Shooting Scars - Karina Halle 4.0 stars
I think this is the book that I liked Ellie in the least. I've read several reviews where people have said that they don't like her much, and I really didn't experience that in the first two stories. I like a bad girl protagonist, especially one who struggles with it and has a conscience like Ellie does. But in this one, her very low self-esteem (although understandable) and the decisions she made because if it kind of drove me nuts. I guess it's no surprise that I am Team Camden, given my review of [b:On Every Street|17230557|On Every Street (The Artists Trilogy, #0.5)|Karina Halle||23745831], so I was really disappointed at how easily Ellie went back to being intimate with Javier. And, the obsession he has with her still creeps me out big time.

Overall, the book was very good. Lots of additional character development. I adore Gus; I picture him in my mind like Bobby from Supernatural - gruff on the outside but soft and squishy on the inside. I really loved his and Camden's journey and the build to a hesitant friendship between the two.

On to [b:Bold Tricks|17284874|Bold Tricks (The Artists Trilogy, #3)|Karina Halle||23903667], please.