Thursday, September 8, 2022

✱✱Book Review✱✱ It Ends with Violence (Saint View Psychos Book 3) by Elle Thorpe

 

They raided my club. Destroyed everything I own. And stole the man I love.

Now it’s up to us to get him back.

But we aren’t the only ones searching.

From our old lives come new dangers. Knowing who to trust becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse, one that threatens everything I’ve built, and everyone I love.

Nash, War, and I won’t survive if Vincent doesn’t.

In the midst of lies, secrets, and earth-shattering revelations, there’s only one thing we know for certain.

This ends with violence.

It Ends with Violence is the third and final book in the Saint View Psychos reverse harem, 'why choose' trilogy. It cannot be read as a standalone. Reading order: Start a War, Half the Battle, It Ends With Violence.

This book and series is dark romance and contains scenes and elements that may triggering for some readers.


Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Secrets! If there's been one constant throughout this trilogy, I'd have to say it's secrets. And for every answer she dangled in front of us, Elle Thorpe gave us another secret, another question to answer. Just in case you're finding out now that this is a trilogy, I'll try to avoid spoilers of any part of the story. Instead, I'll say that we do get a lot of answers in this book, but not everything is tied up in a neat little bow. These Saint View #whychoose families see plenty of darkness on their way to their own versions of HEA. The Saint View Psychos is everything I wanted from these characters and then some. I was so excited for Vincent's story, and he does not disappoint. Of course, the rest of these characters were pretty great as well. I knew going in that it was gonna take one strong woman to hold her own with Vincent, and Bliss is so much stronger than she seems at first or that she even realizes. She's got gumption to spare, so it only stands to reason that she'd get three dark and sexy guys to keep her on her toes. So, if you can handle some deliciously dark romance, I'd suggest taking a stroll through Saint View and maybe stopping by Psychos while you're there. 




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