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The Society Trilogy

By: A. Zavarelli,Natasha Knight
Narrated by: Wen Ross,Kai Kennicott
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Publisher's Summary

This box set contains Requiem of the Soul, Reparation of Sin, and Resurrection of the Heart and tells the complete story of Santiago De La Rosa and Ivy Moreno!

I was born with noble blood in my veins. Heir to a powerful dynasty. Wealth. Power. Aristocracy. Temptations too dangerous to resist. Until someone tried to steal it all. Scarred and broken, I emerged from the flames.

Now I’ve returned to take what’s mine. Revenge.

The first item on my agenda? Make Ivy Moreno my wife.

Second? Bend her until she breaks.

©2021 Natasha Knight and A. Zavarelli (P)2022 Natasha Knight and A. Zavarelli

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Good storyline and lots of bang for your buck

I thought this was a well written book with strong characters who acted normally given their situations. I highly recommend.

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It was ok

Requiem of the Soul -
Natasha Knight is not new to me but A. Zavarelli is. I thought this was more of a mafia type book but this is about a secret society of "upper class" men with their society rules etc.. Also a big revenge plot but only Santiogo falls in love with Ivy, the problem is that it is her family he has vowed his revenge on. This book may be triggering to some people that read it due to the nature of the story.

Reparation of Sin -
The book is pretty good, a few twists to this dark society, rules that each member must go by. It could be more believable but the way it plays out just isn't realistic. I would have liked for Ivy's character to have been made as a stronger female, but she comes across very weak, needy and naive the further you get into this story. Still an interesting story but needs stronger characters, even Santiago isn't as believable as he could be.

Resurrection of the Heart
It was the better of the 3 books. But I stand by my previous reviews in that it would have been better had they made Ivy just a little bit more. In this book she started to stand up for herself a little bit more. It isn't a bad series but I did go into this thinking more mafia rather than a society full of intitled men and the women who serve them

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Very Dark-Pain, Pleasure kind of book

This is a very dark story. I enjoyed listening to all the romantic suspense. There are a lot of layers to this book. Santiago who is the antagonist in this book learns to love. His stone cold heart begins to shatter a bit by bit. Ivy is his mate. He marries her and he hates her because he blames her for his families demise. He torches her and sexes her up many times in this book. First the sex is harsh and dark, but then it becomes soft and loveable. Able the antagonist is Ive's stepbrother and he is the one who is jealous of Santiago. He comes up with elaborate ways to kill Santiago. Ivy gets wrapped up in her brother's skims and almost died. By the end of the story, they get their happily ending. This was a great dark romantic story. Please give it a try.

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Is he a robot?

I am the type of person that once I start a book I have to see it through. That is the only reason I listened to the three book set. It was actually a good storyline, and I probably would have enjoyed it more had I read it instead …possibly. It was just so hard to get over the fact that Santiago spoke like a barely programmed robot. It really threw me off on the whole story. If he read it as written, I highly recommend they go back and change the phrasing to use contractions and other grammatical structures. I wondered throughout if this was originally written in a different language and was translated poorly.

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It only gets better

#1 - Mmmm arranged marriage and 12 year age gap 😘 Okay, there's a lot to learn about this dynamic that won't be revealed till all three books have been read/listened to I imagine? So far, I'm intrigued. Some hot scenes.
#2 - I'm left with more questions than answers, now about Ivy's sketchy brother, Santiago's past with Ivy's father, and Judge's pull on Mercedes 🤔🤨 So far, this is an incredibly slow burn between Ivy and Santiago with a lot of legit hate and lust.
#3 - Everything comes to a scary head in this and character development goes into overdrive, but it's all believable. You can't experience something like that without it changing you. This was a great listen ❤️

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not a fan of melancholic narration. it offers no depth or other emotion. very dull. diminishes the story

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Each book rated with 4 stars!

Requiem of the Soul (book 1) A great start to the series! I love the tropes (arranged marriage, mafia-esq, enemies to lovers) that we have going on, and even though we aren't quite sure what the hate stems from, it's also pretty obvious. As were the events leading up to the cliffhanger. But even with that predictability, I was still entertained and not at all bothered by it. Can't wait to see how things play out.

Reparation of Sin (book 2) Oh man, things are starting to come together! As much as he it still being a douche to Ivy, I love that Santi is starting to put things together. I have to admit that there were times during this book, that I wasn't entirely sure that I knew what was going on, which is just a testament to the great writing, because I had been certain I had it all figured out. We are left with another cliffy, and I'm anxious to find out how things end.

Resurrection of the Heart (book 3) A solid conclusion! I did get a little bored during the last bit of the book, but that is mostly because I'm not a fan of that kind of plotline, but at least it was done in a way that was different than I usually see it done. I like how things ended up, and am surprised that I find myself interested in Judge and Mercedes, because I HATED her throughout this series.

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  • JD
  • 08-17-22

Loved!

Not one for long or detailed reviews, so I’ll keep it short. Loved the storyline, BUY found Ivy to be one of the stupidest FMC. OMG how many times can one person make, say, or not say stupid mistakes, etc. So frustrating! Anyway loved MMC. Narrators are great, but make should do all make performances, same with female.

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Definitely worth the credit!!!


This book was beautifully written the characters are well developed the story has lots of action love suspense and everything else you look for in a good book. The narrators were also great although the Female narrator was better the guy took some getting used to at times because he always seemed to be mad But overall very very very good book I’d definitely recommend.

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A great book

Loved listening to this book it was amazing and loved how it unfolded. At times Ivy made you want to slap her for being so dumb. But love tell everything worked out

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  • Pam
  • 08-31-22

Mind Blown but not for the delicate of mind type

Where do I start. This trilogy has had me angry confused overwhelmed and sated. Santiago and Ivy. Book 1 was hard going as I loathed him and felt sorry for her but the cliffhanger !. Book 2 liked him better but started to get angry with her. His feelings start to change but she in my mind gets petty by listening to and believing Mercedes (Santiagos sister). This changes the dynamics again and I starred to dislike him and feel sorry for her. Book 3 OMG bought me to tears. This book bought us the true depth of feelings from Santiago and Ivy.
I have loved this trilogy and will be moving onto the next books following Mercedes and Judge.
Well done ladies and thank you for such imaginative and compelling writing.

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  • Rebeca B.
  • 07-17-22

So dark

This story is not for the faint hearted. It’s so dark I had trouble with large sections of it. The unjustifiable violence and psychological pain inflicted by the siblings on Ivy is just awful. What’s is more disturbing is her strength and ultimately forgiveness. Ivy was unrealistic in her ultimate reaction to all that has happened- after the anguish she survived through. Santiago was disgusting and even though his transformation helped him see his mistakes he still did not deserved her in the end.

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