Review: The Missing Link by J.M. Sevilla

January 01, 2017

The Missing Link by J.M. Sevilla
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Marked #1
Release: October 26, 2013
Length: 330 pages

There are three things Lily Evans immediately notices about her new neighbor, Jay Lincoln. The first is his monstrous size, the second is the malicious way he glares at her, and thirdly, but most importantly, the three scars that mark his right eye. She knows the smart thing to do is stay away, but she has never met or seen anyone like him. The more time she spends with this frightening yet captivating man, the harder it becomes. He can make her hairs stand on end but he also has a sweetness to him that tugs at her heart. Soon she finds herself merged into his world full of murder, revenge, and deceit.

Warning: This book contains violence, excessive language, and strong sexual content. It's intended to be read by mature audiences.

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My Review

Holy Crap!!

This book... man... it had my heart pounding in freaking excitement!!






(towards the end, Lily was quite BADASS!)

Heh heh. This book had it all!!

In all honesty, the book does start off pretty slow. We meet Lily, just out of an abusive 2 year relationship. Enter Jay, the hot, brutal, scary neighbour. These two took me on a fantastic voyage of danger, intrigue and awesomeness.

Jay was extremely reluctant to reveal anything of his past (or present beyond the superficial). Once his secrets were revealed, not only did I feel compassion for his story, but I understood why the author built the story this way. Like a master puppeteer (or the Pied Piper), she led me down the road with bits and pieces, like bait, ill-prepared for each WHAMMY of the plot. And I loved every minute of it!!

There was so much going on this book but it was all pretty cohesive and intensely titillating.

Can't wait to read Part II.


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