Soul Song

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Soul Song

A Dirk & Steele Novel

In this installment of the Dirk & Steele novels, Soul Song brings two more extraordinary characters into the paranormal struggle of good over evil. Kitala's talented ability to captivate the audience with her violin music has put her in the limelight as a famous musician and made her a target to an evil being that wants to take the music from her soul. M'cal is enslaved by a witch but it is Kitala that bewitches him and gives him the strength to resist the compulsion forced upon him to steel her beautiful soul. These two must fight for their lives and their very souls against a dark force unlike any they have ever seen, and with the help of a few agents from Dirk & Steele, the action is sure to get as hot as the passion that surrounds M'cal and Kitala.

Marjorie M. Liu continues to bring mystery and adventure into her novels with the amazing Dirk & Steele Agents. Theirs is a world of magic, shape-shifters, psychics, and other paranormals that gives the reader an engaging story of sizzling romance. Soul Song is a fast paced read that entrenches the reader into a great story with memorable characters. I enjoyed getting into the heart and mind of Kitala and M'cal as their relationship exploded in passion and danger. Enjoy!

Book Blurb for Soul Song

Against her will, Kitala Bell can foresee the future. But only darkness and violence . . . and death. And now it is her own future that is in peril.

Her fate is in the hands of a prince of the sea. More than a man—impossibly beautiful and dangerous, with a voice that can seduce and hypnotize— M’cal’s song manipulates lives the way Kitala coaxes sweet music from the strings of her violin. Yet he is a prisoner, the captive of a malevolent mistress intent on using his powers to evil ends, and stretched to the very limits of his endurance. For Kitala, he is light and hope and fantasy, and survival for them both requires a bond more intimate and passionate than either has ever known. But it comes at a pr ice, for their love threatens not only the lives they’ve always known . . . but the very essence of their souls.


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2011 4.00