by Allie Burton
Book: Soul Warrior #3
Pub Date: August 2015
Genre: Young Adult
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Her mother imprisoned by a murderous Egyptian cult.
An ancient instrument with powers to ensnare her teenage soul forever.
A handsome warrior who trusts her with his life and who she must betray.
Piper Akins hates working with brainy Soul Warrior Math to find the ancient trumpet of peace. She was chosen for the search because Piper doesn’t slip into unconsciousness when the trumpet is played—a connection from an unknown, but powerful father.
Math was chosen for the quest because of his brilliance, but he wants to prove to his warrior brothers that he’s strong and more than just a brain. When Piper tricks him, he realizes he’s failed at both.
As they pursue their mission, Math helps Piper discover her hereditary magic and teaches her to use the powers. She finds her true self and is drawn to him as they create their own kind of magic. Until Piper is ordered to betray Math to save her dying mother.
My Review: Back with book 3! I'm loving these books and Allie's writing. Piper has a mum in an Egyptian cult. A tool that could take her soul. A cute guy who will give her anything, and yet she can't say the same back. So it looks like she has a lot on her plate.
Some time has passed and Piper is still looking for the trumpet. She has a way to withstand what it can do and is counted on to find it soon. She has Math to help her out, because of his brains. So hopefully it shouldn't take much longer to find this trumpet.
So while on the hunt, Piper is working on her magic. She has it, and needs more work on how to handle it and see what she can do. She needs Math's help, since she doesn't know the person who her powers come from. Working together developed a little magic of their own. However, there can't be anything between them. Piper takes her orders seriously, even if it means betraying Math. She does it to save her mum, but it's just how it had to be.
It was another great addition to the story! The details are on point. The adventure is there. Its just easy to get wrapped up in this world and not want to leave.