DIRTY SOULS by Karina Halle Review

SUMMARY:
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.
Review

Dirty Souls (Sins Duet, #2)

My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Wow, what a ride. This book kept me on the edge. I actually felt like arguing with the characters. I was in that deeply.
This is the second book in a two part series. You have to read Black Hearts first. It picks up right where the other left off. Violet and Vicente are in their little love cocoon, but of course, it can’t last. They have a whole world of danger waiting for them. The twists and turns just do not stop in this book. I didn’t see so much coming. Eventually everyone ends up in Mexico. Javier has changed so much throughout all the books in the other series. I had no idea what he was capable of doing. Actually I didn’t know what the limits were for any of the characters. I think I’m still a bit in shock of everything that went down. There is a conclusion of this storyline, but it’s definitely open to more from the characters in this world.


***copy given in exchange for an honest review***

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