Tuesday, May 25, 2010

N. J. Walters, Seeking Charlotte

Title: Seeking Charlotte

Author: N.J. Walters

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Romance

ISBN E-Book:9781419926624

Publisher: Ellora's Cave

Buy-Link: http://www.jasminejade.com/p-8281-seeking-charlotte.aspx

Reviewer: Brigit


Book three in the Hearts of Fire series


Creed Lawson knows Charlotte Jones is trouble from the moment she presses her lithe body to his and kisses him. But that doesn’t stop him from taking what she’s offering—a night of hot, uninhibited sex. But Creed hasn’t bargained for the feelings she stirs in him, nor the talk of crystals, demons and destiny.

Charlotte is an empath. The ability to feel people’s emotions has made it difficult for her to lead a normal life. At eighteen she received one of the eight pieces of the Heart of Fire, a crystal that contains untold power. She was told there was a male who held the other half of her stone, as well as a demon that coveted all the pieces of the crystal.

The demon has finally found her. But she knows that Creed is the special man she’s been waiting for. Charlotte is facing the fight of her life. Will Creed fight beside her or walk away?


A phenomenal concept, brilliantly written with well-developed characters and steamy love scenes.

That is what you get with Seeking Charlotte by N. J. Walters.

Book 3 in The Hearts of Fire Series is wonderful. I have not read the first two, but this book works well as a stand-alone, although now I will be picking up the first two, so that I can see what has happened before and I am waiting impatiently for Book 4.

Ms. Walters writes the emotion into her stories in a truly impacting way. From the bond the sisters share, to the fear of the demon, Asmodeus, the emotion comes through. Charlotte and Creed are truly fated, and while the relationship develops quickly the story is written in such a way that the reader can believe they fell in love that quickly. I recommend this for a quick, fun, steamy read.

1 comment:

Lorrie said...

Oooh, sounds tempting. Nice review.
And a series. I'll be looking for this one.
Nice review.