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The Soul of an Angel (Sisters of the Night) Hardcover – March 9, 1999
Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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She spends the first several chapters telling us in many different ways what we already know: that the heroine, Fenice, is bored and frustrated with her life of Venetian privilege and yearning for adventure on the high seas and elsewhere. Enough, already! Let's cut to the chase! But no - these points are belaboured for a while longer; her disapproving family, her boring fiance, her desire to postpone marriage for as long as possible, etc. etc. etc.
In contrast to "The Angry Angel," for most of this book Dracula is basically absent. There seems to be little real connection between him and Fenice, and little reason for one. Unlike Kelene who was trapped in a situation of dire poverty and physical danger, Fenice is in the lap of luxury. How many people in real life are desperate to flee lives of privilege for the squalor and "adventure" of street-life? This motivation is not realistic.
Finally over halfway through the book things begin to pick up, but by this time finishing the book is an act of will. My ennui was completed by the discovery that Kelene, the heroine of the first novel, has somehow morphed from a wise-beyond-her-years, interesting teenager to a spoiled, petulant brat. What?!
Let's hope the heroine of book 3, whoever she might be, realizes there's more than enough of Dracula to go around.
The residents of Varna trust no one, especially strangers. Rumors abound that a demon has surfaced, drinking the blood of his victims every night. Dracula sees Fenice as his latest concubine. He seduces her with a chance for the unfettered freedom she covets. Unable to resist his call, Fenice follows Varna back to his castle. However, already residing there is a dangerous female, who could be Fenice's sister of the night or her killer.
THE SOUL OF AN ANGEL, the second novel in Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's trilogy on Count Dracula's three brides, is a superb look into the secondary characters from Stoker's classic. The story line is weird, but intriguing as Fenice fights for more than just survival. She battles to gain a place in Dracula's heart. The relationships between the three protagonists who make up this supernatural triangle seem so real that readers will feel it must be a genuine account in spite of the blood-sucking regimen. After this tasty morsel and the previous tale (THE ANGRY ANGEL), readers will impatiently wait for the release of the third bride's tale.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another great read from the author of the Saint Germain vampire series. I just hope that the people who have the rights to the third installment of Sisters of the Night will see... Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by GinaP
i loved the first novel in this series when i was seventeen...i loved this one almost as much when i was 19, now i'm 25 and dying to read the third and final novel in this series... Read morePublished on May 15, 2006 by BCenter81
I have to agree with one of the other reviews. This was a good book, but not as interesting as the first and certainly not of the caliber you'd expect if you're a CQY fan.Published on September 21, 2002 by Lynnsey
Am reading the first and second books in this trilogy for about the third time. They both get better with every read. When will the third one be out? I anxiously await it. Read morePublished on March 2, 2002 by Barbara A Pifer