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Remembering the dead will always give them life. The coveted Morrígan’s staff is up for sale on the black market to the highest bidder, and SOA Special Agent Patrick Collins will do whatever it takes to ensure the Dominion Sect doesn’t get their hands on it. Returning the weapon to its rightful owner is another step on the long road toward clearing Patrick’s soul debt, but Remembering the dead will always give them life. The coveted Morrígan’s staff is up for sale on the black market to the highest bidder, and SOA Special Agent Patrick Collins will do whatever it takes to ensure the Dominion Sect doesn’t get their hands on it. Returning the weapon to its rightful owner is another step on the long road toward clearing Patrick’s soul debt, but he won’t walk it alone. Jonothon de Vere won’t let him. Obeying the gods means Patrick must travel to London. For Jono, it means facing a past he thought he’d left behind forever. His return to England isn’t welcome, and neither is their pack, but Jono and Patrick will face the antagonism together. Politics aside, their priority must be the mission, but the bone-chilling secret they uncover in the London god pack will have far-reaching repercussions no one can ignore. A race against time takes Patrick and Jono from the streets of London to the bright lights of Paris, where hospitality is thin on the ground, the air is filled with whispered prayers for the missing, and the Morrígan’s staff will end up in the one place it should never have gone—a graveyard. For beneath Paris lie the long-forgotten dead, and when they rise to walk again, the living can only hope to die. On the Wings of War is a 109k word m/m urban fantasy with a gay romantic subplot and a HFN ending. It is a direct sequel to A Vigil in the Mourning. Reading the first book in the series would be helpful in enjoying this one.


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Remembering the dead will always give them life. The coveted Morrígan’s staff is up for sale on the black market to the highest bidder, and SOA Special Agent Patrick Collins will do whatever it takes to ensure the Dominion Sect doesn’t get their hands on it. Returning the weapon to its rightful owner is another step on the long road toward clearing Patrick’s soul debt, but Remembering the dead will always give them life. The coveted Morrígan’s staff is up for sale on the black market to the highest bidder, and SOA Special Agent Patrick Collins will do whatever it takes to ensure the Dominion Sect doesn’t get their hands on it. Returning the weapon to its rightful owner is another step on the long road toward clearing Patrick’s soul debt, but he won’t walk it alone. Jonothon de Vere won’t let him. Obeying the gods means Patrick must travel to London. For Jono, it means facing a past he thought he’d left behind forever. His return to England isn’t welcome, and neither is their pack, but Jono and Patrick will face the antagonism together. Politics aside, their priority must be the mission, but the bone-chilling secret they uncover in the London god pack will have far-reaching repercussions no one can ignore. A race against time takes Patrick and Jono from the streets of London to the bright lights of Paris, where hospitality is thin on the ground, the air is filled with whispered prayers for the missing, and the Morrígan’s staff will end up in the one place it should never have gone—a graveyard. For beneath Paris lie the long-forgotten dead, and when they rise to walk again, the living can only hope to die. On the Wings of War is a 109k word m/m urban fantasy with a gay romantic subplot and a HFN ending. It is a direct sequel to A Vigil in the Mourning. Reading the first book in the series would be helpful in enjoying this one.

30 review for On the Wings of War

  1. 5 out of 5

    carol.

    My favorite installment in the series yet. It’s full of a variety of types of action with a little more emphasis on the human political sphere and less on the work of the gods or fae than in prior books. The focus is on regaining the McGuffin–I mean, Morrigan’s Staff–and in this installment they end up traveling to England and France. What I enjoy about this series is the wide mix of folk and mythology, vaguely integrated into the normal world. Coupled with the action, it often means that what mi My favorite installment in the series yet. It’s full of a variety of types of action with a little more emphasis on the human political sphere and less on the work of the gods or fae than in prior books. The focus is on regaining the McGuffin–I mean, Morrigan’s Staff–and in this installment they end up traveling to England and France. What I enjoy about this series is the wide mix of folk and mythology, vaguely integrated into the normal world. Coupled with the action, it often means that what might be expected with a typical werewolf/vampire/Fae urban fantasy will turn into something else as soon as it mixes in Odin, Fenir and Hermes, along with ghouls and gargoyles. (I think Turner’s world-building has come down to belief=existence, except the Fae? I’m sketchy on the details, but to be fair, I think she is as well.) At any rate, take the mythos mash-up and mix it with a gay male romance and it resets almost all my normal genre irritations into something fun and distracting. At the slight risk of spoilers, one of the better things about this installment is that it does not involve Patrick going off by himself as a sacrifice/pawn in some obviously doomed ‘divide-and-conquer’ strategy. I mean, who does that? Who fights a known, sizeable group of others and thinks, ‘oh, the best possible choice here is for me to go by myself.’ (By book five in the series, you should have figured out the answer to that question–someone who has self-esteem issues). Turner has found a new set of strategies for Patrick to use. Or maybe he’s finally becoming convinced he has some value? Oh, wait; cancel that. Patrick totally does that in a completely predictable scene. But aside from that one time, I mean; otherwise, it’s all different. Perhaps along that note, the emotional growth of our leads continues, but this time it is as Jono faces his past. It’s one of the ways in which this feels set apart from other stories, not using misunderstanding to create artificial problems between the two as major plot points. Or, conversely, the ‘I’m-hiding-it-to-protect-you’ plot point, which also drives me bonkers (you can see why I don’t do well with most paranormal). One disappointing note is that the comic relief from Wade, the adolescent dragon, isn’t working as well. Comments around his bottomless stomach are literally almost the same through the entire book with only the type of food changing. So although he serves his moments of amuse bouche (particularly with cultural foods and cats), he is not used as well as he could be. At any rate, it was fun and far more distracting than I actually wanted–I had hoped to just read off and on between other projects, and ended up sitting down and finishing it in three big bites. I'll be honest, the four stars is relative to the genre and candy-bar status: this is not fine dining. This is straight-up sugar rush.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Corina

