Review: With All My Soul by Rachel Vincent
With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7)
by: Rachel Vincent
Publication Date: Mar. 26, 2013
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Age Group: Young Adult
Source: Purchased for Nook
Page Count: 384 pages
Order Links: Amazon | B&N
My Rating: 4.75/5 stars
First of all let me say, what a beautiful ending to such a great series. I can't remember what made me give these books a shot, but I am SO glad I did. I do remember being burnt out on vampires and werewolves, so it was so refreshing to finally read about a different type of paranormal group-bean sidhes!
Our main character Kaylee has had quite a ride. We have seen so much growth from her: We've watched her discover her true nature, we've watched her fall in love and experience heartbreak, we've watched her friendships grow and strengthen due to countless tragedies, and we have watched her turn into a person who is willing to sacrifice everything for the people she loves.
Having become so attached to all of the characters in the Soul Screamers novels, I am quite sad to say goodbye. The ending was bittersweet for me. I felt Kaylee got her HEA, but it definitely came with a price.
Overall, I do feel this book wrapped up the series nicely and we did have our questions answered and all major plotlines were resolved.
Kaylee and Tod were as fierce in love as ever, and that definitely made me enjoy this book all the more, because I love everything about Tod. He provides us with comedic relief, but has so many tender moments with Kaylee it definitely makes your heart feel full.
Here's to another ending of a series, and best part of all: No epilogues. :)