Seduced By Shadows
Read Jessa Slade's posts on the Penguin Blog. When Sera Littlejohn meets a violet-eyed stranger, he reveals a supernatural battle veiled in the shadows, and Sera is tempted to the edge of madness by a dangerous desire. Ferris Archer takes Sera under his wing, now that she is a ... show more
Read Jessa Slade's posts on the Penguin Blog. When Sera Littlejohn meets a violet-eyed stranger, he reveals a supernatural battle veiled in the shadows, and Sera is tempted to the edge of madness by a dangerous desire. Ferris Archer takes Sera under his wing, now that she is a talyan—possessed by a repentant demon with hellish powers. Archer’s league of warriors have never fought beside a female before, and never in all his centuries has Archer found a woman who captivates him like Sera. With the balance shifting between good and evil, passion and possession, Sera and Archer must defy the darkness and dare to embrace a love that will mark them forever.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 6th 2009
Pages no: 378
Edition language: English
Series: Marked Souls (#1)
Stars: 3.5. I found the story engaging and the characters interesting. Sera didn't draw me in as much as I hoped, but I did find her pain believable. Archer's issues also felt real. I like the side characters of Bookie and Nanette. The plot flows well. Although, I would liked to have seen Sera resis...
This is the first book in the Marked Souls series and a début by author Jessa Slade. It follows a similar pattern to that of many other Paranormal Romance series: A group of immortal men, one of whom is featured in each book, and meets his destined female and they all live happily ever after. For re...
Writing style certainly was different for a PNR/UF series, very heady stuff. But ultimately I had a hard time just falling into the story because of it. Some great humor, fairly interesting plot, but sometimes I almost felt like I was reading it in another language trying to piece it all together.
I wanted to give it 3 stars, but I just couldn't. While I like the storyline idea, the 'religious' portions were just too technical and 'too' much. I really don't think I can explain myself adequately, but I felt like the author was trying too hard to make her world metaphysical, and it just becam...
Ferris Archer knows Sera Littlejohn is about to get possessed by a demon. Unfortunately, the woman doesn't believe him, also because she would be the first female to be possessed in a very, very, very long time.Well, since this is Romancelandia we're talking about and the heroes always stick around ...
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