by Allie Burton
Book: Soul Warriors #4
Publisher: Allie Burton
Pub Date: December 15, 2015
Genre: Young Adult
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An ancient knot entangling Cleo in a world of magic and power.
A driven leader intent on controlling a curse.
A disgruntled slave no longer willing to bow to a modern goddess.
Needing to suck up to her parents, spoiled boarding school student Cleo Carruthers decides to make an effort and attend classes. Except the teachers can’t see her. The Knot of Uset has woven a web around her and she’s become truly invisible.
A slave to Queen Cleopatra in a previous life, Soul Warrior Antony refuses to serve anyone. But when a modern day goddess demands his help, he can’t say no. Saving the world must take precedence over his wishes. Until his wishes get tied up into a knot by Cleo.
Trapped in a strange world, together the two teens must secure the magic of the knot and become unbound from the relic’s powers. But they are being hunted by those who want them to disappear. Permanently
My Review: Back with another book in the series! Can you tell I like these books?
So Cleo has had it. She is going to suck up to her parents. She is going to become a great person, attend school, do her best in everything. It’s a great plan, but it can’t really work when no one can see you.
All caused by a curse. That involves a knot, cleo, driver leader, a slave, goddess and a lot more. So now, Antony has to get involved, since you can’t really say no to a goddess. Or he could, but it may not be too pretty. So he gets over it and goes to help, which then leads his wishes to being tied up by Cleo.
So you could say magic has been used a lot. The curse looked into a bit deeper. I love Cleo’s attitude, shes just a fun character. The details are great in this book. This book has my favorite cover yet, and I may just call this book my favorite. I did finish this one faster than the rest, so thats always a great sign of a good book. So if you haven’t read these books yet, then what are you waiting for?
Another big hit with me, and I can’t wait to see what Allie writes up next!