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  • 4.5-Oh-my-goodness-stars!

    Usually when I finish a book I have an idea about how I felt about it. I'm either happy, dazed, wiping away tears, or wondering why I picked the book up. I was mostly dazed when I finished read Ruin & Rule. I had and still have no idea how to rate this book so I guess I'll talk about what I do know. I do know that I was hooked to the story from the very first page. I know I read it all in one sitting and stayed up late to finish it. Pepper Winters can write. I've read 6/9 of her published books. She has this way of writing that seems like poetry. She uses words that create vivid mental images and ensnare your emotions until you're held hostage to the story being told. This book has all the prose her previous books have had. It also packed the emotional punches that I am used to experiencing. It's not unusual for me to feel and experience the rage, lust, or even peace the characters are feeling. The twists are huge and often unexpected. I was shocked by a number of them. I think because I had an idea of what was going to be the cliffhanger I wasn't as taken aback as I should have been. I know some people like to know if there is a cliffhanger. I don't because it ruins the authenticity of my response to the story. It boils down to this. I really enjoyed reading this book. It was hot, intense, and full of suspense. It was gory, gruesome, real, harsh, but still beautiful. I really liked the mystery aspect. In fact, I'd describe this book as a mystery within a mystery. I'm curious to know what it is Kill is hiding from Cleo, although that isn't the smaller or even larger mystery in question. I also have a feeling that not every one's intentions are pure, especially towards Cleo and Kill. A lot was revealed in this book about Kill and Cleo's pasts, clearing somethings, but I'm looking forward to seeing what is really going on in Sin & Suffer, the conclusion to Kill and Cleo's story.

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  • What a Ride!

    I was given an advanced copy of this book to write an honest review for Netgalley and Cocktails and Books. I loved every minute of this story. There were so many twists and turns it was like riding a roller coaster; it had me hanging onto the edge of my seat and I was unable to put this book down. I was never sure what direction this story would take. I was trying to figure out who the bad guys were and wondering how it would all end. The story begins with a woman being kidnapped. She has lost her memory and the only thing that seems familiar to her is the man who takes off her blindfold. He is Arthur Killian, a.k.a. Kill and president of Pure Corruption, a motorcycle club. The story is told through the woman’s POV, so all the reader knows is what she can remember and she doesn’t recall much. She starts to remember things in bits and pieces throughout the story in flashbacks. This is a dark story and Arthur, the hero isn’t a nice guy, especially in the beginning. Of course, Arthur has many layers and as the story continues we start to understand that Arthur is a tormented guy. He has had a series of bad breaks in his life and they have hardened him into the man he is today. He doesn’t care what people think and he doesn’t live by any rules except his own. The only thing that keeps him going is vengeance. He will not let anything get his way for him to extract vengeance on the people who ruined his life. This is an emotional story with an embittered hero and a feisty heroine. The heroine is continually in Arthur’s face, asking him questions and giving him a hard time about everything. At times, I couldn’t believe the things she said and if it were me, I would have kept my mouth shut. The heroine is courageous and tough and goes after what she wants and she is constantly fighting Arthur, trying to find the truth and her lost memory. This book kept me spellbound; it’s an intense, well written story with characters that will tear at your heart. The only downside for me was to realize this book ends with a cliffhanger. I will be waiting impatiently for Sin and Suffer to find out what happens next.

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  • Loved this series

    This was a great series. I couldn’t put it down. I fell in love with the characters and and all they’ve endured.

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