Book Review: Forgotten Souls by Tiffany King

ImageForgotten Souls, a sequel to Meant to Be, is clearly a gateway into the next book in the series. I will say that I enjoyed it, just not as much as Meant to Be. King does an excellent job further developing the bonds between Guides and Protectors, which we were left wondering about in the first book. We learn a lot about the powers each of them holds, and it’s fascinating seeing the super powers King chooses for the Guides versus the Protectors. Be prepared to read a lot about these powers and how they learn to control them.

We get a sneak peek at what the Guides and Protectors can do to save the world at the conclusion of Forgotten Souls. King amps up the action and continually maintains a focus on the emotional bond between the Guides and Protectors throughout the entire book. I recommend having a tissue box by your side for those sad moments that arise in this second book. King is a true writer, the kind that will make you both laugh and cry. If you haven’t read Meant to Be or Forgotten Souls yet and you enjoy reading romance and/or paranormal books, I suggest you do. Forgotten Souls is a 4 out of 5 star novel, so it’s worth the read!

Forgotten Souls is available in ebook and paperback right on Amazon. You can get this fascinating read for a bargain price of $2.99 in ebook form and just $8.99 in paperback. This is the second book in the Saving Angels series, so you will need to read Meant to Be first (the first book). Once you start reading the series, you’ll want to keep reading. Now to await the third book :).

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I'm a self-published author searching for her place in the publishing industry. I seek out inspiration through yoga and the world around me to transcribe into my writing. I work retail in the daytime and escape into my writing at night.
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2 Responses to Book Review: Forgotten Souls by Tiffany King

  1. Sounds like a fun read, but I guess I should start with Meant to Be. I’ll put both on my TBR list.

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