Joss Stirling

Angel is impulsive. Disguising her savant ability to control water doesn't come easily to her.

Then she meets the broodingly handsome Marcus at a music festival where they're both performing, and finds herself all at sea. For when he sings, her soul answers with its own music.

Like the tide, their mutual attraction cannot be held back but Marcus's mistrust of Angel's gift is even stronger. How can they ever be together if Marcus is unable to accept who Angel is or what they could mean for each other?

And with the net closing in on the Savant community - it is time for everyone to choose a side.

Dear Reader,

Welcome to the fifth book in my savant series. Are you ready for Angel? Sometimes she thinks the world just can't keep up with her. I have to tell you that she was such good fun to write - I think I had most fun on this one out of all the Savant books so far.

So who do you think would suit my exuberant, talented Angel? While she has to get the best, most dreamiest guy I could imagine...

And how would you like to hang out at a music festival with the Benedict brothers? Read on to find out what that's like...


Some early reviews…

Lunaland Books

‘Angel Dares is an amazing continuation in the Benedict series. It's full of romance, fun, action and with that subtle paranormal hint that Stirling has perfected. Angel is such a strong heroine with a lively personality that makes her stand out from the previous heroines in the series. We also get to see more of our favourite savant brothers as they continue to search for their soulfinders, and we are introduced to Angel's soul finder the rockstar Marcus.’

Ameenah on GoodReads

‘Another great addition to the Benedicts series. I really like how Joss Stirling has managed to approach the issue of soulfinders from a different angle.’


‘okay wow this is one of my favourites in the series!! It was just perfection :) oh marcus <3 *sigh*’

Raye’s Reviews

‘The entire book contains a perfect mixture of action, drama and romance, and I found myself simply smiling throughout the whole story.’

Angel Dares (Benedicts, #5)