Talk about an action-packed book! Whew. This was certainly a finale. But, although I’m a reader who isn’t super into fight scenes, this action was warranted and was the epic battle the entire series had been building up to. And having the fighting be chock full of magic and shifters and vampires and fae and dragons and demons and zombies and gods made it even more interesting and wild.
There’s not anything I can say about the characters or the rest of the series that I haven’t said already, probably numerous times, but I am going to miss Patrick and Jono and Wade and their whole pack and found family because they’re wonderful. I’m also going to miss Lucien and Carmen because I love them too, despite (or maybe because of) the fact that they are total assholes. This series did have a lot of great characters, as well as lovely friendships and found family and a romantic relationship that is overflowing with understanding and support and love. Patrick and Jono are a perfect match, and I don’t think anyone could’ve been there for Patrick the way he needed and helped him through all the trauma in his life except Jono.
This book provided great closure to all the important threads without overdoing it and left me with warm feelings. I’m happy for these characters. They deserve their happiness and to enjoy their lives together.
Fans of Books 1-6 in Hailey Turner's Soulbound series. Anyone who likes m/m urban fantasy, magic and supernatural creatures, lovable characters, and sweet romantic and friends/family-like relationships.