Review: Inked Souls by T.T. Kove (Scarred Souls #2)

Note: This ARC was provided by Less Than Three Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Kian takes one look at Silver and he can't believe someone as gorgeous as the tatted up tattoo artist is showing an equal amount of interest and when he learns Silver noticed him even before they saw each other in the tattoo shop, Kian is floored. There's an instant connection between the two, but they soon have to face an unexpected hurdle that may put an end to their relationship even before it fully flourishes.

Inked Souls is the second book in the Scarred Souls series from author T.T. Kove. It is more novella in length and most of the story takes place at the same time as the events in the first book. Aside from following Kian and Silver's relationship, those who enjoyed book one get the see certain situations that were happening with and between Josh Slater and Damien Fielding from Kian's and Silver's perspectives.

This is a far lighter read compared to the previous novels by the author that I've read, though both Kian and Silver have experienced their own kind of pain, Kian's courtesy of his estranged mother and Silver's from a tragedy that happened when he was just seventeen. They find a sense of peace and acceptance when they're together, and their relationship is one that transitions from attraction and lust to love and trust.

The book includes a bonus epilogue of sorts for the first book, Scarred Souls, one that reiterates that both Josh and Damien will always have issues but there continues to be a feeling of hope that they'll get through them together. I liked the Josh and Damien bonus and Kian and Silver's story was definitely different T.T. Kove yet still an overall good read. Inked Souls (plus that Scarred Souls bonus) gets four out five stars. ♥

Release Date: 02 September 2015

Date Read: 02 September 2015

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