Overview

Peter and Lucien are back in this third book in the Soul Mates series!

Following Bound by Blood and Deceptions, Soul Mates: Sacrifice, picks up after a vicious attack on Peter's new paranormal family. Peter may have rescued Lucien but their problems are far from over. A vampire who was once a friend, is chained in the dungeon and waiting judgment. Peter's time is running out. His body is dying; he's no longer human, but not a vampire or Lycan either. He needs Lucien to make him ...

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Overview

Peter and Lucien are back in this third book in the Soul Mates series!

Following Bound by Blood and Deceptions, Soul Mates: Sacrifice, picks up after a vicious attack on Peter's new paranormal family. Peter may have rescued Lucien but their problems are far from over. A vampire who was once a friend, is chained in the dungeon and waiting judgment. Peter's time is running out. His body is dying; he's no longer human, but not a vampire or Lycan either. He needs Lucien to make him a vampire, but no one knows what he might become if Lucien goes ahead with the change—or whether he will survive it at all. With his control slipping, even as a human, Peter needs Lucien to help him control his instincts, to keep him from hurting the people he loves the most.

As enemies gather and allies appear in the strangest of forms, Peter has to make choices that may affect not just his life with Lucien, but also the lives of those who look up to them both for leadership—their Coven. Unrest among the werewolves, friends' betrayals, and broken emotional connections conspire to keep Peter off balance and have him looking to Lucien, as well as within himself, for answers. Answers that could cost him everything, including his life. Good thing Peter thinks some things are worth making sacrifices for.

Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044503120
  • Publisher: Jourdan Lane
  • Publication date: 4/28/2013
  • Series: Jourdan Lane's Soul Mates Series , #3
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 266,117
  • File size: 381 KB

Meet the Author

Jourdan Lane is a fulltime author residing in South Texas. She drinks too much coffee, is contemplating changing her permanent address to that of the local Starbucks, and she likes her chocolate like her fiction: DARK.

She writes both erotic and romantic fiction — including, but not limited to, GLBT fiction. While she loves Paranormal and Urban Fantasy, she also enjoys writing Contemporary, Military, Law Enforcement, Horror, Thriller/Suspense, and more.

When she isn’t penning DEA agents and werewolves and vampires, she’s ogling guys and guns (usually the guns) and trying not to stalk local cops who look too hot in uniform to be legal. She never saw a gun she didn’t like, and will happily talk your ear off about each and every one whenever the opportunity arises.

– This bio brought to you courtesy of Mychael Black, who knows me better than I know myself. I’ll get a more updated one up as soon as I have a chance. Want to know more? Just ask!

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I sat up in bed and hit the switch on the headboard. The soft light that illuminated the bed wouldn't bother Lucien, but it was a sudden shock to my eyes. I'd been staring into darkness for the better part of an hour, my mind restless. A dream had ruined what could have been the most perfect day of sleep in a long while.

Knees to my chest, I leaned against the headboard, one hand on Lucien's head, thumb moving lightly back and forth over his forehead. Lucien had fallen into a deep sleep long before dawn had arrived. He'd fed and then rolled over and crashed, mumbling that he was sorry he was so sleepy.

It was still so soon after what had happened to him. Being taken from his own bed, impaled on a bed of spikes in the floor of a coffin, and then buried for over a week tends to take a lot of out of someone. As it was, if we'd been even hours later in finding him, Lucien would have been dead.

Permanently.

He wasn't fully recovered yet. His leg still hurt him more than he would acknowledge and he was weak from the blood loss and power drain. The best donors available had fed him, and his wounds could no longer be seen on the surface, but his body was still damaged on the inside and needed to heal.

So far, Lucien had been in good spirits. He'd seemed to be dealing with everything okay, but I knew that it was only a matter of time before it really hit him that it was Caleb who was the cause of everything that had happened.

Caleb.

The one he'd loved and cherished for so long--the one he'd trusted above all others.

Hell, I still had a hard time wrapping my mind around what Caleb had done. And I'd seen the damned video of him and Cyril together. I knewhe'd done it, heard what at least part of his motivation had been, but part of me still couldn't believe it. Didn't want to believe it.

The last time I'd seen Caleb was the night before the Coven meeting. I'd run into him right outside my bedroom door and he was in a big-ass hurry to get away. I guess now I knew the reason why, but I couldn't understand why he'd even come back here after everything he'd done.

None of it made sense to me. Only Caleb knew why he'd done what he'd done. I'd always been of the belief that jealousy makes people do stupid things. But this? This was beyond stupidity.

I shook my head and crawled off the bed, wandering over to the closet. I found a pair of jeans and was just slipping them on when I heard the lock on the bedroom door click.

Xander.

As I buttoned my jeans, I poked my head out of the closet. He wasn't wearing anything but a loose pair of black cotton shorts and his hair was disheveled. He'd been sleeping.

"Hey, baby."

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  • Posted August 20, 2010

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    After reading this third installment of the Soul Mates series, I'm finding myself wanting to know more about Simon and Cyril, his brother. How interesting would it be to read a book telling their story of how Simon lost his wings and how Cyril went from being a Watcher to a Warrior? Jourdan Lane delivers a ten times better story than the second installment, 'Soul Mates: Deceptions'. I'm excited to read the fourth and final novel in the series to find out what kind of leaders and lovers Peter and Lucien turn out to be.
    Caleb is in the dungeon waiting for his punishment to be decided while Lucien heals. Caleb was once loved and trusted above all others by Lucien, but now he is corrupt and damaged. However, is he too damaged beyond regaining their trust and love?
    Peter is dying, and Lucien turning him is his only chance of surviving. His awakened dormant werewolf genes and the vampire/incubus blood are at war with one another. His body isn't able to decide to be a vampire or werewolf. However, Peter could be much more if he survives the turn. Becoming the first ever vampire/werewolf, he would be the most powerful Master of all time. Or, he will be a corpse.
    First Peter's apartment was burned. Luckily, no one has lived in the apartment for some time since he's moved into the mansion. Then there is a gas explosion at Peter's estranged grandparents' house. Even though they were not close because of Peter's sexuality, their deaths are a tragic loose for him for now he has no mortal family left alive. Are these fires and explosions a coincidence, or is someone trying to kill Peter? If so, who or what could it be?
    Silver has been the team leader by default, but now in the pit he has the chance to be named by Lucien the leader of the teams, chief of security, and protector of the coven, and also to earn the trust and respect of the pack and coven too. With a small and secret cheat from Peter to give Silver an edge, and a direct order from Lucien, Xander could lose his place beside both leaders of the coven.
    Xander has ruined what he had with Peter when he went to Caleb's side, and supported Caleb even though what he done to Lucien and the coven was traitorous. Peter can no longer trust Caleb, and desperately tries to understand Xander's love for Caleb. Will Peter ever understand that kind of love when all it seems he does is sleep around? Could Peter stand by Lucien's side if their roles were reversed?
    What sacrifices will Peter have to endure in order to enter this immortal lifestyle with the ones he loves and cares for, who have become his family, including those who break his heart? Is the price too high? Should Peter make the best of the last nights he and Lucien have together? Only reading Jourdan Lane's best Soul Mates book yet will reveal the sacrifice.

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    I Also Recommend:

    Best Yet of the Series

    After reading this third installment of the Soul Mates series, I'm finding myself wanting to know more about Simon and Cyril, his brother. How interesting would it be to read a book telling their story of how Simon lost his wings and how Cyril went from being a Watcher to a Warrior? Jourdan Lane delivers a ten times better story than the second installment, 'Soul Mates: Deceptions'. I'm excited to read the fourth and final novel in the series to find out what kind of leaders and lovers Peter and Lucien turn out to be.
    Caleb is in the dungeon waiting for his punishment to be decided while Lucien heals. Caleb was once loved and trusted above all others by Lucien, but now he is corrupt and damaged. However, is he too damaged beyond regaining their trust and love?
    Peter is dying, and Lucien turning him is his only chance of surviving. His awakened dormant werewolf genes and the vampire/incubus blood are at war with one another. His body isn't able to decide to be a vampire or werewolf. However, Peter could be much more if he survives the turn. Becoming the first ever vampire/werewolf, he would be the most powerful Master of all time. Or, he will be a corpse.
    First Peter's apartment was burned. Luckily, no one has lived in the apartment for some time since he's moved into the mansion. Then there is a gas explosion at Peter's estranged grandparents' house. Even though they were not close because of Peter's sexuality, their deaths are a tragic loose for him for now he has no mortal family left alive. Are these fires and explosions a coincidence, or is someone trying to kill Peter? If so, who or what could it be?
    Silver has been the team leader by default, but now in the pit he has the chance to be named by Lucien the leader of the teams, chief of security, and protector of the coven, and also to earn the trust and respect of the pack and coven too. With a small and secret cheat from Peter to give Silver an edge, and a direct order from Lucien, Xander could lose his place beside both leaders of the coven.
    Xander has ruined what he had with Peter when he went to Caleb's side, and supported Caleb even though what he done to Lucien and the coven was traitorous. Peter can no longer trust Caleb, and desperately tries to understand Xander's love for Caleb. Will Peter ever understand that kind of love when all it seems he does is sleep around? Could Peter stand by Lucien's side if their roles were reversed?
    What sacrifices will Peter have to endure in order to enter this immortal lifestyle with the ones he loves and cares for, who have become his family, including those who break his heart? Is the price too high? Should Peter make the best of the last nights he and Lucien have together? Only reading Jourdan Lane's best Soul Mates book yet will reveal the sacrifice.

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