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By DelSheree Gladden | Comments: ( 435 ) | Date: ( Feb 27, 2020 )

He avoids her because of the strange physical pain he feels when they touch She avoids him because the way everyone seems to do what he says scares her But when Claire needs to escape a bad situation Uriah is the first person she thinks of, and he is eager to rescue her Faced with each other for the first time, both Uriah and Claire find it impossible to listen to theirHe avoids her because of the strange physical pain he feels when they touch She avoids him because the way everyone seems to do what he says scares her But when Claire needs to escape a bad situation Uriah is the first person she thinks of, and he is eager to rescue her Faced with each other for the first time, both Uriah and Claire find it impossible to listen to their fears and stay away from one another They soon find out, though, that there is than they ever thought possible trying to keep them apart.Following tradition the pair approaches the Elders of their Tewa tribe to ask permission to marry Everyone is shocked when the shaman refuses them, claiming they are not Twin Souls Confused and angry Uriah refuses to listen, and promises them that he will never abandon Claire When Claire is poisoned by her vindictive father his resolve is tested Ancient Native American myths and legends spring into reality, doing everything they can to keep Uriah from saving Claire s life, while beginning to reveal the truth behind the lies he has been told all his life.Show More Show Less

  • Title: Twin Souls
  • Author: DelSheree Gladden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

DelSheree Gladden

DelSheree Gladden lives in New Mexico with her husband and two children The Southwest is a big influence in her writing because of its culture, beauty, and mythology Local folk lore is strongly rooted in her writing, particularly ideas of prophecy, destiny, and talents born from natural abilities When she is not writing, DelSheree is usually reading, painting, sewing, or working as a Dental Hygienist.

Comments Twin Souls

  • Angie

    A unique and interesting take on romance in the southwest. Set in the Santa Fe region of New Mexico, this modern love story is full of native american folk lore. Fast paced, it keeps you guessing right up until the very end! I can't wait for the next book in the series!

  • booknerd_dork

    Loved it! The more I read DelSheree's books the more I fall for her writing and stories. The way she grips you through out the whole story is really cool. I don't want to come out of the world she creates. This book is just freaking speechless!! The characters are unique and how Claire changes after meeting Uriah, well I thought she was okay but damn, I like her and loved her even more in the end when she do not forget Uriah. And that's cool, it hurts to know he is hurting>> my bbf >3 U [...]

  • Jennifer

    In a world where such a thing as "twin souls" exist, two people meant for each other, what happens when two non-twin-souls meet and fall in love?You get denied by your tribal Elder Council with your marriage request apparently. And such is the plight of Claire and Uriah.Told from a male narrative mostly, Uriah is the strapping son of a local rancher, he's handsome, kind, chaste, humble, hard-working, athletic, and fair. Claire, who offers a bit of narrative here and there, is the spoiled, manipu [...]

  • Twin Opinions

    I bought this book with the thought that it might be about twins. I was disappointed in that sense However I loved the story! The characters were well thought of and written beautifully. I really enjoyed this book.I have now bought the next two books so that I can continue the love that I had for this first book. Hopefully I will pick them up soon. I loved the idea behind this story. It was very unique. I found myself completely wrapped up in the story line. Uriah and Claire are great characters [...]

  • T.

    This was a fantastic, well-written, YA book. I loved it! The character development was there with the two teen protagonists, the plot was great, with a slow building (believable) love story, and the writing was excellent. It did hit one of my major pet peeves: when there is something that everyone knows but never tells someone, even when there is no reason to withhold the information. I find this type of thing more irritating than suspenseful- but, that one aspect aside, this is one of the bette [...]

  • Nikki J

    Great book!!Definitely not your standard love story, I have to admit I cried at the end!! Can't wait to read the next one!!

  • Nezz

    It's alright. Some spelling mistakes but overall a really good read. The main character Uriah was kinda pissing me off in certain places in the book. One minute he was this caring, loving, friendly guy and the next a little bit selfish wanting to have his own desires met. I understand this character did what he had to do but sometimes I was wishing that he would just shut up. Despite his flaw's he's a very nice and likeable character.Without the sometimes annoyance of one of the main protagonist [...]

  • Jeannette

    See review for series on book 3.

  • Alice

    Wow! I really enjoyed this book!! I normally don't write reviews, but I enjoyed this one so much that I want to write a review for it. I wanted to read a book with romance in it, but I normally read fantasy books that don't have much romance in it, so when I started reading this, I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of romance in it. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't strictly a romance book, it still had the fantasy elements I love, but for my particular mood, I wanted romance and that's what [...]

  • Samantha

    Although I don’t get why this particular book is in a box set titled Gods and Mortals, there didn’t seem to be any kind of god in this story, I actually did like it just fine, it was just so long. It should have been shorter.I also think that the chapters in Claire’s POV after she was rendered unconscious were completely unnecessary. I mean she’s unconscious, you could probably slip in a little dream sequence within the other chapters but, the readers certainly don’t need a whole chapt [...]

  • Lyuba

    I picked up "Twin Souls" because I really enjoyed DelSheree Gladden's "Destroyer" trilogy. Her writing is fast-paced and addictive. You get immersed in the story and keep wanting more long after it is over. "Twin Souls" was no exception, and luckily it is a trilogy so I have two more books to go. Unlike "The Destroyer" trilogy, this is not a dystopian novel. "Twin Souls" is an urban fantasy, rooted in the Native American mythology and legends. Personally, I love mythology and I had high expectat [...]

