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    Saturday, 27 August 2016

    Review: Killing Sarai

    Killing Sarai Killing Sarai by J.A. Redmerski
    My rating: 4 of 5 stars

    Seriously??? Where was I hiding when all of these great series started?


    This book was dark, tragic, action-packed, intense, passionate, and kept me on my toes! I love when a story is unpredictable and Redmerski delivered!!

    I really liked the characters. I'm a sucker for an anti-hero. Throw in an anti-heroine... I'm a goner! Sarai endured quite a lot during her captivity and I cannot wait to see what she makes of herself. As for Victor, I'm not even sure what it is about a cold and detached MMC, but I adored him from the start. Every chink in his armor, every hole in his walls made me like him more and more. I lived for his little smiles and smirks. Or the way his eyes would convey his emotions.

    The story is about a former captive (Sarai), an assassin (Victor), the sex trade, and lots and lots of killing. I'm excited for the next book!


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