Hold Me If You Can by Stephanie Rowe

Nigel Aquarian and Natalie Fleming have at least one thing in common – harrowing experiences that led to a near lingering death. Natalie is saved from the bite of a chocolate-loving demon that was slowly killing her, and Nigel and his warrior brothers were saved from the clutches of a torturous witch, who is also the grandmother of Death. For both, starting life over proves to be almost a bigger challenge. The demon still craves Natalie’s chocolate-flavored blood and Nigel is haunted by his memories, special talents, and minions of the witch. They are drawn together for safety, but underlying the necessity is the passionate need for each other. Survival still hangs by a thin thread, but as long as they hang on to each other, there is hope.

Hold Me If You Can is the third book in Ms. Rowe’s steamy and humorous Soulfire series. The creative and outlandish cast of characters and the snappy writing style takes the reader on a wild ride. Ms. Rowe crosses the boundaries, throws the rules out the window and lets her imagination loose. I felt this book was the least successful of the series as it was a bit more frantically-paced, and the signature snark seemed a bit more forced. Nonetheless, it is a fun read as you plunge into interesting and hilarious world.

Book Stats:

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (January 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402241976
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402241970

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Books in the Soulfire series in the order they should be read:
Kiss At Your Own Risk
Touch If You Dare
Hold Me If You Can

Nigel Aquarian and Natalie Fleming have at least one thing in common – harrowing experiences that led to a near lingering death. Natalie is saved from the bite of a chocolate-loving demon that was slowly killing her, and Nigel and his warrior brothers were saved from the clutches of a torturous witch, who is also …

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About Storm

Storm Reyes has been reading paranormal, science fiction and fantasy books for over 50 years and writing reviews for 3 years. She recently retired from her position as Executive Assistant for the Pierce County Library System and now spends her time doing whatever the heck she wants to do. She's a Puyallup Indian, living on an urban reservation and so has the best of both worlds. Storm also spent 40 years as a human rights activist and public speaker. Her future plans include learning Tai Chi and making a dent in her stack of books to-be-read.

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