#Review “Violence” by Lily White

Title: Violence

Series: Antihero Inferno #3

Author: Lily White

Genre: Romantic Suspense


Sarah’s Musings…

3.5 CROWNS

My love for this world and the characters is the reason this book got this rating.

I love the Inferno Boys. LOVE. THEM. I want them allllll to be mine.

Emily was a harder sell for me. I had pre-hate from the previous books.

What really made me rate this book lower than the other two was the lack of resolution on all fronts. Previously, the couple gets a resolution as the over-arching plot line continues, but this didn’t happen here. I am frustrated the resolution likely won’t come for many books. It just made the book seem pointless to me at this point in the series.

The writing also still continues to be repetitive in terms of words and phrasing. Maybe because I binged the books back to back, I noticed it more.

I would still highly recommend the series. The details revealed for the large plot and the next book have kept me intrigued.

ARC review


Synopsis:

Seventh Circle

Violence
Also Known As Ezra Cross

He’s one of a pair.
Identical twin to Damon.
And an enforcer for the Inferno if one is ever needed.

I knew better than to get involved with him.
With his aggression.
With the constant fights.
With the games the twins were known to play with every woman stupid enough to fall for them.

We made a mistake when we met again as adults.
I fell in love.
He fell in love.
His brother fell in love, too.

What used to be a good time is now a tragedy.

Our story is messy.
It’s cruel.
It’s forbidden.

Despite all that, Ezra refuses to let go.

*** Each novel in the series depicts a unique romance, but the plots through each book connect in one world. For the best experience, read the series in order.

Nine Dangerous Men. Nine Unrepentant Sinners. Nine Irresistible Manipulators.

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About the Author:

Lily White is a romance writer who likes to dabble on the taboo side of eroticism. She is most known for her Masters Series, Target This, Wishing Well, and Asylum. In addition to dark romance Lily writes contemporary romance, taboo romance, and psychological thrillers. Lily enjoys stretching her writing muscles by continuing to challenge herself with each book she publishes.


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