The sinking of the Titanic was one of the most shocking tragedies in history. Rosalee has always had a strange fascination with the whole thing. She never understood why she was so curious about the ship, the passengers, and the sinking… Until she visited an artifact exhibit in Las Vegas, and started having dreams of being a passenger on the ship in 1912.
Once she finds out which passenger she is portraying in these visions, she does some research and finds out that not only is the woman buried nearby, but she also has a striking resemblance to her.
Now she has a million questions, and the only thing that can help her get the answers is the spirit of the passenger… And possibly the handsome Historian in a suit.
I literally wish I could rate this novel over five stars. To say I loved it would be an understatement. This book was absolutely amazing and I’m heartbroken that I finished it in the few days I did.
Scholl postings such a wonderful picture. I felt like I was aboard the Titanic. I felt I was in the story watching it all. I was hooked from the first chapter, which is very rare for me.
Rosa and Bradley are solid characters and there love raises from the pages. From the first time he is mentioned you know they are in love and anything less than that would be wrong. They are prefect for one another. I’m not going to spoil anything, but if the ending that happened would of been different I would have been disappointed and heartbroken.
The story was amazing and I will definitely read Scholl’s work again. She’s an amazing writer and a vividly brilliant story partner.