Monday, January 6, 2014

Title: The Soul Mate
Series: The Holy Trinity, #1
Author: Madeline Sheehan
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

Trinity had an ordinary life. That is, until she barely escaped a worldwide apocalyptic plague that took her loved ones from her and transformed most of humanity into flesh-eating monsters.

 Gerik, her savior, a six-foot-four-inch Scandinavian Gypsy, takes her back to his magically protected Gypsy camp where she discovers a whole new way of life that she never knew existed – as well as a whole new set of problems. 

 Gerik has power over her that she cannot begin to understand, and she is convinced he is using his magic on her. Through her journey of trying to understand her feelings and this new magic-filled life she’s been brought into, she begins an unlikely friendship that grows into having potential to be something more. While the remaining humans are fighting for their survival, Trinity is fighting a battle of her very own – the right to choose her own destiny. 

 Is Gerik’s hold on her too strong? Or can new love set her free?


The Soul Mate begins with us getting to see how Trinity lives since the world ended. She lost her whole family and now lives with a group of gypsies. Brought her by the man she thinks she has feeling for she has learned how to fit it as well as she can. But things start going a little crazy when she find out that Gerik might be using magic to make her feel a certain way. And he also seems to have relationships with another woman too. So Trinity does her best to fight this and she finally gets help by making a new friend in Xan. But things aren't always as they seem, and Trinity has a lot to learn about the people she's now living with.

 I thought the story was interesting at first. But there was a whole lot thrown in it that just frustrated me. There's almost like a love triangle type thing going on and I still don't know which guy I want her to be with. I liked them both then hated them both so I was very conflicted. The only other thing that bugged me besides the semi cheating was it felt really rushed and fast paced. But now I am curious about the next book as well.


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