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Book Review: Kiss at Your Own Risk by Stephanie Rowe

, by Mystee



Book Description

 January 1, 2011
He needed a killer woman...
Blaine Underhill is one lucky man after having recently escaped a century and a half of imprisonment at the hands of an evil witch. Now he's determined to save his still-enslaved friend, but in order to do so, he'll need the help of one of the world's most lethal women.
She was drop dead gorgeous, literally...
Trinity Harpswell is sick and tired of being a Black Widow. Having managed to go three years without accidentally killing anyone she loves, she's one short week away from freeing herself from this killer curse forever.
When Blaine tracks her down and convinces her to help him, little does Trinity know that the next seven days are going to be murder!

Product Details

  • File Size: 599 KB
  • Print Length: 396 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 140224195X
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (January 4, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004DCB2TO

Rating: 4/5

Review: I'll be honest; at first I really thought I was going to hate this book. I mean, we're talking a guy that turns into a fireball falling in love with a female who is a black widow. I love the whole Vampire thing and sometimes the werewolf thing--but a fireball and a spider attribute?

Nonetheless, I gave the book a read, as I always do. You can never be certain if a book you put down has a change that takes it from not to your liking to something you love. I feel we owe every book that chance. So, I continued to read.
More and more of Trinity and Blaine's past come out as the book moves forward. While, I still think that the two main characters are a bit odd, the book turned out to be good. In the end, you find out about owning up to your past and realizing that sometimes you say things just to make someone else feel better--and the biggest thing, you can let go of your hatred to enjoy your future.
This one turned out to be a great read for me.









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