Book Title: Soul Journey
Series: Soul Series Book 1
Author: Miranda Shanklin
Release Date: August 31, 2014
Presented by: As You Wish Tours
It has been many lifetimes since the cycle began.
The cycle that still haunts Annisa Lawson.
A spell cast in desperation to help, which only caused heartache.
Now, Annisa has found her way out of the varying repeats of her past; only to bring more danger to herself, and those around her. Now she must learn to survive with the help of her friends: Chase, Penelope, and Landon have all gone through each life cycle with Annisa. Sometimes helping, sometimes hindering. Now that Annisa has broken the cycle of their collective punishment, she finds that she needs her friends more than ever to keep their enemies, known, and unknown, at bay. As the group of friends learn of their souls' journeys through their many life cycles, they must also learn to control the magick they have discovered within themselves and each other, in order to defeat the most feared assassin in their world.
We finished our lunch and continued our drive around town. Since the town is really pretty small, I'd already showed them everything this morning. So we just drove around talking and getting to know each other. When I got a text from my mom telling me to meet at the Taylor’s house in half an hour for dinner and games, we headed that way. I thought that the game idea had already been planned, and Chase just waited until Landon was there to bring it up to rub it in. I was a little irritated by it, but what else did I expect him to do? Landon had done his best to intimidate Chase and try to present me as his, and Chase was just reacting to the situation. It was at that moment I realized I was in trouble.
I was in love with Landon, but I was also developing strong feelings for Chase. Just as I thought I was being conceited and there was no way that Chase felt the same way about me, I noticed him glancing in my direction as he drove. I caught Penelope’s eye in the mirror, and she gave me a sympathetic look like she knew what I'd just figured out. I knew it was impossible for her to know since I was still trying to sort it all out, but I got the distinct feeling that she knew a lot more than what she was saying.