Wednesday, November 6

Review: Shooting Scars by Karina Halle

Title: Shooting Scars
By: Karina Halle
Series: Artists Trilogy #2
My Copy: Ebook from Netgalley for Review
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Sometimes the right choice can be the deadliest.

When Ellie Watt made the ultimate sacrifice for Camden McQueen, she never thought it would be easy. But walking away with her ex-lover, Javier Bernal, in order to ensure Camden’s safety has brought a whole new set of dangers. With Javier’s plans for Ellie growing more secretive by the moment, Ellie must find a way to stay ahead of the game before her past swallows her whole.

Meanwhile, Camden’s new life is short-lived. Fueled by revenge and pursued by authorities, he teams up with an unlikely partner in order to save Ellie. But as Camden toes the line between love and retribution, he realizes that in order to get back the woman he loves, he may have to lose himself in the process. He might just turn into the very man he’s hunting.

Told in dual POV from Camden and Ellie.

Halle continues to test my limits with this second novel in the Artist Trilogy. Concluding even more confused than ever. Camden and Ellie are telling this story in alternate pov's. This was a very interesting story. Following up the abrupt appearance of Javier we are faced with Ellie unknown if she will ever see Camden again. As well as, Camden's determination to find Ellie. I find myself questioning the possible paths, but yet again questioning if she actually has a choice in the end. Karina Halle does not offer predictable stories, but ones that will leave you questioning right up to the last page. This has left me yet again hanging on the cliff, and eager for the next story. This whole book has geared up to what I look for to be an explosive finale. Watch our for the final review shortly. 

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