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Soul to Keep

(Vampire Sorority Sisters #3)

3.68  ·  Rating details ·  179 ratings  ·  34 reviews
With every commitment comes sacrifice …

College junior Jill Babineux knows where her priorities lie. Between a full course load, her blood pledge to feed a certain vampire, and all the community service hours she’s got to log with her sisters in Alpha Beta Omega Sorority, the last thing on her mind is finding love, especially with an immortal.

Which works out just fine for M
Paperback, 264 pages
Published March 15th 2016 by Bold Strokes Books
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Diane Wallace
Feb 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
Thrilling series! This 3rd installment continue with a lovely group of vampires who likes to play dangerous games that leads to a nice plot twist in the storyline and also good storytelling by the author plus enjoy the bond between the girls because readers can feel all the sexual tension going on whenever any connection or biting between them. Interesting,entertaining and very creative energy from the first page to very last page..recommend to everyone
This is Jill Babineux's story and it's one I've avoided because I really didn't like Jill as a character in the previous installments. I left it long enough that I couldn't remember why I disliked her so much. I found I really liked her in Soul to Keep and I loved her spunk and oddness. I liked that Tokyo was an outsider too.

Jill is trying to get the university to put a series of sexual health lectures in to place and while she's busy work on them one evening Tokyo takes an interest. Some of Tok
Jun 16, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: lgbtq, black-authors
This was...a ride! I'm not entirely sure how to rate and review this one, but here goes.

Soul to Keep is an erotic romance involving a sorority of lesbian & bisexual vampires and their bloodbound feeders. In some ways it is over the top with the tropes and overt sexuality. It also has some scenes of the MC being introduced to BDSM and kinky sex that are pretty out there, at least for me, and a kind of weird scene involving the vampire love interest being able to shape shift body parts. So for th
I liked this one a whole lot. Rebekah Weatherspoon's character work is the strongest part of this book.

I haven't read the others in the series in years so I forgot who some of the characters were, but that was okay. I was surprised by how much I hated Ginger, especially since she was one of the leads in the first book.

This book is a lot of fun, super dirty, with big feelings. I'm glad Rebekah Weatherspoon is still writing ff, because as good as her straight romances are, she was one of the fir
Keara Norris
If you read this book apart from the first two in the series you would probably enjoy it much more than I did. I soooo wanted to like this book. After reading the 1st two I expected & hoped for more. Although on the surface Jill was not very likable, I liked how some of that was shown to be a defense mechanism & I liked how she and Tokyo were able to be their true selves with each other. The sweetness of their relationship when it was just the two of them with their guards down made the book rea ...more
Justina Johnson
Jun 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
‘Soul to Keep’ is the third book in a series about vampires and demons, college life, and the Alpha Beta Omega Sorority. And while the two main women in each book are different, the underlying story does connect them enough that I would recommend reading ‘Better Off Red’ and ‘Blacker than Blue’ before turning to this volume. As with the previous installments, I loved the depth and richness of the characters, the extremely well-built world that included some details of vampire feeding that made m ...more
Feb 24, 2016 rated it liked it
**I received a free eARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

Let me just start by saying that I hadn't read the first two books in the series before this one, so I didn't know what to expect, but I never really got lost or felt like there was some information missing, so it was fine reading it as a stand-alone.

Now to the review...

I actually found the whole vampire feeding thing really interesting, basically there are frats and sororities, and the people who belong
Abby Jean
Aug 24, 2017 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2017
well, that's what i get for randomly downloading ebooks from the library. ...more
Mar 12, 2016 rated it liked it
3.5 stars.
I received a copy of this book from Inked Rainbow Reads in return for an honest review.
It kills me to rate this book this low. I don't particularly like vampires, and tend to stay away from them in my fiction. This book, however, totally drew me in, engaging me in the story and making me care about the characters. I love Jill. I love Tokyo. They're awesome. The vampire aspect of the book was done in a way that, while it was a focus of the story, didn't overwhelm me with how wonderful a
Female Person
Feb 27, 2016 marked it as unfinished
Shelves: lgbt
For Netgalley

