There are angels and demons at war inside my head.
I had it all figured out: finish high school, attend seminary and finally answer my calling of becoming a priest. What I hadn’t counted in the equation was her.
The girl who was always out of my reach. The girl who still makes me lose my breath with just a look.
Little did I know she would become my temptation and vice, and quite possibly, my ruin.
Now I’m standing at a crossroads, and my head is a battlefield. How do I choose sides when it means losing a part of who I am?
Autumn Grey is the author of the Havoc series (Havoc, Obliterate, Mend). And just like her characters, she is quirky, sometimes funny and definitely flawed. She writes sexy contemporary romances full of drama, steamy kisses and happy ever afters.
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*** ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. ***
Sol and Grace’s journey left a void in my heart and I don’t know how I would find my way back. With a storyline like this, I knew I would be a wreck for sure but after reading it, it was more than I’d ever imagined.
I admit that I was pretty wary about this kind of story but I have to say that the author managed to describe how it felt to be torn between two, between faith and love, to feel like you belong to someone, to have something precious and not be able to someone’s first. Damn if it wasn’t heartbreaking. It took me a bit to get along with it but once I did, I couldn’t stop.
Sol and Grace knew for a while but never go more than being acquaintances. The thing is, the characters didn’t act on their feelings right away but holy guacamole, a touch, a little glance was overwhelming, and they haven’t done anything yet.
I could feel the goosebumps…
I love a romance when you could feel the chemistry not only in the intimate way but also outside. And Sol and Grace were that way. When you could feel the extent of their emotions, the raging battle between in love but to be true to themselves, to feel complete as a couple but also as individuals.
Sol was sure about his future until he left his heart leading instead his reason, fighting to put Grace in a sacred place, untouched and to become the priest he wanted to be. Following this step made him feel peace and contentment but not able to let Grace go.
I had more difficulties to connect with Grace. I got it, they are young, and from my adult POV some of her actions felt selfish and immature.
The struggle was just real. It was for sure leading to heartbreak and left these two utterly broken but they had for a little time something incredible that you could only find once in a lifetime. Even if it was wrong in so many levels.
And now I have to wait I don’t know how freaking long. This series is going to be the death of me. It made my heart burst so much. I had such a sweet spot for Sol and I’m still waiting to be convinced by Grace. I am definitely intrigued about the other books, and I had this idea on my mind and I cannot wait to see how the author would lead us.