Soul Sisters

| May 8, 2013

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Soul Sisters

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Soul Sisters is an urban fantasy novel about African-American twin sisters Ani and Dana who have a rather unique secret: one sister is human while the other is a vampire. While the sisters have lived peacefully with each other for many years one fateful night will change both their lives forever. When a drunken man tries to attack Dana (the human sister) Ani (the vampire sister) protects her sister with all of her ferocious power.

However, when the vampire’s leader Donovan finds out about the public display he calls for the sisters to be assassinated for disobedience. Ani and Dana now are in for the fight of their lives to protect each other as well as the lives of their dedicated friends who have joined them on their mission for survival. If Dana and Ani can make it through this time of uncertainty, Ani can take her new place as vampire queen. Soul Sisters is expected to be a trilogy; The book also features a multicultural cast of characters that brings a new edge of chic to the vampire world.
***Praise For Soul Sisters***
I have read so many vampire novels but Ms. Eldridge’s idea of the soul sister was nice and fresh. I also liked how the author included several cultures in her story; I thought that was a good idea because you do not see this done often. Urban Fantasy and Paranormal lovers should definitely give “Soul Sisters” a chance!
-Brianna Lee Book Reviews
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Soul Sisters pulled at my heart on several levels love vs. sisterhood, life and death, obedience vs. disobedience and light and darkness. The story moved from two different worlds and time periods, but not once is the reader left wondering where they are. The conflicts can cause a reader to stop only for a second to breath that’s just how emotional the story can get at times.
-Reader’s Paradise Book Club
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Of course, I loved that the sisters were African American. You almost never see that in these kind of books. I also liked there wasn’t a love triangle. I’m kind of sick of that. It was more about the bond between the sisters, which is very real and really cool….
-Diverse Pages

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