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  • Posted August 16, 2013

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    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly 4.5 out of

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly

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    This is my first Heather Long read-I know I'm sorry!-and I loved it! The best indicator of how much I liked a book is whether or not I could stop reading long enough to go to bed. Needless to say I lost a lot of sleep once I started this one! Another indicator is how quickly I move to the next book in the series. Needless to say this book passed both tests. I love all things paranormal and I thought the world in this story was really fascinating. The particular condition that the Soul Girls find themselves in fascinated me. You know I'm not into spoilers so I don't want to give too much away about that. Malcolm is a vampire so he's been around for a long time (and I do mean a long time) and he's never found someone to settle down with. Jeannie is just going through the motions as the head showgirl at the casino she is trapped in, but then she spots Malcolm in the audience and her entire world is thrown for a loop. I really enjoyed getting to watch the flame between these two get hotter and hotter. They had more than just a physical connection though and that's what really drew me into the book. I really hope to see more of these two as the series progresses.

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  • Posted April 3, 2013

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    I¿ve been to Vegas, but not this Vegas. I want to go to the Vega

    I’ve been to Vegas, but not this Vegas. I want to go to the Vegas that Ms. Long creates. This is a world that is cruel at times, fantastic and amazing all rolled together.

    Jeannie “Pandora” Williams, arrived in Vegas fifty years ago, only to make a simple mistake and ended up dancing as their lead showgirl Pandora for the last fifty years. I loved Jeannie from the start; she was strong, graceful and beautiful. The kind of heroine that it’s easy to fall in love with, it’s easy to see why she was chosen as lead dancer so she can seduce the senses every night.

    Malcom Reynolds, is a lawyer, warrior and protector of his clan. He was sent to Vegas to bail out his cousin once again. He’s dashing, handsome, and easily enchanted by Jeannie’s beauty and her plight. He endeared me to him when he chose to help Jeannie.

    Overall, this is a beautiful, engaging world that I want to visit over and over again. Ms. Long shows that she’s a true geek with references that I enjoyed noticing, I don’t think the references being noticed or not truly add or lessen the story, but I did enjoy them. I want to know the rest of the Soulgirls stories and hopefully we will have them soon. Please!

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