There’s only one word to describe Sarafina’s life—ordinary—until a man from another world falls right out of the sky and changes everything, because it’s love at first sight. Fresh out of high school, Sarafina has no idea what she wants to do with her life. So when she’s offered a well-paying job as a pianist in a grand manor, it seems like everything is finally falling into place.
But there’s a catch—it’s in Norway, and it’s for the seemingly dangerous family of this unworldly man called Enock. It’s crazy and completely out of character, but she makes the decision to leave her very ordinary life behind and chase an extraordinary love halfway around the world.
Unfortunately when she arrives, nothing is as it seems. And after uncovering the grisly fate of a human and alien who once fell in love, Sarafina is left to question everything. Ultimately she must decide: Does she walk away and live the rest of her life full of regret, or does she risk it all for an eternal love humans can only dream of finding?
April Marcom works as a Pre-K teacher's assistant, but her true passion is writing. When she's not teaching or creating stories, she's enjoying the country life with her car-obsessed husband and three fabulous children. She also enjoys rainy days, traveling, and her very rowdy dogs. April grew up a southern bell in Mississippi, but is now a proud Oklahoman.
Bind our Loving Souls is not the typical kind of book I read.
For starters, it features "instalove." Enoch is an alien from a distant planet and his people, when they choose to love someone, they love with their entire beings. When Enoch meets Sarafina (Sara), he falls completely and madly in love with her.
What the story lacked for me was more of an emotional connection between Enoch and Sara throughout the first half of the book. I was told that they loved each other to the moon and back, but I didn't really feel it for a while. I think if the story had been longer and those things had been expanded upon it would have helped.
The ending was AWESOME though. The ending almost made me completely forget about the instalove and any other little complaints I may have. It's totally worth reading for the ending.
DISCLAIMER: I do work for the company that publishes this book and I designed the cover. :) Despite that, all of my book opinions are truthful and honest.