🦋ARC BOOK REVIEW🦋
Release Date-24th April 2018
He was a drug I couldn’t kick. I’d overdosed on him before. It didn’t turn out well.
I was stupid enough to let him crack my heart, in hopes we would fall off the same cliff together.
No matter how much my idiotic heart wanted to love him, my head knew better.
He didn’t choose me.
He chose her.
That’s where the problem started.
Maybe that’s how it should end.
ARC REVIEW BOOK
Well got, to be honest, I was dreading this book.
“Distorted Love” Broke me and as much as I wanted to finally conclude the angsty journey I originally started in that Previous volume, I was also shitting bricks that “Sinister Love” was going to finish the job that was started then.
Never have I enjoyed a book so much but totally detested The Male hero (And he was definitely no hero)
And After the antics in the previous volume, I started this with an initial sense of dread and a well lets get this over with attitude, I just needed some closure.
This was, thank god, not as angsty as the first book.
And though Ryken eventually came to his senses and decided where his loyalties lay
I hold a grudge, and I just couldn’t make myself forgive him for what he had previously done.
I found myself, still wanting to stick him with sharp objects in retaliation for his previous selfish and self-serving actions.
I still enjoyed this very much but got to say nothing can, for me, justify a man who plays two women off against each other.
Especially when it’s For his own weirdly obscure reasonings, that makes absolutely no sense to anyone but him.
Just be a man and choose, stop selfishly playing with the lives of others.
it says a lot about me that the collecting of girls and murder was something I can overlook but the emotional and physical betrayal, I’m struggling with here.
So glad this is over I so needed the closure and this was such a bittersweet read.
I was also suitably shocked when the identity of the traitor finally emerges and the reasons why.
Didn’t see that one coming.
So this was a good read that manages to nicely cross the T’s and dot the I’s.
It did a great job of collecting and tying up all the loose ends into a nice tidy package.
I am happy to recommend this duo as a fab read, but be aware it’s an angst-filled ride.
So Thank You to the Author for providing me with an ARC of “Sinister Love” (Dark Intentions #2) of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.