One shy lost soul.
One silent lonely heart.
One love to save them both.
Life has never been easy for twenty-year-old Levi Carillo. The youngest of the Carillo boys, Levi is nothing like his older brothers. He isn’t dark in looks or intimidating to everyone he meets. In fact, he’s quite the opposite. Haunted by a crippling shyness and the tragic events of his past, Levi spends his days with his head buried in his books, or training hard for his college football team. Too timid to talk to girls, Levi stays as far away as possible and completely on his own… until he saves the life of a troubled pretty blonde, a troubled pretty blonde that might just be the exception to his rule.
Elsie Hall is homeless. Or at least that’s all anyone ever sees. Every day is a fight for survival on the cold streets of Seattle, everyday a struggle to find food and keep warm. Alone in life—a life that’s dangerous and cruel—her will to keep going is an ever-losing battle. In her world of silence, Elsie has given up hope that her life will contain anything but constant heartache and pain… until the beautiful boy she has severely wronged comes to her rescue at precisely the right time.
Tillie Cole has literally slayed me with this series of books and this one is no exception. Sweet Soul is a raw and gritty story of two broken souls, fusing together as they find love and acceptance in one another.
My tears have flowed plentiful and frequently throughout this entire book. Elsie and Levi are wonderfu characters and there connection was inspiring right from the start.
Sweet soul touches your heart much like the previous books in this series have. These tough hard shelled guys, finding and falling for the other half of there soul showing there soft inside, loving there women with everything inside them.
It has been a heart breaking road following these men on there journey toward love and there HEA but hell what a journey it has been.
Tillie Cole is one hell of a exceptional writer and her books are up there with my top favourites. Everyone should know the kind of love Tillie writes about.