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  • Two-novella, supernatural BDSM set

    A pair of shape-shifter novellas. Both with BDSM, D/s. Both in which the physically stronger shifter is the submissive to a human partner. Though both stories were well-written, I liked the first better than the second. And as is often the case with novellas, I was left wanting more. In the first story, tiger-shifter Celeste lives a hermit life up in the Colorado mountains. She is an author whose novel is being turned into a movie. Eve Perez is a screen-writer who is desperate for a job. So desperate she is willing to travel to Colorado and stay with Celeste in an all-or-nothing contract to come up with a script for the novel. When a snowstorm leaves her stuck there, the energy between the two is too much to ignore, but when the weather clears and the script is done, will Eve stay or will she go? In the second, Selena is a wolf-shifter who has been fighting all her life to control the beast inside her. Clara is a dom-for-hire, to whom Selena turns for the pain that keeps the wolf at bay. But pain and fear are no way to live, and as she starts to feel more for Selena, Clara tries to help Selena reveal her secret and move on to living a more full life. ** I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. **

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  • Two captivating novellas

    Soul Burn is not one story by two authors but two novellas (one by each author) with both similarities and differences. They’re both BDSM erotic romances with one of the main characters a shifter. In Shifting Flames, by Brenda Murphy, Celeste Quon is a recluse writer with a reputation for being difficult who has agreed to work with a screenwriter to bring her bestseller to the screen. Eve Perez is struggling after her ex stole her work and ruined her reputation. When they meet, sparks fly, each recognizing the need and desire in the other. The Fire Inside, by Megan Hart, brings the reader right into the action, where Selena is being beaten by Clara. Selena uses pain to ward off orgasms. That’s her hard limit: she doesn’t want to climax. Clara is a very precise and conscientious Domme, and senses there’s more to that hard limit than Selena lets on. What I found most interesting is that both shifters are submissive but while Celeste thrives on the shift and loves the thrill and pain of becoming her tiger, Selena fights her wolf with fervour. I’m beginning to know what to expect from Murphy’s books: solid writing, intense characters, steam. I got all that with Shifting Flames, but it felt a little short and rushed at times (novellas…). Hart is new to me, and I liked her story a lot. Sure it’s extremely sexy but it’s the love and understanding that get to me. The two stories complement each other really well, and it’s fascinating to see how the same ingredients can result in very different tales. I received a copy from the publisher and I am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Two enjoyable and sexy reads

    Let me start by saying I love reading about shifters, erotica and BDSM. Soul Burn tends to all those favourites so it is safe to say I loved reading this book. When this is your guilty pleasure too, please don't hesitate to pick this one up, you will enjoy. The book contains two stories/novellas: Shifting Flames (Brenda Murphy) and The Fire Inside (Megan Hart). I’m familiar with Murphy’s work and she never fails to satisfy my kink. And after reading Harts novella I'm able to say I like her writing style and she also is very able to write down a good story with satisfying scenes. Because these are novellas, I didn’t expect too deep soul searching but was pleasantly surprised that I did find it in both novella's (a little more in Harts book). For the short time the authors had, they made it work great. In both stories, I found a little suspense, lots of sexy scenes and both provided well on an emotional level. Shifting Flames: When reading Celeste’s first scene in the novella, she handles as a ruthless killer. At first, I was taken aback, but the reason why made me forgive her quickly. Reading about the physical differences between Eve and Celeste I would have guessed the domme-sub roles being the other way around. So thank you, Murphy, for slapping my fingers on labelling people. The play in this part of the book is - in my opinion - milder than the Harts story. If you don't scare easily it is suitable for readers who haven't read BDSM before. As for Harts part of the book - The Fire Inside - is a little more rough play, which is a necessity for Selena. All will be clear when you read this book, so don't let me spoil it for you. This was - for me - the first time to read about a submissive who didn't need the submissive part, but more the pain part. And although that may sound weird, it did give the book more depth. Also in this part of the book labels are not what they seem. Due to a lack of trust in herself, the power of shifting is what makes Selena weak. Both enjoyable and sexy reads.

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