Jack tries to do the right thing and stop a robbery but when he is shot he needs to leave town yet again. During the robbery Jack was shot and since he is immortal those wounds will heal very quickly and give away his secret so again he finds himself moving and starting over.
After heading across the country and beginning to settle in a new town again Jack meets Leah Winters who bares a striking resemblance to the love of Jacks life, Lydia, who died years before. Jack finds himself drawn to Leah, wondering at first if she is even real the resemblance is so shocking.
My Soul Immortal is one of those reads that I just couldn’t find myself getting engaged into the book at all. It started off with such a bang with the robbery scene but after that it just really seemed to slow down for me. It’s not a bad read at all, just really never grabbed me personally.
I think this is a case of something being a bit too much angst for my taste as the first half is all about the lost love and new woman looking like her. I knew from the synopsis that there would be more to it but it just took a bit long getting there that it lost my interest by the time we get further into the story.
Overall, 2.5 stars, a bit too slow overall for my taste focusing more on the relationship too long and not expanding the whole immortal portion sooner.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.