    I get it, when readers say they can't wait for the next Soulbound book!!! This series only gets better with each book. And again, this book was everything I wanted it to be. Love Patrick and Jono together. Love how strong their pack is. How close knit they all have become. And Wade is still my favorite sub character. Amazing storytelling. Fantastic writing. Wonderful description of action scenes. If you love fantasy and you are a fan of MM you must pick up this series. It's really well done and add I get it, when readers say they can't wait for the next Soulbound book!!! This series only gets better with each book. And again, this book was everything I wanted it to be. Love Patrick and Jono together. Love how strong their pack is. How close knit they all have become. And Wade is still my favorite sub character. Amazing storytelling. Fantastic writing. Wonderful description of action scenes. If you love fantasy and you are a fan of MM you must pick up this series. It's really well done and addictive!!!! Can't wait for the next book. ___________________________________ Find more reviews and book recommendations on my blog Follow me on Bookstagram

  3. 5 out of 5

    Simone

    Audiobook: ***5 ❤*** for the King of Accents ************************ ***4.5 ❤*** or as Wade would say: all the snacks!!! 😉 My favorite in this series despite (or maybe because? 🙄) gore galore. 🧟‍♂️🧛‍♂️🐲

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cadiva

    Beyond good, so much so I'm struggling for words to review just how brilliantly Hailey has crafted this instalment in the fabulous Soulbound series. This time we're in both London and Paris as the search for the Morrigan's missing staff sees Patrick forging an uneasy alliance with vampire Lucien. I have to say, with each book Hailey impresses me more and more with the way she reaches into the lesser known mythologies and folklore of the world. Here I'm taken back to my childhood reading Andrew Lan Beyond good, so much so I'm struggling for words to review just how brilliantly Hailey has crafted this instalment in the fabulous Soulbound series. This time we're in both London and Paris as the search for the Morrigan's missing staff sees Patrick forging an uneasy alliance with vampire Lucien. I have to say, with each book Hailey impresses me more and more with the way she reaches into the lesser known mythologies and folklore of the world. Here I'm taken back to my childhood reading Andrew Lang's Red Fairy Book, where I first encountered the Slavic character of Baba Yaga in The Death of Koschei the Deathless. I love this about this series, the titles always give a small clue as to what the mythologies might touch on. You never know which way Hailey will take her versions, will they aid or hinder Patrick and my heart was in my mouth for the vast majority of this book. I read it in one afternoon because I knew once picked it up, I wasn't going to want to stop for anything. The pacing was perfection, so many small tension-inducing moments all building up to a cataclysmic final few chapters where I honestly wasn't sure what the outcome would be. I can honestly say that the ending wasn't one I saw coming and OMG, the squeal when I realised what was happening could probably be heard the next valley over! This book isn't even out until next month but I am going to be dying until Soulbound VI is announced and I can find out where Hailey is taking Patrick, Jono and the pack, and their friends and allies next! And speaking of, our mage and his werewolf are just fabulous, their bond becoming even stronger irrespective of the magic connection the Gods gave them. They're a pair who have found their footing and know instinctively that the other will have their back, no matter what. Together with Sage, Wade and the rest of the gang, the friendships forged in this series are among my favourite in any genre. As ever, no plot spoilers from me, just confirmation of another adrenaline filled exploration of just how well crafted urban fantasy/paranormal can be in the hands of a talented author. #ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘

    ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Starting To Get Truly Boring*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ Book one occurred in June, book two in August, book three in December and book four starts in February. Book five starts in June - so a year has gone by since book one. That said, even though the timeline is long between the books, I don't feel like there's any development. Like at all. And frankly, it's getting boring. It's like the same thing over and over again. Also I don't like Carmen, but I like Lucien. I want Lucien to care for Patrick. Not in ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Starting To Get Truly Boring*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ Book one occurred in June, book two in August, book three in December and book four starts in February. Book five starts in June - so a year has gone by since book one. That said, even though the timeline is long between the books, I don't feel like there's any development. Like at all. And frankly, it's getting boring. It's like the same thing over and over again. Also I don't like Carmen, but I like Lucien. I want Lucien to care for Patrick. Not in love with him, but love him like a brother. I would like a book with Lucien and Spencer but without Carmen. I don't know why, but I can't stand her. Overall, I found the book so boring that I skimmed a lot. I just didn't care, I wasn't invested. I need development in books. Specially when it's a series. And again, Wade bores me with all his eating. Characters & Information/Spoilers: The list is LONG so I've put it in a spoilers tag. (view spoiler)[→ Patrick ‘Pat’ ‘Pattycakes’ ‘Razzle Dazzle’ Collins (30), a special agent for the Supernatural Operations Agency: SOA (NY office). → Jonothon ‘Jono’ de Vere (30), a werewolf god pack alpha. There are very few god packs in existence who are truly guided by the patrons their kind once worshipped. Jono is one of those of the god that resonates in his soul: the immortal, Fenrir ‘Vánagandr’ Lokisson. He guides Jono: he'd his pack if Jono had one. → Marek Taylor (late 20s), one of the United States’ few true god-touched seers and the company PreterWorld's owner and founder. Part of the Tempest pack. → Emma ‘Em’ Zhang, alpha of Tempest pack (under the protection of the god pack). → Leon Hernandez, a werecreature of the Tempest pack who owns Tempest in Manhattan, a local werecreature spot with Emma - where Jono works as a manager. She and her partner in all the ways that mattered, Leon, were best friends with Marek. Jono takes responsibility for the Tempest pack in book three. → Sage Beacot, Marek's partner and a lawyer, specifically his. A senior associate at Gentry & Thyme. Weretiger. She was exiled from Emma's pack because of the NY god pack in book two and Jono claimed her for his own pack with Patrick, and gives her the rank of the pack’s dire, essentially a rank held by a loyal pack member who enforced their alphas’ orders. → Wade Espinoza (19), a fledgling dragon who has been fighting for his life since he was fourteen. Pack member of Jono. Was sold to Tremaine to fight for his life in cages, and Patrick saved him. Always hungry. → Special Agent Nadine Mulroney of the Preternatural Intelligence Agency. Patrick's best friend. → Giovanni Casale, the PCB’s Chief of Preternatural Crimes (New York). → Lucien (1000), one of the world’s most notorious vampires and leader of Night Court. Riding high on everyone’s Top Ten Most Wanted List. Lucien was the last child Ashanti ever turned and daywalker. Lucien had built an empire based on black-market arms dealing, drugs, and illegal magic across dozens of countries. Ginnungagap was Lucien’s territory now. Took over NY after killing Tremaine. → Carmen, a succubus, and the favored lover to a vampire, any attack against Carmen was an attack against Lucien. → Ashanti, Lucien's mother. Daywalker, and was one of the first immortals and a goddess in her own right. Most people didn’t know the mother of all vampires was dead. → Naheed, a human, a willing feeder to vampires. She was Lucien’s favorite meal, had been ever since Patrick first met her years ago. Was an epic shooter. → Supernatural Operations Agency Director Setsuna Abuku (52), Patrick’s former childhood guardian (for 9 years - she cared for him but had never seemed to care about him) and current boss. A witch. Patrick doesn't trust her. → Estelle Walker (35), a born god pack werewolf, and her husband of five years (though the pair of them had been together for several years before that) Youssef Khan (40), the alphas of the god pack in New York. → Nicholas Kavanaugh, the god pack’s dire, essentially a rank held by a loyal pack member who enforced their alphas’ orders. → Clara Patterson, was killed when Patrick was eight years old by Ethan Greene. Ethan was a former SOA special agent, and is Patrick's father by blood and is the reason Patrick owe a soul debt to the immortals. He can break any spell Ethan creates because of that connection. → Hannah Greene, Patrick's twin sister, who's soul Ethan uses for magic and is now a broken soul that somehow carried the power of an immortal - godhead of Hades's daughter Macaria. → Zachary Myers, a mage who practices blood magic. He’s been working with Ethan for years. Ethan’s right-hand acolyte. → Hades, the Greek god of the Underworld. → Persephone, the Greek goddess and queen of the Underworld who owned Patrick's soul debt: she’d saved him from dying beneath his father’s hands all those years ago. Hades's wife. → Victoria Alvarez, a healer, an RN witch at Mount Sinai and Marek’s personal on-call nurse for the migraines his visions gave him. She was also now the on-call nurse for Jono’s god pack. → Henry Ng, the SAIC after Rachel Andrita's treason and capture. A warlock. → Tiarnán, a Seelie duine sídhe fae lord of Ivy and Gold. → Captain Gerard ‘Smooth Dog’ Breckenridge (looks 33, though is over several 100 years) aka Lord Cú Chulainn, an immortal, a god of the Tuatha Dé Danann. Patrick's old team captain. Half-fae. → Noah ‘Old Man’ Reed, Patrick's former commanding officer, three-star Army General. Still oversaw the US Department of the Preternatural, the military branch the Mage Corps was attached to, and was based out of the Pentagon. The general had worked hard to shield Patrick in the aftermath of the Thirty-Day War, and Patrick had long held suspicions that Reed knew he was indebted to the gods. An elder who belonged to the Dragon species. → Spencer ‘Dead Boy’ Bailey (30?), a soulbreaker mage, capable of exorcising demons from souls and putting the dead to rest, amongst other things. He can't raise the dead, but his magic has an affinity for death and is too close to necromancy for anyone in the government to be comfortable with. An old friend from the Mage Corps. → Thor, the Norse god of thunder and Odin's son who owns Eiketre - a bar. → Loki, the Norse trickster god. Fenrir's father. → Priya Kohli, SOA Deputy Director → Cornell Franklin, Preternatural Intelligence Agency Director and a sorcerer who had come up in the PIA ranks over the years. → Eloise Patterson, Patrick's grandmother on his mother’s side, and the high priestess of the Salem Coven. She believes Pat is dead. → Ahmed, a djinn in London. → Tom Milner, an old mate of Jono. → Jessamine, the god alpha of London pack who exiled Jono. Lost a challenge later on. → Finley, still alpha, and Cressida Moore co-leads with him, but she’s…not someone you want to cross - gained the alpha rank three years ago. (view spoiler)[Cressida was a hunter with a demon riding her soul, sent to infiltrate the London god pack and damage it from the inside out. Finley executed her. (hide spoiler)] → Devin, the London's god pack's dire. (view spoiler)[Cressida killed him. (hide spoiler)] → Leighton Northcott, a WSA intelligence officer and the liaison for Pat's case. A sorceress. Her superior, Operations Officer Albert Lee. → Dillon Rossiter, got fae blood in him and is the auctioneer. → Ilya Nazarov, the latest Patriarch of Souls, a necromancer. → Bryson, a werecreature of the god pack. Was an old mate of Jono - they slept together a long time ago. → Special Agent Gael Santiago → Fatima, Spencer's psychopomp, a spirit guide - she’d taken the shape of an ocelot when she chose to work with Spencer, though the intelligence in her gaze was one no animal would ever have. → Gaspard Renaud and Mireille Chastain, god pack alphas in Paris. Rami, the dire. → Srecha, a cousin of the Norns, one of the Fates. (hide spoiler)] Quick basic facts: Genre: - (Adult) Urban Romance (M/M). Series: - Series, Book Five. Love triangle? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] Cheating? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] HEA? - (view spoiler)[No. (hide spoiler)] Favorite character? - Jonothon ‘Jono’ de Vere. Would I read more by this author/or of series? - Yes. Would I recommend this book/series? - Sure. Will I read this again in the future? - Unsure. Rating - 2.5 stars.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jewel

    I fucking love this series!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisazj1

    I'm not feeling very talkative today so this will be short and sweet. There's a reason that Hailey Turner and this series in particular is on my auto-buy and drop-everything-and-read list. There's not a single thing I don't love about this series. I love, love, love Jono and Patrick together and more, I love what they are becoming as their relationship deepens. ❤️ I love every single character *blows kisses to Wade, LOL*, even the damn Night Court, who, though they may hate Patrick, are always th I'm not feeling very talkative today so this will be short and sweet. There's a reason that Hailey Turner and this series in particular is on my auto-buy and drop-everything-and-read list. There's not a single thing I don't love about this series. I love, love, love Jono and Patrick together and more, I love what they are becoming as their relationship deepens. ❤️ I love every single character *blows kisses to Wade, LOL*, even the damn Night Court, who, though they may hate Patrick, are always there when they say they will be. Ok, so maybe not some of the gods or the Dominion Sect, but they play their part too. The world building is spectacular, the plot and writing are always outstanding and the action and battles are edge-of-your-seat asskicking. All just my *un*humble opinion, of course. 😁 And the shocker at the end? Bloody hell, y'all! 😳 From the moment Einar showed up at Jono & Patrick's door til the last gasp-causing scene, every hair on my body was standing straight up. Instant gooseflesh all over, even thinking about it now. (view spoiler)[And I am ecstatic for this twist, because THIS is the guilt that's the cause of the blight, the sorrow that Patrick has carried on his soul, the death of Ashanti. (hide spoiler)] While not exactly a cliffhanger, I am dying for the next book! If you love urban fantasy, or even mythology, you are absolutely cheating yourself if you're not reading this series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer☠Pher☠

