After a cult tried to sacrifice me to their wicked God, I went on the run, doing whatever was necessary to survive. Until a demon offered me a deal: give him my soul and he’ll help me claim the vengeance I seek. Blood will be spilled, and the monsters I once ran from will soon be running from me. But damning my soul was just the beginning – it’s my heart the demon wants next.
I’ve been hunting souls for centuries, but she’s the ultimate prize – vicious and feral, with a broken soul as dark as my own. I thought claiming her would be a simple game, but Juniper is far from simple. I chose to follow her on a path drenched with the blood of her enemies, but it’s our blood that may be spilled next. As an ancient God wakes from Its slumber, neither of us may survive.
Her Soul for Revenge is book 2 in the Souls Trilogy. Although all the books are interconnected, they are stand-alone and can be read in any order.
This book contains sexual scenes, kink/fetish content, horror elements, drug use, scenes of trauma, anxiety, and PTSD, and depictions of “hard” kink/edgeplay. A complete CW can be found in the frontmatter of the book.
I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review
My Rating: 5 Stars
I have 39 highlights in this book. I’m NOT someone who highlights much at all. Maybe 2-5 highlights per book on average? So when I say I FREAKING LOVE THIS BOOK, I damn well mean it.
Juniper might be one of my favorite heroines I’ve read this year. She was broken by the things that happened to her when she was 15, but she’s also determined to get revenge no matter the cost. Seeing her grow and learn to accept herself through her interactions with Zane was everything.
ZANE THOUGH. I thought Leon was a sassy ass demon, but Leon absolutely has him beat. I laughed out loud on so many occasions, and honestly couldn’t get enough of him. I’m excited to meet Callum in book three but I already know he won’t compare to Zane for me. A sarcastic, sexy, slightly masochistic switch demon? Yeah I never stood a chance.
The plot of this book does follow the same timeline as the plot for Her Soul to Take, and although I knew the basics of what would happen at the end of the book, I definitely enjoyed seeing how everything went down, and Harley made sure that the tension was there. I mean, of course I was worried about my favorite demon!