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In the Flesh (The Soul Series Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Julia Barrett
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Lightning in the middle of a blizzard? Dr. Sydney Blake has read about it, but this is the first time in all her life she’s experienced it. Has her truck been struck? Blinded by the flash, she slams on the brakes and dives from the driver’s seat, right into a snow drift.
As a shivering Syd gropes to her feet, she keeps her eyes shut tight, praying she didn’t actually see what she thinks she saw in that flash of light… a golden giant standing smack dab in the middle of the road. No way. Not possible. Or is it?
In The Flesh is Book Two of The Soul Series. It is the sequel to Incorporeal.


Product Details

  • File Size: 851 KB
  • Print Length: 145 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007AYPWPW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #712,298 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Same Thing, Different Title March 12, 2012
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This is more or less a carbon copy of the first installment of the series, change the name of the characters, a different location and leave everythig else as is...personally, it was ok but I really expected more... I thought that when the obnoxious publisher character in the last book told the want to be writer that all you had to do to make a reader happy was change a few things around and basically write about the same thing - I thought it was just part of the story - I see that this author truely believes that we, the readers are not interested in something different. Author...think again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Man-na From Heaven February 19, 2012
By jwmanus
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Dr. Sydney Blake is exhausted by too many hours at work, disgusted by an ex-boyfriend who refuses to accept the "ex" part, and quite frankly, lonely as all get out. While driving home in a Montana blizzard, a man falls from the sky. Except a man can't fall from the sky. Especially not a gorgeous naked man who can't remember his name or how he ended up almost getting run over by Sydney's truck. Before too long Syd has her hands full with a gruff, but caring sheriff, an obnoxious ex, gold in them there hills, and a very delectable man with loving on his mind.

Barrett has created charming characters in Syd and Wolf. (Should I mention Wolf is very, very sexy?) I greatly enjoyed the love story. What I really liked were the strong layers of sacrifice and caring and what it means to truly live and love.

Honestly, how can anybody resist a woman who says, "That's my truck out there and he's my person. I found him...."

Solid gold.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars ROMANCE WITH A PARANORMAL THEME February 22, 2012
By Reader
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Doctor Sydney Blake works in the emergency room she has been on duty four days straight. There is a flu epidemic, that means not only are they inundated with patients, but a lot of the staff are sick too. When her boss demands she go home for a few days rest, she has no choice but to go. Sydney had just broken up with her boyfriend David Garba a fellow doctor and prime jerk. But he refuses to take no for an answer, and Sydney knows that he is going to be a problem, but she is too tired to think of that, she will deal with him another time. Driving home in the blizzard, there is a sudden a flash of lightening, and Sydney sees or thinks she sees a twelve foot man in golden armour in the road, frightened she jumps from her car. After more lightening she climbs back on the road, only to be confronted by a large naked man, and what a sight he is at around six foot five waist length hair with golden eyes. Not knowing where he has come from Sydney quickly forgets her fear remembering that she is a doctor, she helps the man into her car. The weather is too bad to drive back to the hospital, so she takes him home. Deciding to call the sheriff.
This is a very well written story. I really enjoyed this. I liked Sydney she was open and caring. The man she rescues in the blizzard Wolf, remembers very little apart from his name, and that he is here for Sydney. things soon heat up between the two, but there is some drama as well. A recommended read, that is tender, passionate with very well wrtten love scenes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good book September 19, 2013
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Second book I read in this series. Like other reviews, I was thrown by the ending. HOWEVER....I just realized that there is a sequel. Needless, to say I have since purchased it & can't wait to start reading it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Golden men??? You definitely want to read this! April 22, 2012
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This is a great sequel to Incorporeal, and I'm so glad that I got the chance to read this. I have missed reading Julia's stories so much! Julia's books all leave me wanting more, there isn't one book of hers that I have read and haven't loved. She is a stupendous writer, and if you haven't read any of her books I recommend you do.

In the Flesh is about a woman named Sydney Blake who is a doctor, and got wrapped up in a bad relationship with a guy named David Garza who is also a Doctor. One night when Sydney is on her way home there is a blizzard and the weather is horrible, and just when she thought things couldn't get any worse she saw a golden man fall out of the sky. (I love Julia's ideas) She swerves to stop from hitting him and then gets out of her car and finds a naked man in the middle of a blizzard. When Sydney gets him to safety, she checks and makes sure he is alright (which he is). When he wakes up he doesn't remember anything about himself or who he is, but one thing is for sure he sure can't resist Sydney and she can't resist him either.

