Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger

Midnight Valentine by J.T. Geissinger
Pages: 326
on February 5, 2018

A hauntingly powerful love story in the tradition of The Notebook and The Time Traveler's Wife. "How can you remember someone you've never met?" Megan and Cassidy were childhood sweethearts who thought they'd be together forever, but fate had other plans. Soon after they were married, Cass's life was tragically cut short. Still grieving her soul mate five years later, Megan moves to the small town of Seaside, Oregon, hoping to rebuild her life. Her first night there, she meets the town recluse, Theo. Withdrawn, guarded, and mysteriously silent since a terrible accident left him scarred, Theo takes an instant and inexplicable dislike to Megan. But as their paths cross again and again, Megan becomes convinced there's more to Theo than meets the eye. When she discovers the reason for his silence, his nightmares, and especially his pointed dislike, Megan becomes convinced of something far more astonishing. Is a second chance at a once-in-a-lifetime love possible, or is a broken heart the cruelest kind of liar?

Also by this author: Melt for You, Ache for You, Dangerous Beauty, Hot As Sin: A Bad Habit Novella, Sin With Me, Wicked Intentions (Wicked Games, #3), Wicked Sexy (Wicked Games #2), Dangerous Desires, Dangerous Games, Rules of Engagement

“One lifetime wasn’t enough to love you.”

One of the most amazing love stories I ever read! Cross my heart.
I’ve always believed that there’s only one soul mate, one big love for each of us in our lifetime. This book proved me wrong.

I’ve never put much thought in reincarnation, but it’s not something I dismiss completely. I love the concept of serendipity and this book is so full of it, that it’s scary.

“How can you remember someone you’ve never met?”

This book gave me so many goose bumps, i felt so many emotions, that now I’m just a big mumbo jumbo, I don’t even remember my name. It made me think of the person I loved more than anything in this life, the one I’ve lost, but it taught me that

“Death doesn’t end a relationship. Only a life.”

Soulful, touching, soul-stirring, emotional, breathtaking, amazing can perfectly describe this story. It’s beyond words, really.
J.T. Geissinger, you managed to touch my heart and soul with yet another masterpiece. Thank you!