Book Review: Soul Mate by McKinzie S. Heart +GiveawayApril 3, 2012 - 42 Comments
February 2012 by Rogue Phoenix Press
It is 1882 Midwest North America and fiery Scottish lass Katlyn MacKenzie has inadvertently found herself working in a local saloon after her father’s death. Handsome cowboy James Granger wants Kate more than he’s wanted any woman before so he is determined to make her his come hell or high-water. She is tempted by his heated, experienced touch but will she succumb to his charms or will another stake his claim? For in steps a strange suitor that will not be denied in his own quest for Kate’s heart, body, and soul. His scorching kiss competes with James’s touch while they both pursue her. But who will she choose? Because though one offers passionate life and the other offers blissful death, only her Soul Mate can claim her.
McKinzie S. Heart is a prolific author whose area of particular interest is in erotic romance delving in a variety of sub-genres. She’s had various works published with The Reader’s Retreat and later, became Senior Editor of The Reader’s Retreat from 2004 to 2006. She also co-owned an ebook website. She’s won numerous awards in the Writing.com community for pieces ranging from children’s to adult works. Additionally, in 2008, her book Dark Moon Harvest won an award for Best Cover Art.
Soul Mate is published with Rogue Phoenix Press. Elemental Seduction #1 – The Dance and Elemental Seduction #2 – Requited by Fire are two books in an anthology of four published with Silver Publishing. Dark Moon Harvest is in rewrite. Her readers claim that her adult works are “wickedly entertaining” and that “I couldn’t put the story down until I read the whole thing!” She hopes that you, too, enjoy one of her stories today!
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→Opinion | This story has more than it appears at first, It was totally different from what I expected it to be!
I really liked Katlyn, but I couldn’t connect with the Hero. The editing could have created a more cohesive and tied up storyline. Heart’s writing pleased me, but the story had a drastic change that I didn’t see coming and it developed into a book dealing with several diverse elements, creating a rather unique book for its subgenre.
I felt that way mainly because of this being such a short title, it had to deal with a lot, and this format didn’t work for the story in my opinion – I could have easily seen it as a full novel.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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