Review of Keeper of Souls by Casey L Bond

Carmen Kennedy finally feels normal. Enrolled in college, she’s making a few friends and taking life one day at a time. Her days are filled with classes, studying, and attempting to be more social, while her nights are filled with terrifying dreams. All of her nightmares have one thing in common: him. She can’t see his face, but a flash of dark feathers is all it takes to remind her of The Keeper of Crows. He isn’t supposed to be real. 
There is a world that exists beneath the fabric of our own, a torturous place filled with despair. The Keeper is there; Carmen just has to find out why and if there is a way to help him leave that place. Her sanity and life will be threatened, but she can’t ignore his screams any longer. 
When love exists, it doesn’t matter the distance. It finds a way to remind you. 
Will love be enough to save Michael and Carmen when The Keeper of Souls stands in their way?

It was all a dream a dark and twisted dream or so Carmen is brain washed to believe and is now trying to move on with her life and starting college.
College is not so easy though she has Cass and Zane both vying to hang out as well as nightmares and reminders of the times in purgatory continuing to appear around her… but its not real right!? Carmen thought her time in purgatory was penance enough for saving Michael but just like the those Lucifer God is a sneaky bugger too and now both Carmen and Michael are paying for it but are either of them really strong enough for not only themselves but each other. There is so much packed into this book I feel like book 1 was just the warm up so get settled in for this read as there is so much more world building, twists and surprises that keep you guessing what happens next as well as emotions including shock, anger and a fist pump or 2 especially towards the end. People from her past re appear, good luck working out who to trust, who’s who and will they ever really get their Happy ever after.


With thanks to Lady Amber’s reviews and PR for the review copy, Keeper of Souls is available through Amazon here

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