    The stakes are getting higher guys and war is coming and it is coming fast. While this wasn’t my favorite of the series, it still had all the components that I expect from this series and still rates just as high had I loved it. The writing was exceptional. Hailey has this ability to take us anywhere and I can see it like I’ve been there and experienced it myself. It is mind boggling to me. It’s brilliant. The characters, main, good, bad, all of them are well fleshed out and seem as important as The stakes are getting higher guys and war is coming and it is coming fast. While this wasn’t my favorite of the series, it still had all the components that I expect from this series and still rates just as high had I loved it. The writing was exceptional. Hailey has this ability to take us anywhere and I can see it like I’ve been there and experienced it myself. It is mind boggling to me. It’s brilliant. The characters, main, good, bad, all of them are well fleshed out and seem as important as the main players. It is all so fantastical but all seems so real. I just didn’t love it. I have written and re-written this review a million times since finishing the book and I just can’t figure my feelings out. I do get it though. We are at the 5th book of an ongoing (7 I think) series that has to keep moving. I’m just feeling a little worn out. I’m tired. I am so very tired for Patrick and Jono and everyone else. I know, I know, I know. War is coming and there is no time for rest, but this book exhausted me. I don’t know how they go, go, go. They never sleep and seriously, if it weren’t for Wade I think they wouldn’t eat. I’m not just physically tired either. So very much is on Patrick’s shoulders and I feel like the higher ups are always pissed at him. He needs an atta boy if anyone ever did. Seriously. It can’t always be his fault dammit! I just feel like they need a break, even a tiny one. I think they need to be able to stay home and rest and plan. Regroup. What is coming is huge and I feel like they haven’t even had a second to really take all that in. I’m getting nervous. It’s going to be bad and I’m afraid of what they are going to be facing. I feel like the more I connect with the secondary characters, the more they truly become family the more freaked out I get. This picked right up after Chicago and was just as fast and furious and insane as that was, if not more. It was so exciting, edge of your seat, hold your breath exciting. It was scary. For me though, it was just too much this time. The last book I mentioned how amazing it was that Hailey had Patrick and Jono separated but it never felt like they were apart. This one? This one they were together and I felt like they were millions of miles apart. I don’t know why I felt like that exactly and the only thing I can guess is because they don’t even get one second to just breathe. I have come to adore Wade. No, I probably adored him from the start but even he tired me out in this one. He just seemed there to want to snack or eat and I guess we were supposed to chuckle but I just feel he is so much more than that. And yeah, he did have some great moments in this one, I loved when he was talked to, was cherished, was an integral part of the mission, but there was just a lot of him being hungry and it seemed at times that is all he was. I don’t know what I expected from Jono’s return to London but I feel whatever it was got totally overshadowed by a Demon. It was cool to see a “friend” and Patrick to get his feathers all rumpled but I really had expected something more. Maybe more run ins with his past. It just seemed to be a little anti-climatic, but maybe that was a blessing in itself. It really didn’t seem to matter and truthfully, it isn’t his home anymore anyway. This is probably all me. This one just didn’t rub me the same way as the others have and I really think it is just because I want them to go home. I want them to plan. I want them to sleep, talk, laugh, JUST BE! It had everything it should have really. I was immediately sucked in and I didn’t want to put it down. I was on the edge of my seat while reading. My heart was racing and all that jazz. I just felt a little off this time. I’m just going to have to suck it up and pretend they are all getting a good rest and a good meal while I wait for the next one. They are all hanging out and chatting and prepping and healing. Yeah, that’s exactly what I am going to do. **ARC provided by the author via A Novel Take Promotions in exchange for an honest review.**

  9. 5 out of 5

    ~Mindy Lynn~

    5 Stars! Another great adventure! When I read this story was going to be set in London (and Paris) I was really interested in finding out how Jono was going to handle it. Because of course he isn't going to let Patrick go on his own even if that puts himself in harms way. I think by now we all know that Jono can handle himself. I was eager to see how his arrival would trigger the London god pack. I definitely got what I wanted. Jono standing his ground and Sage being the badass she is. I LOVE her. 5 Stars! Another great adventure! When I read this story was going to be set in London (and Paris) I was really interested in finding out how Jono was going to handle it. Because of course he isn't going to let Patrick go on his own even if that puts himself in harms way. I think by now we all know that Jono can handle himself. I was eager to see how his arrival would trigger the London god pack. I definitely got what I wanted. Jono standing his ground and Sage being the badass she is. I LOVE her. I don't like saying a lot of what happens in the story because I like my reviews to be spoiler free. I will say this story has so much happening in it and I want to know so much more. I hope there is plenty more to come. But considering the New York god pack that rivals Jono's is still in need of being dealt with and that Ethan is still out there somewhere I know we will be getting more books. Plural hopefully. I really enjoyed meeting Spencer in this book. His story really intrigued me and I NEED MORE of him. Especially more on that hot kiss he shared with a certain vampire. WHAT!?! You can't just drop that in there and just go on about your business and not explain that more. I know I am in the rare group of those who love some Lucien. I was very pleased we would be getting some more of him in this story. He is one of those baddies that I can't help but really like and wish I could get his story. I really want a Spencer and Lucien story. I guess Carmen could be there as well, lol. After traveling to London and doing some digging it seems all signs lead to Paris. And here is where all hell breaks loose. Literally. The dead has risen and zombies have taken over the streets of Paris. The fight is long and action packed to get to the point where the Morrigan's Staff is. I don't think anyone writes a great fight scene like Hailey does. It is so well choreographed. There is plenty of tense scenes that lead to all out fights that really make you feel like your in the scene with them watching it on the sidelines. That is how well she describes what is going on. I especially enjoyed the the black auction part of the book. It was definitely one of those edge of your seat moments for me. But that ending fight... That was epic and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. I mean... Zombies! It was crazy from start to finish. But what really blew my mind was the ending. OMFG! I am in desperate need of the next book now. DESPERATE!!! I can't wait to see where Hailey will take this story next. Jono and Patrick were together the majority of the book but I still feel like I didn't get enough of them together. I think it was because it was all fighting and surviving that I missed their more vulnerable intimate moments. We didn't get much of that in this book. Wade and Sage totally handled themselves in this book and were fierce in their help of taking down the baddies whether it be the zombies or the London god pack. And of course Wade brought plenty laughs and smiles with his antics. I am really looking forward to the next book. If you haven't read this series I highly recommend it! Happy reading dolls! xx I was given an ARC in exchange for and honest review by A Novel Take PR.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gerbera_Reads

