Monday, 14 March 2016

Review: Killer by Heather C. Leigh

*****5 Stars*****
It's hard to know where to start this review and how to put into words how brilliant I thought this book was. So I'll start by saying that to some people the cover of a book is important. I'm not one to have put too much thought into this and I usually don't pay much attention to the cover. However, on this occasion, I just couldn't connect the cover to the synopsis of this book. As a result, I've got to be honest and admit that I did "judge the book by the cover".
How wrong I was!!!!
This is a tragic tale of two separate lives, converging in the most frightful way. A story of two souls, drifting aimlessly, not quit living but merely surviving and keeping their true selves hidden from all around them. Secrets abound and without the means or strength to come clean, all seems lost.
Killer is an all encompassing character. The description of his silvery, soulless eyes drawing you in until his dark, mean character just engulfs you. As if this isn't enough to get your mouth pooling with desire, his rough, hair-pulling, alpha dominance will ignite those delicious twinges in your gut.
Britt is a great character and you can't help but sympathise with her and all she's been through. She's strong and independent, even though she can't connect with her own past.
I honestly cannot recommend this book highly enough. I read it in just over a couple of hours....I just couldn't put it down. It drew me in and I found my breath hitching on more than one occasion.
Give it a go, you won't be disappointed!
Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer
UnthinKable. UnimagInable.  UndeniabLe.  UnforgivabLe.  SalvageablE.  Redeemable.

Ten years ago, their lives shattered to pieces...
And he's the KILLER that has to live with it.

Two people. One incident. Interwoven between two damaged souls in ways they don't understand. 


"The fact I feel anything should let me know I’m headed in the wrong direction, headed down a path of darkness, destruction, and failure. A path that will dig out memories so painful I’ve created an entire persona to avoid dealing with them. Yet I know—I’m going down that path headfirst no questions asked, no matter the outcome.
I might be a monster, but I’m a selfish one."—Keller Keating

"When his strength envelops me, every wrong becomes right, every anxiety melts away, every doubt disappears. I feel calm, safe, whole. The spark of life that’s been missing inside burns bright, lighting me up like a solar flare, sizzling white-hot through my veins. Keller brings me out of the darkness and into the light."—Britton Reeves

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