Kitala Bell learned long ago not to engage the people whose
deaths she foresaw. She knew they wouldn't believe her or
would think she was crazy. Kit just has to go through life
with as little human contact as possible, just her and her
music. However, one night after a glorious concert, Kit
tries one more time. That attempt to save a woman's life
throws Kit into a web of deceit and strangeness, but a
rescue from her would-be kidnapper makes events even more
unusual. M'cal and Kit's musical gifts are similar;
however, M'cal isn't allowed to live his life with even as
much freedom as Kit has tentatively taken for herself.
Instead, he is ensnared. Now, Kit and M'cal have to try to
save others at the same time they try to save themselves.
The Dirk & Steele novels are just so fantastic. Obviously,
one should read all of the novels to get caught up on the
Dirk & Steele backstories, but each work stands alone
successfully. Fast-paced and well-written, SOUL SONG takes
the reader along an exotic thrill ride that just keeps
swerving into unknown and exciting plot territory.
Against her will, Kitala Bell can foresee the future. But
only darkness and violence . . . and death. And now it is
her own future that is in peril. Her fate is in the hands of
a prince of the sea. More than a man-impossibly beautiful
and dangerous, with a voice that can seduce and hypnotize-
M\'cal\'s song manipulates lives the way Kitala coaxes sweet
music from the strings of her violin. Yet he is a prisoner,
the captive of a malevolent mistress intent on using his
powers to evil ends, and stretched to the very limits of his
endurance. For Kitala, he is light and hope and fantasy, and
survival for them both requires a bond more intimate and
passionate than either has ever known. But it comes at a pr
ice, for their love threatens not only the lives they\'ve
always known . . . but the very essence of their souls.