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Naz never meant to care for Karissa. He certainly never meant to fall in love with her. When he met her, he wanted one thing and one thing only. The monster in him wanted her for revenge. But now, things have changed.
Karissa and Naz’s relationship is complicated to say the least. Karissa is finding it difficult to trust anything that Naz says or does. She is hurt and she is not making their situation any easier. In fact, she’s making it much more difficult. Naz is being as patient with her as he can. He knows most of this is his fault and he’s trying not to make it harder on her than it already is.
Naz is caught in a tough spot. He has choices to make. He has to decide what type of man he wants to be. Will he make the decisions he feels forced to make, or will he do what he thinks is right for him...
I love how this author can take such a serious, dark and suspenseful book and give it such light hearted moments. There were a few spots that left a smile on my face. And the author sure brought the heat! The sex between Naz and Karissa was hotter than ever. It was angry and rough. It was passionate and sexy.
Naz is complex. He’s a broken, tortured and haunted man. He is not a good guy, but he’s not all bad either. He might not be a hero, but he’s not exactly a villain either. His past haunts him. Naz is who he is. I love that about him. He makes no excuses. He does what he wants. No need to lie about it. Being in his head this entire story was a real treat!
Now on to Karissa. Even though I understood where she was coming from and why she was acting the way she was, I’m not going to lie. The first half of the book she annoyed the crap out of me. As the story went on, she got better. And Naz was pretty much perfection so it all worked out. I’m thankful that I liked her again by the end of the book.
Even though Karissa had every reason to hate Naz, and there were moments she really did hate him, she also loved him fiercely. Karissa constantly struggles with what her heart wants, and what her mind says is the right thing. I especially loved the way Naz was with Karissa. He’s loves, cares for her and protects her.
And then there is that ending... towards the end I had some major heart palpitations. My nerves were all over the place not knowing what was going to happen and how it was all going to go down. I liked how those final scenes came together. Any questions you had were answered and things were concluded nicely. And that epilogue. It was amazing. I shed a few tears reading it.
Torture to Her Soul is another winner for me. I love the suspense, the mystery, the grit, the passion and all around messed up undertones of the story. Naz is my favorite type of hero. The not so good guy who’s not so bad either. A man with issues. If you’ve read Monster in His Eyes, make sure this is your next read! You won’t be disappointed. And if you haven’t, I highly recommend this series to anyone who loves a taboo love story with some heat, crime and suspense mixed in!
>I am an independent reviewer. This is the second book in the Monster in his Eyes series and ends in an HEA with a threat of danger. This book concentrates on the fallout after Karissa knows all of Naz’s secrets. She is understandably upset, but Naz loves her and won’t let her go. As a result, Karissa turns into a real shrew. She is purposefully messy to bother his OCD. She is cruel, taunting and really mean to Naz. She never seems to go through any kind of a grieving process where anger eventually morphs into acceptance. Even when Karissa finally accepts her love for Naz, I can’t stand either character. Naz turns into a doormat, taking Karissa’s abuse, but still morning the true love of his life, Maria. Karissa was wronged, but her actions make her so unlikable.
>The redeeming part of this story is Naz’s realization about his life and his goals. I love how he turns to his parents after such a long time. He realizes revenge is not all that fulfilling and Ray is now more enemy than friend. The writing in this book is good, the feelings deep, but the characters were no longer ones I would root for.
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the book 4 stars.
We watch as he tries to win Karrisa over. He really tried, but he is a mob. So, he has only has one way of showing his love. You know what way it is. This is an enjoyable read. It is really 'mobbish', so if you are squeamish or something, give it a pass. This author really knows how to write a Mafia book. Nothing ephemeral about the workings of Naz Vitale's mind. It is real and gruesome. Don't get me started about the sex. It is as hardcore as the killings. Awesome.
Even though you don't get Karissa's point of view directly until the "bonus" - you sense what she is thinking through Ignazio's eyes. So conflicted, hate and love battling within her. Which will she choose to embrace?
Hands down this is one of the best book series of the year. Buy these two books now! You won't be disappointed. I was left wanting more, I didn't want it to end. Thank you JM - I will be watching out for anything you publish.