Solid Soul by Brenda Jackson
Forged of Steele Series, Book 1
Kimani Romance
African American Contemporary
ISBN: 978-1583147702
Reviewed by Nikita Steele




Kylie Hagan and Chance Steele never would have thought in a million years that their respective teenage child could have developed and carried out such an extraordinary plan; but, much to Kylie and Chance’s surprise the teens did just that.  It started out as a way to get their overprotective parents off their backs by transferring their tunnel-like attention onto something else – namely manipulating their parents into a romantic relationship.  Neither Kylie nor Chance wanted to be in a serious relationship, especially when their main focal point was being a single parent; however, fate and their kids had other ideas.  And, because they wanted to set a good example for their kids, Kylie and Chance decided to co-exist in a nice, friendly manner.  Yet, the passion that instantly ignited between them could not be denied and no matter how hard Kylie and Chance tried, they couldn’t stay out of each others arms.  Have Kylie and Chance finally found true love and happiness or are they both too stubborn to see what was right in front of them?

 Wow!  Solid Soul was one incredible read that peek my interest from the very first paragraph.  Solid Soul is the introduction of Chase Steele, the eldest of the four handsome, powerful Steele men that women couldn’t help but fall all over, and his leading lady Kylie Hagan.  Their story was an exciting one filled with a steamy-hot and somewhat rocky romance.  Unbeknownst to them, their children played a key role into them coming together as a couple and what a humorous, thrilling and passionate adventure it turned out to be.  Solid Soul was delightful tale from the opening scene until the tale-telling end and it skillfully schooled this reader on forgiveness, commitment, persistence, friendship and most of all the power of love.  This was a terrific book that is not to be missed!


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