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Soul Swapping from Arya’s Perspective
In this book, we get to see Arya’s and Tate’s soul swapping through Arya’s eyes. Arya is a vampire who has never like blood. Something always felt off to her about being a vampire and about her relationship with Sian, even though she loves her. When the soul swapping starts, Arya thinks it’s just a dream, but soon she realizes it’s real. At first, she feels like she is betraying Sian, but her relationship with Devon is giving her more of what she needs but never got with vampire lover.
Will the soul swapping continue? Will they be able to control it? Will Arya continue to fall for Devon? What’s going on with Tate and Sian? (Of course, the answer to that last one is in Soulswap!)
I’ve read all the books in this series, and I loved seeing Arya’s and Devon’s relationship from her perspective. She’s quite different from Tate. Honestly, Devon should have realized that, even though the body looked the same, the woman inside was quite distinct from what he knew before. Arya’s and Devon’s love story is sweet to follow, even though Devon has a hard time adjusting once he finally is told what is truly going on. I love that Arya/Tate could now experience life in dragon form, which Tate has never been able to do. The author did an excellent job lining up events in the two books of this trilogy that were concurrent, this one from Arya’s perspective and Soulswap from Tate’s perspective.
There were a few issues with grammar, punctuation, and usage, but that didn’t detract from the story.