The Bracelet

When college student, Aislinn Kennedy, goes to bed at night, a mysterious event keeps happening—she's being tucked in at night by what she thinks is a ghost. Although she has a boyfriend named Eddie, who doesn't pay any attention to her, she tries to entice him into making love to her, but he always refuses, telling her that he's too tired and that he works hard at his job as a cop. When she starts getting tucked in by something unseen, she thinks she should be scared, but she's actually comforted by the feeling she gets every night and tells the ghost not to go. But, this is no ghost that is tucking her in at night. Immortal, Prince Alaric Velstar of Polasia, from a whole other dimension away, where time doesn't mean much, enlists the aid of Sauron, the castle wizard, to make a magical bracelet that will bring Aislinn to Polasia, for there is a secret about her that she doesn't even know about—she is the long lost daughter of Sauron, and she's also an Angel. Both Alaric and Sauron wish for Aislinn to come to Polasia, but it has to be her choice. What will she choose? To stay on Earth with her family and to go to school and remain in a loveless relationship with Eddie, or to go to a strange land where monsters roam and need to be fought, and where, she to, will become immortal.

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By Lena (Kissimmee, FL) · ★★★★☆ · December 27, 2011
Love Crosses Dimensions


Lena Winfrey Seder

Beth Muscat’s fantasy romance, “The Bracelet,” takes us on an exciting journey from Earth to the far away planet of Polasia in another dimension. Though I normally don’t read fantasy or paranormal romances, this particular story captured my interest.

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By Erin (Phoenix, AZ) · ★★★★★ · January 03, 2012
The story was lovely. The author created an interesting reality that braced between reality and fantasy. Love, adventure and sympathetic characters made it hard to put down. I'm always a fan for the rough and tumble adventure, but Beth has taken it beyond that and made us really think about the e... ...more
By Jennifer (Brewster, MA) · ★★★★★ · February 22, 2012
loved it
i got it free but i woould of paid for it
if i had to
its worth buying
By Eve (La Quinta, CA) · ★★★★☆ · June 28, 2012
Very fun. Pulled me into another world. It's like a Disney fairy tale and I loved it. ...more
By Elissa (The United States) · ★★★★★ · February 25, 2012
This is the second book that I've read from Ms. Muscat, the first one being Remember the Eyes. I love the author's use of first person for her characters. I feel this is a point of view that is often neglected or never used. It was refreshing. This book was such a fast read that I finished it in... ...more
By Wendy (Reading, PA) · ★★★★☆ · May 17, 2013
The Bracelet Beth Muscat
Alaric lives on a different planet in another dimension. Alaric is constantly fighting monsters that continue to attack the people of his world. Alaric has found a woman in another dimension that he is in love with (Aislinn), so he has a bracelet made for her so she can c... ...more