Title: Soul To Keep (Vampire Sorority Sisters #3)
Author: Rebekah Wetherspoon
Synopsis: With every commitment comes sacrifice …
College junior Jill Babineux knows where her priorities lie. Between a full course load, her blood pledge to feed a certain vampire, and all the community service hours she’s got to log with her sisters in Alpha Beta Omega Sorority, the last thing on her mind is finding love, especially with an immortal.
Which works out just fine for Miyoko “Tokyo” Hayashi who’s been so busy enjoying her wild days and even kinkier nights, she’s never had a reason to speak to the tiny know-it-all. But after a random run-in and a few carefully plotted encounters, Miyoko learns that there’s more to the sorority’s least favorite member.
Miyoko never thought she’d actually start to like the girl, let alone love her, but when true evil comes for Jill, Miyoko finds herself willing to do anything to protect her. Anything.
Rating: 3 stars
Review: I received this e-ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Honestly though? Meh. The sex scenes weren’t particularly explosive, and the romance wasn’t especially passionate. That’s not to say it wasn’t good – it was good, but it just wasn’t that fantastic.
I’ve been dipping into the New Adult genre lately, and this is the most recent title I’ve tried. It’s a standalone book series where the ABO sorority are vampires and feeders, but this book focuses on the human Jill and the vampire Tokyo and their relationship which grows throughout the book. I did enjoy that they become friends first, and then girlfriends, but in general their relationship wasn’t all that interesting.
The last quarter of the book got to be the most interesting, when there was more of a plot that wasn’t Jill and Tokyo. It ended on a good note where I enjoyed it, even if the ending was a little unrealistic. I’m not going to spoil anything – you may enjoy it more than I did – but for me, it wasn’t that great. It was okay, but it wasn’t four-star worthy in my opinion.
Perhaps the next NA book I read will be more of a four-maybe five star book.