The highly anticipated conclusion to Nicco & Ari's duet in L A Cotton's angsty college mafia romance series, Verona Legacy.
Arianne Capizola is living a lie.
Angry. Abandoned. Afraid.
She'd rather spend her days locked away on her father's estate than with the guy who stole her innocence: her fiancé.
Niccolò Marchetti is living a nightmare.
Broken. Banished. Betrayed.
He'd do anything to save the girl he loves, even if it means paying the ultimate price.
As the truth surrounding their legacies begins to unravel, everything they thought they knew shatters. But Nicco will do anything to protect the girl who taught him how to love, and she will risk it all to save the guy who stole her heart.
Time is ticking as old and new enemies close in.
Only this time, their love might not be enough to save them.
*King of Souls is the second book in Nicco and Ari's duet. Due to mature content that some readers may find distressing, this book is recommended for readers 18+
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Love this duet!!!!
L.A. Cotton has given us a riveting, mind-blowing, heart-racing conclusion to the wonderful Nicco and Ari duet in the Verona Legacy series. Filled with secrets, betrayal, drama and passion, King of Souls is an absolute must read. I am so in love with this world. I know I will need to immerse myself in it again and again.
If I thought I couldn't love these characters more, I was wrong. Nicco Marchetti and Arianne Capizola are so meant to be. It makes my heart soar. Nicco with his devotion to Ari and his dedication to his family, is such a dream. His willingness to fight for Ari no matter what is what you want in a hero. Even from afar you felt his love.
Arianne showed so much more strength in this second book compared to the first. Gone was the naive, sheltered girl. I really really liked seeing her take matters into her own hands and stand up for herself and her loved ones.
There was a part of me that wished Nicco and Ari reunited a bit sooner.
I understand why they needed to be separated and it definitely added to the angst and built up the suspense. However, it felt like we were at a stand still for a majority of the book just waiting for someone to make a move. I would have like more action throughout.
That being said. I enjoyed this duet immensely. It spoke to my mafia needs and my Romeo and Juliet loving soul. We got a glimpse of what's to come in the Verona Legacy world. Let me tell you, I am DYING to get my hands on Nora and Enzo's story. I can't wait!!