La Revenant’s Review of
by S.K. Falls
What’s wrong with you, with us, what’s happening to us? Ah our love is a harsh cord that binds us wounding us and if we want to leave our wound, to separate, it makes a new knot for us and condemns us to drain our blood and burn together.
Love, Pablo Neruda (S.K. Falls. Fevered Souls Season 1)
Boom: Girl meets guy
Boom: Girl and guy become desperately enamored with each other
Boom: Guy saves girl’s life
Boom: Girl and guy cannot be together because of stuff connected to said guy
Boom: Girl and guy attempt to make a life together
That about sums Fevered Souls Season 1 up in a nutshell. Cara (girl) and Dax (guy) are the desperately in love couple. Their relationship reminded me a bit of Bella and Edward’s relationship, it had a bit of a codependent feel to it, which Cara admits to.
I knew mortals would say I was codependent or that I lacked a life of my own, but I couldn’t alter my feelings for him any more than I could change the color of my hair. It was pre-destined, almost a shaping of my genes.
(S.K. Falls. Fevered Souls Season 1)
Fevered Souls Season 1 was a quick read. I felt that it was almost too rushed. I would have enjoyed getting to know some of the peripheral characters a bit more. That being said, this story offered up fated love, action, and intrigue, which definitely held my interest. The end of Fevered Souls Season 1 closes with a bit of a mystery, which I hope to read about in future installments. If you enjoy intense romantic relationships, action and stories with an otherworldly aspect to them I would definitely recommend picking up Fevered Souls Season