Review: Sovereign by Celia Aaron

Sovereign by Celia Aaron
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Acquisition #3
Release: April 28, 2016
Length: 280 pages

The Acquisition has ruled my life, ruled my every waking moment since Sinclair Vinemont first showed up at my house offering an infernal bargain to save my father’s life. Now I know the stakes. The charade is at an end, and Sinclair has far more to lose than I ever did.

But this knowledge hasn’t strengthened me. Instead, each revelation breaks me down until nothing is left but my fight and my rage. As I struggle to survive, only one question remains. How far will I go to save those I love and burn the Acquisition to the ground?

Full disclosure: This book is a DARK romance with elements of BDSM, slavery, violence, and super-hot sex. It is the last of the Acquisition trilogy, no cliffhanger. If you're good with these caveats, enjoy!

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My Review

Counsellor - ★★★☆☆
Magnate - ★★★★☆

4.5 "KILL. THEM. KILL. THEM." stars!!

This book was the culmination of the story of Sinclair and his Stella. It had EVERYTHING I was hoping for from this series. Love, sex, angst, family, revelations, torture/abuse, and ultimately vengeance.

Stella was kickass in this one. I'm pleased that the author wrote this story in such a way that my opinion of the FMC has done a 180. She was strong, fierce, determined and motivated. And I loved her huge heart and how willing she was to sacrifice herself and also to forgive Sin for all that he's done and still love him in spite of it all.

"Every thought of anger and hatred burned away as he consumed me as surely as fire does black powder."

Sin was just as amazing as ever. In this volume, his humanity was showing. His possessiveness and love for Stella were at the forefront of his POV. I got to witness what he was willing to do and sacrifice for her and his family. His character has evolved in so many ways since he was first introduced. Though still cold and calculating, I got to see his warmth, his caring, his compassion, his passion, and it made him all the more endearing to me.

I loved the story. I adored the characters. And I wish there was more!

XO

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