Book Review: Shooting Scars

Shooting Scars (The Artists Trilogy #2) by Karina Halle: A Dangerous Kind of Love . . .
When Ellie Watt offered herself to her thuggish former lover Javier to save Camden's life, she never imagined the twisted game Javier had planned for her. Trapped by him and his entourage of killers, Ellie is forced to commit a dangerous, heinous crime-or Javier will kill Camden. Now ex-con artist Ellie must find a way to stay ahead of the game . . . before it destroys her and the only man she ever loved.
Camden McQueen can't forget Ellie Watt. Seeking revenge and pursued by the authorities for a crime he didn't commit, the talented tattoo artist does things he never thought himself capable of to save Ellie. As Camden straddles the line between love and retribution, he vows to do everything in his power to get her back. But if Camden unleashes his dark side, will Ellie still love him?

Let me just say, Karina Halle is probably one of my favorite authors right now. I fell in love with her writing when I read Love, in English. Then I came back to this series. The books are miles apart in genre. But they tight, talented writing is there. By the end of the first book, I was convinced that Javier was a bastard and my heart went out to Camden. By the end of this second book, I still like Camden best, but there's a little bit more appreciation for Javier. (Which is why I'm really anxious to get through book three of this series and on to Dirty Angels.) There's plenty of action, car chases, shoot-outs, oh, and yes, sex. I enjoyed this book immensely and look forward to the third, and final, installment.

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