Soulbound by Kristen Callihan {Kelly’s Review}

Posted 4 March, 2015 by Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Soulbound by Kristen Callihan {Kelly’s Review}Soulbound by Kristen Callihan
Series: Darkest London #6
Also in this series: Firelight {Kelly}, Firelight {Amanda}, Moonglow {Kelly}, Moonglow {Amanda}, Winterblaze {Amanda}, Winterblaze {Kelly}, Shadowdance {Amanda}, Shadowdance {Kelly}, Evernight, Soulbound
Genres: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Pages: 432
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher

Once two souls are joined...

When Adam's soul mate rejected him, there was more at stake than his heart. After seven hundred years of searching, his true match would have ended the curse that keeps his spirit in chains. But beautiful, stubborn Eliza May fled—and now Adam is doomed to an eternity of anguish, his only hope for salvation gone...

Their hearts will beat together forever...

No matter how devilishly irresistible Adam was, Eliza couldn't stand the thought of relinquishing her freedom forever. So she escaped. But she soon discovers she is being hunted—by someone far more dangerous. The only man who can help is the one man she vowed never to see again. Now Adam's kindness is an unexpected refuge, and Eliza finds that some vows are made to be broken...

Darkest London just keeps getting better!

Thoughts on Soulbound

My unfettered love for this series seems to be growing stronger with every book. Honestly, I loved Will and Holly in book 5 and I seriously wondered how Adam and Eliza were going to top them. I shouldn’t have worried. Adam and Eliza had some wicked history and even wickeder chemistry.

And, holy bananas, the things Adam was subjected to at Mab’s hands. Awful! Beyond that, Mab in general gave me the willies. She was not a good fae. Not good at all.

Enough about her. Let’s talk about Adam and Eliza. Those two did not get off on the right foot. Adam’s knee jerk reaction to chaining Eliza to him so she couldn’t escape was bad on so many levels. I completely saw where Eliza was coming from when she ran. Of course, going to Mab wasn’t the best idea, but one works with what one has at hand. Once Eliza began to see Mab’s machinations (terrible, terrible machinations), she did what she had to do to get herself and Adam out.

Not going to lie, the slow trust that built between them was perfect. Absolutely perfect.

I loved seeing familiar faces and I loved the setup for Sin’s book. That poor, poor boy. I can’t wait to see how his story plays out.

Kelly Loves Books... and you!

Filed under: ESR: 10, Historical Romance, Paranormal Romance, Review: Kelly,


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