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Friday, January 20, 2012

Review: Hold Me If You Can by Stephanie Rowe

Hold Me If You Can (Soulfire #3)Hold Me If You Can 
(Soulfire #3)
by Stephanie Rowe
Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN 1402241976
ARC Courtesy of Publisher & NetGalley
Stephanie Rowe is an acclaimed author whose high-octane romances are attracting a growing readership. The third in a paranormal romance series packed with danger, sensuality and clever twists features Nigel Aquarian, a warrior with an artistic bent, and Natalie Fleming, a chocolatier who has a new lease on life. But her freedom comes with a dangerous gift she doesn't want.Nigel and his fellow warriors have only just escaped imprisonment when an even worse threat emerges. Natalie is the only woman who can help Nigel—but she's also the one most likely to bring him down.
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Lexy’s Thoughts:
Pick up a piece of high quality chocolate and let it melt on your tongue. The smell of it, the feel of it as it melts, and the pure joy you feel all add up to the seduction that is chocolate. Imagine that all packaged inside you, understandable that there would be creatures salivating at the very sight of you.


Chocolate and seduction go hand in hand, and for Natalie you can’t separate the two. With her affinity to chocolate Natalie has survived being the target of such a creature and death. Sounds like everything else should be easy after that. But the challenges only keep getting stickier and tougher. Good thing the warrior Nigel needs her as much as she needs him, which is where the seduction comes in.
Nigel is the quiet artist, the healer, and the only one who is being used by Mari to capture the recently freed warriors. As with Rowe’s other warriors Nigel has discovered that Natalie can help pull him back from the edge. What makes his story different is all the other complications. Too many to name, and what would be the fun of spoiling it anyway?


Another fun read for the Soulfire series. Not quite as much humor as the previous two, but plenty of action and plot twists. It also leaves you hanging at the end wondering about Christian, his story had better be next or we all might have to resort to finding some sweets...chocolate that is.




Lexy's Rating: 3.5 - Wine and Chocolate, what better combination could there be?



2 comments:

Sophia Rose said...

I haven't read any of the books in this series, but I do like to read stories with tortured heroes in them.

Thanks for the review!

Lexi said...

These guys are seriously tortured, but still have good humor. You will love this series!