Kensington's Soul is a wonderfully written tender and thoroughly enjoyable book by Faith V. Smith. It has everything in it. The plot of the story is superb. There's the usual battle between good and evil, with some danger etc. It kept me on the edge of my seat from the beginning to the end. The characters are fantastic. Our hero Zacke is a tortured soul. Our heroine Miranda is innocence personified. I loved the old fashioned courtship of Miranda by Zacke. The other characters in the story were also well developed. I look forward to reading more about Gideon, Miles and Hawk. Hopefully they will have their own stories? Hint hint? The ending of the book was great, also interesting and quite surprising. I wasn't expecting what happened. I loved it so much that I read it straight through again. Excellent read.
Four centuries ago, a spurned lover damned Lord Zachary Kensington to eternity as a vampire. Convinced no woman could love the beast within, he concentrates his attention on the quest for redemption. He now stalks evil in the 21st century, working as a police detective. His job puts him up close and personal with Dr. Miranda James when she is carjacked. The sensual doctor captures his heart, but before he can claim her as his, Zacke's past comes back to haunt him. Miranda James falls hard and fast for the seductive Detective Zacke Kensington, but the closer she gets to him the more elusive he becomes. His mysterious air grates on her nerves and when she discovers him kissing a beautiful woman, Miranda is devastated. Tables turn when ex-lover and vampire, Gabriella designates Miranda as her next meal. Miranda swears off of men while Zacke vows to stop Gabriella's vindictive murder spree before she turns Savannah into a city of carnage.