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    "Heart of Stone" - Book 5 in the Bad Things series

    I finished reading this book June 04, 2017. This is my review. Loved it! Adam and Sabrina are two characters that were introduced in the second book of the series "On The Prowl". Sabrina is a muse and was being held prisoner and Adam is a gargoyle and was an unwilling guard where Sabrina was being held. In this book, Sabrina is running for her life. Her ex is obsessed with her and wants her back. But Sabrina is a muse and unfortunately her powers inspired the evil within her ex-boyfriend and now he's become a murderer. She needs protection and the only one she can ask for help is Luke, the Lord of the Dark, himself. A deal is made, but she didn't expect the protector that Luke sends. Adam is on a mission. It's his job to protect the muse Sabrina. There's no way she can manipulate him because he's a gargoyle. Made of stone, through and through. Should he tell her he was there during her time held captive by a madman? Does it really matter? She's the most gorgeous woman he's ever met and she needs his help. Her ex is tracking her somehow and Adam is determined to keep Sabrina safe. I loved this story. I must say, first off, the chemistry between Sabrina and Adam is off the charts HOT HOT HOT!!! WOW! The most steamy of all the couples so far in my opinion. The story line in this book is really good. The ex-boyfriend is a great villain and really does exude evilness. Lots of action in this book. Great twists to the plot. Very emotional as well. The ending of this book was brilliant. My favourite of the series. The plot is so twisted at the end, I found myself shaking my head thinking "WHAT?!? That is messed up! And I love it!" So well done. The story flows really well and there's never a dull moment. I am absolutely loving this series and I can't wait to read the next book in the series.
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    Can I just start by saying how much I love this series? It's the perfect blend of paranormal romance with a little suspense thrown in as the author teases her readers with a story arc involving two very special brothers. Yet each book brings to light a convincing romance that just leaves me salivating for more. There's always a twist at the end and I think readers are just loving the match making skills of a certain character who is clearly by no means all bad. There's a juxtaposition here as we are left scratching our heads trying to work out the good from the bad and personally I'm going to be a little sad when it all comes to ahead . Essentially we are catching up with two characters who we have briefly met before yet uncannily they hadn't met each other and no spoilers but it's a doozy of a secret. Sabrina is a Muse no that's not quite right because she just happens to be the last Muse on Earth. You would imagine that's a good thing but not really because her innate ability can inspire humans to greatness or can enable them to embrace power and madness. She needs help and it comes in the shape of the cursed hunk of rock that is gargoyle Adam! Adam will protect Sabrina from a murderer but can he protect her from learning his own secrets? From the outset the passion that burns between this couple is palpable but there's no awful insta love although they do ahem 'connect' pretty quickly. They truly have a very tricky problem or two to solve with Leo and Luke aiding although at times it does seem more like hindering! That's the beauty of this series as the author keeps us guessing. I adore bad boy Luke as he is such a schemer but I am left anxiously waiting to see just what becomes of his twin Leo

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