I’m busy writing (yay!) the next in my Caledonian Sprite series, so today I’m going to share my last review of 2019, a new novella in the Soul Summoner series I have been so enjoying.
You can find my other reviews of books in this series here, suffice it to say this supernatural/paranormal series has captivated me sufficiently that I signed up to Elicia Hyder’s ARC team, so I get to read each new one before official release.
If you like angels, demons, a whole heap of tension and action, mixed with regular life and romance, plus a fantastic way with dialogue, you’ll enjoy these, I guarantee it.
There are now 8 books in the series, plus 3 companion novellas, of which this is the latest.
This precursor novella to the Soul Summoner series fills in the back story of Warren’s parents – the human woman Nadine, and the Archangel of Death, Azrael.
It’s a pleasure to finally get inside Az’s head, and at the same time heart-rending, because you know the final outcome, and yet you still can’t help but hope it might turn out different this time.
It’s a quick read, but really well worth it as ever with Hyder’s stories – well written, great dialogue, super characterisation. Yes, I’m a fan (have been from the first book), but I always read new work with an open mind, and I’m thrilled to say I haven’t been disappointed yet in any of this series.