Author :Alexis Noelle
Series:Deathstalkers MC #2
Release date: April 18th 2016
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb :
I was never meant to have a happily ever after.
It was a fate I accepted a long time ago.
Before he came for me, taking away who I am, I needed to escape.
Just for one night.
One man turned my entire world upside down.
I should have walked away, but something about him wouldn’t let me.
Now I’m lying to him.
He’s going to find out the truth, or my life will catch up to me.
Either way, I lose him.
It’s a thought I can’t bear.
People have always told me love is amazing and powerful.
They’re wrong.
It makes you weak…exposing your vulnerabilities…making you easy prey.
Love is heinous.
Review :

Well if you “know” me than you know that I do not read MC books. Why ? I simply don’t because their blurbs usually do not appeal to me.

Having said that – the next thing to say is that I just read “Heinous” (Deathstalkers MC #2) by Alexis Noelle.
Wait … What?
Yeah you read correctly I just read one of the books that I do not read.
And this is where it becomes interesting. Something about that blurb really spoke to me and I thought I would take the chance. This was the second book of that series but I had no problems to read it as a standalone.
What can I say… I was not disappointed.
I would not go as far as to say I am now a reformed MC reader – no far from it.
But the writing style of this particular author is compelling and well developed that it drew me into a surrounding that I feel normally not comfortable with.
The characters were painfully well developed and the story was painfully too.
So if you are looking for bunnies and roses I am afraid you came to the wrong place.
Heinous is when love gets in the way of an ugly reality
Heinous is when lovers see no light at the end
Heinous is when fairytales die
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