Boss by Sam Crescent, Stacey Espino

Boss by Sam Crescent, Stacey Espino
Killer of Kings, Book 7
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Even the killer of kings can’t hide from love forever…

Boss’s underground empire has a ruthless reputation for getting the job done. He’s at the top of his game, has more money than he could ever spend, and is feared by his enemies. Then why does his life feel so empty? He decides he needs more challenges, so he puts his energy into new contracts while investigating why innocent people around his city are dropping dead by the dozens.

Graciella made a huge mistake and needs to remedy the problem. To finance her mission, she’s forced into a lifelong debt to a madman. Still, she’s more worried about Boss finding out what she’s done. He’s known for doling out swift, brutal justice, and she’s already on his shit list.

They’re forced to team up to find the men behind an evil plot, or one of the Killer of King’s men may not come out alive. Graciella wants to clean up her mess and disappear—but Boss won’t let her slip away so easily. He demands more from her than she’s capable of giving. Not all girls deserve the happily ever after.

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One of the difficult things that were there for me was the main character was called Boss. It was not easy reading a book where they call themselves Boss. There was not a lot of information given about his history. No details. But that topic was touched in the book, so it was not ignored by the author.

This is obviously a series. Many characters and couples appeared again and again as secondary characters that were like main characters in other books in the series. It does feel a bit like maybe I should have read the other books. It would give me a better back-story on all the characters since they appear and re-appear in the series.

Graciella has not had a good childhood. She has trust issues, likes to work alone. She is an assassin as good as the ones from Killer of Kings, or maybe better… She can take care of herself. I loved that about her. She is not a damsel in distress who wants a prince charming to come to her rescue.

Boss! No one really knows much about him. He is meticulous. Deadly. He has his fingers in everything in this town. He Owns Killer of Kings. The book gives me bits and pieces of him the further I read. I get to see him interact with his assassin’s and then with Graciella. Boss wants to protect her. There are so many facets to him that are shown in this book that you fall in love with both of them by the end.

Both of them together is quite something.

Trigger warning: there are topics of rape, torture and Graciella can wield a knife very well.

I do recommend this book to readers who want to read a dark romance and a heroine that can kick ass.

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