Stolen Melody by Winter Sloane

Stolen Melody by Winter Sloane
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Beast: Melody called out to me in the dark and I answered. A whimper, a single glance and I knew she was mine. I found her, starved, chained and abandoned by the Russian Bratva. I saved her, mended her broken wings but I won’t let her take flight. Melody’s become my prey and I’ve decided to keep her.

Melody: I live in a world of silence. Most people can’t be bothered to learn my language. I used to be invisible to the rest of the world, until a greedy Bratva Pakhan decided he wanted me. He erased the woman I used to be but Beast is there to pick up the broken pieces. I’m not naive. Beast doesn’t hide what he is. Broken toys attract him. Violent pleasures rule him.
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It’s too late to run. I can’t control the way my body reacts around him or take back the heart he’s already stolen.

Beast is a man on a mission and that mission is whatever his current contract is. This one involves killing some unwanted people, all neat and tidy, leaving nothing behind. The only trouble with that is he finds Melody in a near-death state and feels an unusual urge to help her. He takes her ‘home’ and helps her heal. He wants her but knows she is too good for him. The question is, will he let her go?

This is a novella so it’s a quick read but one I thoroughly enjoyed. Melody has been through a living hell but has come out the other side, damaged and bruised but not broken. Beast can communicate with her through sign language which helps them both. Melody knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go for it, even if Beast tells her otherwise.

I loved how no unnecessary shenanigans were going on. There was a chance for a communication breakdown but instead of flying off the handle, Melody waited until she could ask Beast about it. The situations are right for this story and other characters are only mentioned in passing. The main focus is on Melody and Beast which is entirely how it should be.

This was a great read slightly on the dark side but with a HEA for our couple. Absolutely recommended by me.

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