The Light Within Me - Carly Fall

The Light Within Me

By Carly Fall

  • Release Date: 2012-06-15
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 708 Ratings



When Abby and Noah meet, there is an explosive attraction between them that neither can deny...

As a shy, awkward, social misfit, Abby has gone her whole life feeling as though she's different from everyone else and she simply doesn't fit in well with society as a whole. She longs to feel a real connection with someone, and she finally does when she meets Noah.

Unbeknownst to Abby, Noah is from another world and his sole purpose is to hunt down the evil of his people that was unleashed on Earth hundreds of years ago. He's certain he isn't going to be able to return to his home, and anger and the need for revenge are his constant companions. His focus has been eradicating the evil and making them pay for taking his life on his world away from him.

Noah tries desperately to fight his attraction to Abby so he can keep his focus on his mission. But when Abby gets dragged into the evil and mayhem from Noah's world, he realizes that maybe with Abby he can find a home here on Earth...if he can save her in time.

Interview with the Author

Q - So, what makes the Six Saviors series special?

A - It's a mix of things, really. When I set out to write these books, I wanted to create something that mirrored exactly the kind of books I like to read, yet I wanted to create something a little different. I love reading paranormal romance bestsellers, as well as fantasy and sci-fi romance best sellers.
The Six Savior books are a great mix of these genres. You'll find the series focuses on the fantasy / sci-fi romance genre with a little paranormal activity thrown in. There is also some action and adventure as well to keep the stories interesting.
Overall, the Six Saviors series is designed to keep you turning the pages - and I've made sure there's never a dull moment until everyone gets their happily ever after.

Q - What order should I read the books in?

A - I’ve written the series so you can read the books in any order, and all the story threads will tie up nicely by the time you're finished. If you do want to read them in order, I'd suggest the following sequence:

The Light Within Me (free sci-fi/fantasy romance)
Finding My Faith
Beverly’s Rebirth
Destiny’s Shift
Tangled Fates
The Dream Walker

Q - So, why should readers give these books a try?

A - Because each book in the Six Saviors series focuses on one of the warriors, and all are alpha males who meet their match when they finally meet their mates. There is humor, action and adventure, and of course, romance. All books have hit the top ten best sellers in their categories, and all have received rave reviews.
Ultimately, readers who enjoy sci-fi/fantasy romance with action and adventure will enjoy the Six Saviors.

Six Saviors Series eBook Categories:

- Paranormal Romance detective
- Alien Romance Mates
- Action and Adventure Romance Series
- Alien Romance Series
- Romance Suspense in audiobooks
- Fantasy Romance free
- Urban fantasy romance


  • Boring

    By 53739364
    It is pretty boring, I thought it was going to be interesting but really they just talk about their girl problems and why it is bad that they can't love the people on earth or will lose the SR44 form. I couldn't finish reading the book it was just too boring. I really was hoping that the book was good.It was pretty to sum it up and I wouldn't recommend this to someone who wants to read a good book.
  • The Lighting Within

    By polyglot one
    This is the first romance novel I've read in decades so I may be missing the nuances. Personally, I found the writing and logic to be inconsistent. I started skimming the pages to just get through it. Carly generally has a good ear for dialogue and how soldiers and Abby might speak. I'm assuming that romance is about feelings just as much of science fiction is about speculation and technology. If this were a romance between Abby and some special forces type, Carly's writing and would probably be fine. As a science fiction romance, it makes little sense. I would hope that a group of aliens with the technology and sophistication to travel across space and an absolute dedication to their mission of finding the escaped colonists would find better ways of spending their time than drinking and playing pool and video games in an underground bunker. Perhaps, that's why they've made so little progress in 200 years. Second, although they are more than 200 years old, they talk and act like young American soldiers, and not like the bicententenarians ( is there such a word?) that they are. They neither age nor gain any wisdom; Noah is unbelievably naive and given the urges that come out, it is hard to accept that he could have been celibate for 200 years while surrounded by his drinking buddies.
  • Amazing!

    By Dada-gaga
    I am not into fictional stuff, but this book was amazing! Couldn't put it down
  • Cliche City

    By Avidscifan
    Good storyline, okay character development, and fast paced. Too many cliches to explain emotions. I prefer to see writers use their originality 100% as opposed to relying upon a common statement to convey a point,
  • The light within Me

    By MR23i
    The concept of this story is intriguing and the love-making segments are delightfully steamy. But does anyone edit these things?? By the time I reached Chapter 4, the grammatical and sentence structural mistakes had become so irritating that I was nearly ready to quit. I hung in there though, and kept it fun -- by just highlighting the errors!
  • Entertaining, but poorly written.

    By iMomwith3iKids
    I think I may have just read my first cheesy romance novel. The main storyline was fine (some cool points there) and the read was basically brain candy (entertaining, but no real nutritional value, so to speak). I liked the idea behind it, though. It was a bit repetitive in some places and some things seemed a little overdone. What bugged me more than anything was that there are so many grammatical, spelling, and just general errors!!! Did anyone review this book before it was released or was this a rough draft? I'm not sure there is any excuse, as it wasn't just one or even two errors. There were so many, it was distracting.
  • Oh Geez..

    By Brooke M Spillman
    I really wanted to like this book, I really did.. but it's so blatantly obvious Fall ripped off J.R. Ward's "Black Dagger Brotherhood" series. Makes me sick, if you can't come up with your own ideas don't write a book!