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  • destroyed me inside out

    I have never thought dark mafia arranged marriage could reach such level of legendary brilliance till I read Reparation of Sin by Natasha Knight and A. Zavarelli. You would think you know what is going to happen. But let me tell you, you have no idea about the emotional hell these authors created. Darker than the darkest. Erotic and sensual. Twisted beyond your wildest dreams.Reparation of Sin by Natasha Knight and A. Zavarelli destroyed me inside out and I only crave for more torture. It was action packed. It was deviant. It was twisted with sharp edges. I reviewed an early copy voluntarily

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  • Fantastic installment to the series!

    The second installment of The Society Trilogy does not disappoint! This is certainly and wild and crazy ride. Reparation of Sin starts off exactly where Requiem of the Soul leaves off. The first book was mired in mystery, and although Ivy was often in the dark with a lot of the machinations taking place around her, Santiago seemed to be the one pulling all the strings and clear in his need for vengeance. In Reparation of Sin, we have a lot of more mystery and are left questioning everyone. This is an incredibly twisted, steamy and intense read with a lot of triggers. I picked this up and had to keep turning pages until I hit the end, and now can’t wait to read the third and final book of this trilogy.

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  • A little too late to make amends -

    Nooooooooo I knew it! I also think there is more to someone else's part in this sordid mess I also believe a certain council member may be playing his own long game or that could just be my paranoia IDK And what's up with Abel? He knows he can never be more than a lackey... Doesn't he? I seriously can not blame Ivy for her decision(s). Santiago, you went too far this time A little too late to make amends - Hate has a way of distorting the truth and blinding the bearer I need to know how this ends ... I know we will most likely get a "happy enough for now" But what about all the bodies that are being left in the wake of everyone's desperation to be on top? All the lives that are/or will be snuffed out - What about those who are left behind to mourn the losses? And let us not forget the trauma that will always haunt the innocent who are caught in the middle of the quests for more? I think you all need a good cleansing - Just saying This is the second book in the trilogy - it is a dark and turbulent romance that will test both the antihero and our heroine - it definitely takes place in the deep end of the darker genre pool

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  • 5 UTTERLY DEVASTATING STARS

    Reparation of Sin book two in The Society of Trilogy, is a dark romance between Santiago and Ivy it is raw and all consuming. I started this book at 2:30 am and stayed up all the way until dawn to finish it, it was jaw dropping and unpredictable. This has been my most anticipated read ever since the ending in Requiem for the Soul and wow did it live it to the hype. Santiago is as dark as an anti hero I have ever read the things he does and treats Ivy at times had me wanting to close my eye and not read, but like a sucker I had to read every single detail. Ivy was thrust in to The Secret Society world and forced to marry Santiago she has had to put up with everything that happened to her, at times I though she would break but she prevailed each time. Santiago and Ivy's relationship is complicated everything about them would be forbidden and complicated when they are each others monsters. Santiago never predicted his Poison Ivy would force him to face the monster and all the scars he's caused. Resurrection of the Heart can not come fast enough!!!!

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  • So good! Can’t wait for more!

    I was so excited to read this after the cliffy from book #1, and it did not disappoint. Ivy and Santiago are still at each other’s throats, but change is happening. Santiago’s hatred is faltering, and feelings he didn’t know he was capable of are popping up. I love seeing Santiago grapple with his humanity, as the woman he meant to torture and kill starts to worm her way into his dark heart. And I love how Ivy starts to gather courage to make the change she so desperately wants. The side stories are so intriguing and I’m just dying for more of this world!

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