Wednesday, March 22, 2017

[Review] Dirty Souls, by: Karina Halle

Sins Duet #2


by: Karina Halle
Release Date: March 20th, 2017
Read Date: March 22nd, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages: 300

From New York Times bestselling author Karina Halle comes DIRTY SOULS the much-anticipated, nail-biting conclusion to Black Hearts…

Violet McQueen has always been a sensitive soul. Troubled and misunderstood, she never realized her place in the world, nor her true potential…until she met Vicente Bernal.

From birth, Vicente Bernal has always known his place in the world – he’s been groomed to be a ruthless king. Yet for a man whose soul has become morally bankrupt, it’s only through Violet he’s realizing the worth of someone’s heart.

But at what cost?

With a deadly game set in motion taking them from the stark deserts of California to the steamy jungles of Mexico, Violet and Vicente’s forbidden relationship will be put to the test. Boundaries will be pushed, lines will be crossed and souls will get very, very dirty.

Because how do you choose between blood and love when both might get you killed?


I read it all. I loved it all. Every single thing. This is how I want my books to end. Happy.

As I did said in the last review, it was obvious that shit was going to hit the fan and hard. So I was preparing myself that people that I come to care die. I braced for impact and it helped me. I am not saying someone died or someone did not, but I hate blood, okay? And there is a lot of it here. I tried to skip the scenes, but I did not skip them all. Just keep in mind what I am saying, okay?

Blood apart. The romance in this book is the one I always love in my favorite books, unwavered. Violet understood that Vicente had lied, but she knew that Vicente loved her with everything in him. You see, that how beautiful everything was. The action on this book was another MVP, because hell. Car chasing, killing people left and right, Violet's mom being all mama bear... everything was beyond perfect, I swear.

The Spanish in this book wasn't that bad as the first, but I have to clear up that is Santa Muerte, not Santa Muerta. I have a crush in gringos that know Spanish, and even though that Vicente is not, I still have a crush on him. I just wish there was more real Spanish.

The book is... I really recommend this series to anyone who want to read romance, have a little heart sometimes and need a happy ending for once. Give it a try and you will not regret it.



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