Friday, April 22, 2011

Review: Soul Dealer: Redemption by Yolanda Sfetsos

Soul Dealer: Redemption by Yolanda Sfetsos

Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



When someone is killed too suddenly or tragically, there’s a creature ready to bargain for their soul…

Cain was killed by a sorcerer and dumped inside an empty room. Alone, with only his thoughts to torment him, he begins to regret betraying his best friend. So when a thing calling itself the Soul Dealer offers him a second chance at life, he accepts the challenge.

Sandy spends most of her nights alone. But tonight, in the beach cottage her parents left for her before they died, she plans to end the depression plaguing her every waking moment.

If Cain doesn’t stop Sandy before the end of All Hallows Eve, both of their souls will be lost.

Clare C's Review

The book is called, Soul Dealer: Redemption. When the soul in deed of redemption is the hero, it makes it a little hard to root for him to win his girl. Cain was a very bad person in life. If you read the first book in the series, you are cheering for him to die by the end of the book. Sandy had a cursory relationship with Cain previously, who brushed her off when they were through. Sandy is depressed, so depressed she is ready to end it all. Cain is given the chance to redeem his soul, by saving hers. This story is very much Cain's story, and how by learning to save someone else, he saves himself.

Cain is taken through a difficult journey of self discovery and forced to confront what an awful person he was when alive, and how his love 'em and leave 'em attitude left a string of depressed and unhappy women in his wake. While this is not the typical path to an HEA, I thoroughly enjoyed the journey and I'm sure you will too.

4 Tea Cups!

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