Monday, May 8, 2017

Soul-Mate (Immortal Love #1) by Anna Santos

Soul-Mate
by Anna Santos

My rating: 3 stars

Series: Immortal Love - Book 1
Publication Date: June 1, 2016
Publisher: Anna Santos
Genre: Fantasy Erotica
Print Length: 366 pages
Available from: Amazon

Annabel is a bad-ass hybrid hunter, seeking revenge from the vampire who killed her parents and put her brother in a coma. Arriving in a new town with an undercover identity to protect and the mission to find a pureblood vampire to save her brother’s life, the last thing Annabel needs is to fall in love with the sexy, persistent werewolf who thinks she’s a helpless human in need of a knight in shining armor.

Shane is a dominant werewolf who also happens to be the local sheriff. He has almost lost hope of finding his better half. So when his beautiful soul-mate shows up and rogue vampires try to kill her, he does what any smart wolf would do: he saves her and takes her home, hoping to convince her that they belong together.

When sparks fly between them, Annabel has to decide if she tells him who she really is or runs the other way to protect her secrets.

   
Soul-Mate (Immortal Love #1) by Anna Santos

When the local sheriff is also an alpha werewolf, his ability to take a bite out of crime can be lethal. Shane may be tough, but he is lonely, his wolf cries for his mate, little did he know she was just around the corner and she didn’t need the knight in shining armor he wanted to be.

Annabel is one tough hybrid hunter on an undercover double mission, avenge her parents’ death at the fangs of a vampire and to find the pureblood vampire she needs to save her brother’s life. Can she continue to play the helpless human to the sheriff’s protective mindset when rogue vampires try to kill her and he comes to her rescue? To tell or not to tell who and what she really is…that is the question and her heart is giving her fits over what to do.

Soul Mate by Anna Santos is paranormal erotica all the way. What starts out as a great storyline and plot is overridden by a little too much sizzle and burn that, instead of adding to the story’s raw heat, detracts just a little too much. I think I felt there was too much awesome story to get broken up by sex that was just thrown in in some of the most unlikely places.
But again, when love calls, even in the throes of danger…Sometimes a little more talk and a lot less action makes for more invested reading.



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