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Hold Me If You Can (Soulfire) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Apr 2012
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""Hold Me If You Can" is a page turner. It has thrills and chills and quite a few fun parts to keep a reader entertained and interested. It's a book worth reading" - Lond and Short Reviews
Rowe writes books with something for everyone and is an author to keep on your must-buy list. 4 Stars
HOLD ME IF YOU CAN is unique, it's funny and it's one helluva of a ride!
The Soulfire series is quirky and fun - I never fail to laugh. "Hold Me If You Can" is another enjoyable installment.
The Soulfire series is one of the most unique I've read yet, and although it seems to have more conflicts and internal turmoil, "Hold Me If You Can" handily continues in that tradition. Rowe writes some of the most confused heroes I've ever seen, and some of the most beleaguered heroines, but she somehow makes it all work out in the end, with plenty of laughs along the way. I thoroughly enjoyed this addition and can't wait to find out what delightful torture awaits the next hero.
The series itself really is entertaining and something I recommend to all paranormal romance fans who like some humor with their supernatural romance.
"Hold Me If You Can" is a page turner. It has thrills and chills and quite a few fun parts to keep a reader entertained and interested. It's a book worth reading
"Hold Me If You Can" is another clever and interesting story in the Soulfire series and after reading it am possibly even more addicted in finding out where this series will take us.
"Another fun read for the Soulfire series." - Reading Between the Wines
""Hold Me If You Can" is unique, it's funny and it's one helluva of a ride!" - Once Upon a Chapter
About the Author
Stephanie Rowe is the author of more than twenty books for adults and teens, and she is a four-time nominee for the RITA Award. Her books have been sold in Germany, Australia, and France, have been on the B&N bestseller list, and have received starred reviews from Booklist. A former attorney, Stephanie lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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the third in the paranormal Soulfire series, it tells of Nigel and Natalie. Nigel is a warrior freed from Angelica's Den along with his friends. Natalie is Sweet, she creates and helps humans and paranormal with chocolate. Deedubs LOVE Sweets, and Natalie has survived and Deedub bite, something unheard of.
When Nigel draws (quite literally) his team mates back into the Den, he and Natalie are faced with their worst fears and have to join forces to save Pascal and Blaine.
it was soooooo hard work, this book. lots of deep soul searching, which came across as a little flat, to me, anyway. I even left it half way through and read something else and came back to it!
it does help if you have read the previous two, however there is very little back story in this one, so I would recommend it. I also feel maybe Rowe should leave these warriors to their own devises, and let them be. THAT SAID, I do wonder about the reaction of Christian to Ella, right at the end. and there is obviously something between Pascal and Danielle to be told.
Nigel Aquarian, our hero, is the third warrior of the original four who escaped from the DWP. No, not the Department of Work and Pensions, the Den of Womanly Pursuits. A place where men are trained (read: imprisoned and tortured) to become better, more manly men, yet also sensitive to a woman's every need and schooled in the art of seduction by way of poisonous spikes to the testicles.
I did mention the mad part several times so you can stop looking at me like that.
Our heroine is Natalie, the Sweet we met in the last book who is a former victim of a Deedub bite. Think of Deedubs as demonic leprechauns who bite Sweets - people with chocolate super powers... Come on, keep up - who then slowly become stronger and more outgoing until they eventually die from some sort of dangerous activity. Like they might believe they can fly so they jump out of a window...stuff like that. *sigh* It's all perfectly straightforward really.
If you have found any of the above descriptions amusing in any way I urge you to read them because they are really fun as I've said. It will take a certain sense of humour to truly appreciate these books and I know they won't be for everyone. They are kind of like The Fantastic four meets Monty Python. Crazy, but strangely brilliant.
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