Chain of Souls

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Banished from Heaven for refusing to harvest an unwilling soul, Liam Chase drinks to forget until the night he is visited by the Angel of Death.

For the price of a few humans souls, she promises to get him reinstated into Heaven. A monstrous crime. If he refuses, the life he forfeits will belong to the woman he loves. More

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About Maria Zannini

Maria Zannini used to save the world from bad advertising, but now she spends her time wrangling chickens, and fighting for a piece of the bed against dogs of epic proportions. Occasionally, she writes books.

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Review by: Carlos Cortes & Renée Miller on Nov. 02, 2011 :
This series (which started with The Devil To Pay) picks up pace with Chain of Souls. I think what I like most at this point is that these books are connected, but reading one isn't critical to understanding what is happening in the other. I HATE series that rely on previous books and prefer to be able to pick up any book in the series and not be completely lost. Maria doesn't do this to her readers. Each of these books, so far, could be considered stand-alones.

I read this on Saturday night, when I was supposed to be working, simply because I couldn't put it down. The characterization is brilliant, and Zannini weaves action expertly into this not-so-typical love story. The dialogue was excellent, and I do love my dialogue. Maria wins my forever-fandom for that alone.

The only critique I have of Chain of Souls is that the love scenes weren't what I've come to expect from Zannini. While they're still well-written, the scenes in Chain of Souls are not, IMO, of the caliber of previous work. For me, they lacked something. But, considering Zannini usually writes beyond amazing love scenes, those in Chain of Souls are still pretty kickass.

I'm very hooked into this series now. In my review of The Devil to Pay, I had said I wished they were one book, rather than a series of novellas, but I'm not sure that would be such a good thing anymore. My kids wouldn't get fed, the house would be a mess, and I probably wouldn't shower until I finished the entire thing, so it's best to have it in installments. :)

I recommend Chain of Souls anyone who is sick of the same old romance, and if you like to read an author who knows what she's doing...I think you should check Maria out as well.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Carlos Cortes & Renée Miller on Nov. 02, 2011 :
This series (which started with The Devil To Pay) picks up pace with Chain of Souls. I think what I like most at this point is that these books are connected, but reading one isn't critical to understanding what is happening in the other. I HATE series that rely on previous books and prefer to be able to pick up any book in the series and not be completely lost. Maria doesn't do this to her readers. Each of these books, so far, could be considered stand-alones.

I read this on Saturday night, when I was supposed to be working, simply because I couldn't put it down. The characterization is brilliant, and Zannini weaves action expertly into this not-so-typical love story. The dialogue was excellent, and I do love my dialogue. Maria wins my forever-fandom for that alone.

The only critique I have of Chain of Souls is that the love scenes weren't what I've come to expect from Zannini. While they're still well-written, the scenes in Chain of Souls are not, IMO, of the caliber of previous work. For me, they lacked something. But, considering Zannini usually writes beyond amazing love scenes, those in Chain of Souls are still pretty kickass.

I'm very hooked into this series now. In my review of The Devil to Pay, I had said I wished they were one book, rather than a series of novellas, but I'm not sure that would be such a good thing anymore. My kids wouldn't get fed, the house would be a mess, and I probably wouldn't shower until I finished the entire thing, so it's best to have it in installments. :)

I recommend Chain of Souls anyone who is sick of the same old romance, and if you like to read an author who knows what she's doing...I think you should check Maria out as well.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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