Monday, November 6, 2017

Book Review: 'Give Me More' by Jenika Snow


Surprisingly good, decidedly dark, refreshingly romantic.
The Russian mafia and violence go hand in hand. However, this book is not just about violence. There’s plenty, even gratuitously graphic, but that’s not the only story here.
Sergei is part of the Bratva. Mafia is a mild word for him. Violence isn’t just a part of him, it’s his life.
But this is a love story like no other. The chemistry between Zoey and Sergei is off the charts.
The writer has the perfect balance between these two aspects of the story. Romance offset the violence and vice versa. That said, this book does not have the lovey dovey kind of romance. It’s a darker romance.
Short read but well worth the time. I had no choice but to pulled into this story. I was a willing prisoner to witness Zoey and Sergei’s story. I couldn’t put it down. I wanted to warn Zoey that this was likely a very bad mistake but I couldn’t, obviously, but at the same time, I had to see how the author played out their story. How could there be a happily ever after? It seemed impossible.
Something else I liked about this is that it has a little bit of a mystery/suspense aspect. It kept me one my toes. An easy recommend. A wonderful read.







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