4.5 out of 5 Licks
Book two of the Soul Justice series
A powerful magic user is stealing people’s faces in San Francisco, and empath Ella Walsh and shifter Vadim Morosov have been called in to investigate. Still adjusting to the closeness and permanence of their new relationship, the government-paired mates are soon hot on the trail of an Otherworld cultist from Vadim’s past.
But their target turns the tables, and after he gives Ella someone else’s face, the couple will have to follow him to Otherworld to get hers back. There, in an ancient world of family ties, old grudges and monsters, where living memory stretches centuries, Ella will have to confront the dangerous truth of Vadim’s bygone life.
Because there’s a reason the Fae call him Death Bringer, and if Ella can’t unravel it, she may never see her mate—or her face—again.
See how Ella met Vadim in SOUL SUCKER, available now!
After finishing Soul Sucker, I immediately started this one. These books should come with a warning: Do not start unless you are prepared to ignore everything in your life until you finish them both. lol We pick up right where we left off in book one although where book one was really more about Ella finding herself, this one is very much focused on Vadim and his internal journey. Of course Ella is heavily involved though. I don’t want to give too much away in this review in case you haven’t read the first one yet, but suffice it to say I couldn’t put this one down either. There is a ton going on in these two book and there were times when I found myself a bit lost, but I always managed to come back around and I was never pulled out of the story. I was on pins and needles waiting to see how this one turned out. Ella continues her witty sarcasm and I was quite worried at times she was going to meet an evil demise while she was in the Otherworld-they don’t tend to do so well with snarky attitude. While we do get resolution for Ella and Vadim in this one I still want more in this series. There are so many characters I want to know more about and of course the romance reader in me wants HEA for them all. Now quit wasting time reading my review and go buy these books!!