Eyes to the Soul

Eyes to the Soul

By Dale Mayer

Psychic Visions, book #7

Category: Paranormal Romance

 Overall Rating: 3.5

  • Captivation: 4
  • Sizzle: 3.5
  • Romance: 3.5
  • Enjoyment: 3
  • Literacy: 3.5

Book Description: Just because a person can see – doesn’t mean they should look. Celina Wilton was technically blind, a state she wasn’t very happy about. In her case the alternative was worse. So she’d learn to adapt, one way or another. Stefan Kronos has wanted to get close to Celina for a long time, but she has walls that he’s been forced to go around in some unusual ways. When a case he’s been called to consult on puts her square in his radar he has to watch his step…and hers. Unraveling the threads twisting between them and a killer like none Stefan had seen before means Celina has to trust him enough to let him inside her barriers. That’s when Stefan realizes he’s not the only with eyes into her soul.

Captivation:  Just because a person can see – doesn’t mean they should look. Celina Wilton was technically blind, a state she wasn’t very happy about. In her case the alternative was worse. So she’d learn to adapt, one way or another. Stefan Kronos has wanted to get close to Celina for a long time, but she has walls that he’s been forced to go around in some unusual ways. When a case he’s been called to consult on puts her square in his radar he has to watch his step…and hers. Unraveling the threads twisting between them and a killer like none Stefan had seen before means Celina has to trust him enough to let him inside her barriers. That’s when Stefan realizes he’s not the only with eyes into her soul.

Sizzle:  There is one sizzling scene and one b-scene.  Still a little better than the preceding books, and sweet.

Romance: Interesting development for the main characters.  Not the best, and the female was a little whiny for me, but otherwise sweet.

Enjoyment: I liked the plot of this story, and it was quite (dare I use the word yet again) sweet.

Literacy: Saw quite a few typing, word, and grammar issues, however this book was a considerable improvement on those before it.

Overall, I saw quite a few typing, word, and grammar issues, and 2 moments of oddity in the chronological order… however this book was a considerable improvement on the prior four.  I haven’t decided if this is a read again book or not.  I do not regret the read, it was enjoyable, but I’m not sure if I’m enthusiastic as to read it again… I will have to think about it.

 

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