I have more enemies than even I can fight, and a five-million-dollar price tag on my head, all because I helped Nero. The hunter has become the hunted, and now I have a life to protect—an innocent baby. And that suddenly feels like the most important mission I’ve ever had. I’ve never been so invested in surviving, so let them come. I’ll kill them all.
I had a plan and it was perfect.
She was my queen, my ultimate weapon. She played her part and helped bring me the power I sought above all else, but at what cost? Now she’s all I want, all I need. Una is mine. I will kill anyone who stands between us and burn the world to ash just to keep her.
A pending war. A test of survival. A partnership that would see their enemies tremble in their wake.
A ruthless king. A savage queen.
Kill me or kiss me?
When I did my review for Kill Me I mentioned that I was unsure if I thought Una and Nero had enough of a connection and chemistry to be able to have a strong second book. I shouldn’t have worried because holy hell Kiss Me was not lacking in any way. When we left off with Kill Me Una was pregnant with Nero’s baby and had a hit on her head and went on the run. Kiss Me picks up fairly close to where we were left.
I am not going to give a lot of details away because I could easily spoil it but honestly more than once I laughed out loud at something Nero or one of his men would say about Una and let’s just say her blood thirsty was. These two are the perfect King and Queen of death and I know I wouldn’t want to get on their bad side. Ever. There is that darkness we have come to know from the first book, there is death, there are some moments that are painful to read and others that you can’t help but route these two on and hand them more guns when needed.
I am curious if Ms. Lovell plans to do any books with the secondary characters because I am intrigued to their stories, especially if we get to see more Una and Nero. If you haven’t read Make Me or Kill Me then do so before starting Kiss Me because you will be lost if you don’t. This is a dark romance so keep that in mind as well. This is one I recommend and am so glad that I didn’t let my worries from Kill Me hold me back from Kiss Me, because if I had I would have missed out on a great book.
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Lauren Lovell is an indie author from England.
She suffers from a total lack of brain to mouth filter and is the friend you have to explain before you introduce her to anyone, and apologise for afterwards.
Lauren is a self-confessed shameless pervert, who may be suffering from slight peen envy.
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