She doesn't wear my ring. We never stood before a preacher. The only vows exchanged were between our bodies; between our souls. But she was mine and I was hers until I ruined it. I have to believe that every day, every step, every breath brings me closer to making things right. To making her mine again.
I've seen promises broken. I know love makes no guarantees. But things were different for Rhys and me, until he lied, and I walked away. Only there's a chain between our hearts that I can't break. Even if I forgive him, a shadow from my past hangs over us; over this love that reaches all the way down to my soul.
This is Book 2 of the Soul Series. You MUST listen to Book 1, My Soul to Keep, first.
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By bookbruin on 29-05-18
Deep Cries Out to Deep
I couldn't wait to start this book after finishing My Soul to Keep. I NEEDED to know what became of Rhyson and Kai. Down to My Soul is not a stand alone and should be read after book 1 in the series.
At the end of My Soul to Keep Rhyson had a lot to apologize for. His controlling behavior drove a huge wedge between him and Kai and resulted in their separation. I honestly didn't think he could redeem himself. Boy, was I wrong! This book showed a more open and vulnerable Rhyson (along with his alpha side) and I loved it! He truly showed Kai and everyone else how devoted he was to her and their relationship. At times it was borderline obsession, but was totally in line with his personality and character. Unfortunately, I had the opposite reaction to Kai in this book. I respected and really liked her in My Soul to Keep, but this time she came across as whiny, immature, and selfish. I understand that she was terrified of Rhyson's reaction to the big secret, but knowingly deceiving him (especially after the HELL she put him through after his mistake) really made me lose a lot of respect for her. I still love them as a couple, but Rhyson is definitely my favorite of the pair.
Kai Kennicott and Wen Ross were amazing again in this duet narration and both really shined with their emotional performances. They draw the listener in and have wonderful chemistry that worked perfectly for this series. I'll be reading the final book Refrain since there isn't an audiobook available, but I'm glad that this isn't the end of #Kaison.
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By Ndulgent Bloggrs on 19-10-16
A Must Read if you read book one in Soul Series
A complicated love story between two musicians, picks up where book one left off and takes readers towards an HFN. While the story is sweet enough, the sighs and laughs in the narration are annoying. I've never heard a book read this way before - and I hope I never do again.
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