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Fevered Souls Book 1: A New Adult Paranormal Romance by [Falls, S.K.]
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Editorial Reviews

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"Must read for paranormal lovers like me." --Michelle's Paranormal Vault Book Blog 

"An amazing, fun read...packed with action, with great characters and a storyline that will leave you speechless. Loved it!" --Bianca2B Book Blog
 

From the Author

At the time of this writing, book 2 is done! This has been such a fabulous experience. I've loved every moment of connecting with readers, getting dinged for cliffhangers (I really should get a "cliffhangers happen" t-shirt), and coming up with the next plot twist.

Product Details

  • File Size: 9737 KB
  • Print Length: 358 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 25, 2013
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EAV2R4W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #939,973 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was really intrigued by the synopsis of this book, and I didn't know what to expect as far as the paranormal aspect as it does not tell you anything about it, but I was pleasantly surprised. I have not read a lot of books with this aspect in them before, so it was refreshing for me, but I don't want to tell you what it is because I think it will ruin a bit of the experience of reading this book, however, I will tell you that it is not vampires or shifters, and that still leaves a wide variety on what it could be.

I really enjoyed how this book is set in our world, and just has the paranormal creatures in it. The characters were well written as well, I didn't find anyone to be annoying or "out of reach" as far as how we normally behave. Cara has been through a lot in recent years, and coming back to Eden was not an easy choice for her to make, and I can understand that, when you venture out on your own you always hope that it will work out, and when it doesn't, you feel like life has beaten you.

Dax has his secrets, and that makes him even more inviting to Cara. Their connection is instant when they meet, and she is a little confused why he seems so reluctant to be around her, but when we find out what his secrets are, it all becomes clear.

There is a lot of action in this book, and I really enjoy that, it makes the pacing go a little faster. I cannot wait to pick up the next in the series as this one left off on a great cliff hanger, and I need to know what happens! I give this one a 4/5.
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I love romance novels (especially when they have crazy-beautiful covers), and if they have a paranormal plot I am sooo there. Unfortunately, the plot in Fevered Souls left me with too many questions and a ton of frustration...and not in a good way.

Character development was two-dimensional and inconsistent. The plot had huge holes throughout, and the story ended with a cliff hanger that gave no plausible explanation for the future series arc.

The nitty gritty:

Cara returns home from Chicago because she couldn't find a job after graduating college. Of course, she didn't come home to be near her emotionally broken mother. She came home because of a job advertised in her home town. I gave Cara the young, selfish, get-out-of-jail card on this one because I figured it was part of her growth arc.

Nope. Just her character.

Now, Cara supposedly has a college degree. However, she went to the interview with no real knowledge of the company, its workings or the owner. All of which could have been gleaned from the internet before she went to the interview so she was armed with knowledge to support her qualifying skills for the position. (She did this after the interview. Just...wow.)

When the owner, who is of course gorgeous and uber Midas wealthy (with no explanation as to how he has the money he does, what kind of company/companies he owns, etc.) tells her the job is unavailable, Cara has a meltdown and says "It's not fair." Again, just...wow.

I would have never hired someone just based on that ridiculous outburst alone. She was to be the liaison between his company/companies and the many philanthropic projects he supported in the community.
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I really enjoyed this book and it definitely had me turning the pages. It had the paranormal and mystery aspect that was very intriguing. My favorite of course was the romance between the two main characters, Cara and Dax. Those two together have some SIZZILING chemistry, that is for sure.

The main heroine, Cara was very likable. She was self assured and strong willed, when Cara wanted something she was not afraid to go after it. I loved her brave yet curious nature, especially when it came to the mysterious Dax Allen.

"I wish you could see how dangerous this is"

"Leave that up to me," I said, forcing myself to keep the one light." ~Dax and Cara

Mr. Dax Allen, oh holy heck he is one swoon worthy guy. Tall, dark haired, with a light French accent, and the most amazing, copper colored eyes. *whew* It is so romantic the way he loves and protects Cara, even though it goes against being what he is, which I won't say because I don't want to spoil it. I am very excited that there is going to be a Season 2 of Fevered Souls. I need to know what happen next.
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By kirstyv on September 9, 2013
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So now in the fallout of Fevered Souls I am wondering how S K Falls is going to manage all her fans clambering for a piece of the smouldering Dax Allard! And wait ladies . . .I am first in line!!!
Fevered Souls is a much better and smoother read in this 'omnibus' edition, than in the short story versions, and although S K Falls does not provide her reader with any huge surprises it is easy to become absorbed in the story of the demon and his true love.
Admittedly I do not feel that Cara is the strongest female character readers will have seen in paranormal fiction, but I can see that S K Falls is attempting to create an individual personality for her which we will identify with.
Admittedly I do not feel that Cara is the strongest female character readers may have met in paranormal fiction, but I can see that S K Falls is attempting to create an individual personality for her which we will identify with.
The sense of mystery is strong within Fevered Souls,and S K Falls writes a powerful and steamy love story which only increases in intensity as Volume 1 nears its end.
This is definitely one for fans of para-romance and readers looking for their next book boyfriend :-) . . but remember there's a queue!!!
This was given to me as a review copy, but this has had no influence on my opinion.
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