St. Gemma was one victim soul:
"I am happy in every way that Jesus wills, and if Jesus wants the sacrifice of my life, I give it to Him at once. If He wants anything else, I am ready. One thing alone is enough for me; to be his victim, in order to atone for my innumerable sins, and if possible, for those of the whole world."
Or Marie Rose Ferron, and American mystic/stigmatist:
“She had hardly said these words when she was rapt into ecstasy, and she began to talk [with Jesus] saying: ‘Oh, it is Your Blood that gushes out from my veins?....As for me, I am a mere nothing….nothing….Oh my Jesus!'
There's a book about her by her spiritual director that might be worth tracking down due to its closeness to its subject:
She Wears a Crown of Thorns: Marie Rose Ferron (1902-1936), known as "Little Rose" the stigmatized ecstatic of Woonsocket, R.I
S.T.L. Rev. O. A. Boyer
Servant of God, Sister Consolata Betrone, was also a 20th-c stigmatist, who had a book made from her writings put together by her spiritual director:
JESUS APPEALS TO THE WORLD: The Unceasing Act of Love Revealed to the Capuchin Nun, Sister Mary Consolata
M.C. Father Lorenzo Sales
For a general overview based on the writings of three modern victim souls and their personal revelations from Jesus about victim soul-ness and how he acts towards people in general:
Words of Love: Revelations of Our Lord to Three Victim Souls in the 20th Century
about Sr. Josefa Menendez, Sr. Mary of the Trinity, and Sr. Consolata Betrone and has very good reviews on Amazon. Since it's published by TAN, it's probably easier to get ahold of than some of the other small-pubbed ones above.