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castlevadim:

He’s here! Happy book birthday #TortureToHerSoul and Congratulations @JMDarhower
Sequel to Monster in his Eyes, this story completes the journey of Iganzio Vitale and the woman he meant to kill, but fell in love with- Karissa Reed. 
My review:
Ignazio Vitale is not a good man. But he’s not a bad man either. He’s a man. A man with a heart that has been shattered for over twenty years. A heart that stopped beating the second his young wife took her last breath. He’s been holding his own breath since then, seeking revenge on those who robbed him of his life. A life he has decided to share with the very person he intended to kill. In Monster in his Eyes we met a seductive, mysterious, and dangerous man who told young Karissa Reed to call him Naz. This story picks up after the life-altering events at the end of the first book. As we dive into Naz’s point of view we find nothing is black and white. Good always has a touch of bad, and bad deeds can lead to happy endings. I can’t say too much without spoiling this plot, but I can say that J.M. Darhower has outdone herself again with this completion of Naz and Karissa’s story. Naz’s voice is truly one that will resonate with you long after you are finished. He’s hard and smooth, violent and gentle, and of course he’s unapologetic in everything he does. He owns the blood on his hands with a confidence that shouldn’t be as alluring as it is, but there’s more to him than death that surrounds him. There’s something buried deep inside him, locked up long ago that only the woman he once wanted to kill can unleash. This story is about choices and what our decisions mean to our lives, as well as the lives of those we love. It’s a thrill ride of emotions and mysteries that will have you feeling every last strained breath taken by these characters. Definitely a sequel that delivers and an ending that will tease you like Naz wrapping his hands around your throat until you beg to inhale. 
Available on Amazon in both ebook and paperback formats: http://www.amazon.com/Torture-Soul-Monster-Eyes-Book-ebook/dp/B00NP4U422/ref=pd_sim_sbs_kstore_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=1VV7MNEG2RDWJTF51T0B
If you haven’t read the first book you’re in luck! Monster is on sale on Amazon right now: http://www.amazon.com/Monster-His-Eyes-J-M-Darhower-ebook/dp/B00JZCLV4S/ref=pd_sim_kstore_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0SH7846Q2WFZ8YXRTYH0

Also available on Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/torture-to-her-soul-jm-darhower/1120418992?ean=2940150601505

castlevadim:

castlevadim:

He’s here! Happy book birthday #TortureToHerSoul and Congratulations @JMDarhower

Sequel to Monster in his Eyes, this story completes the journey of Iganzio Vitale and the woman he meant to kill, but fell in love with- Karissa Reed. 

My review:

Ignazio Vitale is not a good man. 

But he’s not a bad man either. 

He’s a man. A man with a heart that has been shattered for over twenty years. A heart that stopped beating the second his young wife took her last breath. He’s been holding his own breath since then, seeking revenge on those who robbed him of his life. A life he has decided to share with the very person he intended to kill. 

In Monster in his Eyes we met a seductive, mysterious, and dangerous man who told young Karissa Reed to call him Naz. This story picks up after the life-altering events at the end of the first book. As we dive into Naz’s point of view we find nothing is black and white. Good always has a touch of bad, and bad deeds can lead to happy endings. 

I can’t say too much without spoiling this plot, but I can say that J.M. Darhower has outdone herself again with this completion of Naz and Karissa’s story. Naz’s voice is truly one that will resonate with you long after you are finished. He’s hard and smooth, violent and gentle, and of course he’s unapologetic in everything he does. He owns the blood on his hands with a confidence that shouldn’t be as alluring as it is, but there’s more to him than death that surrounds him. There’s something buried deep inside him, locked up long ago that only the woman he once wanted to kill can unleash. This story is about choices and what our decisions mean to our lives, as well as the lives of those we love. It’s a thrill ride of emotions and mysteries that will have you feeling every last strained breath taken by these characters. 

Definitely a sequel that delivers and an ending that will tease you like Naz wrapping his hands around your throat until you beg to inhale. 

Available on Amazon in both ebook and paperback formats: http://www.amazon.com/Torture-Soul-Monster-Eyes-Book-ebook/dp/B00NP4U422/ref=pd_sim_sbs_kstore_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=1VV7MNEG2RDWJTF51T0B

If you haven’t read the first book you’re in luck! Monster is on sale on Amazon right now: http://www.amazon.com/Monster-His-Eyes-J-M-Darhower-ebook/dp/B00JZCLV4S/ref=pd_sim_kstore_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0SH7846Q2WFZ8YXRTYH0

Also available on Barnes and Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/torture-to-her-soul-jm-darhower/1120418992?ean=2940150601505

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This is a wildlife bridge in the Netherlands. Wildlife bridges are designed to help animals cross busy highways in safety. They don’t just protect wildlife from being hit by cars - they also connect fragmented habitats and help populations intermingle and breed. The Netherlands is leading the way in designing these bridges. The country is home to more than 600 similar crossings.

as-cosy-as-can-be:

This is a wildlife bridge in the Netherlands. Wildlife bridges are designed to help animals cross busy highways in safety. They don’t just protect wildlife from being hit by cars - they also connect fragmented habitats and help populations intermingle and breed. 

The Netherlands is leading the way in designing these bridges. The country is home to more than 600 similar crossings.

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Don’t watch this if you’re soaked in gasoline because it will warm your heart and you will burn to death and die.

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Friendly reminder classic moments like these with the kids are entirely unscripted.

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