Review of Requiem of the Soul (The Society Trilogy, Book 1) by Nathasha Knight and A. Zavarelli @azavarelli & @natashaknight13

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

“The doors close behind us, that final divide between what was and what will be.”

A Sovereign Son, Santiago De La Rosa has chosen the woman to be his wife. He’s was a direct heir to a founding father of Imperium Valens Invictum. He has a lot of power and yet he is not someone that is in the public eye much nor is he held in high regard by some members.

Ivy Moreno is the daughter of A Society member, but her family is not high in the rankings. Her mother is from a higher-ranking family and was a gift to Ivy’s father. The Moreno family is not a tight knit family. Ivy would normally not be the top choice for a union with a top-ranking member. She has imperfections, but Santiago is not aware of all of them.

An interesting read with imperfect characters, deceitful family members, and the need for revenge. Can two people make a life and be happy when their marriage starts with secrets, the need for revenge, or the hatefulness of their families? Will Santiago find his heart and the ability to come around and make a happy life with Ivy? I like most of the characters in this story, but there are a few I would like to see be put in their place or taken care in the way that these guys can. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more of the next book Reparation of Sin.

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