ARC Review: Body and Soul

Body and Soul by Sloane Kennedy & Lucy Lennox
Series: Twist of Fate #3
Release Date: February 6, 2018
Genres: M/M romance
Rating: 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟

Oz: Escaping the international modeling scene to design my own fashion collection is the first step to shucking my bobble-headed supermodel reputation and proving to the world I’m more than just a pretty face. But the minute I have to accept roadside help from the sexy man next door, I feel like the airhead people think I am. And what’s worse, the man clearly doesn’t think I’m worth the time of day.But despite trying to ignore my attraction to the mysterious doctor, I can’t help but be drawn to him. With every moment spent together, I begin to realize he’s hiding more than just some details of his past. He has one foot out the door.

As soon as I start to feel like everything might be coming together for me, I realize the man I’m falling in love with isn’t who I thought he was.

Jake: After three years on the run for being in the wrong place at the wrong time, I’ve finally found a seemingly safe place to settle in Haven, Colorado. With friends, a job, and a cabin in the woods, I have everything I need to live a simple life without drawing attention to myself. Everything’s fine. Fine.

Until I meet my new neighbor. The gorgeous man is anything but subtle and brings color to my life that I didn’t know was missing. But I learned years ago that falling in love with someone wasn’t an option anymore when simply being seen with me could have dire consequences. It’s time for me to run again, but I wonder if it’s safe to stick around just long enough for a taste…

Just when I begin to realize Oz is the missing piece to bring me back to life after years of hiding, my past catches up to me and throws everyone around me into danger. I know I should run, but what if it’s time to finally stop running and make a stand, once and for all?

I think this is my favorite of the series. 

As always, it’s the characters that make this story so special. Ox and Jake were so endearing. Ox had some hilarious moments, it was impossible to hide my smile every time I read his POV. I just want to be his best friend. Jake was a bit more rough around the edges, but oh so lovable and you couldn’t help but sympathize with. I wanted to hug him and make sure nothing bad every happened to him again.

It was also great to see past couples (mostly Xander and Bennett) here. I love seeing all the friendships deepen. You know these people would do anything for their loved ones, which is amazing to read about. I love the idea of “found family” which this series in general takes on in all its books.

There wasn’t that much going on in terms of plot, at least not until the end. So I’d recommend this book (and series) to fans of character driven novels. If you’re a fan of those, then  you should check out these authors!

I’m not sure if this is the last book in the series, but I would definitely love to see more from these characters in future books!

**ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review**

five stars

8 thoughts on “ARC Review: Body and Soul

    1. The second book of the series is the most angsty, this one wasn’t too bad! If you really dislike angst I’d stay away, but if you’re okay with some I say check it out 😀

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    1. Thank you! The first two books were really angsty. They’re entertaining, but nothing unique. I do think this is the best one of the series. (I liked these characters the best) 🙂

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