"If you have yet to add Liu to your must-read list, you're doing yourself a disservice."--Booklist When it comes to bold originality and pure storytelling skill, few authors of popular fiction can compare with the remarkable Marjorie M. Lui--and in the realm of paranormal romance, no one is better! With Soul Song, the sensational New York Times ...
"If you have yet to add Liu to your must-read list, you're doing yourself a disservice."--Booklist When it comes to bold originality and pure storytelling skill, few authors of popular fiction can compare with the remarkable Marjorie M. Lui--and in the realm of paranormal romance, no one is better! With Soul Song, the sensational New York Times bestselling superstar brings readers another marvelous tale of passion and otherworldly occurrences centered around the mysterious Dirk and Steele Detective Agency--as a tormented young woman with the precognitive power to foresee terrible futures must place her own fate in the hands of a mesmerizing prince of the sea. A master at creating unforgettable love stories featuring shapeshifters, telekinetics, and extraordinary supernatural beings, Lui has earned herself a legion of fans, and Soul Song will merely add to their ranks. Christine Feehan, author of Dark Prince and one of the biggest names in paranormal romance, promises that, "anyone who loves my work should love hers."
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Publishers Weekly, 2007-05-28 In her newest Dirk & Steele novel, Liu introduces fiddle player Kitala Bell, cursed with the ability to foresee people's deaths, and merman M'Cal, slave to a soul-stealing witch. When M'Cal's cruel master orders M'Cal to steal Kitala's soul, he's loathe to carry through with it but can't stop himself-or the witch. Unsuspecting Kit, meanwhile, has gotten herself in dutch with some local criminals while trying to help a girl she's sure will be murdered. By the time M'Cal catches up with Kit, he's forced into the role of rescuer-and, before long, red-hot lover. Though it starts slow-as clueless Kit must become acquainted with the author's paranormal underworld-Liu's latest is a clever, finely constructed take on the "Little Mermaid" story and delivers great paranormal suspense. Though the love story lacks complexity, and the Dirk & Steele detectives play only a peripheral part, all the other elements Liu fans expect-a strong heroine, a damaged hero, sharp dialogue and funny, fanciful details-are well-represented, making this a satisfying return to her universe. (July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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