    Ah, what a treat this was! I love Patrick and Jono! Ms Turner never ceases to surprise and entertain with her stories full of action, suspense, humor and love. Up until now every book introduced us to new Gods - their worshipers, beliefs and traditions and this was no different except this time the author continued the story line from the previous book as well - the search for Morrigan's stuff. The best part was that Patrick and Jono had to chase it across the world with all the shenanigans that Ah, what a treat this was! I love Patrick and Jono! Ms Turner never ceases to surprise and entertain with her stories full of action, suspense, humor and love. Up until now every book introduced us to new Gods - their worshipers, beliefs and traditions and this was no different except this time the author continued the story line from the previous book as well - the search for Morrigan's stuff. The best part was that Patrick and Jono had to chase it across the world with all the shenanigans that it entailed. I loved London and France pack politics! There was so much tension, rules to follow and Jono's past to explore. It was smorgasbord of everything paranormal. Jono and Patrick's relationship is stronger than ever. The trust and love between them grow every day with every challenge that is thrown at them. They are tested by everything possible - family, past and death. The Gods are ever fickle and playful and barely give them respite, but even then they find moments to reaffirm their commitment and strengthen their bond. The bonds within their pack are also important and give them support. Wade is the comedian at times but when push comes to shove he can stand his ground. Sage is the dire that any pack would be proud of and she proves it everyday with her unwavering loyalty. I love the dynamics between them. Hailey Turner never skips on action, so it's plentiful and electrifying. Every city has secrets to hide and monsters to kill, so Patrick is never bored or still. The twist that came at the very end left me gobsmacked and needing the next book ASAP. I so didn't see THAT coming. I am looking forward to how it will change certain characters and the relationship between them. It was, without a doubt, highly entertaining fast paced UF with my favorite characters doing their best to save the world, per the norm, and stay in one piece, relatively speaking, to live another day as pack and family. Loved it. Ms Turner nailed it as usual! Copy received for my honest and unbiased review

  11. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    4.5* And we’re back. I loved this one and for a change I don’t have a single complaint. Patrick has to travel to London. And this time his pack travels with him. London was never going to be easy for Jono. Having been threatened with death if he ever returns. The story kept me reading. And Wade. Wade is just the icing on the cake. And once again I’m grateful I don’t have to feed him. Although I’ve never liked Jaffa cakes so he could gladly have mine. This is a fabulous book. And I can’t wait for the 4.5* And we’re back. I loved this one and for a change I don’t have a single complaint. Patrick has to travel to London. And this time his pack travels with him. London was never going to be easy for Jono. Having been threatened with death if he ever returns. The story kept me reading. And Wade. Wade is just the icing on the cake. And once again I’m grateful I don’t have to feed him. Although I’ve never liked Jaffa cakes so he could gladly have mine. This is a fabulous book. And I can’t wait for the next one.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Audiobook: So here we are at the fifth book in a favorite series, still trying to secure the elusive and dangerous Morrigan's staff. This time we're in Paris... and the battle was EPIC! When I finally finished this audiobook, time must have flown because I was sure this one must have been far shorter than the others. But, alas, it was over 10 hours, average for the series. It felt like it was over in a blink of an eye and I just wanted more. I think I was a bit breathless at the end. What a serie Audiobook: So here we are at the fifth book in a favorite series, still trying to secure the elusive and dangerous Morrigan's staff. This time we're in Paris... and the battle was EPIC! When I finally finished this audiobook, time must have flown because I was sure this one must have been far shorter than the others. But, alas, it was over 10 hours, average for the series. It felt like it was over in a blink of an eye and I just wanted more. I think I was a bit breathless at the end. What a series! Well written and edited. The world building was outstanding, our intrepid heroes cunningly drawn...resplendent in both their strengths and flaws, the storyline scintillating, and the magical systems ingenious and engaging. And the love story? Well, some things are forever, some more than others. And what a surprise at the end. I just have to mention Wade. He's still one of my favorite characters in this series. In this installment he is as hungry, bordering on obnoxious, as ever but always one of their most powerful secret weapons in this magical war. I adore him, his sense of loyalty, and his love of "pets". And I love that the author made him what I consider in fiction to be a true dragon: enormous in proportion and deathly dangerous. Well done, Hailey! I feel a book hangover coming on...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Achim

