All the missing victims of North Carolina's deadliest serial killer have been found, all except Rachel Smith. When the FBI produces a photo proving Rachel is alive and well in Texas, one case is closed but another one is opened. Either this is a case of mistaken identity, or there are more people than just Sloan Jordan and Warren Parish who seem to walk the earth without a soul.
Along with Detective Nathan McNamara, Sloan and Warren travel south to find Rachel and solve the biggest mystery of all: determining who - or what - they really are.
Just to be clear: the plot of this story is wrapped up by the end of the book. However, a bit of information is revealed at the end so the listener knows another book is coming.
©2016 Elicia Hyder (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
Hell yeah! Lol, I just did actually! This book is pretty spectacular and can also be read as a stand-alone, which is always nice. The previous book, The Soul Summoner, can also be read singularly.
Ahhh, such a hard choice! Definitely Sloan and Adrianne! They're both very sassy and witty!
Sloan Jordan, but she does guys well, too!
Well...I suppose you'd find out eventually, and it's not really extremely important to the rest of the book, so I'll say it was when Sloan found her late mother's recipe files for her. I cried my eyes out. XD
Sloan Jordan: No words can even describe how much I love her! She's sassy, sweet, and all around neat. As a girl who understands the longing to find her birth parents, I can certainly relate that aspect of this book! One thing I will say, without spoiling, is people are not always who they seem to be. There's a whole lot going on beneath the surface, and Sloan will do well to remember that!
Warren Parish: One word: HOT. What's sexier than a military man with washboard abs, an enigmatic aura, and dry wit who uses his "gift" to exact justice?! Okay...I don't really condone murder to solve problems, even in the way he's used it necessarily, but as a last resort to stop some really effed up people, I guess I'd let it pass. (And besides, he's kind of the protagonist, so like. I gotta deal with it anyway. LOLOL. Ahhh, it's a gray area for some lawyers in the crowd. XD) BUT, the man is totally amazing and I love that he's so patient with Sloan.
Nathan McNamara: Two words: Dammit Elicia! Why the hell do you have to do this to me?!?! Nate's just as lovable as Warren and he cares just as much for Sloan too! There's just one itsy-bitsy issue: he's already got a girlfriend––in the form of Sloan's "nemesis." The bro is playing a dangerous game here: two women, three hearts, who's will be broken in the end??????!
In this book, I learned how to make scrambled eggs (yes, cook!), a bit about the Catholic religion (and angels–if they exist), how to shoot a gun, and how military deployment callback "works" all while laughing my head off, crying my eyes out, and yelling at the characters to get their acts together! XD
Of the current Soul Summoner books out this is my favorite one!
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