Zero by Sam Crescent

Zero by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (176 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Zero’s foolish mistake could get them all killed.

Ten years ago, Zero tortured a man for killing his friend. Then Zero set the building on fire, to kill the man and torch the evidence. When he left the burning building, he thought the man was dead—but he wasn’t. Now, Zero’s enemy is back, and the game of cat and mouse is about to start.

Prue has loved Zero for a long time. He was her brother’s best friend, and he’s protected her through thick and thin. After she got shot by his enemy, he’s there to save her life. The ghost of his enemy lurks everywhere, hitting out when they least expect it.

No one can stop him, and no one can save them.

One by one, Zero’s friends fall, and he’s helpless to stop it. His enemy has all the control, and there’s nothing he can do. The only one he can trust is Prue. She’s been with him through everything, and now it’s time for them to take the man responsible for tearing their lives apart and put him in the ground.

How much can Zero sacrifice before it’s too late?

Sam Crescent outdid herself on this one! I’ve read every book in the Skulls series, and I’m fairly sure that I’ve said that a time or two before. But this one truly is the best one yet. I absolutely loved it!

Zero finally gets his own woman in this book, just when a long buried mistake comes back to threaten the people close to him. I loved Prue! I couldn’t believe how much sass that girl had. She didn’t take crap from anybody. It was great to see her go at it with Tate and come out the winner. She fit right in with the club because she had strength, character and grit. She had love for Zero and that was what he needed. He had to let go of his feelings for Sophia first though. I was glad when he finally saw the light and owned up to his mistakes. It caused some conflict for most of the book.

This book had a great plot with some good suspense. It had action, violence and blood, as nobody in the club was left untouched by a madman’s revenge. Of course, there were some scorching love scenes for Zero and Prue. This is a Sam Crescent book. It’s hard to find hotter sex scenes. If you’ve read her books then you know this is true. This one had a lot of conflict between the club members. Crescent has made her characters stronger in this book, with a few of them standing out and shining brighter this time around. This one was so easy to read. It had a story that flowed easily and much improved grammar. It also left off by putting something in play indicating that we haven’t seen the last of the Skulls MC. Cheers to that!!!

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