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- Book 1 of 3 in Every Soul Series (3 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
This is LK Collins BEST WORK to date! EVERY SOUL takes us on a beautiful and erotic journey of love, loss, hope, and second chances. Bain and Arion are two characters that will stay with me for a very long time. My heart hurt for them, and you can’t help but feel for these wonderful, broken characters. The strength of these two just blew my mind. What they both went through would crumble a human being. The support and love that they brought to one another, warmed my soul and brought a smile to my face. Second chances are hard, but together, and the amount of healing they provided from one another, they can now start over with a stronger foundation for their love.
What would you do if you suffered an incredibly devastating loss, and all of your hopes, dreams, and passions drifted away? What happens when the grief is so overwhelming, you feel like you have no one to turn to and you are driven to make very bad decisions, because you no longer care? Bain and Arion have both lost loved ones. The losses have left them empty and emotionally drained. In EVERY SOUL, we follow them through their grief. We follow them, as they try to live half a life, as they try to find some way out of the darkness. Bain uses his pills and Arion uses sex to cope. When they finally find each other, it was supposed to be just temporary to ease the pain, just for a little while. When one time turns into two, and two times turns into three, and so on; they find themselves growing more and more attracted to each other. When they learn of each other’s loss, their relationship grows even stronger. They become a rock for one another, someone to lean on, and take away some of the pain.Read more ›
I think that this book was great. From the beginning the book grips you by the throat and takes you into the core of it. You are plunged into the depths of despair, hopelessness, uncertainty, and an unfailingly dark path. I don't say this to scare away any readers, I'm stating it because it is fact and simply a means of caution because it is unputdownable (<- totally my word). Your dishes WILL NOT be washed, you will probably starve unless you have a snickers bar or some crackers near you, and you will enjoy it.
A little about the book:
This book is told in a dual POV (point of view) perspective. The first character is Bain (insert sweet sigh escaping). From the start, you see the character Bain as a passionate, loyal, strong, and beautifully broken man. He brings to my mind a lot of things and also brings out the compassionate side of me. He needs a savior and a will to remain in this world.
The second character is Arion (insert eye roll). Arion, simply put, is a devil may care girl who has experienced loss and knows that nothing is guaranteed in this life. She has a rule against getting attached to anyone. She is a maneater in other words. She 'loves em' and leaves em. Totally my type of girl.
They are both broken by similar situations, yet they dealt with their pains differently. The way they cope are total opposites of each other, yet together they find the missing pieces of the broken puzzles of who they are. Can they heal each other or will the tragedies they've faced weigh them down into the darkness?
Honestly, I found this story intriguing.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Are you trying to kill me?? That ending!! Oh my gosh you just killed me! The story of Bain and Arion it's heartbreaking. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Shortie424
When I first read this book I kind of had a hard time with it. Then came the second book. Then the third. I can't get this story or these books out of my head. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Candyce Barton
This is my first LK Collins book. I will leave a short review so I can start my second one. I laughed and cried and had to fan myself while reading this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Shelia I.
The moment I started reading I was hooked. I adore Bain. I can't wait to start the second book. There is a cliff hanger and I hope the 3rd book wraps it up... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carebear
I really enjoyed this book! It really hit home with the connection with two people of losing someone close. Great series!Published 9 months ago by Melissa D. Fleck
This book is on a whole new level for me. I knew I was going to love this book for the very first line on the very first page. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cecily Bonney
I liked the premise of two tortured wounded souls finding each other. And the sex scenes were interesting. But when Bain's penis is described as ten inches, I'm out. Read morePublished 9 months ago by MeanJ9
This was a great, emotional read. A, the female lead lost her fiancé while he was deployed. Bain, the male lead, lost his sister to suicide. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Cookie maker
Hmmm one star. Can't even remember this book. Must have been so bad I couldn't finish it.Published 11 months ago by DobermanMomma