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Saturday, 10 December 2016

Review: Scarlet Angel

Scarlet Angel Scarlet Angel by S.T. Abby
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

And the plot thickens! This story just keeps getting better! If you haven't jumped on the Mindf*ck bandwagon yet, what are you waiting for?

This tangled web just keeps drawing me in. In book #3, we meet SSA Johnson. Someone who played a big part in what happened ten years ago. I can't tell you how much I loathe this man and his sheriff too. These two definitely need to meet the Scarlet Slayer, and I can't wait for that moment to happen.
I love the complete and utter mindf*ckery that turns Delaney Grove on it's head. I love that they have used the cult mindset to wreak havoc and send the entire town into a panic. And I can't wait to find out what a certain someone has to say... dun dun dun! No spoilers from me! Mwahahahaha!

Seriously though, S.T. Abby, if you're listening, I NEED the rest! If you could just get to your writing cave and get that happening that'd be great :)

Blurb
To kill a monster, you have to be twice as monstrous. To love a monster, you have to share your soul...

Logan Bennett makes me want to have a future not tainted by the constant hunger for revenge. Doesn't mean I can stop. Doesn't mean I want to stop. It just means I want more...one day.

But how do you make a good man love the monster inside you without stripping his soul away as well? He is all the best parts of me right now, resurrecting bits of my heart I forgot could even exist.

He makes me feel something other than cold.

He also thinks I'm weak and fragile. Something I laugh about to myself, while secretly soaking in all his protectiveness and concern.

If anyone touches him, harms him, or even threatens him, then they should probably run. Because his girlfriend is a little bit crazy. They just don't know it yet.

**BE WARNED: Some of the flashbacks in this one do get a lot more intense and detailed than the ones prior to this book. Anyone with sensitive triggers should skip the flashbacks.

**Graphic
**Sexual content
**Language

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