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Soulbound: The Darkest London Series: Book 6 Mass Market Paperback – February 24, 2015
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"[A] perfectly paced, tremendously sexy romance set against a beautifully wrought backdrop."―Sarah MacLean, Washington Post, on Evernight
"Callihan's dazzling fifth Darkest London historical paranormal is the best installment yet. This top-notch series just keeps getting better and better."―Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Evernight
"Top Pick! 4 1/2 Stars! Callihan never disappoints or fails to surprise as she spins her tales of Darkest London. With extraordinary storytelling skills, mesmerizing characters and plots that twist and turn readers around and around, she delivers a remarkable non-stop read that sucks you in and doesn't let go. Here is a book you will think about, talk about and dream about for a long time."―RT Book Reviews on Evernight
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I think this is the best one yet. Adam and Eliza are amazing. I FELT every emotion that Ms Callihan wrote. I laughed, I cried, I fanned myself, my heart broke and then mended. This book was fabulous!
I had a hard time imagining Adam and Eliza as a couple after reading Evernight. I started this book with grave concerns and had serious doubts that a love story between these two could be pulled off. I have never been so happy to be wrong!
I won't spoil the story - but this is a must read. Especially, if you read Evernight.
Paranormal romance is not my usual genre - but I made an exception when I decided to read Firelight - justifying that it was a Victorian Paranormal and not really expecting to like it. I was hooked - I have read every book in this series and am already impatient to read Sin's book! I can't recommend this series strongly enough!!
We met both Adam and Eliza May in the previous installment in the series. It's the beginning of their (love) story - as she lays dying after being attached, Daisy and Mary Chase find her and offer her an immortal life as a GIM. They call upon Adam who sees her and realizes she is the one who was promised to him so long ago. Taking his vow she is now eternally his, well, up until Sin and Will Thorne break her free.
What exactly happened the time they spend together we know very little of, and frankly it doesn't even make any sense. He is happy she is by his side, but he is also a bit wary, he doesn't want to confide with her, yet he wants her to speak to him. She just sees a brooding annoying man who keeps her chained to his side so she gives him the "silence treatment" which annoys the heck out of him and in the end, when she finds her way out she happy to finally be free.
Eliza May has already been captured and enslaved in a certain way before she died, she was bound to Mellan. So when Adam chained her to him, for her it was twice giving away her freedom. On her first "trial" it was out of no choice since she had no one in her world back then, with Adam in a way it was also a no choice deal since she was already dead and didn't want to give her life away. It doesn't mean she willingly accept that she is bound to him..
This is where the book begins, sort of, for the past year she has been free of Adam and living with her "aunt" (actually her grandmother) Mabella the Fae. You probably remember the mentally imbalanced Mab. I couldn't stand her in the previous installment so it's not wonder I still find her a total bore. Villains that are villains because they are "evil" have no appeal to me.Read more ›
There is a great deal of emotion surrounding of Adam's situation in the story, in his longing for his mate, in the actual consummation, and also in the repercussions for those (the GIM) tied to Adam - and for a time it looks as though more HEAs than just Eliza's and Adam's are at risk. There is also a great set up for our next leading man, Sin, who suffers so here, and also some glimpses into Lucien's pain that make me want to know more of his history.
Where the story worked less well for me was in the ending. While the resolution of the conflict with this story's odious villains was great, I didn't like the vehicle for Eliza and Adam's HEA - and I guess that I missed something about the GIM king situation that made it necessary.
So bottom line is that I liked this -with nits- and I liked seeing Eliza more powerful and Adam more vulnerable.
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I don't know if I read this faster than I did the other books, but it sure went by too fast for me. I love how Callihan intertwines all of these characters, yet makes each book its... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Winter A. Peck
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Enjoying this series came as a small shock to me, as I'm not a romance reader. I devoured it in its entirety in one week and now I'm anxiously awaiting the next book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jenny girl
Not the author's fault. Publisher made major errors in later chapters, including repeating a portion of an earlier chapter and deleting a portion of another chapter. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Margaret Shelley
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