My Soul to Save

My Soul to Save  - Rachel Vincent In book one, though I understood the motivation behind Kaylee's dad's decision to stay away, I just couldn't get over it. Now he is all of a sudden overly protective of her.

Nash seems a good boy but I cannot help but wait for him to slip up. Tod on the other hand is obsessed and Kaylee's 'have to save everyone attitude' just plain irritated me. It cannot be upto a teenager to save every individual soul!

Once again, a simple plot and smooth narration. This book had a lot more action and yet I can't help but feel that the first book was better than this one.