Review of Souls, book 2 of the Grimnirs series by Ednah Walters

I have received an ARC copy of the book for an honest review.


There is a battle in me. After this part I am totally in love with Echo – I liked him in Grimnirs, but I was in loved with Torin. I was hooked on Torin, but after I have read Souls? Iąm not so sure any more. The love between Echo and Cora is captivating and it makes you want the same for yourself in real life.

But the story.

The book tells us the story of Cora after she started her “job” as a Soul Helper – her communication skills are getting better and she is successfully helping souls find their closure and simply move on. But her awesomeness doesn’t end here. She moved from helping souls to helping living also. She a volunteer in care home and when I read that I had tears in my eyes. Not many people can do that from just pure heart. Cora thinks everything is perfect, her relationship with Echo is blooming and getting more passionate with every second. But then, Echo’s past is staring to haunt her. Literally. A dark souls emerge and seeks her help to patch up things with Echo, but the latter doesn’t want to hear it. But as Core being herself, she is not giving up as she knows that this is the closure for her Echo, that is preventing HIM to move on. She fights for him.

Echo, God he is so hot. I am almost jealous of Cora. Ednah knows how to make girls/women heart to melt. The words that Echo was saying to Cora was making me a puddle of emotions. I cried, literally, few times. He is mesmerizing. but his stubbornness and the fact that he simply doesn’t like Cora’s “job” causes them to fight and they drift further away from each other…

I would like to say so much more! But I know, from my own experience, that spoilers are a big NAY.
There is simply not enough stars for this book. Ednah is just to good. And now I can’t wait for the next parts!

It would be hard to follow without reading the Runes Series, so I recommend to go and get them now 😀

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Deadly Pack by Ashley Stoyanoff review

I have received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.


Small blurb:

Since becoming the alpha female of the Dog Mountain pack, Jade certainly has had her share of challenges. She’s had to prove herself to a bunch of werewolves that she spent years hating; forgive her mate who’d done nothing but lie to her, and face the grueling fact that her father leads a pack of werecougars, who are responsible for tormenting her werewolves for many years.

On the upside, the Dog Mountain pack is finally coming together—now that Jade and Aidan’s mate status is official. And now that they know where her father’s been hiding his nasty pack of beasts, Jade and Aidan can concentrate on stopping them once and for all.

But when Jade’s dad finds out that she’s become Aidan’s official mate, all hell breaks loose, and Jade and Aidan soon learn that his plans for their werewolves are bigger than anyone could have ever suspected.

My thoughts:

What can I say? There is not ENOUGH stars for this brilliant book.

It’s a third book in this brilliant trilogy by Ashley. I loved every word, letter. I couldn’t get enough of Aidan and Jade.
In this part we can see their struggle after Jared’s death and how hard it is for Jade to learn about her dad’s second life. Aidan is supporting Jade in this hard and devastating for her time, but what I like the most is that Jade is not suddenly changing into unbreakable and untouchable hero, that no one can defeat. She is still old Jade, that is scared of facing her dad and making more mistakes, so the pack will eventually turn away from her, or even banish her. She is growing and gradually maturing to become the perfect leader, that is able to stand beside Aidan and not few steps behind him.
We learn that Aidan is not only mad about Jade and her happiness. He is genuinely a good and kind person. He cares about the pack and it’s not only because he is the ALPHA, but they became his friends, especially Dominic. The relation between them is just amazing.
But I loved the most is the fact that Ashley didn’t forget about Jade’s mum struggle and feeling. She brought her up and gave her enough attention to see what she is going through.

Loved it and this trilogy is one of the ones that I will be coming back to re-read them many times.

The cliffhanger that exists at the end of the book brings a hope in me to expect maybe more? There is never ever enough of Aidan.

So yes, I would definitely recommend this book and the trilogy of course!

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The reviews for the rest of the books by Ashley will follow within the next few days!