I could not finishing reading this book. Why? Because all the characters are incredibly annoying and somewhat immature. I was able to tolerate, even like the first book in this series but after that it kept going downhill. The main issue is that none of the main characters that the author chooses to explore are likeable. Whenever a character is introduced the author goes out of her way to tell us quite literally that this character is annoying and most of the supporting characters t
Nomcy 2.0
Dec 19, 2017 rated it liked it
I loved book 1, skipped book 2, and found book3 kinda weird. My favorite character has always been Camilla (I'd definitely love a book from her pov), but I loved how fun Tokyo was. She made me laugh all the time. One thing I didn't like about book 3 was that it made Ginger seem like a terrible control freak, and Camilla by association. Maybe something happened in book 2 that I missed, but the character change was just too much. I mean, the entire book one was from her pov, and she wasn't intoler ...more
Feb 29, 2016 rated it liked it
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3.75 stars

This book was a pleasant surprise because I wasn't expecting it to be so fluffy in a lot of scenes since the premise is very angst-inducing.

Going into this book without having read the other two books, I can't say how Jill and Tokyo were in the other books, but I really enjoyed both of their characters. They're more of the unlikable type upon first meeting, but I loved how Weatherspoon fleshed out the characters, especially Jill, whose honesty was blunt and refreshing.

Despite the fa
Oct 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
*sigh* *heart-eyes* This is probably my favorite of the series in terms of pacing and tone.

Weatherspoon doesn't shy away from depicting the interpersonal problems of living in a sorority house and serving a bunch of vampires, and that drama never feels petty. Rather, the way she handles her characters' emotional lives feels profound and truthful - people can get hurt even if you didn't mean to hurt them, having authority doesn't mean you are mature, and as Jill points out in the book itself, be
Feb 08, 2019 rated it did not like it
I didn’t finish reading this book but I read enough. I am so disappointed in it that I have to write a review, which is something I never do.
“Soul to Keep” was the first book of the series that I read the summary, I think I found it somewhere on amazon and was really interested in the plot, but when I saw it was part of a series I decided to read the first two books.
It was a mistake. And it also wasn’t a mistake.
It wasn’t a mistake because I loved the first book “Better of Red”, I fell in lov
Beverly Diehl
I'd read the other books in this series, and loved them, but this book was harder for me to get into at first. Jill was something of an annoying, goody two-shoes, top scholar type, not even well liked within the sorority. Tokyo was also something of a loner, brusque and impatient.

But as the story progressed, I began to see hints that made me fall for both characters, to root for them, and their romance. Disclaimer: I am personally acquainted with the author. The erotic parts are excellent, as al
For a long time, I sat on the fence about whether or not I wanted to read this book. I hate when a sequel (Sequels) kills my 'OMG' factor from book one.

When I saw this on sale on Bold Strokes Book's website, I figured it was time. I was wrong.

It's not a bad story, but I struggled with more things than I care to list.

In an essence, this isn't a review, just my musings. If you, like me, are undecided, give it a shot.
Patricia Foort
Better than book 2. This because the connection/chemistry between Jill and Tokyo was there. I didn’t like them in book 2 but did in book 3. For me Ginger isn’t a bitch now, but more overprotective. There were a couple of hot scenes starting, but than cut to short which felt like a colder shower after nice hot water. So not Rebekah’s best work for me. Still love book 1. 3 stars for this one
Aug 18, 2020 rated it liked it
I read this book before I read the first in the series, as this is the order in which they were available online for me. This was better than the first - more believable (once you get past the whole vampire thing, of course), but it made me curious about the origin story of the vampires and was harder to read on its own without some of the missing details filled in.
Jul 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
Favorite of the series. I’m still leaking tears at the ending.
Mar 10, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The first 75% of this book was 3 stars for me, but the last quarter picked up and surprised me enough to bump my rating up to a 4.
'Nathan Burgoine
Mar 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: glbt
I read this one while I was on my flight down to the Saints & Sinners Literary Festival, and it made the time fly by.

