Sunday 11 December 2016

Taken by the Hitman

Taken by the Hitman

by Alexis Abbott, Alex Abbott

Book Review:  

Alexis Abbott has written a series of standalone Hitman novels. They are all similar but different enough to be worth reading. 

Rosie is the perfect damsel in distress. She comes from a broken home that is beyond repair. A poor upbringing is an understatement. On her birthday her dad uses her as leverage to clear his debts.

Konstantin is gifted Rosie to prove his loyalty. It's inhuman and given at gun point. Konstantin wants to set things right. He intends to set the innocent free and mend what is wrong with the scenario he finds himself in. He sees Rosie for what she is and can't help but falls for her.

This one reminds me of Robin Hood; take from the bad and give to the good.

*This book contains sexual themes which some readers may find offensive*

This book was gifted to be via the author in exchange for an honest review.

4.5 stars out of 5.

99p or free for Kindle Unlimited. 308 Pages.
Published December 4th, 2016.


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