Thursday, April 12, 2012

Book Review: Demon Soul by Christine Ashworth

Title: Demon Soul
Author: Christine Ashworth
Format: eBook
Pages: 237
ISBN: 978-0-9841805-9-2


Gabriel Caine stands on the edge of the abyss. A vampire has stolen his soul and if he doesn't get it back soon, his next step will be into Hell. Only the naively mysterious Rose can help him retrieve it. Without her, he really will become the devil himself.
Rose Walters has been sent back from the dead to complete one task-save Gabriel Caine. She's drawn to Gabriel on the most basic level, but restoring his soul may cost Rose her life. 

Rose has touched the whole of Gabriel, making him yearn for a love he believes he can never have. Her willingness to put her human life on the line for him forces him to bring all three parts of himself—demon, human, and Feri bloodlines, and the strengths of each—into harmony and into the fight that decides their fate. 

Review: Demon Soul by Christine Ashworth introduced a new world where vampires, witches, demons, werewolves, fae and tribreds exist. The journey throughout this book is very easy to follow and it captures the reader from the first chapter. The point of view changes with each character making it much more enjoyable to read. 

The characters each had their own unique personality that was fun to follow along with. The conflict with each character you encounter makes the reader feel for each of the characters. I personally became attached to Rose and her struggle though out the book. Her past life was rough but the new life seemed even more confusing, which pulls you in, making you care about her even more.

I loved the romance that built between Gabriel and Rose. Demon Soul had me smiling and feeling the love between these two characters. I think Mrs. Ashworth did a wonderful job with the romance aspect of the book as well as keeping the action right there along side. I give this book **** (4 stars). 

I would definitely recommend Demon Soul to those who love paranormal books with a twist of romance mixed in. I can not wait to read the coming books within this series. 

Check out Christine Ashworth's Author Spotlight here.

1 comment:

Christine Ashworth said...

Thanks so much, Raebeth!


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