40 Souls to Keep
Publisher: Carina Press
Pages no: 239
, Urban Fantasy
, Mystery Thriller
, M M Romance
This book wasn’t much, I cant say I hated it because the story never had me emotionally involved. I am even having a hard time writing this review because I just found the book so meh, its hard to come with a conversation topic. So this review is going to be short, and not so sweet.The plot started ...
3 stars. First chapter grabbed me and I had to keep reading to find out what happens next. The romance didn't really work for me. I was definitely more interested in the plot than with the romance between the main characters in this one.
I honestly didn’t know what to expect from 40 Souls to Keep. Sure, it sounded interesting and there was enough of a paranormal aspect to catch my interest. The surprise came when I became totally emotionally invested in these characters.This was an intense book. Much more intense than I originally e...
Ok… I have to say this.. I want more of this world and stories of these poor souls who get saddled with the job of helping souls in trouble.Jase wakes up on a park bench with no memory of his past, who he is, what he is supposed to do or anything… He's got a strange tattoo of the number 40 on his...
The premise of this book seemed interesting at first, but the characters and execution left me wanting. I found Jase to be a very manipulative, and unlikable person. It seems like his power was wasted on him, and his petty and shallow self. Having worked customer service jobs the Burger King inciden...