VAMPIRES, VENGEANCE, AND INAPPROPRIATE LAUGHTER.
My name is Ell Clyne. I’m just a normal girl living in your average small town, trying to make a buck at a dead-end job.
Scratch that. Normal was thrown out the window the night I became the Cypher.
The truth is, I work for vampires. My bank account makes me feel like an influencer without the vagina-scented candles. And that spot in my chest—right where my soul should be—was metaphysically scooped out to make room for the revolving-door of souls I read each night before I return to sender. It isn’t the philanthropic job of my dreams, but I told one hell of a lie to get it.
I did it in order to save someone I love more than myself.
When my lie is discovered, the vampires want answers… Even if it kills me.
In a world full of enemies—and one particularly hot yet extremely vexing coworker—I must figure out who sold me out and why before I permanently lose my soul, my life, and my family forever.
Because liars pay in blood.
Fans of humorous urban fantasy with a dash of horror and spicy family drama are sure to enjoy the secrets and twists of Souled Out. The Ell Clyne series is full of fangs, dark secrets, and kick-ass moments.
“Ideal for those who love both paranormal and vampire stories with a difference.” -Readers’ Favorite five-star review
“Souled Out is a dark tale of betrayal at the deepest level.” -The Reading Cafe
Action, mystery, and a bit of romance kept me entertained and had me turning the pages to see what happened next.
Ell is more than she seems. While I loved her snarky attitude, I also liked seeing her more vulnerable side. Despite everything, the love she feels for her sister never wavers.
The book is packed with action and intrigue. From fights with vampires to burning houses, there’s never a dull moment. Add in sibling rivalry taken to a whole new level and it’s one surprise after another.
If you like adventure fantasy, especially with vampires, Souled Out is a must read! I eagerly anticipate book two so I can join Ell, Gabriel, and Seth on the next part of the journey.
*Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.