    Still one of my favorite series with great characters, a rich world building and believable interaction. There's enough humor to counter the gory fights without changing it into a laughing joke. It takes friendship and family serious, loyalty has to be earned and love doesn't come easy. Of course there's no doubt anymore that it's love that keeps Patrick and Jono together although Patrick still can't say those 3 words and the reasoning Ms. Turner offers makes no sense and now makes me wonder abou Still one of my favorite series with great characters, a rich world building and believable interaction. There's enough humor to counter the gory fights without changing it into a laughing joke. It takes friendship and family serious, loyalty has to be earned and love doesn't come easy. Of course there's no doubt anymore that it's love that keeps Patrick and Jono together although Patrick still can't say those 3 words and the reasoning Ms. Turner offers makes no sense and now makes me wonder about the real reason instead of just accept it like Jono does. Like in the last 2 books the focus is definitely on the action which is so well choreographed that it kept me breathless and I probably have to read some scenes again to get the details necessary for the next books (I'm happy that it seems there's no end in sight). I just couldn't stop in the middle of a zombie apocalypse to memorize what happened with and to Morrigan's staff and understand how Patrick used the blessing. It was similar some chapters earlier in London where I was just so in awe about what happened at the end of the auction that I totally missed why the sale ended the way it did. So we got a great adventure, fast-paced action, we see Sage and Wade thrive, we see the return of an old friend (and please Ms. Hailey don't let Spencer disappear too often), the rise of a new enemy, a break from direct divine involvement (except Hermes' odd appearance and I really would miss him – like I will miss Baba Yaga in the next books) and at the end the story is making an unexpected turn with unpredictable consequences – but I can't help it, I feel like I missed something I just don't know what yet.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This series is EVERYTHING. First off, the relationship. Jono and Patrick are just so solid and full of love, even if Patrick can’t say it. You can definitely feel it here in the way they look to one another, lean on each other, and just generally love with all they have. They’re definitely slotting in as one of my favorite book couples. The pack dynamics are amazing too. Sage and Wade are such a part of this family and this book would be nothing without them. (I dare you to say Wade isn’t your f This series is EVERYTHING. First off, the relationship. Jono and Patrick are just so solid and full of love, even if Patrick can’t say it. You can definitely feel it here in the way they look to one another, lean on each other, and just generally love with all they have. They’re definitely slotting in as one of my favorite book couples. The pack dynamics are amazing too. Sage and Wade are such a part of this family and this book would be nothing without them. (I dare you to say Wade isn’t your favorite character, you are a liar!) Then, of course, the main event, the incredible world building that Turner somehow tops in each installment. You have multiple pack politics, magical policing politics, foreign politics, the greater magical world, and so many different mythologies that you would think it wouldn’t work, but Turner seamlessly blends it all together and no storyline is lacking. This installment was full of action, had a good dash of humor (WADE ❤️ and also Spencer), has so many twists and turns (that last big reveal!). It seriously had everything you could want in a book and just further proved why this series is one of my favorites.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Erth

    A good page turner

  16. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

    Wow. I absolutely loved this book. this book gave me a book hangover of epic proportions I love Pat and Jono and they are really great together. this story was sooooo good, I think I liked it more than the last book - and the last one was one of my all-time favorites I love how the relationship develops and how Pat and Jono work with each other. the pacing was great as always and I love the pack. Sage is such a great character and Wade gets better and better. can't wait to get the next one before r Wow. I absolutely loved this book. this book gave me a book hangover of epic proportions I love Pat and Jono and they are really great together. this story was sooooo good, I think I liked it more than the last book - and the last one was one of my all-time favorites I love how the relationship develops and how Pat and Jono work with each other. the pacing was great as always and I love the pack. Sage is such a great character and Wade gets better and better. can't wait to get the next one before reading Want it now. LOVE Pat and Jono!!!!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    fleurette

    I really like this series. And while this book is not as good as the first three books in this series, it is still excellent. The plot of this book is a direct continuation of the events of the previous one. So if you haven't read the fourth book in this series, there are many things you may not know. It may not be that big of a problem, because the author explains a bit, but in general, I don't recommend reading this book without knowing the previous one, because following this whole story is a I really like this series. And while this book is not as good as the first three books in this series, it is still excellent. The plot of this book is a direct continuation of the events of the previous one. So if you haven't read the fourth book in this series, there are many things you may not know. It may not be that big of a problem, because the author explains a bit, but in general, I don't recommend reading this book without knowing the previous one, because following this whole story is a really great thing. Patrick and Jono are going to London. Taking Sage and Wade with them, of course. The more interesting that Jono was once forced to leave London on pain of death and never expected to return there. Additionally, as we already know from previous books, Patrick cannot help but destroy every city he stays in for a few days. As usual, the author has kept a good balance between the cases led by Patrick, the global conspiracy in which various gods are involved, and the affairs of the pack. We have a little bit of everything here, and all these threads connect and intertwine at some point. Everything creates a surprisingly coherent story that you really want to read. I really like what the author decided to do with Jono and Patrick's relationship. I'm so happy she decided not to reduce their relationship to some cheap drama and endless break-ups and returns. Instead, we can observe how they work great together, support each other, and their relationship grows stronger. This is really wonderful. I took a long time to read this book because I don't think I was in the right mood, but in the end I read it and I was not disappointed. Also, another book from this series has already been published and that’s great.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bookreader87(Amanda)

    Pat & Jono Another great addition to the series. Once again Patrick, Jono and their pack are on a mission to retrieve the Morrigon staff. This time their mission leads them to Jono's old stomping grounds in London where they have to deal with a God pack who exiled Jono. However, their mission doesn't stop there. They are lead to Paris where chaos is prime. It wouldn't be a soulbound book without. I liked the book hated the ending. You know cliffhangers aren't my thing lol. What a crazy reveal ther Pat & Jono Another great addition to the series. Once again Patrick, Jono and their pack are on a mission to retrieve the Morrigon staff. This time their mission leads them to Jono's old stomping grounds in London where they have to deal with a God pack who exiled Jono. However, their mission doesn't stop there. They are lead to Paris where chaos is prime. It wouldn't be a soulbound book without. I liked the book hated the ending. You know cliffhangers aren't my thing lol. What a crazy reveal there at the end but, honestly I saw it coming 😜 Definitely look forward to the next.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Al *the semi serial series skipper*

    3.5 stars. I love me some Pat and Jono but I really want them to fight for their god pack, that is not to say I don't enjoy their escapades. I just want them to battle Estelle and Yousef out and then continue their escapades. The end of this book was very intriguing though, can't wait to see what comes next. 3.5 stars. I love me some Pat and Jono but I really want them to fight for their god pack, that is not to say I don't enjoy their escapades. I just want them to battle Estelle and Yousef out and then continue their escapades. The end of this book was very intriguing though, can't wait to see what comes next.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Eugenia

    Freaking AWESOME!! The one where Patrick meets the Slavic gods... Gimme the next one NOW! If you’re reading this series, you already know that there is no way to get off this crazy ride. If you’ve yet to begin this amazing journey, carve out some time, because each book gets better and better.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kit (Metaphors and Moonlight)

