Wayward Soul - Kim   Bowman
How much truth can a spirit bear, how much truth can a spirit dare? - Friedrich Nietzsche

Zanna Seoul is a spirit guide and has broken all the rules. first, she falls in love with her human charge Owen Nash. second, she interferes with Owen's life chart to prevent his death. third, as a consequence of her actions, a fellow spirit guide's charge dies instead of Owen. as payment for her wrongdoings, she is banished to earth in mortal form and any memory Owen has of her is erased from his mind.
vowing to avenge the untimely death of his charge, the other spirit guide who is also a werewolf is out to kill Owen. Zanna is desperate to save Owen from the vengeful guide. how would she save Owen now when he no longer recognizes her and scoffs at her stories of spirits, life charts and shifters?
i was amazed at how the author Kim Bowman managed to spin a 57-page tale that seem to have a lot of stuff going on. she pulled it off though and i was impressed!
i got hooked while reading Wayward Soul - from the conflict that arose in the beginning, the challenges that Zanna and Owen faced in the ensuing pages to the final unexpected resolution.
short as the story may be, Wayward Soul was just packaged right - compact and complete and i would not have it any other way.

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