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- Print Length: 354 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 25, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0135MRXZY
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #208,345 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Holy hell this was intense, from beginning to end there is no other word to describe it. Like Wrong there was very little down time and if anything this was more nail-biting and darker than the last.
We pick up were we dropped off in the last book. Tor was walking away and things got impeccably worse. Joe Campbell is the devil and he has the one thing that Jude wants, Tor. He is a despicable excuse of human and will stop at nothing to make Jude suffer. His evil holds no bounds and there are no lines he will not cross.
Tor became someone new during her time with Jude and her evolution continues in this book. Her soul is destroyed and her will is broken but piece by piece she is slowly put back together by the one person that she fell for.
"(he)...is the only thing holding me here, in one piece, and the second I move from his arms I'll disintegrate."
Jude is out for blood, his problems with Joe Campbell run long and deep and he will not be safe to rest until he is taken care of. Jude, the ruthless bookie, has also evolved. His focus while still the same has also changed. He has someone else to think of and he is determined to protect her with all that he is.
The conclusion of their story was not easy to get through. It was not a story with sunshine and roses; there was devastating loss, brutality, an evil so dark that I needed to look away and pure sadness. There were few slivers of hope and ending that will knock your socks off. I truly loved the depth of this story. From the darkness light was found but the journey to get there was not pretty. The detail in which the story was told was captivating and disturbing. It was definitely one of those books that will stick with me for a long time to come.
"Sometimes the lines between right and wrong become so blurred that everything seems like it's right."
Jude and Tor were a dark king and queen in my eyes. He would stop at nothing to find her and she was going to do everything to get back to Jude. I was truly gutted over what Tor had to endure, and I completely fell head over heels for Jude even more than I already had.
And just when I thought all would be right in the crazy world of Jude and Tor BAM, nope something else happens and I'm like NOOOOOOOOO!!
Although I thought the ending was perfect. I am so happy we are getting a third book!
I liked reading how much each character developed into more, especially Jude. He went from an uncaring cold-blooded killer manhoe to a faithful, caring man who love Tor so much he was willing to do whatever it took to keep her safe, even at the expense of his life. I was happy with the ending.
I'm gonna keep this review short and sweet: To get understand this book, you MUST read Wrong, Book 1. No if's, and's or but's. Both books are fast paced, have violence, sex, brutality (sometimes all three at once), and it showcases a part of society most of us will never know. Is it a good book? Yes, yes it is. Is it easy to read? The words flow like water in a stream, but can be hard to take if you don't enjoy dark romance. Does this diminish the overall effects of the book? Absolutely not, it enhances it entirely.
If you like your heroes or heroines (or both) dark, tortured, angry and doing what they need to do for them and theirs under any circumstances....with intense feelings and sex thrown in...then Wrong and Wrath are the books for you. LP Lovell is the author for you.
I have never hated a villain as much as I hated Joe Campbell and he made Jude look like a boy scout but what Joe does to Victoria is some of the nastiest, most upsetting things I have read in a book.
There is plenty to get upset and cry about in Wrath and so many surprises (some good and some bad) that they made my head spin, but all in all I liked how the story played out and especially the ending.
A really intense series and I recommend it for those who love a lot of crazy with their dark romance.
**** 4 **** "hell has no wrath like a woman who is crossed" stars
Most recent customer reviews
I could not put it down and look forward to the next one.
Go read Wrong first, then come back and enjoy the ride. Lovell & Cole give you all the angst and despair in this one. Gah!Read more
Tor and Jude are back and oh how screwed up they are!
I found Wrath to have a more complex and interesting story line.Read more
5 Massive Stars - Read Aug 2015
Holy Bloody Hell ..... I didn't think I could love this book as much as Wrong!Read more
Have you ever read that book that completely consumes you making you fall down the dark well into a world that is written so brilliantly that once done it...Read more