    4 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book via A Novel Take PR. This has not influenced my review.* I think I say this every time, but this was another great book in the series! Same great action and lovable characters. One thing these books do especially well is the realism in characters. Some books try to make characters stand out by pushing certain aspects to extremes, making them broken or mysterious or quirky. But these characters stand out by being real in an understated way. They're no 4 Stars Review: *I received an ecopy of this book via A Novel Take PR. This has not influenced my review.* I think I say this every time, but this was another great book in the series! Same great action and lovable characters. One thing these books do especially well is the realism in characters. Some books try to make characters stand out by pushing certain aspects to extremes, making them broken or mysterious or quirky. But these characters stand out by being real in an understated way. They're not overly dramatic, nor do they rely on tropes. Their actions, emotions, and dialogue feel genuine, given their situations and lives involving the supernatural. They're also very likeable. Not overly perfect, but good and loyal. Well, except for Lucien and Carmen. I love that vampire and succubus! They're so awful. Even other criminals are scared of Lucien. I've said this before too, but what a freaking power couple. I'm so glad they've been in most or all the books so far, even if only for a small part. Back to the characters who are actually decent people, there's still a sweet found family aspect to this series, what with Patrick and Jono's small, unusual, but loyal pack. I'm also still enjoying getting to read about characters in an established relationship, rather than just the initial romance, though that's not the focus anymore. They're a solid couple who actually try to communicate and support each other, even if they sometimes struggle or make mistakes. Lots of magic too! Mages, shifters, gods, a dragon. The overall series plot about the Morrigan's staff and the Dominion Sect continues to crawl at a snail's pace, but the godpack plot is making small steps of progress in the meantime, and it's still fun reading about these characters and whatever book-specific mess they get themselves into. And something happened in this one that should have an interesting impact on future books. Overall, I enjoyed this and am looking forward to more! Recommended For: Fans of Books 1-4 in Hailey Turner's Soulbound series. Anyone who likes m/m urban fantasy, magic and supernatural creatures, lovable characters, and sweet romantic and friends/family-like relationships. Original Review @ Metaphors and Moonlight

  22. 4 out of 5

    ❧ *´¸. A BookishBerkeleyGirl ❧ ‘•´¸.* ❧ Gwendolyn

    - This book was simply magical. I loved almost EVERYTHING about this book, especially: The magical atmosphere The clean crisp writing The main character the side character The flow The ending And, the plot and storyline that move these character forward. And dat’ ending. Wow! I did have some niggles, but this was a good read. - This book was simply magical. I loved almost EVERYTHING about this book, especially: The magical atmosphere The clean crisp writing The main character the side character The flow The ending And, the plot and storyline that move these character forward. And dat’ ending. Wow! I did have some niggles, but this was a good read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kaity B

    Reread and relisten: same as before, I think this one isn’t my favorite out of the series so far, I did have my mind drift a few times when reading but it ended with a kinda cliffhanger that you have to continue! 4-4.5 stars Compared to the last book this one was slower in the build up. BUUUUTTT still very much engaging with the wars and battles. There are so many Gods and Goddesses and creatures that it can be a tad confusing, but something that isn't confusing is my love for the cute little fled Reread and relisten: same as before, I think this one isn’t my favorite out of the series so far, I did have my mind drift a few times when reading but it ended with a kinda cliffhanger that you have to continue! 4-4.5 stars Compared to the last book this one was slower in the build up. BUUUUTTT still very much engaging with the wars and battles. There are so many Gods and Goddesses and creatures that it can be a tad confusing, but something that isn't confusing is my love for the cute little fledgling Dragon WADE he is such a cutie. I also still enjoy Jono and Patrick's relationship, i just hope at the end of this we hear Patrick say I love you.... haha he's pulling a very Han Solo thing by answering "I love you" with an "I Know" lol I am going to continue this series next week because that is when the audiobook comes out for book 6.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Caz

    I've given this a B+ for content and an A- for narration at AudioGals, 4.5 stars Hailey Turner’s action-packed, inventive and compelling Soulbound series continues with On the Wings of War, which finds Patrick, Jono and their crew travelling across the Pond as they continue their quest to locate and obtain the Morrígan’s staff, an ancient artefact rumoured to be able to raise the dead and confer godhood on whoever possesses it. It’s another high-octane, rollercoaster ride of thrills and spills, w I've given this a B+ for content and an A- for narration at AudioGals, 4.5 stars Hailey Turner’s action-packed, inventive and compelling Soulbound series continues with On the Wings of War, which finds Patrick, Jono and their crew travelling across the Pond as they continue their quest to locate and obtain the Morrígan’s staff, an ancient artefact rumoured to be able to raise the dead and confer godhood on whoever possesses it. It’s another high-octane, rollercoaster ride of thrills and spills, with hardly a quiet moment for our heroes as they’re thrown from one life-or-death situation to the next. As this book is part of a long-running series with overarching plotlines, it’s unlikely to make much sense unless you’re familiar with at least some of the previous books in the set. And there are likely to be spoilers for those in this review. t’s become a race against time to prevent the Morrígan’s staff from falling into the hands of the Dominion Sect, a terrorist group bent on destroying the veil between the worlds so that hell and its denizens can reign on earth. Rumour has it that the staff is going to be put up for auction on the black market, and at the end of the previous book, Special Agent Patrick Collins was given an enchanted invitation, although at the time, there was no set time or location. Recently obtained intelligence indicates that the staff will be one of the lots at the Auction of Curiosities and Exceptional Items taking place shortly in London, and although Patrick can’t possibly attend as a potential buyer, he’s going to go to London to keep an eye on things and make sure things go as they should. You can read the rest of this review at AudioGals .

  25. 4 out of 5

    Diane Dannenfeldt

    All the stars!!! That was the best one yet. This is not a stand-a-lone, you really need to read the prior books in the series. Okay so I'm having a hard time reviewing this without giving away any spoilers. But I have to say, there is a bombshell that the author drops and I don't think that ever crossed my mind. Okay so we are off to London on the search for the staff. Jono comes face to face with his past & the pack that exiled him. He does come full circle with them and one of the new pack lea All the stars!!! That was the best one yet. This is not a stand-a-lone, you really need to read the prior books in the series. Okay so I'm having a hard time reviewing this without giving away any spoilers. But I have to say, there is a bombshell that the author drops and I don't think that ever crossed my mind. Okay so we are off to London on the search for the staff. Jono comes face to face with his past & the pack that exiled him. He does come full circle with them and one of the new pack leaders is hiding a deadly secret. The negotiations for pass through rights turns deadly, but eventually they secure same. When the staff is taken from the auction, off to Paris they go. What a bloody battle that was & there were times I didn't think everyone was going to come out alive. It was scary and kept me on the edge of my seat, biting my nails to the quick. Even though Patrick still can't say it, you can see the love he has for Jono. And Jono, unconditionally loves Patrick and would do/give anything to Patrick, even his own life. I also loved seeing Sage in full Dire mode. She was a bada&&. OMG, I loved Fatima, Spencer's psychopomp, she was awesome. Wade, I don't know how anyone can afford to feed him. And now, he has new favorite snacks and boy will he be disappointed when he finds out he can't purchase them in the States. I can't wait to see where we go from here. ARC provided by Gay Romance Reviews in exchange for an honest review.

