Book Review: Delicious

 


When I'm confronted in the woods by a man with a chainsaw and a gorgeous face, I should’ve known it would end poorly.

But when I end up in the killer’s house instead of chopped into little pieces, I don’t know what to think. Not when he promises me that he won’t hurt me, and especially when he tells me that I can’t leave.

Not unless he can trust me.

He can’t, of course. I’ll tell anyone that will listen that this monster cut up some man in the moonlight, even if he promises that it had been deserved.

He’s lying, because there’s no way anyone deserves what he did.

Earning his trust is an act, but when the lie starts to fail, I find that the man underneath the terrifying mask is something altogether different than I could ever expect. He’s charming, sweet, and his obsession with me is dangerous enough that I know I should run far and fast before either of us can act on it.

Can a monster like him ever love a girl he found in the woods, or am I destined to become Sunday dinner for a recovering cannibal and the family he swears to hate?


My Review

I really am a fan of this series. It combines the best of both worlds with "stalker" and "horror" dark romance. It was great to see the other guys form the prior books make appearances. I did not realize how much I missed them until seeing them again.

Jeb is a kindhearted killer. The kind that will have you falling for him. Plus, he handmakes his own food. So, a keeper for sure. Just ask Saylor as she thought so too. Once, she got over her fear, she realized that she could not be without Jeb.

The romance is a slow burn one, but I can guarantee you that it is worth the wait!

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