In a Heartbeat
Each beat of her heart brings her closer to the truth and closer to him…
When Jenna's husband, Paul, dies in a car wreck, he leaves his desperately ill wife one last gift: his heart. Now, as Paul's heart beats strong within Jenna, something strange is happening. Paul is leading Jenna back to Texas -- to a twin brother she never knew he had, and a past he kept secret from her.
Mitch Elliot is a mirror image of Paul -- but that can't fully explain the powerful, electrifying feeling Jenna has toward him. Paul's heart is binding her and Mitch in a way that can't be explained -- and leading them both to a truth too dark to face.
Torn by two men: Paul, the husband she never really knew, and Mitch, who is shattering all her illusions and awakening her to love -- Jenna knows she must follow her heart … at whatever the cost.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Tina Wainscott is back in a big way, with this imaginative and emotional new tale with a paranormal twist. IN A HEARTBEAT is definitely a compelling and unique story." – RT Book Reviews
⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Wainscott delivers an unusual and satisfying romance with a supernatural twist." –Publishers Weekly
A far-fetched but intriguing premise powers the latest paranormal romance from the author of Second Time Around. When heart patient Jenna Elliot's husband, Paul, dies in a car crash, Jenna receives his transplanted heart and, with it, a psychic connection to her late husband. Not only is she drawn to investigate the unusual circumstances surrounding his death, but she feels compelled to travel to a town in Texas, where she discovers Mitch Elliot--the twin brother Paul never told her about--and an old mystery concerning the murder of the twins' parents. This promising situation becomes static, however, as the characters visit and revisit the same emotional conflicts. All the while, Paul's heart conveniently reveals the necessary clues to them, bit by bit. Although fans will enjoy the complex characters and unusual plot, the story quickly loses momentum.
I loved this book! Many twists and turns along with understanding, anger, love and plenty of pain digging into the past. Mitch was wonderful (swoon) and Jenna was a good mate in the end. Best one so far in the series.