Soul Unbound

Key to the Cursed, #3

This is the third book in the series and I loved every minute of it. We are once more taken to the gods and goddesses of old and the continual battle of good versus evil.

Bomani was a warrior with a secret known only to his family. He has come to the human realm under the auspices of Bast, the goddess of chaos. She sends him after exilers who have been judged by the creation gods and must be brought to justice. She gives him an assignment to find an exiler and observe only.

Siya has been in the human realm for 4 millennia. She was exiled here as a punishment for her crimes during the great war between the realms. She is an exiler who just happens to be Sekhmet, goddess of war. She is Bomani's assignment.

More is at stake than either realizes. There are forces that surround them that neither is prepared for. They must come to understand their connection as well as what role they play in the bigger picture between the realms. Only one question arises, can they survive long enough to figure out what part they play in the upcoming battle?

If you like visiting the gods and goddesses of old, you will love the next installment of this series. I can't wait for the next one.


Book Blurb for Soul Unbound

WHEN LOVE AND HONOR IS LOST

Bomani escapes his Underworld home under a cloud of loss and shame into the realm of the living, a place he doesn’t belong. Desperate to stay hidden from his family, Bomani agrees to track an exiler with strict orders to look but not touch. The moment he encounters his mark, the Goddess of War, he knows he is damned to break the one order that is keeping him from facing his shame.

NOT ALL IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR

Exiled to the human realm over four thousand years ago with a stay of execution, Siya struggles to ensure that the good of humanity prospers despite the evil invading its core. Memories of a forbidden love affair resurface when she is haunted by a dark warrior lurking in the shadows. Fate has told her there are no second chances at love, especially when the next day may be her last.


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2015 5.00