Faina has been dead for one hundred and fifty years, but she’s about to become human again. All she has to do is seduce Jace Blackmon, the most honest financier ever to grace the city of angels, into signing away his soul.
Jace Blackmon has fallen in love with his fantasy woman. But when he realizes she was tricked by a demon to bring about his ruin, including the revelation of a long-buried secret to the media, he must choose between his heart or life without her.
Review: Hot, steamy, sensual and sweet. Yes, sweet. The Last Soul combines all of these delightful elements, adds a liberal dose of paranormal, a couple of mesmerizing characters and results is a combustive not-to-be-missed story!
I loved Jace to pieces. He is wonderful, kind-hearted, fun, intelligent and caring – not to mention hot. He is engaged to be married to a woman who is “perfect”. The draw back? He LOVES sex and she thinks sex equals burning in hell. Not such a great match up.
Faina has been through a lot in life (and death). She yearns for her freedom and is told that if she snatches Jace’s pure soul, she will be granted just that. But there is just one tiny problem… Well, you will have to read to find out what that is!
Carolyn Rosewood does an unbelievable job bringing both Jace and Faina to life. She breathes pure desire, along with a sensual sweetness to both of these characters. Many of the scenes will have you fanning yourself and gripping the pages as you fall under the spell of these two. Their chemistry is hot and combustible, without a doubt, yet their yearning for more than just the pleasure of the flesh will make you sigh in romantic splendor.
Though not overly long, at 85 pages, this story is written incredibly well and the length is perfect for telling the story of these two people. I cannot wait to read book 2 in this series Hunted! If you love heat-filled sweetness, hot love scenes, paranormal and great characters, this is the perfect book for you and one that I highly recommend!
Favorite Quote: He looked into eyes the color of a clear blue sky. A perfect summer, cloudless sky. Eyes so deep he could fall in and never surface. Fear wrapped itself around his heart like an icy shroud. He knew somehow if he touched her there was no turning back.