Sunday, 25 November 2012

40 Souls to Keep


40 Souls to Keep

Adult M/M
Source: eARC/NetGalley
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Seven years ago, Jase awoke with the mystical power to heal people—and no memory of his past. The only clue to his identity is the number forty tattooed on his arm. Driven by a mission he doesn’t understand, Jase follows his visions to those he’s meant to save. He is convinced that the fortieth person he’s drawn to—a little girl named Macy Pearl—is the key to finally learning the truth…

Social worker Lucas Jacobson has made a promise to protect Macy, orphaned when her parents were brutally murdered. So when Jase shows up in Naples claiming he’s there to heal the child, Lucas is wary, despite his attraction to the enigmatic stranger.

Then Macy is abducted, and Lucas has no choice but to trust in Jase. Scouring the city from its glitzy resorts to its seedy underbelly only deepens the mystery—and draws the two men closer. But Jase is certain of one thing: if Macy dies, a dark fate awaits them all.


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My Review...

So this book is a sweet love story with little smut. The concept of the story was interesting and yet random. However you feel the connection between Jase and Lucas right away and you feel their love and protectiveness with Macy as well. 

There was a lot of suspense and I dunno's which you left you wanting to get to the end which is always a good point in my books.  Since the story is random and about coincidence I felt like it good have a bit more back ground since I was left a little lost sometimes with the different talents or traits that the unknowns with the numbers on them. 

The love between Jase and Lucas was sweet and lovely and I liked the ending. 

All in all I would say 3.5 thumbs up! thumbs upthumbs upthumbs up . 5

Lauren

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