By: Lori Adams
Releasing April 21st, 2015
Otherworldly desire and paranormal action reach new heights in the final installment of The Soulkeepers. As Sophia St. James moves Heaven and Hell to claim her destiny, questions are answered, secrets are revealed—and immortal love is tested.
After finally becoming a powerful Spirit Walker, Sophia St. James is shocked to discover that her conjured identical twin, Ka—along with her soul—have been dragged down to Hell by the relentless Demon Knight Dante. Sophia tries to hide the crisis, but there is little hope of keeping any secrets from her red-hot Guardian Angel. Growing suspicious, Michael has been making plans of his own that will bind him and Sophia together forever.
But Sophia is plagued with evil visions through Ka’s experiences in Hell. She is terrified that Dante will discover he has taken the wrong Sophia. Desperate to return to her original state before she withers away and dies, she risks everything to go where Michael can’t follow. To bring back Ka and save her own soul, Sophia must now enter the gates of Hell.
Praise for The Soulkeepers
“In a clash between heaven and hell, no one raises the heat like Spirit Walker Sophia and her Guardian Angel, Michael.”—Cecy Robson, award-winning author of the Weird Girls series
“As romantic as it is addictive, with witty writing, an action-packed plot, and a face-fanning romance all in one, The Soulkeepers is quickly becoming one of my favorite paranormal series.”—Cassie Mae, author of The Real Thing
“If you are looking for an amazing and unique paranormal romance that never has a dull moment, has an intense love triangle, fabulous characters, and a captivating, action-filled plot, then look no further than this highly addictive series.”—The Avid Book Collector
Link to Follow Tour: http://www.tastybooktours.com/2014/07/unforgiven-soulkeepers-3-by-lori-adams.html
Goodreads Series Link: https://www.goodreads.com/series/112984-the-soulkeepers
Lori Adams is the author of the Soulkeepers series: Forbidden, Awaken, and Unforgiven. She wrote her first book—about scary sharks—at the age of eight. Now she writes New Adult, young adult, and middle-grade fiction. Originally from Oklahoma, Adams lives in Southern California with her husband and two daughters.
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As many of you who have followed us for a while I have been following this series since the first book Forbidden and with each book I have become more of a champion for Sophia and Michael, but also wanted to see how it will work with Sophia feeling divided between Michael and Dante. It can’t be easy being so young and having the responsibilities that she has, but to also be of two hearts adds to it. This is just a few of the reasons I found Sophia to be such a great and strong character, to begin with. But I have to say Ms. Adams has surpassed herself with Unforgiven. Yes I know I tease you all the time with little bits of how great I found a book, and give you nothing. So don’t be surprised that I will do it again.
At the end of book 2 Awakening, Sophia loses her other half and her soul to Dante and Hell, now she has to figure out how to get it back. All this while she is trying to hide from the man that she loves, an angel, the fact that she currently has no soul. All this at the same time her other half is experiencing life in Hell and finally doing the things that Dante has always wanted her to do. The only thing is that they are in HELL after all and nothing is what it seams or safe for Sophia’s double. To complicate things just a little bit more for Sophia she has to join her two halves and her soul all before she loses them forever. So what does she have to do… the only thing a girl who’s half is stuck in the dark part, she goes to Hell.
And pardon the pun… but this causes all HELL to break loose, until to point where everything eventually comes to a head and Sophia completes her destiny.
Now during all this time Michael and Dante are dealing with all their own problems and issues. Now I know it sounds like I am demising the boys part in the story… but to me though they do have big parts in this series, it is all about Sophia and what her destiny is to be fulfilled.
I am a bit sad to see this series come to its end. But I know you would all get as much enjoyment out of it as I did. This book of course gets five very sweet kisses from me.
Happy Reading… Adri