Ripper’s Torment by Sam Crescent

Ripper’s Torment by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre : Contemporary
Length: Short Story (119 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

A late night phone call was never supposed to cause so much torment.

Ripper will do anything for Chaos Bleeds, including cleaning up the Princess’s mess. When Judi calls him without thinking he answers and soon he has a dead body to hide, and a car to destroy. He will do everything in his power to protect the young woman. What he didn’t expect was the lust that hits him from being around her.

Judi never expected to sexually want a man after being used by a pimp. Devil and his crew saved her from hell but Ripper is throwing her head first into heave. Ripper’s touch makes her crave everything she’d given up on.

However, Devil adopted Judi as his daughter. No one touches or hurts the Princess of the club. What will he do when one of his most trusted men has claimed her for his own?

I loved it! Sam Crescent did a great job on this story. It had a good plot that pulled me in fast and made it interesting enough that I couldn’t put it down until the end.

This was Ripper and Judi’s story. Most of the main plot centered around their relationship while at the same time coinciding with another book from The Skulls Series. It was really exciting and easily kept me on edge with everything that was happening. Ripper and Judi kept their relationship a secret while carrying on one red hot love affair. So naturally it all blew sky high when the cat got out of the bag.

Oh My God! They had great chemistry, Sam Crescent really knows her stuff, and their sex scenes burned up the pages. I would say that this one was more character driven with the action being mostly peripheral in Zero, the coinciding book that has the Skulls in trouble yet again. Being character driven as this one was meant getting a close inside look at Ripper and Judi. That was just fine with me. We found some of what happened to Judi and how she came into the abusive situation that Devil had saved her from in the first Chaos Bleeds book. We see the aftermath of that abuse and how much she cares about her new family. Of course, I loved getting to see more of Devil. I loved Ripper. Such an alpha male, but sweet and tender with Judi.

As for the writing it was good. The plot flowed well. It was a fast read and I enjoyed everything about this one. So all in all, it was a great read for me. Loved it and can’t wait for more.

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