Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Natalie Dae, Soul Keeper

Title: Soul Keeper

Author: Natalie Dae

Rating: Four Siren Stones

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: Quickie

ISBN E-Book: 9781419927980

Price: $2.49

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave


Review: Trinity


Carrie Marsh anxiously awaits her online lover of two years, pacing the station in her stylish red coat with nothing but luxurious black lingerie underneath and stilettos on her feet. Will Rob Edwards really be on the train from Scotland? Will the attraction still exist in person? Can she even stave off the first anticipation-induced orgasm before he arrives? Excitement spirals through her, for Carrie has planned a night to remember.

Rob is shy, and Carrie intends to show him how to unleash his sexy side during a series of sexual encounters. But once he arrives, she can’t wait until they get to the hotel, let alone a bed. No. They hardly make it to the first tree, where anyone could spot their antics.

One unforgettable evening of passion leads two virtual lovers to a lifetime as each other’s soul keeper.


In today’s world, the stigma of online-dating has become less taboo than what it was ten years ago. Yes, there are always some negative thoughts when it comes to meeting someone online, whether it be through some personality-matching dating site or just meeting Mr. or Mrs. Right in an obscure chat room.

But does that mean that all instances are the same?

I say no and so does Natalie Dea.

Ms. Dae has a way of making you believe that true love can exist and can be found anywhere, even on the World-Wide-Web. Her story is realistic and the emotions portrayed are the same many of us would feel being in the same situation as her characters.

Will the man I meet online show up at our first meeting? Will he be the same as he is when we talk on IM or email? Will he feel the same about me when meeting me in person as he did when talking on the phone or on computer?

But don’t let that fool you!

Ms. Dae also has a way of showing you how much fun it can be to have such an encounter, by throwing in some of the steamiest sex scenes I’ve read. So if you have a couple of hours on hand, make sure to pick up Soul Keeper.

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