Color of a Soul by Katherine McIntyre

Color of a Soul by Katherine McIntyre
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (74 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

Kelsey’s running out of time.The undine spent these past years at Niagara-on-the-Lake searching for a soul mate, but time and time again, her dates disappoint, and she’s down to days remaining before she has to return to the Otherworld. Jason’s hit rock bottom. His fiancee left him, he lost his job, and he arrives in Niagara-on-the-Lake for a non-refundable vacation meant for two. The week is looking to be a nightmare—at least until he meets Kelsey. The attraction is instant—explosive—but unless the connection between them is the real deal, in mere days Kelsey will be gone from this realm for good.

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As someone who has visited Niagara-on-the-Lake on more than one occasion, I was pleased with how accurate the descriptions were of this area. It appeared to me that the author had done her research well on this topic because the places she described sounded exactly like my experiences with that part of the world. She couldn’t have done a more thorough job on the setting, and this accuracy was one of my favorite parts of the storyline.

This story would have benefited from more character development. All of the characters felt flat to me, especially Kelsey and Jason. The narrator described what they looked like in great detail, but there wasn’t the same kind of attention paid to their personalities or to showing how they’d changed as a result of the things that happened to them throughout the course of the plot. I had trouble remaining interested in what would happen to them next due to this problem.

The genre mixing was handled nicely. If I were going to describe it to someone else, I’d have a hard time deciding whether to call it fantasy or romance. It honestly fit into both of those genres equally, and that was a good thing! There’s definitely something to be said for a tale that knows how to do this as smoothly as this one did.

I’d recommend Color of a Soul to fans of the paranormal fantasy and romance genres alike.

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