is where it gets interesting.

I must confess to a bias. When I read a story about slaves aka human trafficking, (because why call it what it is? Let's sugar coat it for all the people in denial about modern slavery.) I am going to probably rate it higher. I like when slavery rings are busted up. And this one definitely needs to be taken down.

Joss and Dru appear to be at cross purposes at first. This is when the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. When Joss and Dru come to an understanding, the case starts to rapidly move forward. Thank goodness! What I like about this psychic twist is the second chance at getting love right. Joss and Dru may have lost their love early. This time, they are going to give their best shot to make it work. This is the happily ever after we are all looking for in this life, and every life if you believe in reincarnation. Recommended to hopeless romantics who love second chance themes.

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