Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Review: Soar by Zara Cox
Soar by Zara Cox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was my 1st book by Zara Cox and I will defiantly go back for more.
Soar is book 4 in the Indigo Lounge Series. Now, I must admit that when I signed up to review this one, I was unaware that it was a continuation of the book prior to it. The synopsis grabbed my attention and I was panting to get my hands on it. Even though I did not read Spiral (or the 1st two in the Series--High and Higher) I was not confused as I read it. I knew I had missed something but I never felt like I needed to put the book down and read the other ones. I will be making my way to the 1st three as soon as I get the opportunity.
Soar is the continuing story of Noah and Leia. Lots of angst, lots of drama and some amazing sex scenes. Im talking setting the pages on fire and needing to stick your head in the freezer to cool off hot!!!
Noah is a total prick. But I absolutely loved him. Alpha to the core of his being, he is a complete control freak that doesnt know how to handle things not going his own way, and he is not afraid to play hardball to get what he wants.
Leia is the kind of heroine I love. Strong, independent and not willing to bow down at the snap of a finger. She held her own, and even though I wanted to reach through the pages and smack her a few times, I found her to be one of my favorite leading ladies. Having grown up with a terrible childhood, Leia has very few people in her life she can trust. And trust does not come easy for this little spitfire.
I loved this story. It had all the elements I love in a book. Hot sex scenes, just enough angst, and a bit of mystery. And I have to say, the ending was not as I had thought it would be. I loved that the author kept me on my toes. And I didn't figure it out, until almost the very end. And even then, there was a surprise that threw me a bit.
I recommend that you read the first 3 books in the series before you read this one. As I said, I could keep up, but I feel like I missed out by not reading the books in order. So I will be re-reading this one as soon as I get the other 3 done, because I feel like I will pick up more and understand more of what is going on.
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