Soul Mates

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Overview

Peter's life gets more complicated with every passing day. His relationship with his vampire lover Lucien is on the rocks, he can't seem to get enough of his friend and confidant, Nicholas, and events going on inside the coven are making him wonder when everything is going to blow up in his face. Through murder investigations and negotiations with angels, Peter doesn't know who to trust, as old friendships and loyalties begin to shift and change.

Jealousy, intrigue and deception...

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Overview

Peter's life gets more complicated with every passing day. His relationship with his vampire lover Lucien is on the rocks, he can't seem to get enough of his friend and confidant, Nicholas, and events going on inside the coven are making him wonder when everything is going to blow up in his face. Through murder investigations and negotiations with angels, Peter doesn't know who to trust, as old friendships and loyalties begin to shift and change.

Jealousy, intrigue and deception abound, and all Peter wants is for his life to get back to normal, if his life can ever be normal again. His love life is incredibly complicated, the Council wants him to get to work for them, and there's someone out there committing crimes who looks an awful lot like him. Can Peter find a way to mend his broken friendships, fix what's wrong between him and Lucien, and keep the coven together when everything seems to be against them?

Soul Mates: Secrets continues Jourdan Lane's popular Soul Mates series, which features the novels Bound by Blood, Deceptions, and Sacrifice. Secrets also contains A Coven Christmas, a Soul Mates holiday story never before published in paperback!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603705059
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 10/14/2008
  • Pages: 248
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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  • Posted August 8, 2011

    I love this series! Fun, Fun, Fun!!!!

    There are sexy vampires, werewolves, an incubus demon......and boy do they have fun! I was exausted just reading it! Make sure to get all 4 main books as well as all the shorts. You can go to Jourdan Lane's website to get the reading order! Can't wait for the next Soul Mates book!!

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  • Posted February 25, 2011

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    Could be better--good story but needs more

    just finished this book. highly enjoyed it but wish that the character build up stayed consistant and that there was more of a timeline to the story as I feel that the author lost herself within the story and lost track of a time frame, and lost many characteristics throughout the story--it did get better towards the end. I just downloaded the second book in the series as i enjoyed the story line and cant wait to find out what happens.

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  • Posted August 24, 2010

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    Soul Mates Complication

    This was the best and the worst book of the Soul Mates series. I'm hopeful that she will conclude the series with a fifth book, (or tenth in the series depending on how you look at it), and redeem herself in doing so. The action was high paced and dangerous, the drama was crazy and emotional, and the fracking was just as hot as always. I was disappointed that it just ended without answering all the questions that were brought up at the beginning of the book.
    It did take me this long to realize what Jourdan Lane and Simon were referring to when they were talking about soul mates. It's never occurred to me that someone could have more than one soul mate, which does make for quite a few hostile fights and for some hot make-up fracking.
    Peter is Lucien's soul mate and bonded companion; however Peter is also Nikolas' soul mate. And while Nikolas is Sabaan's soul mate and companion, Sabaan is Lucien's soul mate and bonded servant too. Also Lucien's attraction to his other soul mate, Nikolas, is hidden behind his jealousy of Peter's and Nikolas' Lycan bond. Because Nikolas is the only alpha comparable to Peter's alpha, he taught Peter how to embrace both his wolf and the painful physical change. Now Peter's wolf and vampire work in sync with each other. No wonder Peter always says that it is complicated.
    Once again Lucien is away and Peter is missing him, and left to govern the coven alone. The Black Hawk with naked Noah and Ethan, (from 'Instinct'), arrives bringing more threatening danger with them. While the public is aware of vampires, they don't know that werewolves exist as well. It'll be up to Detective Tanner Brooks to help the coven in keeping the murders involving vampires and werewolves working together out of the public's eye.
    Rhys is P.O.ed because he feels that Simon is pushing him away, even though he knows that Simon does love him. Simon has been avoiding him at every turn they meet. Rhys is fed up and wants to know why. Everyone Rhys asks tell him that it isn't their place to say, and that he should ask Simon. But how can he when Simon keeps running away? And Peter makes the situation even worse when his nosy, good Samaritan side tries to get him his wings back, even after Simon specifically tells him not to.
    With all of these very fragile and highly volatile situations, the secrets that Sabaan, Nikolas, Lucien, Peter, and Simon are keeping from one another will tear both their relationships and the coven to shreds.

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  • Posted August 15, 2010

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    Bound by Blood - Soul Mates book 1

    EXCELENT!! SEXY HOT M/M READ!!! Absolutely loved it.

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  • Posted August 10, 2010

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    Vampires Against Werewolves

    There are storm clouds building over lover's paradise. Lucien cares for Peter so deeply that he has become too over protective, and Peter desperately wants Lucien to turn him. It's the same usual human vampire romance story. Peter wants to be with Lucien forever and be forever young as Lucien is. Rightfully, Lucien is too scared to bring Peter over, because it doesn't always go as it should or would be expected. Lucien would rather love Peter until his mortal life ends, rather than risk losing him now.
    Peter says to Lucien, "The Master who leads his coven by his cock. The over protective Master who will punish his own vampires for an angry, or even lustful glance in his companion's direction. The Master who promises one thing, but never really means it."
    Soul mates now seem to be strangers to each other. The mental link between them is gone. Lucien cannot read the thoughts in Peter's mind, and Peter isn't able to allow Lucien into his mind, no matter how hard he tries.
    When Peter is attacked by Nikolas in wolf form, Peter begins to go through the physical pain of the change continuously without actually shifting. (I would beg for death too.) No one understands what is happening to Peter, and they doctor him the best they can. How will the werewolf infection interact to Peter's existing vampire and incubus insatiable compulsions?
    Nikolas smells something on Peter that he can't describe, and apparently it has always been there. It's a part of him and not something or someone he has been with.
    Because of Lucien and Peter not agreeing on how to handle the whole Nikolas attacked Peter situation, Lucien is feeling hurt and orders for Nikolas' death, but Peter is finally able to get Lucien to resend his kill order and goes after Nikolas himself. Peter does seem to frack everything that comes across his path. Will that include angels and demons?
    Peter is still suffering from unpredictable shifts. He can't eat. He isn't able to keep the food down. Even the smell of food makes him sick to his stomach.
    The storm clouds build even more when Logan, another Master vampire wanders into the Den, and Lucien is missing. He left Peter a short note stating that he was called away on Council business. The coven is torn down the middle, vampire against werewolf. This is the first time that Peter must be the coven master in Lucien's absence, and the vampires and werewolves don't respect Peter. They see Peter as Lucien's companion, regardless of the bonding ceremony performed in the coven's audience.
    The question of who should be the pack leader is brought up. Caleb shows were his true loyalties lie while running from the coven Master. Also, Nikolas is an alpha more than capable of being the pack leader. Who will Nikolas finally allow to be his alpha, Lucien or Peter?
    Will Lucien and Peter's relationship be forced to continue without their link, or will their link be re-established? Only finding the truth behind the deceptions will prove it possible, or not.

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  • Posted August 7, 2010

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    Hot, Super Sexy, with Potential to be a good series

    Peter is a gorgeous bartender at Rave who works with his long-time friend Jack. Rave's only competition is the local vampire bar, The Den. When Peter sees "the one" dancing on the dance floor of Rave, he decides that this time it will be okay to break his own rule about one-night stands. As Peter becomes more and more involved with Lucien, he is put in a position where he will have to face and conquer his phobia against vampires.
    Through Peter and Lucien's new and very hot and sexy relationship, Peter will learn some of Lucien's painful past about when he was human and when he was turned. They'll encounter rogue vampires in the Houston area threatening Lucien's role as coven Master. Also, a visit from Christopher and Antoine, (Lucien's maker & Master), brings even more trouble and light to Lucien's rule and their relationship.
    When Peter cannot get enough of Lucien's love, he'll learn that Lucien is more than the vampire coven Master! But, Peter and Jack's friendship will suffer when Jack tries to save Peter from unbearable heartache and a big mistake. Will Jack's interference in Peter's relationship destroy their long friendship, or will it be the big secret that Jack and Mike have been keeping from Peter?
    Peter will be pushed to fight for his position beside Lucien, as his equal. However, can he survive a battle against the supernatural as a human?
    The Council wants something from Lucien. Will they accept his cooperation to do as they want and say, or will they rather take his death instead giving him an order?

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  • Posted May 1, 2010

    Very hot

    This was a really hot read. For an erotic novel the characters were pretty well developed, even if the plot is a little cliche. Lucien and Petey together are a great dynamic; the sparks between them make the book great entertainment. Good beach/bed time read.

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