First off, if you haven't read the whole Vampire Sorority Sisters series before, allow me to suggest you grab 'em all. While the books definitely stand alone with their own internal narratives, there's a larger story at play that also moves along, and it's always best to start at the beginning to get the world-building down pat.

And the world is freaking built. Seriously. Rebekah W
Kitty McIntosh
Mar 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
I hadn't read any previous books in this series but I don't think it detracted from my enjoyment of this one. I really enjoyed the whole premise of vampires running a sorority in a University, enjoying a symbiotic relationship with the girls who choose to pledge. The vampires get the blood they need and it keeps them from having to take it by force. The girls get serious sexual satisfaction whenever they give blood and enjoy the protection of the vampires.
Jill lives in the house and Ginger is he
Feb 10, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: kindle, queer, read-2016
*I received an ebook from Netgalley in exchange for a review.* And, honestly, when I requested this book I didn't realize it was the third book in a series! I'm sure I missed character reveals and growths because I didn't have the full background. That said, it was an enjoyable read.

It's set in a fantasy world where vampires use sororities as feeding pools. The girls are there of there own choice (I think?) and get benefits from the relationship they have with their vampire, their sorority sist
Mar 15, 2016 rated it really liked it

Mar 7 at 4:34 PM

Four Stars: f/f vampire

I was disappointed with the opening chapters of this novel. To much unnecessary and out of context use of bad language and sexual scenes giving the appearance of trying to shock the reader while not yet having formed any intricate part of the novel. I was also disappointed that the higher being was once again male, even though he played a small part, I hoped that by now even vampires could be led by a female.

However as the tale proceeded and became foc
Becky Spears
Just not believable...

I've read the other books in the series and liked them. This one...not so much. Here's the thing with romance books for me: I have to like the characters so I can root for them and I have to actually believe their feelings for each other. I hated the characters in this book. Neither were likable, Jill was annoying and Tokyo was obnoxious. The reason they got together seemed forced and somewhat contrived. And what happened to Ginger?? She's nothing like her character in the
Mariah Lebron
Jan 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: paperback-owned
More of a 4.5.
People talked a lot of crap about this book and how the characters were different... Lets put it like this, yes Ginger was different along with Camila buttttt we're reading the story from Jill and Tokyo's point of view. If they don't like someone it will be known and shown from how they see it. So before you read this book take that into consideration.
This book was still hot and nice. It's still a romance. Unconventional but its still there and still pretty sweet. Its the 2 peopl
Jun 08, 2016 rated it really liked it
I didn't enjoy this as much as the first two books in the series, but I enjoyed the series so much that it really doesn't even matter. It's always fun to come home to characters you know and want to catch up with.

I do like that Weatherspoon takes background characters that we didn't pay TOO much attention to in the first books and really brings them into the forefront of Soul to Keep. It allows for an interesting depth of the universe; makes it multi-layered and oniony.

I'd definitely read a fo
Mar 29, 2016 rated it did not like it
Copy received from NetGalley in exchange for honest review
DNF. It probably didn't help that I started with the third book in the series, but when you get a certain amount of pages in and still have no idea what is going on, who the people are and what the world's ''rules'' are; well it gets to the point where you just give up.
Jan 18, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: lgbtqia, poc-mc, romance
It's somewhat tricky to start at book 3 in a series but it's the only eBook in the series that my library had. I really enjoyed the character development and relationship between Jill and Miyoko. As far as lesbian vampire sorority romance novels go, I really enjoyed it. But I didn't much like the ending. ...more
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After years of meddling in her friends’ love lives, Rebekah Weatherspoon turned to writing romance to get her fix. Raised in Southern New Hampshire, Rebekah Weatherspoon now lives in Southern California where she will remain forever because she hates moving.

Her BDSM romance At Her Feet won the Golden Crown Literary Award for erotic lesbian fiction. Her novella FIT (#1 in the FIT Trilogy) won the R

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