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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Sold Souls is the third novel in The Divine Devils series by R. Weir. Things were about to get messy, and Hunter knew it. Their archnemesis Valerie had a job for Hunter and Athena, and she was ready to pay them handsomely for it. Valerie wanted them to find her sister and bring her back. The only issue was that her sister had been sold to someone and was lost in the murky waters of the human/sex trafficking world. While reluctant to take the job at first, Athena was able to convince Hunter. They were already at a disadvantage because their key team members were injured, but Valerie was ready to step up anyway. However, the deeper they looked, the more depraved and dangerous things became. Going undercover was the only option to find the innocent girl, but making it out alive was the tough part of the job.
I loved Sold Souls. Author R. Weir had me hooked from the very beginning. The first chapter and the insight it brought about Valerie’s life were traumatic and inviting at the same time. The story picked up momentum from there and the action was introduced from the get-go. I thought Hunter would be all over the case, and Athena would need some convincing, but it was the other way around. The author held nothing back when showing the depravity of the sex trade/human trafficking world. The pace was perfect and provided plenty of opportunities for Athena, Valerie, and Hunter to figure out their next move before the author surprised readers with a new twist. The last chapter was astonishing. I was not expecting it, and neither was Hunter. I cannot wait to see what will happen in the next novel!