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Dark Redemption (Broken Souls) (Volume 1) Paperback – August 15, 2016
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Dark Redemption is a quick, erotic read with lots of sensual love scenes.
Eitan is a tough guy with a painful past and that's one of the reasons I was drawn to his character. Learning about what happened and the guilt he felt softened his tough guy exterior. With Sofia, I liked how she was this unlucky in love gal, who suddenly finds herself locked in a perilous situation with Eitan as her protector.
The book is a quick read and that was my main critique with it. I felt like there was so much crammed into this tiny story, the plot would've been more suited for a full-length book instead of a short story. I would've liked to see more romantic development build up between Eitan and Sofia, along with the glimpses into his past and the climax towards the end.
Shy bookish Sofia Boon has secretly been crushing on her next door neighbor Carl Roberts. When Sofia finally gets the nerve to ask Carl to dinner he doesn’t show up Sofia decides to bring dinner to his place. When Sofia gets there she meets a stranger Eitan Kent who she thinks is Carl’s roommate or is he.
For some reason I could easily see Sofia in my head but struggled with Eitan’s physical descriptions well besides his body and cock but in actuality I really don’t know what he looked like. I think Eitan was pretty scary too. I really felt very apprehensive to even like him at all I did like Sofia though. Also since the book is quite short the story moved a little too quickly especially the romance between Sofia and Eitan. I think considering the situation from the Stockholm syndrome to insta-love between captor/victim was just fast also. I wanted a little bit more then Sofia and Eitan lusting after each other then boom end up in bed together. I did want a little bit of Eitan, Sofia’s past history and some of the other side characters too. I still thought the story was okay it just needed more and to be a bit longer.