Sydney and Wolf really have chemistry, and are just so great together. When I finished this book I wasn't sure how I felt about the ending. Now having time to think on it, the ending is perfect. I love how he returns. I'm not going to include any spoilers, which is why this review is so hard to write. I just want to tell you guys everything but I can't lol. I would suggest you read this book because it is a great read. Julia's books NEVER disappoint me. I would start with Incorporeal and then read In the Flesh, because you will have more of an understanding of In the Flesh. This book was So. Good. I'm always surprised by how fast her books pass by because I'm so captured by them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice romance, but a bit confusing March 29, 2012
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This quick story is about an angel who wants to return to earth to be back together with the woman he loves and their child. I really liked the fish out of water element with the H, but, agreed with the h about how confusing it was the way the H arrived via a humongous golden statue lightening bolt. Wouldn't you think that God would be a little stealthier in sending one of his emissaries down? Despite the fact that our H is an angel, this is not a religious book. I liked the way the H came off a bit naive but very focused on the h and the love between the two felt genuine as did the two of them struggling to understand the H's amnesia. It took me some time to wrap my mind around the fact that at the beginning of the book, the angel was reminiscing about his wife and child, returns to earth to impregnate her with said child, then leaves and then returns in yet another body to help raise said child. The ending did feel rushed but I would rate this read as three stars for an interesting story. I am going to read the other book this author did, Incorporeal, as I enjoyed most of this book. This is a M/F slightly steamy romance with a HEA.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Hot love story. Good sex scenes. The ending will make you swoon.
Published 8 months ago by lmh
4.0 out of 5 stars In The Flesh
I like the Soul Seies, and I picked up this short story as part of the collection. Wolf and Sydney make a sweet couple. Read more
Published 16 months ago by K.Dunst
4.0 out of 5 stars Really enjoyed this
This author is one that I know going into the book, it will be really good if not great. I have not had any problems with her books so far. This one was a joy to read. Read more
Published 19 months ago by elgato
5.0 out of 5 stars In the Flesh
A great follow up to Incorporeal this book has the story of Sidney and Wolf. Another wonderful paranormal story with a quick update on Sara and Natan De Manua. Read more
Published 22 months ago by Taina Boricua
5.0 out of 5 stars Wolf and Sydney-Five Stars
As a cowgirl, it is really hard for me to find a book about a rancher or cowgirl that portrays them accurately. The scene on checking calves in a snowstorm was so true. Read more
Published on March 18, 2012 by Stephanie Berget
3.0 out of 5 stars Better ending needed
This story starts off well but I was thrown by it just ending! I'm a need answers type of girl and it left me with a big but what about the..... Read more
Published on March 12, 2012 by Book Addict
5.0 out of 5 stars It's Raining Men! Or a Golden Man
I read this book over a weekend. I loved Incorporeal and this is a great next story in the series. The hero is everything you'd want in a man who drops from the sky in a flash of... Read more
Published on March 7, 2012 by Christine Wunch
3.0 out of 5 stars Made the Grade: In The Flesh by J. R. Barrett
3 out of 5 stars, within the genre of reading about epic loves this is one romance that catches you doesn't let you go. Read more
Published on February 24, 2012 by Jess @ From Me to You ... Book Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet, Adorable, A Great Evening's Read
I'll just ditto what was said in the other positive reviews since they are right on and I am lazy. The characters were so adorable and the story so sweet. Read more
Published on February 24, 2012 by SC'sLola
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More About the Author

Julia Barrett was born into an landed family in Northumbria in 1689. She was raised by a governess in the typical fashion of the time until, when Miss Barrett was aged 13, her mother died in a unfortunate sausage-cart accident, after which her father, driven mad by grief, began to raise her as a son, cutting her long tresses, dressing her in trousers, and enrolling her in school.

She quickly showed an affinity for writing which was encouraged by the headmaster who saw in her a return to the classical English style that was, at the time, being overwhelmed by the popular realism style growing in the Continent. With the headmaster's help, Barrett was able to publish some short essays and dramas, but to little acclaim.

It was while attending university that Barrett, bound for a career as a male English instructor, discovered a new pride in womanhood brought about by a chance meeting with Henry Carey, a talented satirist five years her junior.

Though their relationship was brief, it provided Barrett with a great sense of confidence, both in her gender and her talent. She never returned to her earlier masquerade of masculinity.

Barrett's writing took on a new focus, writing romance from the point-of-view of her heroines. This new style was both highly controversial and highly popular, and would go on to make her a household name even to this day.

Julia Barrett died in 1766. Originally it was believed she died of syphilis, but further research has debunked this theory. This was likely a rumor spread by her detractors. Recent studies point to a congenital heart defect.

She was survived by fourteen children, all adopted from Africa.

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