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    The Lost Vampire' by Kate Baxter is the Fifth book in The "Last True Vampire" series. This is the story of Cerys and Saeed. I have read most of the of the other books in this series and I do feel that it helps if you have done so too. Although this can be a standalone, I just think you will understand the story better if you have read the previous stories. Saeed is without his sole and he thinks if he finds his soulmate he will regain his sole. Cerys is being held hostage by the mage Rin who uses her to steal souls. But can Saeed rescue Cerys and will see actually be able to heal them both... exciting read for sure! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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    Love Saeed and his devotion

    Cerys is a soul thief who is being held hostage by the mage Rin. He’s kind of like a mafia boss and Cerys is his hitman. Instead of whacking someone who has double crossed the boss, she is sent in to take their soul. In the previous book Saeed, while lost in a dreamland the vampires call The Collective, discovered the fae he believes to be his mate. He lost his soul when he was turned but once connected with his mate, her soul will tether to his and it will be returned to him. Unfortunately, this soul thief is soulless and there is no tethering. Cerys character is typical of what you might expect of a fae that has been held prisoner for thousands of years and expected to perform when called upon. She’s definitely tough but so lost and misses the fact that she can’t feel emotion. Saeed has been labeled “mad” because he has spent much of his vampire life in The Collective, looking for his fae mate. While I enjoyed Cerys and Saeed’s story, I was completely lost with all the politics and on goings of the different supernatural factions. I have not read the first books but I did read the previous one and I was still lost. Some of the names were very similar and it made it difficult to keep track of what was going on. Other parts had nothing at all to do with this story but I’m sure the author is building up for the next book. It would’ve made it an easier read to not have those scenes interspersed throughout this story. Overall, it was an okay read and I really do think it would be a great read had I started from the beginning. ARC provided by NetGalley Multi POV Safe

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