Souljacker

  • by Yasmine Galenorn
  • Narrated by Cassandra Campbell
  • 9 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lily O'Connell, a succubus, has put her unique talents to work. She owns Lily Bound, an elite sex salon in the Blood Night District of Seattle. When a client turns up dead in her club, and she hears the news that the Souljacker - an old tattoo-artist friend-turned-vampire, who was institutionalized years before - has escaped to reclaim his "artwork", Lily knows she's next on his list.
With one of his tattoos on her thigh and nowhere else to turn, Lily hires Archer Desmond, a chaos demon and PI, to track the vampire down before he tracks her. But she didn't expect to fall for Archer - and they say a succubus who falls in love will destroy the heart of the one she seeks to claim....

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was not what I hoped

the story did not grab my attention
the love scenes were rushed and unemotional
I ended up falling asleep halfway through it and having to go back which is not normal for me.

in all fairness it could have been the performance because I kept thinking that it sounded like Tavia Gilbert but was obviously not

I debated between two stars or three stars and opted for three stars to give the benefit of the doubt
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- David Dickson

Underwhelming to the Nth Degree

Think of how flour tastes; the flavor of this book is flour. You might be thinking: "But this book is about a succubus! How could it possibly be so bland?" I agree. How could it!

The plot--what little there was--was uninspired and mediocre, at best. The characters were equally drab. I scarcely cared about any one of them; in fact, the protagonist was vaguely annoying, and the lead male failed to make me swoon.

I almost gave up several times, but I kept at it, for two reasons: 1) I kept thinking maybe it would really get rolling in the last leg of the journey; and 2) since this is obviously set up to be a series, when Book 2 comes out, it may pique my interest, and then I will wish I had bothered finishing Book 1.

Having actually finished Book 1, though, I have come to two conclusions: 1) I can't imagine how the author could possibly squeeze any additional plot from the first book to substantiate a second; and 2) even if the author does manage this feat, I don't think, even then, I'll have any interest in pursuing this further.

I'm ready to cut my losses.
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- Kerri J.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-07-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio