When Souls Mate

When Souls Mate

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by Joylynn Jossel
     
 

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What wouldn't you do for love?

While serving time in prison for the murder of her ex-husband Reo Laroque's child, Klarke Taylor has lost everything, including Reo himself. As the truth surrounding the death of their child unfolds, Klarke realizes that she stands to lose something even more precious than her freedom. With her infamous

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What wouldn't you do for love?

While serving time in prison for the murder of her ex-husband Reo Laroque's child, Klarke Taylor has lost everything, including Reo himself. As the truth surrounding the death of their child unfolds, Klarke realizes that she stands to lose something even more precious than her freedom. With her infamous friends, Jeva and Breezy, by her side, will they each learn from their previous mistakes, or will they resort to the shady methods of their past?
Reo, on the other hand, has gone on with his life. He has a new bride and a new baby. He couldn't find himself in a better position . . . or could he? When Klarke forces herself back into Reo's life to claim what is hers, the situation turns ugly.
Filled with love, desire, deceit, revenge, and betrayal, When Souls Mate will leave you spellbound.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781429905862
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
04/01/2007
Sold by:
Macmillan
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
989,190
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Joylynn M. Jossel is a graduate of Columbus State Community College and Capital University. She is a native of Columbus, Ohio, where she still lives. She is currently at work on her next novel.


Joylynn Jossel is the Essence bestselling author of Dollar Bill, When Souls Mate, If I Ruled the World, and The Root of All Evil. She is a resident and native of Columbus, Ohio.

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4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Ohio to protect her beloved child, Klarke Taylor confessed to a homicide she did not commit (see THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL) in order to protect her teenage daughter Vaughn. After four years behind bars and being labeled ¿baby killer¿, Klarke is freed when her daughter admits to a nun at school of having committed the murder now the nun is dead.------------- However, during her incarceration time, her world outside of prison has radically changed. Her former spouse Reo Laroque married Meka, the mother of his youngest child and now Vaughn confessed. Still she has her son HJ. With Meka plotting to keep Reo at any cost, Klarke enlists her two best friends, Jeva, who remains fixated on finding her biological parents, and tough Breezy who seems more vulnerable since her dad died to help her save her children. Still the trio teams up with pal Harris to try to get Klarke what she wants even as Breezy apparently falls in love and Jeva meets someone she cares about too.--------- This sequel is an interesting complex family drama filled with surprisingly twists especially a final one and strong characters. The story line is fast-paced as a frantic Klarke panics over what to do for her beloved two children. In spite of Meka seems too hedonistically nasty, readers will appreciate this stand alone character study though this reviewer recommends reading THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL as that adds depths of understanding as to why Klarke acted as she did as a mother willing to sacrifice her life for her young ones.---------- Harriet Klausner
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Guest More than 1 year ago
one of the best books ive read. very interesting plot. Very suspenseful. I loved it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
All I can say about this book is it is off the chain. There was never a dull moment during this book. I read the book in 2days.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I totally love this book because it was off the hook and it is hard not to love the charater in the book or hate Meka
Guest More than 1 year ago
I somewhat enjoyed reading this book. It started out slow, but then it got a little better. There was a lot going on, but I feel it could have been written better. The editor should have lost some of those somebody saids. There were too many situations that did not ring true to life, like the situation when Jeva slapped her mother. Her siblings would have been all over her if she had slapped their mother. The fact that the kids didn't go crazy while Meka was screaming and hollering at the airport while she was being arrested was another problem I had with the book. Those kids knew Meka as their mother. Kids can't switch feelings from one person to another just because its the right thing to do! There were so many things that went on in this book that weren't real, including that childbirth scene. If you're going to fantasize about everything else, why kill the girl during child birth? My suggestion to the author is to think situations out a little more before putting them on paper. At least try to visualize what goes on in real life first. Its okay to change from the norm sometimes, but this book had too many unreal situations going on, which made it hard to really enjoy. Overall the book was okay.