Saturday, 19 April 2014

Review of Save My Soul by K.S. Haigwood

Save My Soul by K.S. Haigwood

Blurb:
Kendra Larkin had everything going in the right direction. Her life was seemingly perfect, and she wouldn't have changed a thing about it. Unfortunately, the course of her life was about to be forever altered. A tragic rappelling accident lands her on Dr. Adam Chamberlain's operating table.

She agrees to a deal proposed by a guardian angel to help save the soul of the man who is both her doctor and soulmate. If she is successful, she gets to keep her life. However, she later learns that it isn't just her life that's in jeopardy, but her soul as well.
Even with the help of her handsome guardian angel, Rhyan, it seems there is no happy ending in sight. Torn between her newly discovered love of Rhyan, and the undeniable attraction she has for Adam, Kendra finds herself at a crossroad. With Adam's steadfast rejection of God, and his guardian demon conspiring against her, she fears her soul may already be lost.
Will she find a way to overcome the evil her life is suddenly burdened with? Or will Adam's guardian demon win both their souls and make Kendra his own personal puppet in Hell?


Review:
All it takes is a week. Within a week Kendra has already died more times than any normal person should and survived, has seen miracles and has found her soulmate. But will she be able to keep him?
Follow Kendra and find out how she struggles to restore faith in a man who has long lost it and tries to save both their souls.
(That sounded more like a back cover description. :P But I didn't want to give anything away!)

Save My Soul was an amazing read. It was sweet and refreshing. The concept and the story line was very different from what I've read so far.
The concept of a Guardian Angel and a Guardian Demon was really interesting. I loved how all the characters are so well thought out. This is one of those books that has you hooked from the get go. So be prepared to not move for a while. ;)

There was a bit of abruptness I found in a few places but apart from that it is beautifully written and flows effortlessly.

Another amazing read from K.S. Haigwood!

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