  • Joyce

    I picked up this book because I knew it would be a clean read that involved a bit of Native American mythology. The story centers around a couple of teens, she is the daughter of the wealthiest man in town, he is the son of a rancher. Uriah has been in love with Claire for as long as he can remember. They come together when Claire orchestrates a fight with her boyfriend.I am usually able to find something about a book that I like. I regret that is not the case with this one. The pace of this boo [...]

  • Erin Penn

    Part of grouping of the Gods and Mortals: Fourteen Free Urban Fantasy and Paranormal (free books)Refreshing to have something other than the typical supernatural monster, and the typical middle-class or rich high school in a Young Adult story. I enjoyed the story enough to complete it and take a gander at the next in the series through previews, but the Young Adult series was written just a little shy of interesting for all ages and I stopped there. I didn't quite care enough if the characters g [...]

  • Queeniejo

    This book was like.Wow. I usually don't like books that have love as the main theme, but I think I'll have to make an exception for Twin Souls. At first it started out like the usual: girl meets cute guy, can't control herself, both desiring to be with eachother, mushy, so on, so on. I even came close to archiving it. I am so glad I gave it a chance. Magic, suspense, mystery, adventure, and of course, romance, made this book a different and exciting read that kept me on the edge of my seat. I wi [...]

  • Amy Braun

    4.5 stars! I was surprised at how much I loved this book. It was almost completely YA romance, which I usually stay away from, but I became really invested in the characters, the mystery, the mythology, and the story itself. I got this in the large Kindle collection GODS AND MORTALS, and it's the first series in that collection that I'm going to put on my TBR pile. I just enjoyed it so much! Claire and Uriah are strong, compelling characters, the pacing was fantastic and realistic, and there are [...]

  • Liz

    There's something about "Twin Souls" that got me glued to it I love the legend, it was well written and quite different to what I have read before. The ending got a biiiit to sappy for me, but feeling embarrassed for others has been a bit of a curse anyway produced some tears, but wasn't utterly depressing Funny it's the first time I think I will call a story beautiful! It is beautiful, with its sadness and challenges, but also with feelings of caring I mean, who wouldn't love a mountain lion as [...]

  • Caroline Åsgård

    This was a very interesting and unique book! A young, sweet couple with native american heritage fall in love. Her father hates this, but there's another thing that stops them; the village elder tells them that they cannot marry. She tells them that they aren't twin souls, but they will both find their own (which is very rare).After this, Claire falls into danger, and it's up to Uriah and his mystic power to save her.

  • Green Heart Guidance

    While this work is primarily a fantasy, Gladden draws on shamanic traditions including herbal medicine, Native American mythology, and animal guides to create a wonderful novel about love and mystical power. While the book initially seems to be just another teen romance, it eventually blossoms into a powerful story that sent me straight to purchase the next in the series. Unlike her Aerling series, Twin Souls is well-edited making it easy and addictive to read.

  • Jason

    awsome book, at first glance i thought it would be just another romance novel, that they were born for each other yada yada yada. but it is and isnt when the twin soul isnt the man she loves and the pull to want to be with her twin soul puts everyone in danger. I like that the animals can comunicate and "talk" through pictures. it was a strange yet thrilling rollercoaster of a book and totally took me by surprise.

  • Pat Wenzel

    ImpossibleDo you believe in myths? Most people don't. This book might make a believer out of you. Uriah certainly didn't. But then he didn't put much stock in his tribal beliefs. His life changes greatly when he has to face aspects of his tribal beliefs in order to save Claire risking the bond with her twin soul to do it. An entrancing novel tri h at drags you into the Tewa myths and Etna g l especially you in Uriah's struggle. A can't put it down story.

  • Kaila

    So, the storyline to this book is very interesting. Different from a lot that I have read. Some of the writing confused me and was hard to follow but overall it was a very good book. I enjoyed the characters and how everything played out. I liked seeing the conflicts and everything that came with their lives. I liked the book a lot.

  • Edna Eleanor

    Couldn't stop reading this books the moment I lay eyes in it, it was really refreshing to see from a guy's point of view for most of the chapters. The author did a good job as I really did feel the character's hopelessness and anguish. This book is different as it show you a different point of view or ideas from the normal paranormal romance. Love this book

  • Brooke

    This book was too full of sorrow and hate for me to really enjoy, and confusion. I'm used to a little, because no one want to know the whole story after only the first page, but this one never seemed to explain itself. I'm sure if I had read the second and third book all would be explained but I read books for enjoyment, and I do not enjoy feeling sad and hateful.

  • Shannon Ann Bliesner

    I was introduced to this book through the "Gods & Mortals" book. I absolutely loved it! the characters were amazing and the story was well thought! I always liked native American stories and fables/histories so in my opinion it was awsome! I cannot wait to find and read the next book!

  • Heidi

    I really enjoyed this book and am nearly through with the second. It's fun to read something set in area I grew up. I'm definitely craving some green chili now! These are easy reads and fairly fast paced. Enjoy!

  • Jeanette

    I can't begin to describe how much I love this book. Such an interesting, twisting plot that is so well-orchestrated and just fascinating in every way to me. I love the folklore that is tied into the story too. It is honestly my favorite aspect of the entire thing.

  • Gina Ferrence

    At first I was confused because I didn't realize the author was using first person narration for more than one character. Once I figured that out, it was much easier to enjoy the story.

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  • Sarah May

    Interesting storyline but it really lagged in speed and at keeping my attention.

  • Jillian

    Ugh. It felt like it was never going to end, even skipping huge sections it just keep going on and on. It could have easily been cut in 1/2 and been a better book.

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