Sleeping Angel (Soul Connection Book 2) by Nikki Lynn Barrett – Review by Charlisa Wahtomy-Alba

Logan McVey has lost his little sister, his best friend and he blames himself even though he had nothing to do with it. Angel McCready came forward with information that put away the guys that were responsible for taking Andi away. Logan blames Angel for not speaking up and saving his sister from the monster he thought were his friends. Angel herself even carries around guilt for what happened and often wonders if Andi had given her any signs that she needed help. Angel knows that Logan hates her with a passion for not speaking up sooner and is just waiting for something to happen. On the night of her birthday she has a party and is enjoying herself and having a good time with her friends until she is in an accident that leaves her in a coma. When she wakes up she is in someone else’s body and has no idea who this person is or how she ended up there. Why couldn’t she get back into her own body? Will she find out who this person is and how they figure into everything that is going on? Will Logan ever be able to forgive her?

I found this book as enjoyable as the first one. I am looking forward to seeing what new characters the author brings into the third book and how it connects to the first two. This is yet another book by this author that once I started I didn’t want to put down. It was a bit of a different take on how one sees ghosts and souls jumping into different bodies, but when it comes down to it I don’t think there is really a right or wrong way to view that.

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