BOOK REVIEW: Soul Seeker by Kaylin McFarren

Publisher: Creative Edge Publishing LLC

Release Date: September 30, 2020

Genre: Adult Fiction / Supernatural Suspense

Goodreads Blurb

While awaiting his execution for murdering his son, Benjamin Poe confesses to his lawyer the true story behind his crime, a harrowing tale of a manipulating, soul-collecting demon named Crighton.

Following Poe’s death, Crighton continues his malevolent duties, until he’s kidnapped by members of The Sovereign Sector. This group of scientists, notorious for experimenting on supernatural creatures, force Crighton into a soulmate relationship with the very angel he was sent to capture for Lucifer.

However, with secrets revealed and loyalties shifting, Crighton soon becomes the target of Lucifer’s revenge, and his journey to redemption and freedom—or eternal enslavement—begins.

My Thoughts

You know when you want to love a book but you just… don’t? That’s what happened to me with Soul Seeker by Kaylin McFarren. I read the synopsis and thought it sounded great, and I do love me some supernatural suspense, but I just could not get into this one. I thought it was very confusing, and I’m not sure if it was the writing or the plot or what, but that made me lose interest very quickly and I found myself not caring about what would happen next. There are also quite a few sex scenes (and this is not even halfway in) that I was just not into, and I wasn’t sure how they fit into the plot. Life is too short to keep reading a book you aren’t into so this is a DNF for me at about 50%. I do have the author’s previous book and I am hoping for better luck. There are lots of great reviews for this one, so I definitely recommend checking it out if you think it sounds good!

MY RATING

Rating: 1 out of 5.

Thank you to Get Red PR and the author for providing me with an advance review copy of this book. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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