  26. 5 out of 5

    ☆☆☆~Bev's World of Books~☆☆☆

    4.5 stars rounded up from me. Another terrific instalment in this outstanding series. And who on earth thought that would happen at the end?? Will Patrick ever get the chance to go to Maui with Jono?? He and Nadine must be absolutely exhausted. Jono's old packmates in London were a right bunch of arseh**es...hopefully, they'll get their act together sooner rather than later, although Jono/Patrick's pack now have rights in France. Wade is still my fave, his snark knows no bounds 🙂 AND great that 4.5 stars rounded up from me. Another terrific instalment in this outstanding series. And who on earth thought that would happen at the end?? Will Patrick ever get the chance to go to Maui with Jono?? He and Nadine must be absolutely exhausted. Jono's old packmates in London were a right bunch of arseh**es...hopefully, they'll get their act together sooner rather than later, although Jono/Patrick's pack now have rights in France. Wade is still my fave, his snark knows no bounds 🙂 AND great that he loves Jaffa Cakes too...yum!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    Holy crap!! This next installment in the series is incredible! There were so many times I flinched away like I was watching an action movie because of the fights, explosions, and the graphic(!!!) imagery. The whole book played so clearly in my mind as I read. I tried so hard to read this book slowly because I wasn't ready for it to be over but it's impossible. I devoured it. I loved the settings for this book too. I've never been to London but I have been to Paris and it made it so much easier to Holy crap!! This next installment in the series is incredible! There were so many times I flinched away like I was watching an action movie because of the fights, explosions, and the graphic(!!!) imagery. The whole book played so clearly in my mind as I read. I tried so hard to read this book slowly because I wasn't ready for it to be over but it's impossible. I devoured it. I loved the settings for this book too. I've never been to London but I have been to Paris and it made it so much easier to envision the gang running about the city. It also made the book feel twice as long (which is AMAZING) because so much happens in each city, it almost feels like two books in one. I'm so impressed by the different folklore we learn about in each book. I don't even mind having to pause multiple times throughout one of the books to google the pronunciation of another yet god's name. It's all just so freakin interesting. This continues to be one of my all-time favorite series. It has everything I want - action, angst, banter, shifters, magic, love (SO MUCH LOVE), found family - and I'm desperate for the last two books. For now, I feel a re-read coming on!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Athira

    Absolutely brilliant. It's just keeps getting better with each book. I love how the author introduces us to a different mythology each time and this time it's Slavic. The story is intricately woven and I love how it all comes together in the end and makes sense. Patrick and Jono are still as strong as ever. And with Sage and Wade, I'm really looking forward to even more of the pack's adventures. I didn't see that ending coming but I got so excited when I finally picked it up. Wow!! It's definite Absolutely brilliant. It's just keeps getting better with each book. I love how the author introduces us to a different mythology each time and this time it's Slavic. The story is intricately woven and I love how it all comes together in the end and makes sense. Patrick and Jono are still as strong as ever. And with Sage and Wade, I'm really looking forward to even more of the pack's adventures. I didn't see that ending coming but I got so excited when I finally picked it up. Wow!! It's definitely one of the BEST endings!! Pick this up when you have some time 'cause trust me when I say you're not going to put it down! It's filled with action, suspense, romance & humour and I was on edge the whole time. Hailey Turner never disappoints and I really need the next book ASAP! *ARC provided by the author via A Novel Take PR in exchange for an honest and unbiased review

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ana

    *** ARC provided by the author *** 5 brilliant stars!!! This series gets better and better with each new book. The stakes are getting higher for Patrick and his soul debt as the Dominion sect gets closer to achieving their goal. Soulbound #5 takes Patrick and his pack on an international adventure. Wherever Patrick goes, there's always an apocalypse and damn, did we get one. The ruin and wreckage in this book makes me genuinely wonder how it could get any worse in the next book and I know that it' *** ARC provided by the author *** 5 brilliant stars!!! This series gets better and better with each new book. The stakes are getting higher for Patrick and his soul debt as the Dominion sect gets closer to achieving their goal. Soulbound #5 takes Patrick and his pack on an international adventure. Wherever Patrick goes, there's always an apocalypse and damn, did we get one. The ruin and wreckage in this book makes me genuinely wonder how it could get any worse in the next book and I know that it's gonna get worse. Like all the previous books, Turner doesn't disappoint the reader. The story is fast paced and breathtaking in its action packed scenes. There's blood and gore and awesome action along with Wade shenanigans which will make you snort. Gods and monsters are aplenty and Patrick is still stuck as their pawn. Most of all though, the romance! I love how we get to see Patrick allowing himself to be vulnerable with Jono more and more with each book. It's a beautiful thing—Patrick learning to be so open, especially considering the depth of his trust issues. Seeing Jono dig deeper into Patrick's heart inch by inch with his unwavering affection and support and Patrick letting himself reciprocate is everything. These books are a perfect blend of action and romance. The action and the lore keeps you turning the pages and the romantic subplot makes your heart feel all squishy and soft coz they are just so good together. The secondary characters are all so very essential to the story and it's another thing that I love about Turner's writing. I love every single one of them. This ragtag team of supernaturals and humans coming together to fight the good fight even when they are firmly placed in the gray area if taken individually. Did I mention Wade? I did? Good. I can't wait to get my hands on Soulbound #6 and it's gonna be a long torturous wait. If you haven't yet started this series, pick it up. It's so worth it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Beth doesn't write enough reviews

    Hailey! How could you? Another brilliant book in the series. But, it’s not the end. No spoilers here but O. M. G! That ENDING! I’m tortured Hailey! I want peace for Patrick and Jono, I’m sure we all do, they deserve their Happily Ever After. But, your talent and imagination keep me hooked into the shitstorm that is Patrick’s life. “I was made for war”. Yes you were Patrick, yes you were. I cannot wait for the next book!

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