Thursday, May 23, 2013

Review for Blood of the Soul by Rene Folsom

Ai yi yi! This is one of the best ones yet in my opinion. Rene Folsom does a great job at keeping the reader wanting more Ella and Jonah. This has both heat and mystery.

"I just showed the man that I am all too quick to run for the hills when things get a little intimidating."

Jonah and Ella have a rocky start but quickly everything is set back into place when they both admit to each other that things are moving a little fast for their first day together. Although they've known each other for six years in their dreams, things are different in real life.

" The abrupt and passionate movement caused several drops of rain water to fall from his hair and cascade between my cleavage."

Throughout their first date, Jonah and Ella get a little hot and heavy several times, but each time they are stopped because Jonah doesn't want to push Ella and she said she wasn't ready. They both want what the other has to give, but they don't want to mess up a good thing. As long as things are looking up, the want to keep doing things the way they are.

"What was odd about this day is, my father usually forbade me to donate blood...ever."

Ella and Jonah are finding that they seem to be connected by more than just love. Their hearts beat as one and when Ella talks about pain, Jonah feels it. Can the two lovers be connected by blood as well as love?

Rene Folsom is notorious for leaving a cliffhanger that leads into the next book. The ending of this one makes me antsy for what the next one might bring. There are so many things that can happen between Ella and Jonah and their situation. There are truths to be told and answers to be found. But will they find those answers and still be together?

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