[KINDLE] ✿ Souls of Fire ❃ Vanessa Black – Motyourdrive.co.uk

Souls of Fire chapter 1 Souls of Fire, meaning Souls of Fire, genre Souls of Fire, book cover Souls of Fire, flies Souls of Fire, Souls of Fire 0df5a40d674b1 WHAT IF MAGIC EXISTED AND THE WORLD YOU LOVED WAS TO BE DESTROYEDBY THE FORCE OF YOUR OWN DESTINY Persephone Jones, An Inexperienced Young Woman, Is Starting Her First Year Of College A Dreamer And Loner, She Has Always Felt Awkward And Out Of Place Hoping For A Fresh Start, Her Reality Is Abruptly Shattered When She Encounters Exceedingly Handsome Yet Intimidating Aaron Chambers, Her College Professor Drawn To Him Against Her Better Judgment Through A Mysterious, Powerful And Dangerous Connection, She Must Defy A Centuries Old Curse And Break The Violent Bond Or Come To Terms With Her Own Terrible Destiny FOR ALL LIGHT SHALL VANISH BEFORE DARKNESSSet In America And Ireland, Souls Of Fire The First Novel Of The Souls Series Is A Mixture Of Paranormal Romance, Urban Epic Fantasy And Young New Adult, Which Also Incorporates Adventurous And Humorous Elements It Is An Epic Tale About Desire And Love, A Secret Society Of Witches And The Battle Between The Forces Of Good And Evil

10 thoughts on “Souls of Fire

  1. says:

    For all light shall vanish before darknessImagine, if you will, a world where magic is real and the world will end because of you This is the premise of Souls of Fire and I was sucked in from the very first page The world building by Vanessa Black feeds my imagination and I simply loved it There s plenty of mysterious characters and the plot moves quickly It s urban fantasy at its best and I highly recommend it Can t wait to read the next installment in the series.My Rating 5 stars

  2. says:

    The story line is very intriguing I liked the idea of the curse and how the protagonists handle their preordained destinies We get to see inside the three main characters minds, how what the think and feel and this gives us than one perspective of a situation The few other characters are just deep enough to be authentic.What I didn t like is that the inner monologues of Persephone and sometimes Aaron made me lose the reading flow They slowed down the story by being too long and I had difficulties to stay immersed in the book I found myself starting to gloss over until the story picked up again.Conclusion I liked it, therefore I give it 3 stars Trimmed monologues would have added to the book s appeal and reading flow and would have notched it up to 4 stars.I will pick up the sequel because I want to know how the story continues.

  3. says:

    Got about ten percent in and the narrative just didn t do it for me The first chapter is nothing but a boatload of exposition about Persephone, her appearance, her school life, her childhood, her parents, what her room looks like, her thoughts on magic and life and dreams and zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz The second chapter wasn t any better It was going through the motions for her first day at college until she, of course, meets the love interest, her professor, and I had to stop when they just stared at each other awkwardly while she waxed poetic about how good looking he was.If you re writing in first person, you don t need to write thoughts like dialogue Just write what the character is thinking in the narrative Pretty much the entire narrative in a first person POV book is their thoughts anyway.Only thing I liked was how Persephone knew that she was pretty dodging the You don t know you re beautiful that s what makes you beautiful trope , but she had to ruin it and followed it up with Girls didn t like me because I didn t put effort into my appearance and looked better than them Guys asked me out even though I had no interest in guys and it made the less pretty girls angry That s not even a humble brag, that s straight up dismissively vain Wow.

  4. says:

    I didn t like this book at all I didn t fell a connection to any of the characters The plot was weird Persephone felt a bond to Aaron Which made her feel lust and all she could think about was him Later on she met his brother, and then we had a love triangle Sighhow I hate love triangles.

  5. says:

    Finally A refreshing ya fantasy without vampire werewolf fairy yadda yadda Very engaging plot, although the first few chapters developed quite slow It s a little bit overwhelming to read about the MC from the MC mainly talking about herself at first read too much monologues Especially, when the word friends doesn t seem to exist in the universe Just Why.3.5, while I m being especially expectant of the second book view spoiler Handsome guys Double jackpotLove triangle It s complicatedDarkness vs Evil Yeah, the good force is MIA herePersphone, named after the queen of Underworld, apparently have been pre destined to bring the world under Pretty soon, her gorgeous partners in crime joined her to end the world Or to prevent it from happening, which obviously didn t go well with all the raging hormones hide spoiler

  6. says:

    When this book arrived I did my little new book dance and ripped open the packaging to get at it Only I got a cute little surprise in the form of packaging and a lovely note from the author, Vanessa Black.I received this book as part of the Goodreads First Reads Giveaway to come once I ve started reading

  7. says:

    Great Read Exciting, Thought provoking, Humorous, Sexy, and Intriguing It kept me glued to the pages at every turn.Anxiously awaiting release of book 2 in the series.

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