Review: Sold Souls: The Divine Devils by R. Weir

☆☆➹⁀☆ 5 stars☆➹⁀☆☆

About the Book:

The brutal world of human trafficking.

Underage children bought, sold, and sexually abused by their deviant owners.
Victims traded, used up, and spit out as if their lives were meaningless.
A lethal adversary approaching The Divine Devils with a proposition.
Locate and free her sister from the tortured, abusive shackles of being trafficked…

She hires The Divine Devils to assist in tracking her down. Hunter and his team fighting for those who can’t fight for themselves. Infiltrating the heart of the intricate web this organization has created. Following a brutal, deadly road to free these Sold Souls before they all perish at the hands of their savage masters.
Hunter Divine and his team Willing to move heaven and hell to get results!



My Thoughts:

The latest Hunter Divine novel is an action-packed page turner. Author R. Weir easily hooked me early on with the story of human trafficking and child abuse. While some of the content could be referred to as triggers, this story is really about looking beyond past differences to team up and overcome that evil.

I enjoyed that former nemesis, Valerie, comes to Hunter and his team for help. The author gave both of these characters depth by showing their vulnerabilities and softer sides juxtapose to their gritty, street-wise behavior. R. Weir truly made his characters feel like people instead of stereotypes.

The dynamic plot is fast paced, and the story arc is both gripping and gritty. Sold Souls is another R. Weir tale that I highly recommend.

About the Author: Award-winning Author R Weir lives in the Mile-High City with his family, where the Rocky Mountain High isn’t always achieved with an herbal substance. When not glued to the computer, he relaxes by enjoying the outdoors and traveling in his motor-home. His writing delves into genres with gritty investigators exploring mystery, crime, suspense, and thrills, with involved plots and unexpected twists. Featuring former US Marshal Hunter Divine, a dire, determined man searching for salvation in his broken life. While private eye Jarvis Mann is tough and snarky, with as many faults as virtues. Characters exhibiting traces of his sense of humor, though he’s not nearly as tough and fearless. Though no evil stands a chance against his written word!

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