Song of the Soul

Song of the Soul

by Lisa Kessler

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His destiny is tied to hers… Mikolas Leandros carries the Guardian’s mark, and has been working behind enemy lines trying to protect the Muses from the Order of the Titans. The moment he lays eyes on Trinity Porter, the Muse of Music, a power awakens inside of him, a primal need to protect her. Trinity has lost two of her Muse sisters to the Order of the Titans, and just because the sexy Greek billionaire claims to be her Guardian doesn’t mean she can trust him. With Kronos on the loose, the stakes couldn’t be higher as Trinity and her sisters open the legendary Theater of the Muses. But the longer Mikolas works at Trinity’s side, the more he comes to realize that love is the only thing worth fighting for, and in the end, love could save them all.

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ISBN-13: 9780999464120
Publisher: Lisa's Lair
Publication date: 11/26/2018
Series: The Muse Chronicles , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 250
Sales rank: 68,019
File size: 485 KB

About the Author

Lisa Kessler is a Best Selling author of dark paranormal fiction. She's a two-time San Diego Book Award winner for Best Published Fantasy-Sci-fi-Horror and Best Published Romance. Her books have also won the PRISM award, the Award of Excellence, the National Excellence in Romantic Fiction Award, the Award of Merit from the Holt Medallion, and an International Digital Award for Best Paranormal. Her short stories have been published in print anthologies and magazines, and her vampire story, Immortal Beloved, was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award. When she's not writing, Lisa is a professional vocalist, and has performed with San Diego Opera as well as other musical theater companies in San Diego. You can learn more at

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Song of the Soul 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Song of the Soul is the culmination of the Muses story. All of the surviving muses have found their Guardians but Trinity the Muse of Music. When she finds out that Mikolas is her Guardian she figures the Fates are out to get her. First Ted and now Mikolas both part of the organization that is out to destroy the Muses and their Theater of inspiration. But all things are not as they seem and watching the truth come to light is as much fun as watching the Muses and their Guardians take on the Titans. This is a sweet, sometimes sad but truly lovely story of love and redemption. A wonderful end to the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the series it would be nice to read about the next generation of the 9 daughter's of the almighty Zeus
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Trinity is the modern incarnation of the Muse of Music, one of the 9 daughters of Zeus born to inspire mankind. She and her 6 remaining sisters are just weeks away from opening their theater meant to inspire people world-wide. Mikolas is her destined Guardian. While infiltrating the Order from the inside, Mikolas must convince Trinity, her Muse sisters and their Guardians that he’s really on their side and Kronos is determined to destroy mankind. This was a pretty good book. I’ve read most of the books in the series, although I missed the last one. It was a quick read and probably my only complaint was the quickness of Trinity’s and Mikolas’s feelings. I know it’s to be predestined but for some reason, it bugged me a little. Overall though, a good read in a great series. I highly recommend. **I voluntarily read and reviewed this book
ReadYourWrites More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars Kronos, the King of the Titans and God of time, has broken free and walks among us. In his human form he is Kevin Elys. His primary goal is to hurt his son Zeus, by killing his nine reborn daughters known as muses. Kronos’s secondary goal is to destroy the world. For a millennium, Zeus has known his father would return. The question was when. “Every generation the nine daughters of Zeus are reborn, and with their rebirth are also nine Guardians. They will be marked by the gods, and given gifts to protect his treasure. Their abilities will only be unlocked when they find their muse.” This generation of muses has been brought to Crystal City by a vision. They are to work together to restore Les Neuf Soeurs, Theatre of the Muses, to inspire mankind through science and the arts. “Destiny is playing out in Crystal City. This generation will decide the future of mankind.” Several of the muses have found their guardians. A few have been killed by the Order of the Titans. Only Trinity Porter, the Muse of Music, remains single and without a guardian. Not having a guardian makes Trinity an easy target for Kevin and what’s left of the now dismantled Order of the Titans. To the world, Mikolas Leandros is a Greek billionaire and head of Belkin Oil. But he is actually so much more. Since he was a child, Mikolas has known he was marked to be a guardian, as was his grandfather before him. In a move to protect muses and the world itself, Mikolas’s father and grandfather have put him in the position to head up Belkin Oil and the American division of the Order. However, Mikolas’s covert operation has made him an enemy of this generation of muses and their guardians. Believing his muse was murdered by the Order before he arrived, Mikolas just wants to help protect the other muses and stop Kronos. When Kronos goes after Trinity, Mikolas knows he’s meant to be her guardian. “I’ll fight until my last breath to protect you.” The Guiders of Destiny have played a long game, and the end is in sight. “You think the danger has passed? Far from it.” Kronos is tired of playing around. He wants Zeus and his daughters to suffer. To that end, he unleashes his brother Iapetus, the Titan of Mortality, the Piercer to help him. An unlikely hero emerges and offers the guardians a fighting chance against Kronos and Iapetus. To ultimately defeat these Titans, the guardians will have to fight together and call upon higher powers. The muses will have to come together, stand tall, and show the beauty of the mind and the heart of mankind. Lisa Kessler has ended the Muse Chronicles series nicely. Song of the Soul is an enemies to lovers story. Events in past books had Trinity hating and not trusting Mikolas just by his name and the sight of him. But Mikolas stood by his honor and beliefs and gained not only the trust and respect of Trinity, but the other muses and guardians as well. Song of the Soul and the conclusion of the series did not play out the way I thought it would. However, Lisa did throw in some people and characters I didn't expect. She also managed to bring tears to my eyes. To a certain exist, Lisa has written details on past characters and events into this story. But I really think to fully understand events in this book, you need to read the whole series, or at least start with Breath of Passion. **Received a copy of the book from the author and reviewed voluntarily.**
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It has taken me days to write this review because I knew once I did this series would truly be over. Sigh. This story was exciting with intense confrontations between good and evil along with the final and best love story. This book is a stand-alone but reading the series in order would enhance your reading pleasure
PenKay More than 1 year ago
One thing I know for sure: a book in this series will make me cry. And, yes, I cried at the end. The concluding book in this series was full of love, redemption, hope, and inspiration. I hate to see a series end, but eventually they all must, and this one is ending on a bang. We get to finally see Trinity get her Guardian, and all of the Muses finally prevail over Kronos. I know that might be a spoiler, but no one really expected them to lose. LOL! The only thing I wish is that the book had been a little bit longer at the end. I hate to see it go, but I look forward to more from this author. Highly recommend! I received a complimentary copy of this, and I voluntarily left a review.