~Book Review~ “Lust” by Eva Charles

My Review:

Lust is the second book in A Sinful Empire Trilogy and picks up where Greed ended.  It cannot be read as a standalone.

When Daniela finally reveals her dark secret to Antonio, the trajectory of their lives is changed forever and both must come to terms with the evil and unforgivable actions that took place.  While Daniela seeks only to protect Valentina, Antonio knows he must have his vengeance to make the world safer for all of them.

As this twisted tale continues to unfold, Daniela must fight for her place next to Antonio even as he comes to grips with the fact that he wants her there.  Their push and pull continues to be a highlight and their relationship takes just as many steps backwards as it does forwards.  But, their chemistry and need for one another cannot be denied by either of them.

While seeking his vengeance for Daniela, Antonio is also still working to uncover who is truly behind the attacks on Daniela’s life and Isabel’s murder.  While he believes he knows who he can trust, the threat knows too much and a traitor is somehow in their midst.

Lust deals with some extremely sensitive and brutal topics and may trigger some readers, but Eva Charles is masterful in her handling of these issues and truly gives these characters unparalleled depth.  This book is relentless in its emotion and feelings of impending doom . . . we all know something terrible is coming but not exactly what or from who . . . we just feel the anxiety of the upcoming devastation even as Antonio and Daniela seem to grow stronger together.

Dark and twisted and left hanging by a thread for what I am sure will be an epic conclusion when Envy releases, Lust was everything I could have hoped for and more as this trilogy races full throttle towards its finish!  5 stars!

Lust by Eva Charles is now live!

 

Our fate was sealed with a blood oath.
Daniela D’Sousa is beautiful.
Fiery.
Seductive.
And hiding deadly secrets.

Her angels play so nicely with my demons.
I crave her touch.
Her whimpers.
Her obedience.
Her light.

Do I deserve her? No.
Will that stop me from taking what’s rightfully mine? Also no.

Some men never seek forgiveness, not even with their final breath.
My name is Antonio Huntsman, and I am one of one those men.

Lust is the second book in A Sinful Empire Trilogy, which begins with Greed and concludes with Envy. It should be read after reading Greed. Lust is a dark romance with dark themes.
Forbidden fruit has never been sweeter…

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Meet Eva Charles

After being a confirmed city-girl for much of her life, Eva moved to beautiful Western Massachusetts in 2014. There, she found herself living in the woods with no job, no friends (unless you count the turkey, deer, and coyote roaming the backyard), and no children underfoot, wondering what on earth she’d been thinking. But as it turned out, it was the perfect setting to take all those yarns spinning in her head and weave them into sexy stories.

When she’s not writing, trying to squeeze information out of her tight-lipped sons, or playing with the two cutest dogs you’ve ever seen, Eva’s creating chapters in her own love story.

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