Soul Fire by R. F. Long

Soul Fire by R.F. Long
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary, Sci-fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (164 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by Tulip

Iron born and iron bred. Trust not iron, it will see you dead.

Rowan Blake could really use a magic wand to keep her struggling art gallery afloat. But the faerie key she stumbles across is far from a lucky charm. It’s a magnet for danger, and by touching it she’s unwittingly put herself in the middle of a war between the forces of light and dark. And in the arms of its rightful owner, Prince Daire.

While searching for his brother, Daire finds himself trapped in the Iron World with a mere mortal woman who ignites his passion like no other. Each stolen kiss deepens their attraction and sends him spiraling closer and closer to the edge of his inherent dark desires.

Desires that act as a homing beacon for the Dark Sidhe, who are intent on forcing him to fight on their side.

The longer he lingers in her arms—and in her bed—the closer his enemies get to her door. And the greater the risk that the gateway to the Faerie Realm will shift, destroying not only his power to protect her, but his very life.

Warning: Contains enchantments, danger, some very scary monsters, a trip to the dark side and hot, soul-transforming sex with an immortal prince.

Let me start by saying “wow!” this story was amazing. I just loved it. It was such a complex plot with so many elements. But it was easy to understand and to keep up with what was going on. In fact you felt like you were part of the story.

R.F. Long has the amazing ability to drag her readers into the story and carry them along for the ride. The characters were unique and out of this world, yet they seemed like someone you could get along with and have fun with. Oh, and the sex was super hot. Smoke is still coming out from my computer and the kisses themselves are orgasmic. This story will make your toes curl, your heart race, weaken your knees and make your palms sweat. It’s just that good.

If you want to read something mind-blowing and incredible then I would recommend you read this story.

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