Killer by Sam Crescent

Killer by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (172 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play, Spanking
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Kelsey is married, and Killer needs to get away from her before he does something he might regret. Losing himself in a drunken night is not the answer, especially when he can’t stop loving her just because she’s off-limits. He confronts Kels to get all the details.

Her world is crashing around her. Everywhere she turns, she feels trapped. Panicking, Kelsey takes matters into her own hands. She would have succeeded, but Killer saves her, acting quickly.

Never before in all of his life has Killer been scared, and he’s even taken lives with his very hands. But seeing Kelsey’s on the brink of death, he knows he has to do something to protect her from the man who calls himself her husband.

It’s a race against time for Killer to protect his woman, as her husband is not all he seems to be. He’s got enemies who are looking for any way to hurt him. Will The Skulls be there for Killer, or will he face his enemies alone in order to protect the woman he loves?

This was another great book in The Skulls series. As a fanatical reader of the series, I think this one was the most emotional story and my favorite one yet.

This book picks up right where the last one left off, with Killer finding out that Kelsey is married. That was a huge set back for him. He doesn’t take it very well, and makes a couple of big mistakes. Yes, I will just say it. He was an jerk. Now, I haven’t been a big fan of Kelsey so far. She never stood out as a vital character like the other ladies in this series. Then as this story went on I found out more about her and I could see why she had such a low opinion of herself. It’s a bad situation with everybody coming down hard on Kelsey. Things go sideways really quickly.

I felt that this was the most intense story in the series. Killer and Kelsey had so much to overcome.The complication of a husband who doesn’t want to let go played a big part, but so did past insecurities for the both of them. Then there was the really great part where Killer puts everything on the line for the woman he loves. Lastly, there was the bonds of brotherhood that were put to the test.

This one was well written and easy to read. It captivated me from the start. To me, it was about learning to forgive and fighting for what you want. It was passionate with plenty of intense scenes. What’s not to love ? A great story, sexy bikers, and scorching hot love scenes. What can I say ? It worked for me.

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