Saturday, March 25, 2017

Review: Kiss Me (The Kiss of Death Series 2) by L.P. Lovell





Publication Date: March 20th, 2017
Series: 2
Rating: 5 stars




Official Blurb:
Una
I’m running.
I have more enemies than even I can fight, and a five-million-dollar price tag on my head, all because I helped Nero. The hunter has become the hunted, and now I have a life to protect—an innocent baby. And that suddenly feels like the most important mission I’ve ever had. I’ve never been so invested in surviving, so let them come. I’ll kill them all.

Nero
I had a plan and it was perfect.
She was my queen, my ultimate weapon. She played her part and helped bring me the power I sought above all else, but at what cost? Now she’s all I want, all I need. Una is mine. I will kill anyone who stands between us and burn the world to ash just to keep her.

A pending war. A test of survival. A partnership that would see their enemies tremble in their wake.
A ruthless king. A savage queen.
Kill me or kiss me?




Review:
I’ll admit, I enjoyed Kiss Me so much more than the first book of this series. Not that the first wasn’t good, but it’s just Kiss Me was so much more. It had everything I wanted to read about, plus more action, suspense, and of course, there’s blood and death. Everything Nero and Una was in book one is amplified in Kiss Me.
I honestly didn’t realize how much I missed these two characters until I started reading. Nero is just such a strong lead Hero, and with Una by his side, they’re unstoppable. It’s amazing how two strong willed characters with such a need for violence can thrive so well together, but L.P. Lovell wrote Kiss Me so well it just flows perfectly together.

I’ve often said I love reading books that make me think outside the box, and make me question the morals I’ve been taught. With Nero and Una, what seems wrong isn’t. What seems insane, well it’s totally not. Their lives are not easy by no means, but I couldn’t stop reading once I started. I’m utterly addicted to this series and I can only hope and cross my fingers there’s more to come.


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