Book Review: Hans
How to make the handsome, brooding man across the street notice me.
Step one: Deliver baked goods to his front porch, even though he never answers his door and always returns the containers when I'm not home.
Step two: Slowly lose my mind as a whole year passes without ever running into him, no matter how hard I try.
Step three: Have my boudoir photos accidentally delivered to his mailbox instead of mine. Have him open the package. Then have him storm into my home for the most panty-melting scolding of my life.
Step four: Still figuring out step four.
I'm a dangerous man.
A man who has spent the last two decades removing so many souls from this earth that it's a miracle my hands aren't permanently stained red.
I'm a man who belongs in the shadows.
I certainly don't belong in my pretty little neighbor's bedroom when she's not home, touching her things and inhaling her scent.
I shouldn't follow her. Shouldn't watch her. Because no number of cookies on my doorstep will change the fact that love isn't an option for me.
The only option left for me is violence.
Let me start off by saying that Hans can watch me anytime. You could feel the electricity sparking between Cassie and Hans. You know what happens when a spark grows so big that it combusts. This is when the dial was cranked full blast. I could not get enough of Hans and Cassie.
Hans may not have said "I love you" to Cassie out loud for quite a while but he was in love with her. You know it is true love when he would eat Cassie's bad baked goods. I laughed every time that Hans stuffed his mouth with the food. Absolutely love these two together.
While I am sad to come to an end of this series, it is a very satisfying ending. S.J. delivers again all the spicy goodness with this book!