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Book Review: Souls Unite (The Soul Wars: Book 4) by J.D. Blackrose

Souls Unite (The Soul Wars: Book 4)
by J.D. Blackrose
November 21, 2017
Falstaff Books
Pages: 120
Souls Unite is the breathtaking fourth installment in the Soul Wars series, begun in Souls Collide.

A mysterious informant draws Valkyrie Kara away from her vampire charge Gaspard to whisper dark secrets of past vengeance and broken promises.

Can Kara trust the shocking revelations the stranger shares? Can Kara keep Gaspard safe from the perils of the Soul Wars?

The Soul Wars novella series is a new series of short novels, similar to BookShots. Souls Collide is the first in the series by urban fantasy author J.D. Blackrose.

In Book 4 of the Soul Wars, Gaspard and Kara prepare for the coming battle. Kara is given information that may help them with the war, but the informant who prefers to keep their identity secret and they worry that they can’t trust this mysterious informant. Gaspard has no desire to for Kara to meet with this informant on her own but concedes he must allow her to do her job after all she’s a Valkyrie and is more than capable of protecting herself.

Gaspard and Kara find themselves more drawn to each other than ever before. Kara does not want to love someone, and Gaspard is trying desperately to respect her wishes. As Kara faces her mortality, it may be the tipping point in their relationship.

Blackrose is a gifted writer who can write fast-paced novellas without sacrificing her characters or the story. An excellent supernatural fantasy series you will want to check out!

Denise B

Pre-order the collection of all four books. A print version will be available too!
December 12, 2017
466 pages

About the Author:

J.D. Blackrose is the fantasy pen name of Joelle Reizes. She loves all things storytelling and celebrates great writing by posting about it on her website,

When not writing, Blackrose lives with three children, an enormous orange cat, her husband and a full-time job in Corporate Communications. She’s fearful that so-called normal people will discover exactly how often she thinks about wicked fairies, nasty wizards, homicidal elevators, and the odd murder. As a survival tactic, she has mastered the art of looking interested.

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