Review: Make Me by L.P. Lovell

January 04, 2017

Make Me by LP Lovell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Prequel - Kiss of Death #0.5
Release: November 14, 2016
Length: 84 pages

At thirteen years old I was sold, doomed to become a sex slave.

Nicholai Ivanov, boss of the Russian Bratva, gave me the ultimate gift. He saved me from a fate worse than death. He promised to make me strong, because only the strong survive, and the weak die, forgotten and inconsequential.

I now live in a world of blood and violence, where humanity itself is a weakness. My life is not a battle of bad and good, but bad and worse. This is kill or be killed, survival of the fittest.

Make me or break me?

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My Review

I knew, going into this, that my heart would hurt. I just wasn't sure how much.

Una was a survivor. No two ways about it. The author gave us a short but intense look into what makes this character tick. It helped to explain a lot with regards to Una's actions and reactions in Kill Me. As I'm eagerly waiting for book 2, all this book did was make me more ravenous for it.

Poor Una. By the end of this novella, Nikolai finally broke her. But thankfully, because of what we've already seen of her in Kill Me, we know that she's not 100% broken.

An ARC was generously provided in exchange for an honest review

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