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A Soul to Heal

By: Opal Reyne
Narrated by: Wolfgang Milliken, Ruthie Bowles
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All Delora ever wanted was to disappear.

Thrown into the Veil for a crime she committed, Delora was discarded by the world. Although afraid of her oncoming demise, she accepts it as it would be a worldly escape from her problems. She didn’t expect that she would wake up from her deadly fall, nor that the person who saved her would be a Duskwalker.

She’s wary about him at first, but Delora begins to realise there’s more to him than just a faceless monster.

All he ever wanted was a name.

After discovering that humans can be kept as companions, he begins planning for the day he finds his own bride. He still lacks humanity and there is much to learn first. One morning when leaving his cave, a human suddenly crashes into him from the sky. Broken and sleeping, he gets to work on healing the woman.

It doesn’t take him long to understand she’s wounded in a way his magic can’t heal.

But will he be able to gain her affections, or will she come to hate him as he stumbles his way through learning about her – and more importantly, himself?

©2022 Opal Reyne (P)2024 Opal Reyne

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Engaging story and performance

As a huge fan of book one I was very excited for this release and I wasn't disappointed. We had met Nameless in book one and to continue his story was great. Miscommunication or lack of communication is an ongoing issue for these two but it's part of the development of their characters. The spice was great and dealt with aspects of consent, although there was some body shaming present it was not from the main characters and it sort of set up Delora's experiences prior to the story in this book. I was not a huge fan of one major aspect of the storyline as that trope doesn't really appeal to me, but the story was still enjoyable and we learned some more about the overall world story.

The narrator for Nameless (and Orpheus in Book 1) is AMAZING. There are subtle differences between the two Duskwalkers but they both are so well done. The narrator for Delora is also great, and I'm not sure whether it is more the character or the narrator but I found some of her dialogue to come across a bit whiny. Also the pronunciation of one character's name was inconsistent, when I found how it was spelled in the book it made even less sense.

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I want my own duskwalker

Book 2 of the Duskwalker Brides follows a very different formula to the first book but the characters are just as enjoyable. With more understanding of the world they live in compared to the first book it was nice to see how the characters developed into what they are now and then further. There are some sensitive moments in this book and they were addressed with respect.
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WAITING FOR BOOK 3

I really enjoyed this book and I'm really loving the series and can’t seem to get enough. I absolutely loved the first book and was really excited for this one as Delora was a pus size character, I was keen on how different she was going to be and was pleasantly surprised at the cross over with characters from the first book Delora's back story I wasn’t expecting but I still really enjoyed and totally understood where all the emotions were coming from. But I did find myself rolling my eyes at her in some points of the story or shaking my head I still really enjoyed her character though.

I just want to say that the Narrator Ruthie Bowles did a really good job bringing Delora to life even had me tearing up at a certain point. I also cannot get enough of the Narrator Wolfgang Milliken voice in each book he has had my heart racing and skipping beats multiple times and I hope he returns in the next book that I will be patiently waiting for.

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