Monday, 24 October 2016

Review: Kill Me by L.P. Lovell

*****5 Stars*****

Oh wow! I absolutely loved this book! 
It's dark and gritty, with a female lead that's strong and independent but cold and calculating. She's at the top of her game and seemingly untouchable, in every way.

Una meets her match quite unexpectedly and is perplexed and not at all pleased. Nero incites her anger but more worryingly, she feels fear.
Nero has a reputation he's proud of - he's not to be disobeyed. When he finds himself confronted with the elusive Una, he devises a plan and intends to use her.
This book is fast paced and action packed. I loved every second of it. There are so many little threads to this story and it is beautifully pulled together. 
The sub-characters are intriguing and though little information is given, there's definitely enough to have me wondering what their stories could be.

So much is left hanging in the balance that I'm now itching to get my hands on the next book. It's bound to be just as brilliant.

Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer


To many, I am little more than a myth. The Kiss of Death, a hired killer, revered by some of the greatest criminal organisations in the world. Trained by the bratva themselves, without conscience, without mercy, the perfect soldier. I’ll kill anyone… for a price. Death doesn’t discriminate, she sells to the highest bidder, but even I have a weakness.


I want one thing—power. But power is merely a game of strategy. The pieces are on the chess board. Death is my queen, and also my pawn. She’ll paint this city red in exchange for the one thing she wants. Now all I have to do is watch it all play out. She’s nothing more than a weapon, and yet, I find myself wanting to dance with death, to possess her. And I always get what I want.

A game of power. A risk that could cost her everything. An obsession that would see the world burn at their feet. A bloodied king. A broken queen. Kill me or kiss me?

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