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Romancing the Soul (Choc Lit) Kindle Edition
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Rachael and Cassie make a fun duo of feisty women who were interesting to read about and who I really liked. George and Susie on the other hand, I really didn't care about at all. Susie was a bit of a wet rag and George was wonderful. That is the problem for me, he was just too wonderful and perfect with nothing that made him human. Whilst I really enjoyed the banter between Cassie and Rachael I found the dialogue between George and Susie to be really forced and wooden.
George and Susie aside, this is a fun, original romance read with a twist, that despite my aversion to the main characters, kept me interested as I wanted to know what happened next and how it would end. I have given it 4 stars although it did really fall somewhere in the middle between 3 and 4 for me.
Rachael is a past-life regressionist who tries to help her clients find their soul mates by reconnecting them with their past lives, but sometimes this can have terrible consequences - she regressed her friend Susie, who since then has been haunted by the events from her past life. But when Susie meets George Silbury, a Hollywood actor - there is an intense mutual attraction that neither can explain or deny. Will George be able to help Susie overcome her feelings from her past life regression and help her find happiness?
As soon as I read the first page I was SO intrigued by what I was reading! Sarah Tranter has such a talent of capturing your attention straight away and it felt fantastic to be back reading another of her brilliant novels.
I really enjoyed the past-life regression element to the novel. I've heard about it before and it was WONDERFUL to have this woven into the novel, I found Rachael's career role to be fascinating and I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about this subject. I think the past-life regression was one of the things that really MADE this novel for me, I was drawn in straight away and hooked to what I was reading.
I LOVED George so much, I fell in love with him straight away and I especially enjoyed reading his interactions with Susie. I became swept up in their scenes and George was the perfect leading hero, I really believed in his feelings and I was rooting for him. There are a brilliant selection of other characters to meet too, and each one helps to bring the story to life.Read more ›
Sarah Tranter has such a distinctive writing style that you feel as if you were in her characters head willing them on. She blends heart wrenching drama with her own quirky humour. She used the phrase “The nutty regresser” to describe Rachael and I have to say I chuckled all day about it.
George Silbury leapt off the page and stood out for me. Although, as a Hollywood actor, you would expect some sort of inflated ego but Sarah Tranter gave him depth. When he meets Susie, there are fireworks. The only way I can describe Susie and George’s interactions is passionate.
Romancing the soul stands out from the crowd. Sarah Tranter’s laborious research into past life regression is clear. This book exceeded any expectations because Sarah Tranter took a speculative subject matter and made it a real possibility.
Whether you are sceptical about Soul mates or a believer, this book will convince you that there is some gravitas to the notion. Past life regression is something I always heard about but never understood but after reading Romancing the Soul, I feel it is worth finding more about.
Sarah Tranter finely crafted novel offers us an extraordinary romance that will stay with you long after the book is read. Romancing the soul is what all good romance stories should be, clever, emotional, with an unforgettable story line with twists and turns.
After reading her début supernatural romance “No such thing as immorality”- I am very eager for the authors next book. Once you pick up a Sarah Tranter book, they are very hard to put down.
I highly recommend this book for a great holiday read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I downloaded this for free onto my kindle and I am so glad I didn't pay for it. I keep trying to get into it to give it a fair review but it's tedious and not my thing at all. Read morePublished 23 months ago by starjewel
Great romance with an exciting mystery that keeps going to the very last page. Good fun.Published 24 months ago by KB Sharp
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I'm a great believer in the idea there are some people in your life you are meant to meet, and that we're often given several chances to do so. Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2014 by Strangelybzar
I really tried to persevere with this, but gave up in the end. I found it really tedious.Published on 28 Aug. 2014 by Kindle Customer
Fabulous and intriguing - a great fast paced book with an interesting storyline - I couldn't put it down -Published on 8 April 2014 by ambient shane
Another great book by Sarah Tranter. As a fan of pride & prejudice & other Austen novels, I loved the links to this era in time & references to pride & prejudice! Read morePublished on 1 Mar. 2014 by hannah totterdell
George’s sister Cassie (who is a journalist) has been trying to discredit past life regression. When we meet her she’s in total disbelief that she’s experienced the same past life... Read morePublished on 8 Feb. 2014 by Shaz Goodwin
Rachel is a past life regressionist, using her gift to help others find their soul mates. But whilst some have amazing experiences under the influence of Rachel's 'gift', others... Read morePublished on 1 Feb. 2014 by Kirsty 'Love of a Good Book'
I loved this book. I am a fan of Sarah Tranter's books and this so did not disappoint. Her writing is beautiful and I disagree with the reviewer who isn't sure how human the... Read morePublished on 20 Jan. 2014 by Amazon Customer
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